If you're looking for the funniest stuff, I suggest starting with the Steve, Don't Eat It Homage and then the travel category. You're on your own with the older posts that have yet to be categorized.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Slavery used to be a law, too.

We were just following orders.
-CBP agent
or
-Nazi guard

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Cover that asshole

I'm certainly no fan of our President. But what I really don't understand is the way the media covers him. Depending on the network, he's either the biggest asshole ever or the second coming.

I get why Fox covers him the way they do as they clearly care about nothing else except eyeballs/ads. Any AI trying to optimize either of those things would end up with something greatly resembling Fox News.

CNN (and to a lesser extent MSNBC) try harder to pass themselves off as "news". But they insist on covering every Trump tweet. Live coverage of almost anything he says (with the more recent exception of not covering his campaign rallies as much). Droning on and on about how this is not normal or that is not normal. If it's not normal, why do you insist on covering him as if he was normal?

If the President was a devout nudist (and, oh please do not take that as a suggestion) and the White House was a "no clothes" zone, would they cover anything live and in its full glory? Would they make their WH reporters go nude or would they hire nudists to be WH reporters? Would they pixelate and obfuscate? Covering Trump really isn't that different than covering a nudist. Figure out a way to get the news that fits with your channel's position on nudity (or outrageousness) and stop focusing on the nudity (or outrageousness) which stopped being news well over a year ago.

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Yu v. Lee

I think the first priority of discussion of denuclearization of North Korea should be this pronouncement:



dee-NOOK-lee-er-iz-ay-shun not dee-NOOK-yu-ler-iz-ay-shun

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

I have a post for women only

Facebook wants you to send them nude pics of yourself, ostensibly so it can prevent anyone else from uploading pics of you. This is a great idea.

I only wish I had thought of it when I was 12 years old.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

In trust we dog

IANAL (I wonder if Publix would put that on a cake?)

Yesterday SCOTUS decided 5-4 that employers can enforce clauses that bar class-action suits against them. I can't decide which is more ridiculous: the (conservative) headlines that this is great for worker freedom or the (liberal) headlines that this will inevitably lead to small scale wage theft by every employer in the nation. If you believe either of these, you should probably look up the word "delusional".

I have previously solved problems here with forms or something I vaguely remember but am too lazy to look up and link to. Here I will solve the (liberal) headline problem:
Instead of a class-action, all employees should assign their losses to a trust. The trust will then sue the employer. Just like with a class action, the damage award will be split 30% to the lawyers and $2.51 to each trust member.

You're welcome.

Little boys with blue balls

When it comes to holding on to Congress, it seems like the Republicans have their finger in the dyke...without her permission, of course.