Sunday Morning Funnies: Osama Bin Dyin’

W.S. Gilbert (of Gilbert & Sullivan fame) once opined, “There’s humor in all things.” Not the least of which is the demise of Osama Bin Laden. But as funny as some of the pros have been on the subject, the Great Unwashed is not without comedic skill. Witness the comments over on Google Maps, for […]

Saturday Evening Post: St. Pat’s Edition

Been a long time since we’ve done one of these. Today, in Dallas, we are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with the annual Lower Greenville Ave. St. Patrick’s Day parade. Now, of course, the Irish have a long and storied history with guns. So I thought it might be appropriate to pass along a couple of […]

The Homeboy Shoppin’ Network.

Anybody remember the Wayans Brothers and In Living Color? In particular, one of their standout routines was the “Homeboy Shopping Network,” where two small-time hoods sold stuff off the back of a truck. Hillarious. The product above would have fit in well with their enterprise.

Sunday Morning Funnies: (De)Motivational Posters

Like motivational posters? Personally, I can’t stand ’em. They are to philosophical discourse what cotton candy is to the food pyramid. Having said that, I’m a huge fan of satire, and nothing says “what a stupid load of crap motivational posters are” better than satirical versions of same. Below, you’ll find an assortment of posters […]

Sunday Morning Funnies: The Professionals

Ah, the wonders of AlGore’s InterWeb thingy. No, I’m not talking about Mr. Global Warming’s failed attempt at creating a television network “for the rest of us.” No, I’m referring to the fact that the web has allowed just about anybody with a camera, a laptop, a broadband connection and a dream to write/direct/produce their […]

How Long Has Hollywood Hated Guns?

I’m a huge fan of the late, great Don Knotts. And Andy Griffith, for that matter. I have no idea about their personal political leanings (although I hear that Opie is a Leftie). And I don’t have any idea or indication that Desilu Productions, the producers, directors, stars or anybody else associated with The Andy Griffith Show was anti-gun. But the point I am trying to make here, is that if you want to hurt something, one of the most effective ways to do it is to make fun of it.