With apologies to Doc Schplatt, Kit and all the other Threedonians of the Millennial persuasion, it’s about time their generation got its own theme song, and thankfully this guy (who has some wicked cool acapella skills BTW) has graciously provided:
Okay, so it’s overgeneralizing, but it’s catchy and amusing, and that’s what really matters, […]
A psychological thriller game about Arthur Hastings, a man living in a 1960s-style Utopia where everyone is happy, until one day he chooses not to take his government-mandated “Joy” pills and discovers he is actually living in a nightmarish dystopia, and goes on the run. This looks like a delightfully twisted mix of “Bioshock” […]
Upo hearing about the shooting on the UCLA campus, actress Debra Messing decided the appropriate response was to tweet the above selfie, of herself watching it on TV and looking really concerned, in order to “bring awareness to gun violence”. Of course, UCLA is already a gun-free zone in a gun-controlled city run by […]
Some of you may remember that a couple years ago I posted a list of conservative foreign movies, which was later consumed in the Great Threedonian Apocalypse. In the meantime, I’ve added some more entries and decided to repost this as an expanded list of 22. The first half of which is as follows, and […]
Gaia knows we’re all undoubtedly enjoying this wonderful environmentalist holiday (founded by a man who murdered his girlfriend and turned her into compost), so I thought I’d celebrate by sharing this little gem from a long-ago, more politically incorrect age known as the ’90s.
Man I miss In Living Color, and I miss […]
So, after building an entire campaign around complaining that other people should pay more in taxes, escaped mental patient presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has finally coughed up his tax returns, and – get ready to display your shocked face – it turns out he’s not paying his fair share. Or even anywhere close to […]
#FeelTheBern? I imagine a lot of Venezuelans are Feeling the Bern in certain unmentionable places now that they’ve run out of toilet paper.
As always with Tumblr, it’s hard to tell satire from reality, but given what I know about Millennial SJWs, I’d say there’s a 95% chance this is legit.
If this is how these little snowflakes are approaching their career prospects, no wonder they need free money from Bernie.
Oh, and if you don’t […]
Likes.com has an interesting list of cities that have changed over time. Of particular note is the comparison of the Seoul River in South Korea.
Here it is in 1961, post-communism:
And here is the same river in 2011, 50 years later, after several decades of capitalism:
This is what capitalism, regulation, […]