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Agathe Snow’s ‘Total Attitude Workshop Video’ records a troupe of models cheerfully proclaiming their five-point plan to improve their lives. Snow’s parody of celebrity self-help videos includes the advice to be transported back in time to Jesus’ birth and to Nazi Germany. She seemingly celebrates both feminist history and America’s cultural and historical ignorance.
“A long time ago in a cookies and milky way galaxy far, far away…Princess Parfaita was taken prisoner by the evil Galactic Empire and had to be saved by a group of unlikely heroes including the young Luke Piewalker, Flan Solo, and Chewie the Cookie.”
There are some delightful stories on here such as:
And… my favorite:
This is what a real RFID chip commercial should look like. Oh, and don’t forget to ask your doctor how you can get one implanted today!
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Introducing the new iPhone nSa, the best surveillance device to date. It aims to put your freedom… in the crosshairs.
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 in the areas impacted by the disasters.
A strange story is bouncing round the internets at present.
An Iranian news agency has apologised after being fooled by a spoof story from a US satirical website.
Fars news agency said on its website that its news item “was extracted” from the Onion website on Friday, but was taken down in less than two hours.
The Onion’s story claimed that rural Americans preferred Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Barack Obama.
Fars’ editor-in-chief said he still believed that US politicians were deeply unpopular with their public.
… Read the rest
The Iranian version copied the original word-for-word, even including a made-up quote from a fictional West Virginia resident who says he’d rather go to a baseball game with Ahmadinejad because “he takes national defense seriously, and he’d never let some gay protesters tell him how to run his country like Obama does.”
Homosexual acts are punishable by death in Iran, and Ahmadinejad famously said during a 2007 appearance at Columbia University that “in Iran we don’t have homosexuals like in your country.”
The Iranian version of the article leaves out only The Onion’s description of Ahmadinejad as “a man who has repeatedly denied the Holocaust and has had numerous political prisoners executed.”
Onion editor Will Tracy put out a tongue-in-cheek statement that referred to Fars as “a subsidiary of The Onion” that has acted as the paper’s Middle Eastern bureau since it was founded in the mid-1980s by Onion publisher T.