Monthly Archives: February 2008

Cyanide & Happiness strikes again

I mentioned this webcomic once or twice before, always noting that it’s sick and twisted and usually hilarious. But today’s smack at one of the election’s hot button topic is truly…well, look: Cyanide & Happiness @ Explosm.net

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Blasphemy has never been so funny.

The thing about Israelis is, they we are equal opportunity offenders. Christians? No problem: If Mary had been a modern Israeli woman (5 MB WMV download) Chasidic and other ultra-orthodox Jews? We got you covered: I’m sure there’s plenty of … Continue reading

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What do we want? CHANGE! When do we want it? NOW!

Who’s gonna make it happen? EVERYBODY! … well, at least I know that when I go to Washington I’ll be able to get some change.

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Elective inspiration

Yeah, it’s specific to one candidate, but the message is so universal, and so beautifully produced, that it’s well worth sharing: a song, based on Barack Obama’s speech after the New Hampshire primary, produced by the Black Eyes Peas’ will.i.am. … Continue reading

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