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Imagine The Nazi Party Holding Office In Bavaria! (or, Why The Democratic Party Must Change Its Name!)
By Mssr. Lee Fou Lest there be any doubt which political party was behind this horribly racist poster, view this: There is a website dedicated to parodying Pansies For Plato, which recently ran this post, from which I have excised … Continue reading
By Mick Dumdell First, I want to make it clear that I don’t mean my question in a sexual sense, like with a dominatrix or anything like that. Because usually you have to either wait until you get back home … Continue reading
By Ellie Mangle-Lero Oh Hai! My friend and colleague, the redoubtable and indefatigable Mick “Spin” Dumdell, beat me to the punch with his article on why the American Flag needs to go in the trashcan right along beside the Confederate … Continue reading
By Mick Dumdell Finally driving the Confederate Flag out of existence is good thing, but it is only a small step in the right direction. That flag only flew for about four years in 13 states. But think about this: … Continue reading
By Mick Dumdell Tara, the alleged hero cat, is being universally praised for driving off a dog who was playfully nipping at a little white boy. Here is a link to a story in case you are unaware: http://jonathanturley.org/2015/06/21/brave-cat-named-national-hero-dog-after-childs-rescue/ But … Continue reading
By Mick Dumdell It doesn’t happen very often, but this morning I was shaken out of an over-intellectualized stupor by a big, burly man at Starbucks. There I was, in line waiting to order my usual “tall skinny cinnamon dolce … Continue reading