Nathan (vovat) wrote,


  • 00:56 @kattmoff Doing a bad Bullwinkle impression at a hockey game, I would imagine. #
  • 02:12 Glenn Beck making fun of other people's conspiracy theories is like Jack Chick making fun of others' religions. Wait, he DOES do that. #
  • 02:48 Child-mauling bears, in cookie mold form #
  • 08:46 Why is some group that wants to march on Washington to whine that they have to pay taxes following me on Twitter? #
  • 08:48 The thing I particularly love about these Tea Party people is how ill-defined their goals are. #
  • 08:48 "The government spends too much money, and...uh, yeah!" #
  • 08:49 Then again, when I think "tea party," the Mad Hatter comes to mind. So maybe it's not supposed to make sense. #
  • 08:50 One of the Trending Topics is "Do Not Use Twitter." Does that count as a paradox? #
  • 08:51 @3x1minus1 I think it's a good thing that Steve Jobs has a liver. Otherwise, how would his body remove waste material properly? #
  • 14:23 Has Tempestt Bledsoe ever been in a performance of "The Tempest"? #
  • 15:52 The Friday the 13th and Texas Chainsaw Massacre remakes had the same director? That explains a lot. #
  • 15:53 And it looks like, prior to the TCM remake, all he'd directed had been music videos. #
  • 16:20 @amandapalmer Pizza. That's pretty easy to draw, isn't it? #
  • 16:39 As if I hadn't been thinking too much about "The Cowardly Lion of Oz" recently anyway, I just had "Mudgia" as a verification word. #
  • 16:39 Yes, the kingdom in the book was actually just called Mudge, but I could see "Mudgia" being an alternate name for it. #
  • 18:23 @DVDBoxSet Are there any pot pies, or just dessert pies? #
  • 18:26 @NowIsStrange just said I need to shelter myself a little more. Yeah, and Bill O'Reilly needs to be crankier. #
  • 18:55 In a democracy it's your vote that counts. In feudalism it's your count that votes. #
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