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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.
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 enormous typo in their transcript of Thursday’s interview.
Hobson: All right, what about the federal highway funding bill — this is the transportation bill. It’s been debated back and forth but still no agreement on it, and I guess the fucking could come to a halt at the end of the month if they don’t come up with a solution? Dimsdale: That’s right.
There’s a link to it (and a screenshot) on this page – along with a funny commentary about what this could mean…
Christina Pazsitzky | The DisinfoCast with Matt Staggs: Episode 12Christina Pazsitzky is a successful stand-up comic, co-host (along with her husband, comedian Tom Segura) of the popular Your Mom's House podcast, and has been seen on numerous television programs, including Last Comic Standing, Chelsea Lately, and The Smoking Gun Presents: Worlds Dumbest. In this episode of The DisinfoCast, Christina joins host Matt Staggs for a spirited conversation about comedy, vampires, goth music, family dysfunction, and the inherent problems of using terms like "girl comic."
Invitations have been arriving in mailboxes around Washington for an event that might raise eyebrows even in this invite-overloaded town. Below an image of the flag of Zimbabwe, the script on the thick-stock paper reads: “President Robert Mugabe and the Ministry of Education, Sport, Art, and Culture invite you to the Premiere of The Dictator.” That’s the new Sacha Baron Cohen movie in which the funnyman portrays a despot who rules over the fictional African nation of Wadiya. The name alone probably raised a red flag for savvy recipients, who recalled Cohen’s previous antics: He attempted to seduce Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.) in the movie “Bruno,” and fed cheese to former Rep. Bob Barr — and later informed the Georgia Republican it was made from breast milk — in “Borat”...