Monthly Archives: March 2010

What’s So Funny ‘Bout Peace, Love and Understanding?

Peace, Love and Understanding go into a bar . . . They are arguing furiously as they sit. “What can I do you guys for?” says the bartender. “Maybe you can settle an argument.” says Understanding. “Yeah. Which is the … Continue reading

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Songs From the G.O.P. Musical No-klahoma, Pt. 3

Everything’s Up to Date in Sadr City. We first went into Baghdad on a Thursday. We introduced ourselves with shock and awe. We really couldn’t justify it per se So we kinda sort of skirted global law. They had some … Continue reading

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Songs From the G.O.P. Musical No-klahoma: Part 2.

The Army With the Fringe on the Top. Brigadier General Curley (Ret.) If it’s time to leave your family, and become a brand new enlistee, You will join a brand new set of martial forces, guaranteed to shake your family … Continue reading

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Songs From the G.O.P. Musical No-klahoma!

Oh What a Dutiful Mourning. Oh, the Tea Party cattle are lowing As the size of their waistlines keeps growing. Health care was passed, and they’re starting to cry And Wanda Mae Freetrunk just reached for a pie. Oh what … Continue reading

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The Texas Board of Education’s Early History of Whitemerica! Part Two: The Fight for Independence.

Things had been going well in the colonies for a couple hundred years. Rugged entrepreneurs who needed nothing but raw determination and the shirts on their backs were able, through grit and thrift, to turn the massive amounts of land … Continue reading

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The Texas Board of Education’s Early History of Whitemerica! Part One: Discovery of the New World.

The Texas Board of Education’s Early History of Whitemerica. Part One: The Discovery of America. When the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria arrived in what would later come to be known as Miami Beach, Christopher Columbus was shocked … Continue reading

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In Passing.

I seek  none of your esteem, but I am fine with your respect. Your libel passes through no reputation to infect. I’m numb to your affection though I’m warm to your embrace. I will brook no insurrection; if you lie, … Continue reading

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