Posts in category August

Exploit Disaster for Fun and Profit!

But wait! There's more!

August 31, 2011 So Hurricane Irene was not the apocalyptic disaster the press made it out to be. The earthquake a few weeks ago did damage, but it wasn’t anywhere close to Japan’s damage. Still, both disasters caused damage and lives were lost. As a nation, we should look to these affected areas and at […]

Earth First! Nuke Mars!

It's true. If we don't put Earth first, the Martians win.

August 30, 2011 People still believe the sun revolves around the Earth. And no, these aren’t some loony fringe group in some backwaters compound. This is an actual splinter group of the Catholic Church. They held a conference at the University Of Notre Dame. And if this story is to be believed, it is growing […]

The Declaration of Independence (Beck...

I would have written something funnier if I weren't so exhausted.

August 26, 2011 Beck finally held his much-lauded rally in Jerusalem. He had a few hundred people there, judging by the photos. He went into full televangelist mode. He said he’d be bringing his message to other continents and that anyone who chose to follow him in his quest might be killed by the liberal […]

Michelle Bachmann: Serial Killer

Yes, the eyes are Photoshopped. No, the base image is not fake. Yes, she really does look insane ALL THE TIME.

August 24, 2011 As Mary and I watched The Silence of the Lambs (again), something happened that made me sit up and take note. No, it wasn’t that Buffalo Bill is now apparently Captain of the San Francisco Homicide Division. Apparently, Michelle Bachmann is a serial killer or agrees with their actions. Now, hold on. […]

The Tax on Good Grades

Back in my day, we didn't tax the high GPA makers! That creates more students!

August 19, 2011 Well, it’s back to school again, and, as most of you know, those with the highest grades will be asked to give away some of those GPA points to students who didn’t try as hard so everyone can have a chance at a better education and job later on. Oh, that’s not […]

The United States of Randomology

There are rocky shores ahead for some very rich libertarians...

August 18, 2011 Ever get the feeling that life is just too stiming with all its rules, regulations, and silly things like social norms and boundaries? Hey, if you’re filthy rich and want to start over, why not pitch in and start your own country out at sea? That’s just what an intrepid group of […]

Felonious Use of Carnal Knowledge 2: ...

...and a lot of people apparently DO let the words hurt them.

August 17, 2011 It’s no secret that the words and language we use color our perceptions of the world. Having grown up in Mexico, my thoughts often start out in Spanish even though I speak more English than anything. That syntax and sound are the things I use to measure beauty in speech. I think, […]

Breaking the Nerd Hierarchy

Weekend warriors...

August 16, 2011 Welcome back, folks! I hope you like the new site design. If you haven’t read it yet, the first Weekly Muse short story, “Treats,” is up and I’m working on the second one for next week. Vote here or on Facebook, but you can only input more than one option on the […]

What I Learned from Moving (Again)

August 8, 2011 So I just barely got my internet hooked up and have a ton of boxes to open. Also, we need to find the fraking peanut butter or I will cut someone. In the meantime, let me enlighten you with a few things I discovered while moving. I still own Super Nintendo instruction […]

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