The other night I sat down with the Wife to watch some TV shows online.
We have several that we regularly follow but have missed several episodes of.
I go to one of my favorite sites for streaming TV shows, Movies, and videos.
I went up to the search box and began typing without really paying attention.
Suddenly, my wife says, "Errrr....what EXACTLY are we watching?"
That's when I look up and notice my FAIL:
When Googling "Big Bang Episodes", pay attention to what you are typing when you start, because the letter "B" is right next to "N" on the keyboard.
That's right, I had typed in a search for "Nig Bang".
We laughed hysterically for a good 10 mins, to the point we both almost peed are pants.
No, not because we are racists, or because the idea of watching Racially-Insensative Black Porn is funny to us.
Is was more like....when you see someone trip and ALMOST fall into the wedding cake...something like that but different.
It was late, it was dark (no pun intended), and we were both very tired.
And the realization that we narrowly escaped seeing something shockingly different from what we were expecting to see, just struck us as funny.
So be careful what you are looking for.
Thursday, February 2, 2012
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Congress recently passed a law to force Political Action Committees to reveal the names, occupations, and addresses of their donors, supposedly under the guise of providing greater campaign transparency.
Stephen Colbert, the comedian and faux-Republican host of a TV show on Comedy Central, started his own SuperPAC called "Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow."
His SuperPAC, complying with the FEC mandate, recently released their list of donors.
The Donors List included such names as:
Sticky Fingers Band
Also, the paperwork turned into the FEC opened with the following attached letter:
Federal Elections Commission
999 E Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20463
Re: Supplemental Memo To Disclosure Report
Dear Sirs and Sirettes,
Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow (ABTT) would like it entered into the record that as of January 30th, 2012, the sum of our donations was $1,023,121.24.
Stephen Colbert, President of ABTT, has asked that I quote him as saying, “Yeah! How you like me now, F.E.C.? I’m rolling seven digits deep! I got 99 problems but a non-connected independent-expenditure only committee ain’t one!”
I would like it noted for the record that I advised Mr. Colbert against including that quote.
Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Inc.
I may not always agree with Stephen, but this was nicely done.