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These two are destined to one day star in a movie called “Christians Bail.”
I dun heard that the they gonna stop makin Hummers, so I wrote this here ditty, that I might not get the punching fits.
Ode to my Hum-V
Soaring eagles cried today
Cause Hum-V is goin away.
I begged GM to help it stay,
but the Chinese welched, they must be gay.
South African post-modern, ironic, hard core rap sensation, Die Antwoord, has been taking the intrawebs by storm. Combining virtually every catchy internet-meme from ninjas to a Progeria-inflicted sidekicks, the oddly believable spoof band has captured the imaginations of comedy fans and serious rap fans alike…
Four days ago, Andrew Joseph Stack, an otherwise unremarkable software engineer in his 50s, committed an act of terrorism when he crashed a small plane into the Texas State IRS center in Austin. While many people are still processing this event and its potential ramifications, some media sources seek to bury this story and downplay its significance.
Hey kids. Wanted to give you the heads up that Klaus Pierre will be screening his movie Little Klaus, Big World on the west side of Los Angeles on Saturday, February 20th, at noon.
It’s a private showing, so I can’t announce the specific location, but I do happen to have a few invitations I can give out for those who contact me via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). Viva la Klaus!
Yet another example of the vastly advanced alien culture that resides in Japan. Here is an inkless, paperless, printer that can erase and re-write already printed pages. Upon discovering this marvel, my damaged mind wondered about the implications of such a device at Dunder-Mifflin. How will Michael Scott deal with his now completely archaic paper/printer company? How long can he last? (That’s what she said).