Dan and I saw this yesterday on TV and it cracked us up. It’s wrong on so many levels, but funny as hell! Enjoy!
Here is a scary parallel of McCain and Bush’s acceptance speeches 8 years apart. McCain says he is a Maverick, and different that Bush. When you see these two speeches side by side, you can’t help but realize that McCain is truly McSame. This clip has other great problems with the McSame campain.
Man, I wish the pair were really running for president, I would be on their bandwagon in an instant! Here is a great video from the Daily Show. I still laugh every time I hear Rove’s total flip flop! I just hope that my runner up of the Obama/Biden ticket can be victorious. McPalin scares me to no end!
Yup, Paris is burning, and I think McCain might need some ointment at this point. I never thought I would be able to respect Ms. Hilton, but she has proved me wrong with her response to McCain using her in his latest commercial! I am sure she didn’t write it, but still this is one of the funniest things I have seen in a long time!
Nothing like font humor to liven up the day! Enjoy this hysterical video!
If you are in Denver, and want to go out for a good laugh for a good cause, then May 12th is the day for you!! The Monkey’s of Monkey’s Uncle are throwing a benefit show for my good friend, and their director Howard. As you may know, he was recently diagnosed with Lymphoma.
All admission from Monday’s show will be going directly to Howard to help him pay his cancer bills. If you can’t make it, but would still like to help out, he has a direct donation button, where you can make a donation to him. All the male cast members will be having their heads shaved live at the show to show their solidarity for Howard. It promises to be a totally crass and humorous look at cancer.
The show will be Monday, May 12th at 7:30pm. It is at Jazz @ Jacks, located on the third floor of the Denver Pavilions next to the United Artist Theater. Cover is $10 (all proceeds going to Howard’s Cancer Fund) and there is a two item minimum. Hope to see some of you there! But if you can’t make it, please do consider donating to his fund!
You will find the donate button in my sidebar to the right.
Friday night ended up being a major comedy of errors evening, which is funny, because that was the play showing at the Castle Rock High School, and I saw the sign on our way down to Colorado Springs.
A few months ago, my friend Leslie decided that for our montly game night we needed to go to this place down in Colorado Springs. It is a gymnastics place that has a floor made up of nothing but trampolines, foam pits, bungies and such, a great place for kids to go and jump around. Well once a night, according to this article from the Rocky Mountain News:
“It’s tempting to think it’s just about the kids, and birthday parties are indeed very popular here. But Parent’s night out is the tough ticket to get, the once-a-month free-for-all where adults release their tensions and inner children by going crazy on the gym’s 29 trampolines, bungee jumps and in the foam pits”
We got there and there were all these kids, and were wondering what was up. We got to the counter, and the lady asked if we had already let our kids out on the floor. We explained it was just us, and she got a horrified look on her face. She took our 20 bucks and told us we could check out upstairs and then go out on the floor if we really wanted to. Well, apparently, it was more of a parents night where you dropped your kids off so that you could go have a night to yourself. So we went upstairs where we were greated by this woman leaving this room with all these todlers. She freaked out that we were up there and explained she was only taking the kids to the bathroom. She must have thought we were child molesters or something. So we went back to the main floor, but there were no other adults out there, and we felt it would be a bit creepy, she explained the whole deal to us. So we decided it was not a good idea, and got a refund and decided we would go bowling.
We got in the car, and Leslie realized she needed socks to go bowling, so we stopped at K-Mart and then headed on to the bowling alley. I kid you not, this place looked straight out of Roadhouse… So, I mentioned seeing this bit entertainment complex when we entered the Springs. We decided to try going there instead, and we got there, and there was some special event going on, and all these high school kids had been bussed in, and so again, after walking around the place for a bit felt very uncomfortable.
So off to the diner in Monument we dicided. We had eaten there once before and enjoyed it. We got there and it had closed 5 minutes prior at 9pm, on a Friday night! Well, we gave up at that point, headed back to Denver and ended up at IHOP for a really late dinner.
I am feeling this is all Karma because, Bossy, who is taking a road trip across the country made her stop into Denver that night, and since my plans had been made months in advance I told her I would not be able to meet her that night. Well, in hindsight, I guess I should have cancelled! But Howard got to spend time with her, and said they had a lot of fun chatting! I promise Bossy, if I ever have this opportunity again, I will ditch whatever plans I have that night!
Found this little gem over at Out in Hollywood.