Scientific Explanations for Douchebag Disorders

December 27, 2008

This is a hilarious read: Enjoy here


Anderson Cooper and CNN’s “Hologram”

November 9, 2008
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The major highlight of election night was (sorry, not Obama’s victory) CNN’s Anderson Cooper talking with Black Eyed Peas’ singer Will.i.am via Hologram. It was hilarious and awesome. I laughed out loud, literally, until the thing was over. Anderson Cooper (along with Wolf Blitzer and CNN) has got to be one of the vainest TV personalities of this age!

Watch video here.

On a serious note though, Obama’s victory was truly a great moment in history. I am glad to have witnessed it, and it truly was a happy ending to this long, seemingly neverending, reality show of a presidential campaign season.

Watch Barack Obama’s victory speech here.


John Cleese on Countdown with Keith Olbermann

November 1, 2008

One of my heroes, original funny man of Monty Python fame, John Cleese, was on Keith’s show on MSNBC tonight. It was a total laugh-fest. Keith’s sarcasm can be funny, but Cleese took it to a whole new level, and I laughed out loud, literally, for the entire segment he was on.


Mental Health Break

September 28, 2008

Okay, this is too funny!!! Obama sings to Kanye West, featuring John McCain, Sarah Palin, and George Bush.


Real Time: Politics, Religion, and Terrorism

September 21, 2008

On Friday’s edition of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” which is one of my favourite TV shows, guests Andrew Sullivan and Will.i.am sparred with host Maher over his outspoken anti-religious views. It was an interesting segment of the show, and I was impressed with Sullivan’s open stance on his faith, and how it differs from the term “religion,” which Maher brands as the cause of all the problems in the world today.

Watch a clip below:


Wall Street Crumbles: Bush-isms

September 19, 2008

Wall Street is crumbling, but let’s joke about it instead. I made up this one.

Treasury Secretary: Mr. President, Wall Street is on the verge of crumbling.

George W. Bush: Why don’t we just take another street? And why is it crumbling? Get some engineers in there.


MTV VMA’s

September 19, 2008

The 2008 MTV Video Music Awards was quite entertaining, but not close to some great nights we have seen in the past.

It was great to see a rejuvenated Britney Spears at the awards show, although it was a shame that she won the night’s big awards, including video of the year. MTV clearly kissed up to Britney, to make up for the disaster at last year’s awards show. Likewise Kanye West, who scored the closing performance, a year after he threw a “Kanye moment” and spazzed out backstage at the awards show.

Lil Wayne owned the night, in my opinion. With a thrilling rendition of “I don’t get it,” “A Milli,” and “Get money,” his performance was the most colourful and memorable, save Rihanna’s crazy costumed dances, and Pink’s balcony jumping antics.

Michael Phelps also made an introduction, and I bet we will be seeing more of the superhuman Olympics hero this year.