Showing posts with label unintentional hilarity. Show all posts
Showing posts with label unintentional hilarity. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

I may never wear slacks again -- although, truthfully, I find this ad's wanton misogyny far more funny than disturbing. (There might even be a science fiction story in it.)

Dacron has a lot to answer for.

(Sighted at Boing Boing.)

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

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Sunday, March 23, 2008

Since I don't typically get a lot of Sunday traffic, I have relatively few qualms about linking to this ridiculous post. Make of it what you will. I suspect this is an attempt to "provoke" me. Or something. Whatever the case, it's good for a pensive chuckle.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Reptilians shapeshifting live on camera (allegedly)

This video claims to show Hillary Clinton's hand shapeshifting into a Reptilian claw. The scene is looped repeatedly while the shot zooms in on her hand, as ominous music is played, which seems to be the norm in all of these videos. The hand does get blurry when the camera gets out of focus, but other than that, I don’t see any Reptilian flesh. What do you think?

(Via Technoccult.)

Aside from being the most boring YouTube video I've seen in a long while, there's absolutely nothing remarkable about it. Not that I really expected to see Hillary morph into a lizard, but still.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

She's "Li'l J" -- and she means business!

I found this at Boing Boing today. The first time I watched it I found it appallingly sad. The second time I found myself giggling. Now I want to make it my cellphone ringtone.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Drat! The fiendish squad at Boing Boing has beaten me to this psychedelic video of Raquel Welch in faux-astronaut attire! But I'm willing to settle for leftovers.

Saturday, January 05, 2008

My condolences to cryptozoologist Loren Coleman (Cryptomundo), the latest in a long list of serious authors and researchers who've attracted the scorn of a certain windbag in Prague. (Here's the post that started it.)

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Video of Col. Kal Korff Sending Off "Secret Wars" Trilogy to Publisher Coming Next Week announced today that starting as early as next week, they will begin posting on the Internet the videotaped footage of their President and CEO, Colonel Kal Korff, sending off his new trilogy book series on terrorism, Secret Wars: Defending Against Terrorist Plots, to his publisher in New York, Prometheus Books. Korff was filmed recently at a media event sending the book off to be published, and took a few moments to briefly answered questions.

Korff is a Colonel in the Israeli-founded Special Secret Services and is an expert in Counter-Terrorism. At roughly 1,200 pages, Korff's book is already being lauded as one of the most definitive works yet written on the subject of terrorism.

It is due for release next year by Prometheus Books and is also a weapon in the war against terrorism.

Korff's book is the result of a 5.5 year classified project.


Yeah, I know I once declared this blog a Korff-free zone, but who could resist this? I want to see that "media event" video, damnit -- and I'm not being sarcastic. I mean, that's historic footage. The world needs to see it.

I'm sure Kal would agree.

Update: True to form, Korff has deleted the post quoted above. Never happened, folks.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

It just keeps getting better, folks . . .

Monday, August 27, 2007

I watched this approximately three minutes ago. I'm still wincing.

(Thanks: Boing Boing.)

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Wish for rain to wash away Homer

Pagans have pledged to perform "rain magic" to wash away a cartoon character painted next to their famous fertility symbol - the Cerne Abbas giant.

A doughnut-brandishing Homer Simpson was painted next to the giant on the hill above Cerne Abbas, Dorset, to promote the new Simpsons film.

Many believe the ancient chalk outline of the naked, sexually aroused giant to be a symbol of ancient spirituality.

"Rain magic" is no match for the all-powerful donut.


I just noticed that Boing Boing beat me to this. Not exactly a surprise given their seeming omniscience, but damn.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Remember Kal Korff? He's been plugging away at his blog and the result is nothing short of hilarious. His grandiose claims have become so unapologetically silly that I don't think even Korff buys his schtick anymore -- but I could be wrong. See for yourself.

(For background on "Colonel" Korff, refer to

Friday, June 08, 2007

Bear robot rescues wounded troops

The Battlefield Extraction Assist Robot (BEAR) can scoop up even the heaviest of casualties and transport them over long distances over rough terrain.

New Scientist magazine reports that the "friendly appearance" of the robot is designed to put the wounded at ease.

(Via Beyond the Beyond.)

Let me make sure I understand this. You're a US Marine. A suicide bomber self-detonates and the next thing you know you're lying face-down in a pool of blood somewhere in Iraq. Perhaps your intestines are oozing out. You'd scream, but half your face has been melted by the blast. Suddenly, a chimeric metal beast with the head of a teddy bear emerges from the smoke and billowing sand.

And then you manage a pained smile -- because you know that everything's going to be just fine.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Epilepsy fears over 2012 footage

A segment of animated footage promoting the 2012 Olympics has been removed from the organisers' website after fears it could trigger epileptic seizures.

(Via The Anomalist.)

I swear I didn't make this up.
Support Your Local Reptoid

The concept of reptilian beings on Earth is a surprisingly widespread conspiracy theory, in which the US government and major public companies are complicit in a vast worldwide network of underground bases housing a large population of humanoid reptilian creatures called Reptoids. They speak English and are involved in every major government and corporate decision. They are variously said to either disguise themselves or actually shape-shift into humans, where they have public lives in positions of national importance. Some say the Reptoids are of extraterrestrial origin, and some say they are native to Earth, having developed intelligence before the primates, and have been secretly running things all along.

(Via PAG E-News.)

The real danger with the "reptoid" mythos is that critically impaired people refuse to acknowledge that humans are more than capable of orchestrating atrocities. Never underestimate human short-sightedness and greed.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Missing Bees, Cell Phones and Fulfillment of Bible Prophecy

Bees have been disappearing at an alarming rate. Learn how these missing bees relate to the use of cell phones, and the fulfillment of Bible prophecy.

That's right -- fuckwits have finally discovered colony collapse disorder.
Militant 'Mickey Mouse' pulled off air

Hamas militants have suspended a TV program that featured a Mickey Mouse lookalike urging Palestinian children to fight Israel and work for global Islamic domination, the Palestinian information minister said Wednesday.

Information Minister Mustafa Barghouti said the character -- a giant black-and-white rodent with a high-pitched voice -- represented a "mistaken approach" to the Palestinian struggle against Israeli occupation.

Oh, the things you find on the Yahoo! newscrawl . . .

Monday, April 02, 2007

Mac Tonnies is Latest UFO Researcher to be Added to "Secret Wars" Reality-based TV Series

CriticalThinkers announced today that longtime UFO researcher Mac Tonnies has been added to the list of people to be featured in the new reality-based TV show, Secret Wars. Stay tuned for further details . . .

Cool! I'm a "longtime UFO researcher" . . . and didn't even know!

Sunday, April 01, 2007

A Czech supermodel I've never heard of has taken a special interest in me. Don't believe me? Dig it:

Czech Supermodel and Journalist Martina Tycova Sends Open Letters to Rob McConnell of The X Zone Radio Show Challenging Kal Korff's "Kritics"

Martina Tycova, a world recognized Czech and international supermodel, is now in the process of sending several letters to Rob McConnell of The "X" Zone Radio Show concerning Paul Kimball, David Biedny, Mac Tonnes [sic], Royce Myers III, and Kevin Randle asking them how they now intend to handle the issue of printing and announcing their formal retractions before their consequences increase still further. Ms. Tycova is working on a series of books exposing their various claims, as well as a biography detailing her years working on assignments with Kal Korff and involving the Israeli-founded Special Secret Services.

Miss Tycova's information will be certified by Rob McConnell of The "X" Zone Radio Show as a neutral third party before the public during live broadcasts of Mr. McConnell's show. Afterwards, each letter will then be sent to each respective party for an official response in order to document for the global public their reactions, if any.

This is, of course, a typical "press release" from Kal Korff, a much-disliked would-be UFO researcher whose latest gimmick is blogging on a site called "" I don't know how I got dragged into this delusional mess, but I'm betting Korff noticed I was pals with his nemesis Paul Kimball and decided I was overdue for a scathing lesson in international relations.

Can it possibly get any kookier? You betcha!

Saturday, March 31, 2007

"You may smile at this, but hopefully you'll never forget it."

Yeah, I realize poking fun at Creationists is neither productive nor edifying. But sometimes it's pretty damned hard to resist.

(Hat tip: Boing Boing.)