Why I Want To Go To St. Maarten

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Since when do politicians ...

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... have to know what they are voting for ...



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Offensive? You be the judge.

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NBC was happy to take money from the makers of Doritos to show us an ad during the Super Bowl in which a man takes a bite out of a Dorito and a woman's clothes fly off of her body.

Crunch and the clothes disappear.

They also took money for a GoDaddy.com ad in which a woman with huge, fake breasts rips her sweater open to show us what she paid for.

GoDaddy ad.

But NBC apparently felt that the following ad was too offensive for television.



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I know ... bad hacker! bad!

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... but I still laughed my @** off when I saw this!

You gotta love Austin!



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Is the honeymoon over?

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From Politico.com:

Now that he’s in office, Obama’s approval ratings are starting to normalize, as partisan back-and-forth picks up.

Just a week ago [prior to his inauguration], Gallup found an astonishing 83 percent approval of how he has handled his transition, showing he had even won over most Republicans.

The Gallup Poll on Saturday released the first job-approval rating for President Obama, based on interviews during his first three full days in office: 68 percent.

The new job-approval figure puts him at the upper end of opening poll numbers for presidents, but doesn’t set a record.


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Evidence that the NAACP ...

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... has outlived any usefulness it ever had ...



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I totally get this.

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In fact, I'm thinking Dan and I should fly to Vegas and renew our vows ... at the In-n-Out Burger on Tropicana.

Couple weds in fast-food style ... in Taco Bell.
Customers continue to order tacos and burritos as vows are exchanged.


Taco Bell Wedding

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I had company for lunch today.

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Deer hanging out by the kitchen window.

Deer hanging out by the kitchen window.



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Laugh of the Day

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From the L.A.Times:

Porn mogul Larry Flynt sues nephews over use of family name

By Victoria Kim and Andrew Blankstein
January 7, 2009

Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt has been called a lot of things over the years. But he insists that the Flynt name still stands for quality when it comes to adult entertainment.

So this week, he filed suit against two nephews who are using the family name for their own line of adult films. Flynt said he is going to court to protect his good name, saying that he is concerned that Jimmy Flynt II and Dustin Flynt might tarnish the Flynt franchise by producing lower-quality porn that the lawsuit calls "inferior products" and "knock-off goods."

"To come into the adult entertainment business and use my name not only confuses people who buy my products, but if they're not maintaining a certain quality, it could also hurt my name," Larry Flynt told The Times on Tuesday.

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If I hadn't seen this ad ...

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... with my own eyes I'd swear it had to be a joke. It isn't bad enough that we are bombarded by rap music ringtones everywhere we go. Soon we will be assaulted by PERFUME emanating from laptop computers, too!

Perfumed laptop
Perfumed laptop



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