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I haven’t been posting a lot lately because I want to not turn this blog into a re-blog wonderland or a second youtube favorites playlist, but this one was too good:

“We spent weeks trying to figure out what you call this… if it’s taking pictures, it’s not a cell phone.”

Oh, Newt, I’m sad the effort to Santorum-ize your name never really took off.

I really hope Colbert addresses this tonight.

Categories: Politics or: the art of looking for trouble, things that amuse me Tags: newt gingrich, old people, politics, smart phone, technology

I’ve been meaning to write something worthwhile. Something so profound and though-provoking that your frontal lobes pulsate with the titillating joy and wit of knowledge. TITILLATE!

But instead you get these:


2. Bill O’Reilly Goes Apeshit, the dance remix

3. “In 2002 some 2.7 percent of adults between 50 and 59 admitted to illicit drug use at least once in the preceding year. By 2005 that number had increased significantly, to 4.4 percent… by one estimate, the number of adults aged 50 and older treated for drug abuse will rise from 1.7 million in 2000 and 2001 to 4.4 million in 2020.” From “This is your Mom on Drugs: Aging Doesn’t Stop Drug Use.”

Categories: things that amuse me Tags: babies, baby, bill o’reilly, drugs, hippies, man, manbabies, men, old people, photoshop