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  1.  (39.1)
    That's it, boys and girls. Pack it in. All you comics, comedians, humorists, what have you... it's done. Go back to school and learn a trade.

    Because the real world has officially made us redundant.

    Because THIS IS NOT A JOKE.

    The concept of MIKE FUCKING HUCKABEE reciting the Chuck Norris meme is hilarious as satire. But fo'real? It scares the shit out of me.

    I guess the only good to come of this is that it's officially made Chuck Norris jokes decidely not funny. Now if Mitt Romney can do an ad where pirates, zombies, and a navel-contemplating questionnaire endorse school prayer, my facebook account might stop being so useless.
  2.  (39.2)
    This reminds me-- The Engine had a board for US Politics. What was it called? "America Cocks-Up The World '08"?

    Are we gonna see one on here?
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      CommentAuthorMJSM
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     (39.3)
    That was equal parts fascinating and awkward.
    • CommentAuthortulpa
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     (39.4)
    I guess he's trying to appeal to the last 4 people who still religiously quote chuck norris facts? I'm surprised Chuck Norris didn't go on a tirade about how evolution is a lie and Jesus is the only one whose tears can cure cancer.
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    There's no chin under Jesus' beard. Only another cheek. For turning.
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      CommentAuthorturing
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     (39.6)
    Internet jokes just don't make the transition to meatspace without becoming incredibly awkward and stilted. And of course everyone's usually sick of them by the time it's tried.

    The only version of that meme that ever really made me laugh was the Bruce Schneier Facts.
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      CommentAuthorMark R
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     (39.7)
    I think I'm dumber now. Good Christ I can't believe that is for real.
  4.  (39.8)
    Howie:

    This reminds me-- The Engine had a board for US Politics. What was it called? "America Cocks-Up The World '08"?

    Are we gonna see one on here?



    We'll probably just run a thread in the Zoo, for now.
  5.  (39.9)
    If Howard Dean charges his lazor on national TV, I might just vote for him. Are you paying attention, Dean staff?
    • CommentAuthorhank
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007
     (39.10)
    We'll probably just run a thread in the Zoo, for now.


    Wise. Should place it next to the Man Eating Cows so as to contain the potential asshabadashery that will eventually occur...
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      CommentAuthorjigsawjones
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007 edited
     (39.11)
    To continue the fall towards the Apocalypse of Absurdism, I give you:



    80s puppet TV star ALF will be a regular commentator on the O'Reilly Factor.
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      CommentAuthorAlexis
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007
     (39.12)
    That's actually pretty funny, but from a political point of view it might not be too smart, conservatives aren't known for their senses of humor, and people might feel like he's not taking things seriously enough. Me personally, I'm just disappointed that Chuck Norris is giving his endorsement to a republican, though not that surprised. How much $$ to mave McGuiver endorse Hillary?
  6.  (39.13)
    Ignore the internet memes. Chuck Norris is a wanker.

    The Chuck Norris we all think we love is fiction.
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      CommentAuthorExploder
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
     (39.14)
    But I love the Chuck Norris who spent his early twenties randomly starting drunken brawls with his brother to prove his all over badassness to rooms full of drunks in plaid long-sleeved shirts. He's as real as it gets!
    • CommentAuthorAnonymous.
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
     (39.15)
    What's the bet Hillary Clinton will be the "victim" of a sex tape "leakage"?

    Actually, apologies for use of the word leakage there. Horrible image. Though thankfully a whole ocean away from becoming Maggie Thatcher.
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      CommentAuthorAriana
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2007
     (39.16)
    None whatsoever, Alex. No one wants Hill to be a victim. Absolutely NO one.
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    With Bill's track record I can see it happening. I wonder if it'd work, in the marketing, "I want to president, check out all the sex positions I know." kind of way. At the end she could turn around with a smile and say, "Be cool. Use protection."
    • CommentAuthorStreebo
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2007
     (39.18)
    Sadly, American comedy died with Bill Hicks. RIP.
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      CommentAuthorJay Kay
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2007
     (39.19)
    I say we find other crazy-ass celebrities to do this for other canidates.

    I propose Christopher Walken for Ron Paul, Samuel L. Jackson for Barack Obama, and Rupaul for Hilary Clinton.
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      CommentAuthorAdlai
    • CommentTimeDec 11th 2007
     (39.20)
    Oprah AND Samuel L Jackson? He'd be king of the world!