Saturday , October 1 2022

Tag Archives: Humor and Satire

Needed Katrina Humor, Perspectives

I haven’t looked forward to a television show as much as I looked forward to Jon Stewart’s take on Katrina, which ran last night. And wow, it was perfect. Show excerpts, courtesy of the Daily Kos “Now, for you people who are saying “Well, stop pointing fingers at the president…left-wing…the …

Read More »

Own Your Very Own Napoleon-Era Fort

If you ever wanted to own your own island, now is the time. For a relative bargain at £150,000 or around $275,000, you can own Stack Rock Fort, which is situated off the coast of Milford Haven. It has it’s own cannons! We’ve all had fantasies and playfights on our …

Read More »

Nerds Make Better Lovers! Yes!

Apparently, nerds make better lovers. Here. This article doesn’t say that nerds are better in bed, it just says that nerds attract women who want to settle down. “A nerd is an excellent provider and a guy who puts you first,” says E. Jean Carroll, Elle magazine’s love and sex …

Read More »

Date Night – Eighteen Years Later

My husband and I had date night last night. As I was getting ready to go out, I started thinking about the differences between going out on a date, and having a date night. It was the late eighties when we started dating. I was nineteen and he was twenty. …

Read More »

This Past WonderCon 2005 And Elisha Cuthbert

I didn’t need to see House of Wax (2005) this weekend in order to see Elisha Cuthbert. I got to see her in person this past February at a comic book convention called WonderCon. In it, you’ll find your stereotypical nerd with glasses the size of car windshields, and if …

Read More »

Joni, Ani, Tori Form Supergroupi

New York, NY, April 1 2005 Tired of being slavishly imitated by legions of marginally talented singer-songwriters, music legends Joni Mitchell, Ani DiFranco and Tori Amos announced at a press conference today that they are forming a supergroup called The I’s Have It. “Yeah, we’ll be making some music,” DiFranco …

Read More »

The Self-Destruction Handbook

This little book cleverly satirizes America's obsessions with sex, health and various vices. Filled with bizarro-world table turning, plain absurdity, and acute observations of familiar social phenomena that no one likes to talk about, it would make a great gift for anyone who can take a joke.

Read More »