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The BEASTies: The Artist

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Well it’s definitely refreshing to have gotten Hugo out of the way. I really hate how self-indulgent filmmakers can get when it comes to making movies about movies. It’s as if they’re trying to show us ignorant plebs how special they are in how they perceive their own work and how we’re all doing it wrong.

But that’s all behind us now. Next is a movie called The Artist, and it’s probably about a non-filmmaker artist. I’m sure the Academy is not so far up their own asses to nominate two movies about movies. If they did that, they might as well all just line up in front of a mirror and start fapping to themselves. Right?

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The BEASTies: Hugo

Jan

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So it’s that time of year when, in some kind of weird masochistic fit I’m not ready to explore with a professional psychologist just yet, we look over the movies all the experts agree are the best ones made over the past year. This year’s crop of picks looks especially bad and I’m dreading the decision to revisit this strange and inexplicable compulsion of mine already. So here we go.

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My Apostate Dog and Me

Sep

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How I Won The War On Terror For America By Adopting A Dog (You’re Welcome)

I don’t want to be one of those internet writers who write about their pets and do “Sundog” blog posts, but there’s a pretty weird story which needs to be told about how I got her. This is my new friend Darwin:

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John Edwards Admits To Fathering Most Of Asia

Jan

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BREAKING NEWS FROM THE ENDURING VISION

Recent controversy surrounding former Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards reached a new high on Tuesday, as Edwards admitted to having an affair while his wife struggled with cancer, starring in an explicit sex tape with his alleged mistress, and to being the father to at least 90% of the population of the entire Asian continent.

Analysis of the blood from several hundred random Chinese, Indian and Iranian citizens confirmed large quantities of Edwards’ DNA, implicating him as the father — bizarrely, even in cases where the individual tested was of equal age or older than Edwards himself.

Edwards initially denied the findings, asserting that the story — and by extension, Asia as a whole — was “false,” “completely untrue, ridiculous,” and “made up.” Ten minutes later, his publicist confirmed the findings in a press release.

“It was wrong for me ever to deny that Asians are my children, and hopefully one day, when they understand, they will forgive me,” read the statement. “Because when you’re this attractive, and your wife is all sickly looking from cancer, you just can’t help yourself.”

Scientists also used the collected genetic data to estimate that Edwards’ age, originally reported to be 56 years old, is probably closer to 1,600 years.

“In order to give rise to close to nearly one billion children, [Edwards] must have begun sexual activity in the late 5th century, sometime during his first marriage to a woman who had ovarian cancer,” said Dr. Eli Irving, a geneticist at Northwestern University. “It really is quite remarkable.”

After the news broke, Edwards was instantly condemned by several environmental groups for causing the overpopulation and overcrowding in much of Asia and the Middle East, where the dense concentration of Edwards’ children is threatening many natural resources.

“If John Edwards could have kept it in his pants, the world would probably still have many of its extinct species,” said Evelyn Milford, spokesperson for the World Wildlife Fund. “Including the dinosaurs.”

Allegations of infidelity and corruption have plagued Edwards since his days as a North Carolina senator, when he had sex with everyone he knew and used campaign money to buy whatever he wanted. However, some say even more shocking revelations have yet to come to light.

“Based on his striking good looks and ability to easily infatuate women,” said Dr. Irving, “it seems likely to me that he is actually a vampire.”

“Is it just a coincidence that the vampire in the Twilight series is named Edward?” the doctor asked, a twinkle — or possibly homosexuality — in his eye. “I think not.”

Edwards’ camp immediately decried the claim, calling it “absurd,” “stupid” and “completely without truthhood”. 45 seconds later, Edwards’ publicist confirmed the rumor.


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SHRED MAN TALKING

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gonzales-ashcroftA Chat Between Friends

By Allan Uthman

From “Face the Nation” (CBS News) – Sunday, July 24, 2005:

SCHIEFFER: Let me also shift to this whole Karl Rove controversy… according to Frank Rich in The New York Times this morning, on September 29th, 2003, when you were the White House counsel, the Justice Department notified you that it had opened an investigation into who outed Joe Wilson’s wife, but that you waited 12 hours to notify White House staffers that they had to preserve materials connected to that case. That, of course, would give people time to shred documents and do any number of things. Why didn’t you immediately notify the White House staff that this Justice Department investigation was about to commence?

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