Archive for November, 2010
Sir Roger is grateful for the unending genius of Mr Fish
Posted: 27 November, 2010 in comedy/humour, Medicine, Religion, values.
Tags: africa, AIDS, Benedict, Catholic, catholicism, condoms, delusion, frangers, french letters, frenchies, health, humor, humour, lettres anglaise, male prostitutes, medical values, Medicine, Pope, Religion, religious values, Sex, superstition, thanksgiving, values, voodoo, woo woo
There’s really not much you can say except if she gets the republican nomination and wins the Presidency this is the person who will be running the world.
Posted: 26 November, 2010 in Australian Values.
Tags: allies, Beck, Glenn Beck, Korea, North Korea, Palin, politics, presidency, president, republican, republican party, Sarah Palin, South Korea, US allies, US Politics
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Posted: 26 November, 2010 in Blogging, Internet, Technology.
Tags: .info, .mobi, black friday, cheap domain names, cheap webhosting, cheapdomains, cyber-monday, domain names, firesale, hostgator, hostgator cyber monday, Internet, magazine themes, technology, webhosting, webhosting special, WordPress, wordpress themes
If you’ve got two minutes, I think you will really appreciate this “important message” from the Coyote.
Posted: 25 November, 2010 in comedy/humour, Media, Religion, Technology, Video.
Tags: cartoon, comedy, coyote, coyote catches roadrunner, family guy, humor, humour, l;ife choices, Life, purpose, road runner, roadrunner, toon, wile e. coyote
This sweet Christmas song by Tim Minchin is on a charity Christmas CD being sold in Myer. The vocal is by Kate Miller-Heidke. Bit of a fuss about it, apparently
Posted: 24 November, 2010 in audio, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Culture, fun, Life, Religion, values, Video.
Tags: Australian cultural values, Australian life, Australian lifestyle, Australian religion, Australian religious values, Australian Values, brothers, carol, christmas, commerce, commercialisation, cultural values, dad, humor, humour, I really like Christmas, Kate Miller-Heidke, Life, Miller-Heidke, Minchin, mum, Religion, religious values, sisters, Tim Minchin, values, White Wine in the Sun, xmas
With enormous respect to the genius who created the original, here is a joke for the sophisticated (i.e. the middle classes) and Sir Roger’s inelegant mash-ups
Posted: 23 November, 2010 in Australian Values, comedy/humour, Culture, Economics, fun, Iran, Sport, values.
Tags: 20-20, anarchy, arms, ashes, australia, Australian sporting values, Australian Values, cartoon, comedy, cricket, cultural stereotypes, Economics, Eire, financial crisis, global conflict, humor, humour, IMF, Iran, Ireland, Oz, politics, sporting values, tea, values, weapons
For Sir Roger this modern work cuts deep into his soul, as if the artist knew him and were mocking him. Or, no, it is the human condition, universal and eternal
If you missed it – millions haven’t, please try to keep up – this is probably the cleverest one-time-only play in American Football history
Posted: 21 November, 2010 in comedy/humour, fun, politics and government, Sport, US Politics, Video.
Tags: american football, best football play ever, Bush, college football, comedy, fool me once, football, fun, George Bush, gridiron, humor, humour, politics, Sport, Video, youtube
What really happened in the Qantas A380 engine explosion incident? Information is leaking out about the in-air incident Koala Airlines had with its A380.
Posted: 19 November, 2010 in Australian Values, aviation, Technology.
Tags: A380, Airbus, aviation, Crikey, incident, jet, jet engine, PPrune, Qantas, QANTAS A380 VH-, qantas a380 VH-OQA, Rolls Royce, Singapore
Mr Fish’s take on the true nature of representative democracy in the United States
Posted: 17 November, 2010 in comedy/humour, politics and government, US Politics, values.
Tags: american democracy, american politics, democracy, democratic values, government, political values, politics, values
Woman Goes Back to Work after 30 Years. Watch carefully. 4 seconds only.
Posted: 15 November, 2010 in comedy/humour, Computing, fun, Life, Video.
Tags: back to work, carriage return, comedy, computer, employment, humor, humour, office equipment, PC, reemployment, secretary, technology, typewriter, typing, unemployment, work
Majority Of Male Voters Would Have Elected Naked Woman; Global Warming Issue May Still Be A Problem; Oprah Invites Lucky Fans To Be Buried With Her In Tomb
Posted: 14 November, 2010 in Australian Values, comedy/humour, environment, Life, Media, politics and government, Science, Sex, US Politics, values, Video.
Tags: afterlife, american politics, buried alive, catastrophe, celebrity, climate change, comedy, Copenhagen, drought, Earth, ecological, ecology, environment, environmental values, famine, flood, future, global values, global warming, hieroglyphics, humor, humour, Live Earth, male preference, mankind, memorial, men, naked, naked woman, naked woman could win, Naked Woman Could Win: Onion News, nudity, Onion, Onion News, Onion News Network, Onion video, Oprah, planet, political issues, political values, politics, poll finds majority of male voters would have elected naked woman, pyramid, rising temperatures, Science, Sex, starvation, The Onion, Today Now, tomb, US Politics, values, Video, winfrey, woman
Carl Sagan’s birthday present was delivered with a big bang by the Large Hadron Collider this week. Meanwhile a US politician bases science policy on Genesis.
Posted: 10 November, 2010 in Australian Values, comedy/humour, environment, fun, History, movies, mystery, politics and government, Religion, Science, US Politics, values, Video.
Tags: american politics, american religious values, ark, Australian Values, bible, big bang, boson, Carl Sagan, church and state, climate change, comedy, cosmic, cosmos, decline and fall, flood, genesis, global warming, gluon, Higgs Boson, humor, humour, impressions, Large Hadron Collider, lead ion, LHC, Mass, Michael Caine, Noah, politics, quark, rainbow, Religion, religious values, Science, science values, scientific values, universe, US Politics, values
Can’t help drawing a parallel between Jon Stewart’s speech and Obama’s at the Democrat Convention when Al Gore was nominated for President.
Posted: 3 November, 2010 in comedy/humour, History, Life, Media, politics and government, Racism, Religion, The Daily Show, US Politics, values, Video.
Tags: America, american politics, American values, and/or fear, belief, comedy, comedy central, communism, Culture, Daily Show, government, humor, humour, Jon Stewart, Jon Stewart speech, Media, most trusted man, orator, oratory, politics, press, Racism, rally, Rally to Restore Sanity, Religion, society, speech, US, US Politics, USA, values, Video, Washington