Humor





THE OFFICES of Aldrich + Rover are spacious and lightly furnished. A small reception vestibule, home to two Barcelona chairs and accompanying Granada footstools, leads into the work area. There are drafting…





For any disinfonauts who grew up in the ’80s, the Kickstarter-funded movie Kung Fury is going to take you back in the most hilarious way. Block out the next 30 minutes and…








  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….







A dog in Spain has given birth to green puppies (see photo below). Did the bitch mate with an alien dog from Mars, or is there a more sensible explanation? More details…


Ban Questions We were SO inspired by Beyonce and Condoleezza Rice’s campaign to ban the word bossy, we decided to come up with a ban of our own; on questions! Join us…



SaturnaliaA celebration dear to the hearts of the Disinformation team at this time of year is Saturnalia, one of the most popular Roman festivals. It was marked by tomfoolery and reversal of social roles, in which slaves and masters ostensibly switched places, with expectantly humorous results. Saturnalia was introduced around 217 BC to raise citizen morale after a crushing military defeat. Originally celebrated for a day, on December 17th, its popularity saw it grow until it became a week-long extravaganza, ending on the 23rd.

Our favorite exposition of Saturnalia has long been the Electric Sheep comic strip, no longer easily available on the web, but we dug in the crates and are pleased to bring it to you. We did find it here and in a video created from the original website posted to Funny or Die: