Hey! you appropriated my meme! Coffee and a kruller! Oh well…the more the merrier! Just don’t go getting too merry! 🙂
It was funny at the time. Now, I suppose, it’s illegal to laugh at it.
Not if conservatives, especially Jews or Christians, are the butt of the joke.
Please, Magnus, don’t tell me that you are now a hipster!
Yer such a square, Ruf! Not that I’m much better (and if you think that’s a link to Huey Lewis & The News, then yer a double-drag fool 🙂 ).
*puts on raincoat, grabs axe* Do you like Huey Lewis and the News, Eric?
Well, duh. Who doesn’t?
Ah yes, one of the once-in-a-blue-moon occasions when Funny Or Die was actually funny. (The only others I can think of are Jon Hamm’s Lex Luthor asking for a bailout, and Peter Weller commenting on the Robocop statue idea – yeah, that’s pretty much it.)
Man, oh man. If you are ever unsure as to where liberals get their delusions from, just spend about five minutes at the Washington Post site. I made the mistake of following a link there, against my better judgment, and it felt like being dragged into a Re-education Camp. Among today’s headlines there, and keep in mind these are not parodies:
-Your Manliness Could Be Hurting The Planet. (It’s about how men care less about global warming than women, because of our evil masculinity and logic.)
-Life Got Better For Pretty Much Everyone Under Obama. (It cherry-picks data from a ridiculous Gallup poll that asks a few groups whether they “feel” that their lives are better, but the article doesn’t offer a single bit of factual data to back the headline up.)
And of course the comments are full of smug Obamabots reveling in having had their liberal talking points enforced once again, and looking down their noses at anyone who disagrees with them. Yeesh.
They should ask an Iraqi how much better their life is after Barry took office.
This was very good. Thanks for sharing it. He mentions he was from a not unwealthy family, but I’m still amazed at throwing the jewelry and bonds in the trash.
Also, I imagine most young men and women are as confused and unsure as he was going through their bar or bat mitzvah, confirmation, or other religious, coming of age ceremonies. I remember thinking there was something wrong with me because I felt nothing when I received First Communion and again, when the oil was placed on my head during Confirmation.