Michele Bachmann (R-MN) Launches “It Gets Worse” Campaign
By Cynic_Gal on May 13, 2013
In November 2012 opponents of gay marriage tried to amend Minnesota’s Constitution in order to a ban it in the state, regardless of the fact that it was not legal at the time. The legislation was soundly defeated, and gay marriage supporters have used that momentum to attempt to legalize gay marriage in Minnesota, the 12th state to do so. On May 13th, 2013 the Senate voted to legalize gay marriage, with the governor promising to sign it May 14th.
Michele Bachmann, a Republican from Minnesota’s Sixth Congressional District, knew that disaster was coming. Since God does not want gays to marry because Reasons* she knew she had to prepare the population for God’s Wrath. Drawing from the popularity of Dan Savage’s “It Gets Better” campaign, which her husband follows closely, Bachmann is launching her own, the “It Gets Worse” Campaign.
Oscars – BAH!
By The Movie Dick on Feb 24, 2013
Today’s article will be my live reactions to last night’s Oscar telecast. If you missed it, I hope that you’ll feel like you were there.
6:17 - We are seventeen minutes into the pre-show and I’ve learned that Kisten Chenoweth is 4’11″ tall. I still don’t know who she is but damn is she short.
6:27 – Every time I see another trailer for Jack the Giant Killer, I’m less interested in seeing the film.
6:32 – They just introduced the “handsome” Joseph Gordon Levitt. Well thank goodness they found the handsome one. It would have a been a real challenge to think up a descriptor if the ugly one had shown up.
6:39 – The Oscar mystery game is quite possibly the least interesting thing about the Oscars except the short subject awards. Whoever thought that up has never been nominated for an Oscar and never will.
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RECIPE: Super Awesome Caveman Snack of Deliciousness
By The Resident Trollop on Sep 04, 2012
This little snack is something fixed up by the Head Trollop, who eats it most days at work as a morning treat. It’s a mix of fruit, yogurt, and nuts, which means that there’s lots of variety to work with. We make it with peaches and almonds, but if you prefer something else, just substitute. It’s a Caveman Snack of Deliciousness, because we’re pretty sure that a caveman would recognize it as food – yep, we’re sure. We asked Bob.
STEP 1: Baby Food
Start by making a fruit puree. Get a bag of frozen fruit that you like (12-16 oz) and dump it in a pot. Add a couple tablespoons of water, and cook until the fruit defrosts. Pour the cooked fruit into a blender, and run the blender for a few seconds. Presto! Fruit puree. You should get something that’s about the consistency of applesauce, and this amount of puree will last you about five days. Store it in the refrigerator and it will stay fresh just fine.