Look for him everywhere! (“Don’t worry, it’s for freedom!”)
Yesterday marked the beginning of the ancient Roman holiday of Saturnalia. Via Suvudu. Today marks the beginning of Saturnalia, an ancient Roman holiday dedicated to the pagan god Saturn. Ever heard of…
Sadly, a parody. Wouldn’t mind if it was true… Via The Onion: WASHINGTON—In a 45-minute video posted on Tibetan websites Thursday, Tsuglag Rinpoche, leader of the Buddhist extremist group Kammaṭṭhāna, threatened to…
From the New Yorker: …Explaining his proposal to a visibly alarmed Crowley, Senator Cruz said, “Obamacare is like a parasite that needs a host to feed on. If you want to kill…
A little twisted humor to start your day.
Some satire from The Shorts Show.
If you don’t wanna piss off God remember that.
It’s not an environmental disaster, it’s an opportunity! The sad thing about this is that it’s not too far from the bullshit that the oil companies put out after every catastrophe, even…
Apparently a few phrases here and there get through, most of them profanities. You’re welcome, world.
It’s like R.L. Stine and Alex Jones had a baby.
From Modern Mythology: German physicists Jörg P. Rachen and Ute G. Gahlings have recently discovered evidence of a Universal Conspiracy and have just published their results in a brilliant exposé published in…
That would be Bill Maher, Donald Trump and Trump’s father (or not). Unfortunately, the Donald doesn’t find the joke funny, reports Reuters: A comedian, a millionaire and an orangutan. It may sound like…
Yes, of course I know it’s fake. Amusing enough, though. YOU GOT JUCHE SERVED!
Reddit user NoamCosby has an autistic brother who enjoys writing scripts for fake commercials. Afterwards, much to his delight, Noam and his buddies film them. Here’s one of those commercials for “D&D Doings”. In my opinion, it’s a masterpiece of absurdist humor and charming example of the bond between the brothers.
“This party isn’t exactly the Hermetic Brotherhood of Luxor.”
Post-election humor from Paul Craig Roberts (Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration):
Unless I am being spoofed, several hundred readers wrote me in as their selection for President. I am honored. Some asked if I were elected by write-ins and not instantly assassinated, who would I appoint?
An easy question to answer.
Nomi Prins would be Secretary of the Treasury, and Pam Martens would be Deputy Secretary of the Treasury.
Lew Rockwell would be the chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Michael Hudson would be chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors.
Harvey Silverglate would be Attorney General.
Glenn Greenwald would be Deputy Attorney General.
Dean Booth and Larry Stratton would be White House legal counsels.
Willie Nelson would be Secretary of Agriculture…
Something, something, Illuminati, reptile beasts, Tupac, masturbation.
Mitt is a Mormon Mensch…
Disinformation author Daniele Bolelli (50 Things You’re Not Supposed To Know: Religion) drops some knowledge with Duncan Trussell. Audio from the Duncan Trussell Family Hour Podcast. Animated by Paul Klawiter.
[disinfo ed.’s note: we hear ya, DeepCough…]
Boy, y’know, Disinfo has been in a bit of slump lately, what with the recycling of posts and the videos of the lame journailistic trolling of WAC, I decided to submit this video to give Disinfo the swift kick in the fucking nuts that it needs, goddammit.
Juice Rap News: Episode 14 – Waiting for the Godot Particle. This civilisation’s grand quest for ultimate meaning has taken a giant leap towards its epic conclusion.
In the latest prequel to humanity’s journey to inner-space, scientists at the CERN laboratory announce that they have unlocked one of the key strands in the origin of Life, The Universe and Everything: 42 years on from its coining, the Higgs Boson particle has possibly been detected at the Large Hadron Collider. So what does it all mean? How does it feel to meet our Massters? Is this the font of all wisdom? Does it anti-matter that…
Last weekend I visited the web site for Marketplace Morning Report, a business program on American Public Radio, often broadcast by local NPR stations during Morning Edition. But Saturday, I noticed one…