by dday, Thu Sep 14, 2006 at 08:17:19 AM EDT
OK, since Tuesday I've been feverishly working on a YouTube special event. Originally Arken
suggested to me last Sunday that we do a "Mystery Science Theater 3000" treatment to Disney's hackumentary "The Path To 9-11." After a couple days of technical difficulties, we finally did it using nothing more than a Macbookpro for video, sound and editing.
I can now officially present to you, with a budget of $15 for beer (approximately $39.999985 million less than the actual movie), Part 1 of a 2-part series.
link (I don't want to embed, as it is kinda copyrighted material)
by GarnetDonkey, Wed Aug 23, 2006 at 08:31:20 PM EDT
Many people were stunned by Joe Lieberman's loss in the Connecticut Democratic primary, and by his subsequent run as an independent. However, as this newspaper article that my "sources" dug up from Lieberman's high school newspaper proves, the Joementum has always moved to the beat of a different drum. History has a way of repeating itself, even when you're a US Senator. Don't believe me? Check out the article below:
Stamford High School Press
May 20, 1960
Rejected at Prom, President Lieberman Vows to Form Own Party
Stamford, Connecticut -- Joseph Lieberman, President of the senior class here at Stamford High, has pledged to create his own party. Lieberman's vow comes a day after the deadline to buy tickets for prom came and went, and Lieberman found himself dateless. Said Lieberman in his post-rejection statement, "For the sake of our class, our school and my pride, I cannot and will not let that result stand." Lieberman vowed to create his own party on the same night as the prom which reflects "real Stamford High values."
by goldkey, Thu Aug 10, 2006 at 07:43:21 AM EDT
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert are always great. I love their satirical look at our political system.
by gobacktotexas, Sat Jul 29, 2006 at 09:42:00 PM EDT
This is the first photo release from the Malibu PD, and via Mel Gibson's blog!
by Chris Bowers, Tue May 23, 2006 at 08:32:18 AM EDT
In the comments, complete this sentence
:President Bush "goes to Pennsylvania tomorrow to campaign for embattled Republican House members in the Philadelphia suburbs," but Rep. Curt Weldon (R) says Bush "is __(insane comment)__" and explains that he won't be on hand and hasn't asked for the president's help.
I'm going to go with "a robot sent from the future to kill me." Submit your entry in the comment. I'll put up a poll later to vote on the best entries, and the winner gets $20 from me via paypal.