Thursday, July 14, 2005

What He Said

Find your own metahumor in the fact that this article is on CNN. I want to know how the last quite made it past CNN censors.
"The general public should not panic" about refuted studies, he said. "We all need to start thinking more critically."

Would I Crack?

Who hasn't heard about torture, or watched a war movie, and not wondered if he wouldn't crack under the torment? I rather suspect that all but a few of us would eventually say anything to stop the pain. I'm sure I would. On the other hand, I think I'm enough of a steely-eyed missile man to take this.
The committee heard that interrogators told him his mother and sisters were prostitutes, forced him to wear a bra, forced him to wear a thong on his head, told him he was homosexual and said that other prisoners knew it.
I'm almost certain that there are places in San Francisco where one can pay handsomely to be treated that way.


K-Lo is right. This guy really is good. It's all the funnier for being on Huffpo, as if nobody there understands what he's doing. His sides must ache from laughing. Check it out, and read the comments. Be amazed at the cluelessness of the collective.

What Goes On in a Suicide Bomber's Brain?

You can read an interview with one who survived his "martyrdom". As you read, keep chanting "religion of peace".