Godwin’s Law: is an Internet adage asserting that “As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1“ that is, if an online discussion (regardless of topic or scope) goes on long enough, sooner or later someone will compare someone or something to Hitler or Nazism. Despite being described as universal regarding the subject of the discussion, the Godwin’s law is more likely to be applicable to social topics (including politics, law, religion, etc.).
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There’s a whole Tumblr page devoted to creating motivational posters of Werner Herzog quotes. You pretty much can’t read these without hearing his grandiose voice in your head.
Werner Herzog: A Poet of Our Times?
So, this is pretty funny:
last night i “fed” the lonely sexbots to each other just to see if it would ever reach a logical conclusion: pic.twitter.com/afY8pKGJ0H
— Brandon Boyer (@brandonnn) January 22, 2014
This has been republished from Diesel Sweeties under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License.
Diesel Sweeties is a pixelated webcomic by Richard Stevens 3 that has been continuously updated since April 2000. Sometimes the people kiss the robots. Be warned.
The Dropkick Murphys recently told WI Governor Scott Walker that he couldn’t use their music. Although they don’t see eye-to-eye, Ron Placone felt sorry for him so he wrote him a new song to use. This is a segment from the Indie Bohemians Morning Show. A morning show, for people who hate morning shows.
via The Atlantic:
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In the ruins of Pompeii, among crumbling walls charred, centuries ago, by the heat of Vesuvius, archaeologists found the remnants of ancient graffiti. Here are some of the age-old etches that beckon us, lyrically, from past:
“Restituta, take off your tunic, please, and show us your hairy privates.”
“Apollinaris, the doctor of the emperor Titus, defecated well here.”
“I screwed the barmaid.”
One suspects the messages might have read a tad differently in the original Latin—rare is the graffiti artist who prefaces his commentary with “please”—but you get the idea: The scatological, the stuff of defecation and hairy privates, has an extremely long, if not an extremely proud, history. It’s turds all the way down, basically, and that’s especially true when it comes to humor. Approximately 65 percent of Shakespeare’s poetry features phallic puns.
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(Reuters) – A Silicon Valley homeowner unwittingly welcomed a fugitive into his home and shared a meal with the wanted man as California law enforcement officers canvassed the neighborhood in a manhunt, police said on Tuesday.
Police in Palo Alto launched the search after receiving an emergency call on Monday about a possible fraudulent bank transaction linked to a man wanted in Oklahoma for a sex crime with a minor, the city’s police department said.
Officers tried to nab 35-year-old Dominique Tabb of San Francisco at the bank, but he hopped a fence and ran into a residential neighborhood where officers began a yard-to-yard search, Palo Alto Detective Sergeant Brian Philip said.
A homeowner in his 60s saw Tabb in his yard with some minor scrapes, and Tabb told him that assailants had beaten him up and that he was trying to escape, police said.
via a Disinfo Tip.
This cartoon was republished with permission. “On How to Upset a Billionaire” originally appeared on The Guardian.
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