December 31, 2005

See ya next year! [chortle, guffaw]

My resolutions:

  1. Eat more.
  2. Leave the house less.

Wish me luck!

Posted by Jim Treacher at 11:56 AM

December 28, 2005

We have a winner

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Adjust your mindset accordingly.

Posted by Jim Treacher at 11:03 AM

December 26, 2005

Re: The UMass Dartmouth student who claimed Homeland Security questioned him about checking out Mao's Little Red Book from the library...

...and all the people who should have known better than to report it as fact:






"Fake but accurate" is kind of played out, so let's pick a new term, shall we?
Truish
Phactual
Shamstantiated
Incontrovertibullshit
Differently authentic


  

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P.S. Check out more of my BS.

Posted by Jim Treacher at 04:11 PM

Quick note to Galleycat

See, the idea there was that in order to review a book, presumably one would be required to read it. And that, in this case, my personal preference would be otherwise. Sorry for the confusion, and thanks for your question.

Posted by Jim Treacher at 12:39 PM

December 23, 2005

Bells, bobtails, etc.

Since I don't blog anymore, my audience has now dwindled to lonely foreigners Googling for pictures of Nikki Cox. So, I'd like to wish you gibberish-speaking masturbators a Merry Christmas. Or whatever miserable holiday you savages celebrate. MAKING SPIRITS BRIGHT!!!

Posted by Jim Treacher at 03:45 PM

December 21, 2005

Proposed sequels to Brokeback Mountain

Butt Butte
Queer Creek
Faggot Valley
Ass Canyon
Rectum River
Dicksuck Isthmus
Alternative Lifestyle Gulch
Bitch Cassidy & The Bundance Kid
Untitled Matt Damon Project

Posted by Jim Treacher at 03:36 PM

December 16, 2005

Hello. How are you? I am fine, thank you.

So Cracked Magazine is coming back. Sure, be skeptical, but it's got Neal Pollack and Jay Pinkerton on board, so that's a good start.

Howard Stern, I guess he's doing something this week.

Political blogs. Wow! They mostly suck!

At first I was baffled that anybody's life would be so empty and meaningless that they'd wait in line all night to buy an Xbox and then smash it in the parking lot just for the hell of it, but then I saw that they live in Toronto.

Have you seen King Kong yet? I keep meaning to but I can't seem to feel my legs.

Posted by Jim Treacher at 12:22 AM

December 06, 2005

Mark your calendar

I posted something over at Blowing Smoke.

Posted by Jim Treacher at 11:03 AM