In which President Obama proves he’s perfectly capable of doing Stephen Colbert’s job.
Jon Stewart is obviously trying to find a way to discuss the Eric Garner case, and the tension between his usual humorous approach and the deadly seriousness of this issue makes for compelling viewing.
Who says Republicans and Democrats can’t work together to pass important legislation?
This isn’t the best BLR video I’ve seen, but it has some hilarious moments. It’s really just something fun for a post-turkey day thread, as I wrestle with the complex, obtuse Facebook API, trying to automate posting to the LGF Page (not our user wall - we’re already auto-posting to that).
I have it working now, but I am irked at the fact that Facebook sets an expiration time of 60 days on access tokens for Facebook Pages. There appears to be no way around this, so it looks like I’ll have to figure out some method of auto-renewing the token when it expires.
This Stephen Colbert bit hilariously illustrates the essential douchebagginess of libertarians, as he discovers a gang of delusional “patriots” fighting back against the tyranny of parking meters in Keene, New Hampshire.
If the republic is to survive, it will be no thanks to these asshats.
It’s time for Stephen Colbert’s new educational series, “Professor Not-A-Scientist!”
There’s a lot of wacky inadvertently comedic stuff going on in local races this year, and here’s John Oliver mining that rich motherlode of material for an extended bit from last night’s Last Week Tonight.
It’s in the “Humor” category, but what’s going on in the nearly incomprehensible “Gamergate” controversy really isn’t terribly funny.
Saturday Night Live is so rarely funny these days, it’s a bit of a shock when they actually have skits that make me laugh — but these parodies of Matthew McConaughey’s advertisements for Lincoln cars, featuring Jim Carrey, are just hysterical.
If you haven’t seen the original ad for some reason, here it is.