Asking people outrageous black related questions and putting them on the spot
Jon Stewart has repeatedly ridiculed and slammed CNN in the past few weeks, most recently on Monday during an interview with Christiane Amanpour. He gave the cable network a brief respite Tuesday night before going right back to hammering them for one particularly odd moment in their otherwise unexciting coverage of the Jodi Arias trial: Ashleigh Banfield doing a satellite interview with Nancy Grace... when the two of them were a few feet away from each other in the same Arizona parking lot. Stewart explained how Banfield and Grace were set up as if they were in different locations, it's pretty obvious that the same vehicles are going through both shots. Which meant either they were sitting pretty close to each other or, as Stewart hypothesized, it could be that Arizona is plagued by a "seven-mile long Bus Ness Monster." Stewart was amazed by the audacity of CNN making his "pretty shameful" gesture, though he figured it could have been because Banfield has taken out a restraining order against Nancy Grace. They did try to create the illusion of not being so close to each other, and when Grace couldn't hear Banfield right, Stewart just shouted at her to "take your finger out of your fucking ear because she's right there!" He asked, "Is anyone at CNN allowed indoors anymore?"
Episode 16: Zach Galifianakis sits down with James Franco to have a normal, everyday, run of the mill interview. Featuring The Lonely Island song, Spring Break Anthem.
Monster-truck racing is traditionally the domain of men from rural pockets of the United States who have a bunch of free time on their hands and no qualms with spending upwards of $150,000 on wildly impractical vehicles. Despite the fact that there are roughly a gazillion officially sanctioned Monster Jam events around the country in any given year, many people who live in cities know nothing about the sport and the culture surrounding it. We were some of those frail urbanites who didn't know the difference between a carburetor and a crankshaft, so when we heard a Monster Jam was happening about two hours outside New York, we grabbed our buddy Dan, shoved two hits of acid down his throat, and headed up to Hartford, Connecticut, to find out what kind of damage a gigantic truck with 2,000 ponies under the hood can do.
Head south with the Wet Spots on this exotic tiki-hokum safari! The people who brought you "Do You Take It", Cass King and John Woods take you to a tropical wonderland, packed with sexy hula girls, wild tiki idols, and nutritious fresh fruit. Featuring the prodigious talents of Sinner Saint Burlesque. Fabulous production by Marcus Rogers of Cinestir Films and Dane Ballard. www.wetspotsmusic.com
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This new law is still a little foggy. From The (206).
lol this is so true
A nervous guy goes on his first blind date and things go well? A Ryan Kramer cartoon.
Animated clip from The Kenny Hotz Radio Show
Beer, Skymall, and other nice things.
Jizzle, an amazing new product for your home, from The Whitest Kids U'Know season 5, episode 3.
Your balls are more beautiful than you think. Men are their own worst beauty critics. Only 4% of men around the world know how beautiful their balls are. We decided to conduct a compelling social experiment that explores how men view their own balls in contrast to what others see. Join the conversation at: #Balls
http://www.peoplestandup.ca No one said quite as this man does by George Carlin!
Frank Zappa reads the chapter about the talking asshole from William S Borroughs book Naked Lunch