Archive for May, 2010
Fresh Onion! Armageddon vs Global Warming cataclysm. Also, why not teach the Science of Prayer beside the science of Medicine in the Science Classroom?
Posted: 27 May, 2010 in comedy/humour, Education, environment, Life, Medicine, Religion, Science, US Politics, Video.
Tags: Armageddon, bullshit, church and state, climate change, comnedy, creationism, death, Education, education politics, end of the world, environment, eschatology, global warming, health, heaven, hell, humor, humour, intelligent design, judgment, Medicine, Onion, Onion News, Onion News Network, ONN, politics, prayer, Religion, religious values, Science, scientific values, Video
Do you like a really nice art photo? Lots more like this
xkcd on dyslexic humour.
Posted: 26 May, 2010 in Blogging, comedy/humour, Education, fun, Language, Life, Religion.
Tags: brain, comedy, dog, dyslexia, God, humor, humour, learning, learning difficulty, militant atheism, neurology, Religion, religious values, xkcd
These are excerpts from a 15-page comic, an impressive, clear explanation of the Immunization-Causes-Autism fraud perpetrated by greedy liars on gullible people
Posted: 23 May, 2010 in Life, Media, Medicine, Science, US Politics, values.
Tags: autism, comic, epidemic, fraud, health, immunization, immunization fraud, Jenny McCarthy, Jim Carrey, measles, medical fraud, Medicine, mumps, rubella, Science, scientific fraud, stupid human tricks, Wakefield
New Google Phone Service Whispers Targeted Ads Directly Into Users’ Ears
Holy Moly! Just the thing we’ll need for our next triumphalist venture into total war?
Posted: 21 May, 2010 in Art, audio, Australian Values, Culture, fun, Media, music, values, Video.
Tags: ABC, ABC News Theme, ABC TV, Art, audio, Australian cultural values, Australian culture, australian media values, Australian Values, dance music, drum and bass, drums and bass, Media, music, News Theme, Pendulum, remix
Posted: 21 May, 2010 in comedy/humour, Computing, Culture, Internet, values.
Tags: bad people, computer document, computer software, computers, Computing, facebook, format, fraud, friends, infrastructure, Internet, internet infrastructure, microsoft word, social, social culture, social media, social values
Sir Roger loves art books and Borders has some for just $10 if you click on this little image and print the coupon
Posted: 20 May, 2010 in Australian Values.
Tags: A secret history of Australian art, Art, Australian cultural values, Australian culture, Cato Design, ceramics, City spaces, Craft, Cubism, cultural values, Culture, Directory of Australian Art, discount, discount books, Elwyn Lynn, Eroticism, Ken Done, Korean art, Lauren Berkowitz, Les Blakebrough, Montparnasse, painting, Sculpture, Studio, Tall Buildings, Transformations in Australian Art, Yilpinji
Framing, accommodationism or clarity? Richard Dawkins. [tags]religion, Dawkins, Richard Dawkins, Adelaide Writers Festival, religious values, Australian religion, Australian religious values[/tags]
Do you feel the warmth of our “relationship”, dear reader? [tags]blogging, internet, communication, community, technology, social, social media, media, culture, web, interweb, intertubes, computing, values, Australian Values, Values Australia, comedy, humor, humour[/tags]
David Cameron Exposed – How Cameron Cloned Blair
Posted: 15 May, 2010 in comedy/humour, politics and government, Video.
Tags: Blair, British politics, cameron, change, comedy, David Cameron, government, humor, humour, politicians, politics, Tony Blair, UK politics, Video
Amazing 2.5 yr-old shows how to play with iPad. Climate Denial Crock of the Week. We are Neanderthals! Yes! Prime Minister. Borders special on fiction.
Posted: 14 May, 2010 in Australian Values, comedy/humour, Computing, environment, History, Internet, Literature, politics and government, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: Apple, apps, books, Borders, Britain, climate change, climate denial, comedy, Computing, cromagnon man, data, DNA, environment, genome, government, History, home sapiens, humor, humour, Internet, iPad, Jim Hacker, Literature, Media, Neandertal, Neanderthal, Pharyngula, politics, press, prodigy, PZ Myers, Science, Sex, Sir Humphrey, technology, Video, Yes Minister, Yes Prime Minister
Apparently, “reasonable” British subjects would find the public use of the word, “wanker” not merely offensive but “alarming, harassing or distressful”. Truly.
Posted: 12 May, 2010 in Art, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, History, Media, politics and government, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: alarm, authority, Britain, British police, British politics, class, David Cameron, democracy, distress, free speech, freedom of opinion, freedom of speech, government, harassment, offence, offense, onanist, plod, police, police brutality, political system, political values, rule, ruling class, system, tosser, wanker, wanker in public
Sir Roger is relieved that there appears to be at least one person – Noam Chomsky – who just might understand Sir Roger’s chronic inability to relax. And why.
Posted: 11 May, 2010 in Australian Politics, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Culture, fun, Language, Life, Literature, Media, politics and government, values.
Tags: anarchism, comedy, Culture, fun, humor, humour, Language, life lifestyle, lifestyle values, linguistics, Literature, Media, Noam Chomsky, Noam Chomsky's Day off, Onion, politics, relaxation, semantics, semiotics, socialism liberalism, The Onion, values