Friday, February 16, 2007

Mid-get Fight, Mid-get Fight

Jerry Springer really should be the President of these United States. He's got his finger on the pulse of America more than just about anybody out there, except for maybe Tim Hardway.



Slack Quotation of the Day: I just started watching the underrated Sarah Silverman Program, and I'm really glad I did. Last night's episode had one of the better delivered lines of all time, from Sarah to her AIDS Awareness staffers: "We have a chance to make change. If we can put a man on the moon, we can put a man with AIDS on the moon. And then someday, we can put everyone with AIDS on the moon. So who's with me?" Classic stuff.

Slack Song of the Day: My friend Neddy reviewed last night's Arcade Fire show at Judson Memorial Church around the corner from my apartment, and at the end we included a link to download the 2/13/07 show there. Check it out, and it's all yours.

6 Comments:

At 12:51 PM, Blogger Wendell said...

thats more Midget on Dwarf Action than Midget on midget. Not really fair at all ...

 
At 4:26 PM, Blogger Kadonkadonk said...

If you wanna see some great midget on midget action - I have a great midget porn called "Twin Freaks". It's a spoof on the pilot for Twin Peaks. It's kinda disturbing, you know, in an orgasmic kind of way...

 
At 11:42 PM, Anonymous Todd said...

"Oh, I thought you asked if I had a blood transfusion in HAITI..."

"Guess who has two fingers and zero AIDS? This girl!"

An excellent show, for real.

 
At 10:48 AM, Anonymous Jude said...

Midget fight? Meh. Pro Wrestling tapped into that YEARS before tabloid t.v. had...

Now on the other hand... South Park's Timmy vs. Jimmy "CRIPPLE FIGHT" was fucking majesty. Spastic and unsavory. Sold!

 
At 4:28 PM, Blogger Boski93 said...

Wow, this is what the Conquistador were looking for on their search for El Dorado. It was not a city made of gold, it was comedy gold and this is it.

 
At 6:25 PM, Anonymous Greg said...

You liked that Sarah Silverman episode? Really? I'd never seen the show before, and went in completely willing to like it, and I thought it was pretty much horrible. That line was funny, but I'd already seen it 100 times in the ads, and seeing it in context didn't really make it any funnier.

 

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