“It’s one small nibble for man, one giant bite for mankind”
One of the developers pointed out that creating meat was the easy part. The hard part was creating a Russian word for “meat.” It has never really come up before. Apparently the new word translates back into English as “animal cabbage.”
I’m assuming that just about 100% have eaten some corn, or potatoes, or onions, or a carrot or a yam. But it doesn’t matter what my guess is because the same survey states that 91% have eaten corn, meaning that the number who have never eaten a vegetable could be no higher than 9%!
Assuming that the survey was conducted by a pro-veggie group, it seems pretty safe to assume that a vegan diet does not improve one’s math skills.
Here, he notes that gas prices are high, and suggests that California shouldn’t insist on fuel-efficient cars!
Always thinking outside the box! Needless to say, if cars were less fuel-efficient, Californians would use more gas, therefore spending even more of their budgets on fuel.
And with this kicker – as they use more gas, an increase in demand is more likely to make prices increase, not decline, so Californians would not only use more gas, but would probably also pay more per gallon!
Gee, I can’t understand why he went bankrupt so many times.
Gasoline Prices in the State of California are MUCH HIGHER than anywhere else in the Nation ($2.50 vs. $4.50). I guess those very expensive and unsafe cars that they are mandating just aren’t doing the trick! Don’t worry California, relief is on the way. The State doesn’t get it!
“After I watched the president slowly and methodically squeeze the life out of my wife’s body as she gasped, futilely, for breath, he gave me his personal assurance that he was not responsible for her death, so I continue to stand by this administration.”
Man, we should put living people on U.S. stamps. I’d like to see a handsome/ugly Americans series. One stamp would include The Hoff and Martin Van Buren. The one above was part of a series on great “humoristes Canadiens,” which also included Jim Carrey, Catherine O’Hara, Mike Myers, and some Canadian dude who actually chose to stay in Canada, thus avoiding human audiences, choosing instead to entertain polar bears with his wacky hijinks.
My dad’s favorite dumb stamp was this one, featuring the two greatest figures in modern music:
Slate’s analysis of the tape. Slate’s key points: (1) it can’t be real, but (2) somebody worked very hard and spent a lot of money trying to make it look real, then just let it languish in obscurity. (It has been around since January, with almost no attention drawn to it.)
You have to love the fact that even Devin Nunes, The Donald’s faithful lap dog, now refers to him as “Trump,” not “President Trump.” Of course, he may have meant Ivanka or Melania, in which case, I approve of that committee.
(Oh, sure, you probably think of Hillary as some sort of sexless granny who spends her days lost in the woods. The truth is that she is a twisted sexual dynamo with an unquenchable thirst for Republican jizz.)
(UPDATE: Nunes seems to be referring to this story.)
Stay tuned as we cover this story, still in progress
Trump to a UN luncheon: "The United Nations is an institution with more potential than virtually any other institution I can think of. It’s called the potential of war, which is bad, and peace, which is great. And I think we’ve been doing a great job on the peace aspect of it.”