Links for July 25, 2015

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  • Watch this pastor preach about the hypocrisy in church when it comes to their treatment of LGBT people. It’s a thing of beauty. Also, I love the guy in the background wearing the purple tie. He doesn’t know quite what to do once the pastor really gets going.
  • We know cats are basically a liquid. Well, apparently huskies aren’t entirely solid either.
  • A new study suggests too much TV can lead to Alzheimers. Wow, I’m screwed.
  • These marines are hoping to raise awareness about PTSD and suicide prevention by stripping down to little green silk shorts. Works for me.
  • You can now tell e-mails sent through Gmail to self-destruct after a certain amount of time has elapsed. I’m not sure how useful this is, but it is kinda cool.
  • Meet Jonathan, the oldest living land creature in the world. Probably.
  • President Obama made a birth certificate joke while on his trip in Kenya.
  • This man tries to dive into an above ground pool from a lawn chair and fails hilariously.
  • This Wyoming man was caught with cow 30 eyeballs in his ass. I take comfort in the fact that there’s a good chance this story is fake.


Links for July 24, 2015

Posted by David Green + July 24, 2015 + Links + Comments

  • Over at Fox News, Megyn Kelly wasted no time trying to connect last night’s shooting in Lafayette to ISIS and/or radical Islam.
  • This Pennsylvania man called 911 to his house. When paramedics arrived, they discovered all he needed was someone to fix his air conditioning. Hey, that is an emergency!
  • Here are 16 things people living with chronic pain want you to know.
  • Thanks to Kim Kardashian (ugh) it looks like Twitter is going to get an edit feature.
  • In an ironic twist, it looks like Bill Cosby got the Quaaludes he “allegedly” used to rape 482 women from a gynecologist.
  • Here’s a never-before-seen look inside the White House on September 11, 2001. Caption for the third photo down: “We’re going to make so much fucking money in Iraq!”
  • This guy in San Diego thought it would be a great idea to take a selfie with a rattlesnake. His poor judgement cost him $150,000.
  • A teen in Connecticut attached a semi-automatic handgun to a drone, and apparently that’s perfectly legal. Because America.
  • And finally, I give you Game of Meows.


Links for July 23, 2015

Posted by David Green + July 23, 2015 + Links + Comments

  • This is what it looks like when a bunch of half-naked guys in Spartan outfits go for a stroll through downtown Beijing. I know you were wondering.
  • This conservative Christian edited Harry Potter so her kids wouldn’t turn into witches — which is kinda like editing Lord of the Rings so your kids won’t turn into orcs.
  • Fans will get to decide the fate of Tara Reid’s character in Sharknado 4.
  • Kim Kardashian’s daughter has a personal trainer. Sigh, this child is two years old.
  • Did you know you can make beer from wasp yeast? I’m still trying to figure out how to turn Pixel and Typo‘s poop into wine.
  • Trump for President: The Board Game!
  • Speaking of the walking, talking, Yahoo comment, Donald Trump says he’d consider running as a third party candidate if the Republican party doesn’t get in line behind his crazy. YES! As a liberal I say YES! DO THAT!
  • Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar (noted “alleged” rape-enablers) believe God wants them to have their TV show so they can spread the His word about family values.
  • Here are five nearly identical Jesus myths that predate Jesus.
  • The military doesn’t want people standing in front of their recruitment centers with weapons. I can’t imagine why.


Links for July 22, 2015

Posted by David Green + July 22, 2015 + Links + Comments

  • Rupert Murdoch wants Fox News to back off on the Trump coverage. His network created this monster and now he doesn’t want to dance with the one he came with.
  • Watch this sousaphone player troll the hell out of a KKK march in South Carolina.
  • Dashcam video released yesterday of Sandra Bland’s arrest was obviously edited.
  • Here’s what people in 1967 thought living in the year 2001 would look like. You know, unlike most videos like this, they got it mostly right.
  • Mother Jones helpfully provides a Donald Trump insult generator. Apparently I’m “a totally overrated clown who speaks without knowing facts, is a total joke, a dummy who is lost! A wiseguy with no talent. Wow!” Sounds about right.
  • These ammosexuals have taken it upon themselves to defend military recruitment centers in the wake of the Chattanooga shooting.
  • Lily Rabe is officially on board to play a serial killer in the next season of American Horror Story. I could not be happier.
  • Watch as Rafael “Ted” Cruz thanks a couple of bigots for being bigots.
  • Not surprisingly, the last person defending Bill Cosby is his lawyer. Look, I’m not above it; for the right price, I’d defend Dick Cheney for murdering Betty White.
  • And finally, watch Senator Butch-Me-Up get medieval on some cell phones. I have to at least give him credit for having a sense of humor about the whole thing.


Links for July 21, 2015

Posted by David Green + July 21, 2015 + Links + Comments

  • Giggling couch tumor (I really wish I could take credit for that) Brian Kilmeade doesn’t understand why we’re not clearing sharks from the water before surfing competitions. Um, maybe because that’s not possible?
  • There is going to be a movie starring Emoji. Go home, Hollywood. You’re drunk.
  • Donald Trump (by way of The Onion) wants you to admit, you can’t wait to see how far this goes. Oh, yes. Oh yes, indeed.
  • Speaking of that human life support system for whatever’s happening on his head, Donald Trump essentially doxxed Lindsey Graham at a campaign rally after Graham called Trump a jackass. Don’t fight, boys. You’re both pretty petty.
  • Looks like it’s the beginning of the end for International Male and Undergear. Great. Now where am I supposed to get my mesh thongs?
  • John Kasich becomes the 693rd Republican to enter the race for president.
  • Pat Robertson still thinks gay marriage will lead to men having sex with animals. If you ask me, Pat Robertson thinks about bestiality an awful lot.
  • Mitch McConnell criticized Hillary Clinton by saying, “the gender card alone is not enough.” She responded by dealing him an actual gender card.
  • Here’s the 10-minute pitch presentation that convinced ABC to revive The Muppets. I admit, I’m really excited about this.
  • If you’ve ever wondered what it would look like if someone mashed up Gilligan’s Island with Breaking Bad (I know I have) here’s the answer.






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