Chik-fil-A Appreciation Day reveals a form of activism Americans can fully embrace — affecting social change through the act of eating a fast food sandwich. WATCH VIDEO
Well… I’m stumped. All I can bring myself to do is keep marveling at Jones’ casual use of “glory hole.” I wish I had more jokes for you, but does this even need a joke? It’s Jerry Jones repeatedly saying “glory hole.” There’s nothing I can add to that. Well, except to posit that in the glory hole days Jones references, “I want me some glory hole!”
Yes… yes, he does.
To wit, Jon Stewart took a look on Wednesday’s show at You Didn’t Build That-Gate, and how Romney and Fox News have milked Obama’s phrasing for all its tea-party-rousing worth. READ MORE + VIDEO
During an appearance Monday on The Tonight Show — his second stop on NBC that day as [Louis C.K.] continues to ramp up promotion for the third season of his hit FX surreal sitcom Louie – the comedy star fretted over his status as a straight male. Having once dedicated a part of his live show to the benefits of being a white male (“I’m not saying that white people are better, I’m saying that being white is clearly better,” he said in his Chewed Up special), he fretted Monday over what he says is his inability to snuggle in a male friend’s armpit, tell friends he misses them and call things wonderful, among other things. READ MORE + VIDEO
There is a reason they say laughter is the best medicine
“[Laughter] generates powerful alternating cycles of arousal and relaxation”. (Sounds uncannily like sex, doesn’t it? Actually, the two really are alike, in more ways than one.) Laughter benefits many of the body’s vital systems: the respiratory, cardio-vascular, hormonal and even immune system. ” ’The Power of Humor’ by Gerry Maguire Thompson. READ MORE