A great video from Bill Maher.
Has anyone actually seen these phony $10 bills? note that if these fake $10 bills are close enough to fool anyone for a second, they’re probably illegal. They must legally be not only one-sided, as these are, but must also be either smaller than 75% or greater than 150% of the size of actual money.
I’d love it if these are close enough to get the shitheads that made them arrested for counterfeiting.
Of course, some people never get past this phase. Others probably think that of me. But, I’m the kind of asshole who doesn’t give a shit about those assholes.
This is the ninth installment in my FAX Humor series. Since this one is safe for work, I’ll skip the “more” tag that requires clicking to see the image.
Click to enlarge.
From the description on Amazon, this sounds as plausible as most mainstream religion and more plausible than some newer ones like Mormonism and Scientology. I probably won’t read this, but do find the description funny. Perhaps if I end up with a bit of extra time on my hands and need a good laugh, I’ll give it a try.
This is another in my FAX Humor series.
As we deal with yet another annoying presidential race, it’s probably useful to remember that it has been many years since we really had candidates or even candidate we actually liked. Most of the time, we’re voting for a lesser evil. I don’t know how we can ever break that cycle. But, here’s one very much not safe for work view of the 1988 presidential race.
Back before dirt, fire, and the wheel were invented and definitely before the ARPANET became the internet and made emailing humor possible and easy, we sent humor from office to office by fax. Seriously. No, I mean it. And then, when we received a fax containing some nice bit of humor, we’d photocopy it and distribute it within the office. No. I’m not kidding. We really did.
This is the first in my FAX Humor series.
Anyway, my first job was at a defense contractor. We were most definitely NOT PC. We did not worry about whether some image was “safe for work” or “not safe for work”. We passed these things around, pinned them to our walls, etc.
I was recently surprised. I had what I thought were two original thoughts about Noah’s Ark. I googled both and found that I was far from the first to think of either, of course. But, there is a sub-thought to my second thought that does appear to be somewhat original.
I love the somewhat misanthropic tone of this as well as the obvious corrections on these misconceptions.
2 things I’d add:
1. Lemmings often over breed in good years only to be followed by very successful predator breeding as they feast on the lemmings, making it appear that the lemmings died en masse and possibly creating the myth about them.
2. Dodos did not die because of their behavior but rather because of ours. We humans killed them all.
Well, some of these can easily be interpreted as statistics about lies.
Click for larger image.
Courtesy of xkcd.
I’ll just let this one stand on its own … until I start getting the inevitable wacko comments.
Here’s a humorous time travelers’ forum.
To be different, I intend to go back to about 70-80,000 years ago. The population of humans was then just 2-5,000 people. I intend to hunt them down and kill them, thus eliminating the source of a great percentage of the suffering in the world. See you later … or not.
[ed. note: Link fixed, 2/10/2013]
Here are a few unrelated jokes about presidents and/or the presidency. None are new, unless you haven’t heard them before, which is all that matters. At least one shows it’s age in the punch line.