From a Salon article on Jon Stewart's The Daily Show: Political humor used to belong to the left, but that all changed in the 1990s, when the priggishness of political correctitude injected new vitality into a segment of the population that had been shut out of comedy's pantheon: assholes. Be sure to read through to page two where they transcribe a discussion on the war between Stewart and Colbert.
Mental note, must try to insert the question "Well, what do you expect from a slave-banging, Hitler-loving queer?" into every conversation today.
At work, my SEAS--Spam Emergency Alert System--informs me that, "Everything is fine with you except your AEK." Inspection of the message's contents provided no further details about this cryptic acronym which is holding me back from perfect enlightenment. I can, however, increase the size of my member to please my woman lover, if I just click here. I'll let you all know how that works out.
Last night I successfully cheered myself up quite a lot by reading Buffy Summers and the Spiders from Mars, and I think everyone else should read it too. ::beams:: I'd include about ninety quotes here to to tempt people, but--as always--lazy, and besides, people shouldn't need tempting. Plus there's slash, and the death of giant spiders, and lots of muffins.