Tag Archives: comedy

How could I have missed this guy?

Ever heard of Uncle Jay? I hadn’t till I found myself there yesterday while following some new links. Behold . . . Uncle Jay, citizen.

There’s lots more. He doesn’t seem to have a channel, just click around.

Maher’s writers write signs

Maru takes-off on his own schedule thankyouverymuch

Maru, captured on the runway by Dependable Renegade, contemplating his next move.

Alec Baldwin? How much pain can Perry handle?

h/t Mac



Fry and Laurie say gay and the next thing you know . . .

The word gay used to be a lovely word . . . A LOVELY WORD.


“Texas was having a 100-year drought, so Rick Perry asked people to pray.  Now Texas is on fire – that
tells us a lot about the power of prayer.”

                                             –  Bill Maher, Tonight Show

Michelle Bachmann’s eyes

I think the Newsweek cover was over the top, but anything ‘Bachmann’ inspires comedy gold.

More photoshopped ‘Bachman’s eyes’ here.

Reggie does Obama

There were a few stories around last week about the Obama impersonator at an RNC event who was pulled off stage for apparently making racist jokes. I read a few of the jokes and didnt find them at all racist and now I know why the disconnect: the guy was actually pulled offstage when he started to talk about Michelle Bachmann.

Anyway, Bill Mahar had him on. He’s good. And he’s funny.

Colbert PAC dot com

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The motto? Making a better tomorrow, tomorrow. Here.

Thanks Ric. I needed that.

Over at The Grumpy Lion, Ric provides a laugh this morning; smart and really funny. You’ll have to go over there for all of it, but to whet your whistle:

Dear Noah,
We could have sworn you said the ark wasn’t leaving till 5.
Dear Icebergs,
Sorry to hear about the global warming. Karma’s a bitch.
The Titanic
Dear America,
You produced Miley Cyrus. Bieber is your punishment.
Dear Yahoo,
I’ve never heard anyone say, “I don’t know, let’s Yahoo! it…” just saying…

and there’s much much more.

The NFL is me. Who knew?

Bill Maher comments on the decline of baseball, and the vigorous insurgent success of football:

” . . . football is built on an economic model of fairness and opportunity, and baseball is built on a model where the rich almost always win and the poor usually have no chance. You have to be a rich [team] just to play. The Super Bowl is like Tila Tequila. Anyone can get in.   

Or to put it another way, football is more like the Democratic philosophy . . . That’s why the NFL runs itself in a way that would fit nicely on Glenn Beck’s chalkboard – they literally share the wealth, through salary caps and revenue sharing – TV is their biggest source of revenue, and they put all of it in a big commie pot and split it 32 ways. Because they don’t want anyone to fall too far behind. That’s why the team that wins the Super Bowl picks last in the next draft. Or what the Republicans would call “punishing success.”


It’s from one of his recent New Rules segments. (I don’t have HBO so I never get to see his show, but do manage bits of it online)

I’m still avoiding the hard stuff, so here: It’s a Daily Show reunion!

Skip the chit-chat and go straight to 1:35 into the video. This is from something called “Night of Too Many Stars”, a fundraiser for something that was held sometime somewhere. But who cares really when there’s an opportunity to see Stephen Colbert and Steve Carrell go all song-and-dance-men.

Only The Onion

This made me laugh out loud.  Reminded me of an old Bob and Ray radio routine – “and now it’s time for our special guest, The Man Who Looks Like Ralph Bellamy! Welcome Mr. Shockley!”

Why I love The Onion

Imagine this on CNN, hacked onto the network by such smart 14-year olds that even CNN’s top I.T. people couldn’t find a way to take it down. (h/t Andrew Sullivan) How sweet it would be.

(There’s a google ad first – about a 30 seconds.)