Well gentle readers, I’ve been able to find enough goodies for another edition of Sunday Funnies. So put down the refreshing beverage–lest it fly out your nose and obscure the monitor–and enjoy these bits (bites? bytes?) of wit and wisdom. First, thank goodness we have saints like Barack Obama to affirm reality:
This is my favorite this week. This Weather Channel Reporter did a dramatic bit, where he swayed back and forth in the terrible hurricane winds as he risked his life reporting. As he did, two guys in shorts strolled past in the background. They were apparently Superman and his previously unknown twin, as they weren’t affected at all as the valiant reporter fought to remain on his feet. The Weather channel claimed he was on wet grass and the two supermen were on concrete, but it was clear–take the link–the news weasel was purposely shifting his weight back and forth, and why couldn’t he have walked a few feet onto the concrete? Normal Americans don’t trust the media? Why that might be just blows me away (heh)…
And speaking of working well…
Thanks goodness some women are willing to put it all on the line to keep abusive men from positions of power…
What was that aphorism about doing the same things over and over and expecting different results?
Thank goodness we have John Kerry protecting America in the battle with the number one world sponsor of terrorism…ooops…
And thank goodness Colin Kaepernick and Nike are fighing for the rights of women and people of color, and…ooops…
I knew it!
We all know Hurricane Florence was Trump’s fault–the media said so–and I’m sure every past hurricane was too. Here’s a bit of science to back it up:
Day by Day takes us into the glorious socialist future, courtesy of the media:
Thanks goodness congressional Democrats are working hard to protect us from incivility:
Well this explains a lot…
To paraphrase Albert Einstein, genius has its limits, stupidity doesn’t:
Why doesn’t the media ever think this far?
Hey, I remember Obama and his lackeys saying this stuff:
I’m sure he believes it was well deserved.
It was science all along! And to think all this time I’ve thought it was just because I’m a guy. If I stare longer or more often, will I live even longer? Does staring at big breasts count more than little breasts?
Have a great week, gentle readers, and I’ll see you on Monday for my weekly education article. Take your blood pressure meds before this one, though.