wait...I thought he had a girlfriend...
Some of the best unintentional humor I've seen lately can be found here.

The first line almost makes sense. I haven't seen Shrek 2, but Shrek 1 did have a few (very subtle and only alluded to) bits that were, to me, surprisingly sexual. Not anything that a 10 year old would notice; for that matter I don't think a lot of Ned Flanders types would've noticed it. It's been a while, so I can't remember exactly what they all were, but it was mostly Simpsons-esque: a bad word expected then not said, a double entendre that quickly gets lost in the dialog. If it was my kid, I wouldn't have a problem letting them watch it. Then again, I'm not a member of the "Family Values Coalition" or whatever, but hey, to each his own.

What makes that little PSA so hilarious is the alarmist, "Oh my God the HOMOS Are Coming!!!" style barely covered beneath a serious exterior.

The character has five o'clock shadow, wears a dress and has female breasts. It is clear that he is a she-male. His voice is that of talk show host Larry King.

An earlier scene in the movie features a wolf dressed in grandma's clothing and reading a book when Prince Charming encounters him.

TVC's report...explains the transgender agenda and the effort to deconstruct the biological reality of male and female.

You can almost hear the distaste in a West by-God Virginia accent under that. "She - mahle".

And of course, they miss the most serious threat. They don't even mention the transspecies agenda and the effort to deconstruct the biological reality of wolf and grandma. We've gotta get on that, before them Goddam heathens and liberals have wolves in grandma's clothing on every corner, in your kid's school, teaching them that it's an "acceptable lifestyle". What if your kid comes home one day and wants you to meet their new friend, and it's a wolf with poofy white hair and a flower-print dress? Then what will you do?!?

Send me fifty bucks and I'll tell you how to combat this growing threat to our society and our children.

See also, Jeff's Beautiful Atrocity for a fuller lineup of offenders and Sondra K seeing inside the minds of these gender-bending freakazoids.


howdy, thanks for stopping by. what you're looking at is the intermittent ramblings of an iraqi vet, college student, goth-poseur, comic book reading, cheesy horror loving, punk listening, right-leaning, tech-obsessed, poorly typing, proudly self-proclaimed geek. occasionally, probably due to these odd combinations, i like to think i have some interesting things to say; this is where they wind up.

"I think we ought to read only the kind of books that wound and stab us...We need the books that affect us deeply, like the death of someone we loved more than ourselves, like being banished into forests far from everyone, like a suicide. A book must be the axe for the frozen sea inside of us.

ace o spades hq
bargain-basement allahpundit
a small victory
army of mom
babalu blog
beautiful atrocities
being american in t o
belmont club
blame bush!
castle argghhh!
citizen smash
the command post
common sense runs wild
curmudgeonly & skeptical, r
curmudgeonly & skeptical, pg-13
dean's world
drill sergeant rob
exit zero
enjoy every sandwich
feisty repartee
fistful of fortnights
free will
four right wing wacos
ghost of a flea
half the sins of mankind
the hatemonger's quarterly
hog on ice
house of plum
id's cage
ilyka damen
incoherant ramblings
in dc journal
the jawa report
knowledge is power
lileks bleat
the llama butchers
memento moron
the mudville gazette
naked villainy
nerf-coated world
those damned pajama people
professor chaos
professor shade
the protocols of the yuppies of zion
protein wisdom
the queen of all evil
seven inches of sense
shinobi, who is a f'n numbers ninja, yo
tall dark and mathteriouth
the nose on your face
the thearapist
this is class warfare
texas best grok
tim worstall
way off bass

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