Nuggets of Wisdom

Friday, January 23, 2015

Daily Pony: Mah Dirt!

Mah Dirt! by kittyhawk-contrail on DeviantArt

Hey look, Rarity is getting Apple Jack all wet. (Get your mind out of the gutter, shippers!)

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The SOTU Is Stupid And You Know It!


If you’ve followed me for a long time, you should know by now that I don’t give a flying buck about the presidential State Of The Union address. Not one bit. It’s nothing more than a preening politician pontificating pretentious platitudes to prompt praise from pandering plebs.

If anyone is honest with themselves, they would admit that they share the exact same opinion. Gawker’s Alex Pareene has in his recent column “The State of the Union Is Dumb Hacks Writing Garbage Speeches.” I recommend you all give it a read. It puts to words what I and pretty much everyone else sincerely believes about this annual charade. But here’s the main gist:
I am not arguing that any untrained schmo off the street could write a State of the Union address. Modern political speechwriting is certainly a skill, and one that requires experience and practice to master. It is not, however, a literary endeavor. It is marketing, and not even particularly imaginative marketing. Advertising people who call themselves "creatives" do more actual creative work than political speechwriters. Do the people who write statements of risk for pharmaceutical ads walk around swishing single malt in tumblers and comparing themselves to The Lost Generation? (Well, they probably do, but they are wrong.)

Political speechwriting is an exercise in the proper arrangement of cliches and platitudes, with a bit of "messaging" of policy ideas to appeal to as wide an audience as possible. Speeches like the one the president will deliver tonight are designed to deliver pleasant inanities (The State of the Union is Strong) and sell certain carefully audience-tested proposals as vaguely (or misleadingly) as possible. The State of the Union is less written than it is designed, structured and organized around applause prompts and camera cues.

Monday, January 19, 2015

Smash Rap

What do you get when you combine Epic Rap Battles with Super Smash Brothers? Smosh’s new video! (Warning: NSFW because Smosh!)

Yikes! The Villager is going to be giving me nightmares tonight.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Daily Pony: Did Disney Help Influence MLP?

The ever astute Dr. Wolf brilliantly observes how Disney, specifically Fantasia, may have helped inspire (albeit indirectly) the My Little Pony franchise.

Wow! I mean, how could we have missed this? The similarities were so blatantly obvious they were smacking us in the face with rainbows—and yet, shockingly enough, most of us never noticed.

Saturday, January 17, 2015

MLP:FIM: The Dark Stallion - Episode 08

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic presents

The Dark Stallion

Episode 08: To The Grand Galloping Gala, Night Of Wonder!


Last time on My Little Pony:

After much study and research, Xander finally discovered the location of the Amulet of Purity. At first, he refused the assistance of Twilight and the others, but later reluctantly accepted their help after they saved his life. Together, they scaled Union Tower, braving the trials of fire, ice, and water, until they reached the top. Through the magic of the Elements of Harmony, they uncovered and obtained the fabled amulet. The Shadow Clan later appeared to seize the amulet for themselves, but were defeated by the combined strength of our heroes. However, this does not appear to be the Shadow Clan’s last stand. Will the Shadow Clan strike again to claim the amulet and its hidden powers?


Twilight Sparkle, with Spike riding on her back, rushed through the doors of Sugarcube Corner where the rest of her friends were hanging out.

“Girls, great news!”

The other ponies turned their attention to her.

Rarity finished taking a sip of her tea. “What is it, dear?”

“A letter from Princess Celestia," Twilight replied upon approaching them.

Spike pulled from behind his back a scroll with a royal seal upon it. He promptly unfurled it, and, with a clear of his throat, began to read.

“Hear ye, hear ye! The royal princesses Celestia and Luna of Equestria cordially extend an invitation to Twilight Sparkle and her friends to the Grand Galloping Gala, to be held in the capital city of Canterlot by week’s end.”

Most other ponies would have been flipping somersaults upon receiving such an announcement. Not so Twilight and her friends. They might as well have received an invitation to a dentist appointment.

Applejack scratched her chin. “Golly, has it been a year already?”

“Seems like the Grand Galloping Gala was only yesterday,” Pinkie Pie added.

Rarity groaned. “Don’t remind me. That was a disaster most of us would rather forget!”


Friday, January 16, 2015

Statist And Anarchist: Strawmen

Whenever I share my comics in the political humor subreddit, aside from getting down-voted, they’re often accused of being unfunny, biased political strawmen. Thing is, most of the previous political cartoons here have been featured in the same subreddit, and yet, none of them are down-voted or blasted as being unfunny, biased political strawmen—despite being unfunny, biased political strawmen! (Probably because that subreddit wouldn't know humor if zombie George Carlin slapped them in the face with his dick!)

So to anyone who wants to argue that my political comics are full of biased strawmen, by all means, first explain to me why none of these cartoons featured here are any less biased or strawman-ish.

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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Channel Awesome Loses (And Screws) Reviewers

For those of you who watch Nostalgia Critic on Channel Awesome, you’ve probably learned that the site has recently parted ways with reviewers like Phelous, Obscurus Lupa, Oancitizen, and Andrew Dickman. (Oh, and Nostalgia Chick also left, but I couldn’t care less about that feminazi SJW! She stopped being good long ago.)

If you want to learn why these reviewers left, both Phelous and Lupa explain in detail on their blogs. TL;DR: Lupa has been struggling with money, so she wanted to add midrolls to her videos and advertise her Pateron account; but the big wigs on the site wouldn’t allow her—and after giving her a hard time about it, to the point of screams and tears, they gave her the boot with her friends following suit.

So yeah, despite all of the entertaining content, the site is being run by Grade-A plotholes, as Lupa explains:
The site has had many, MANY behind the scenes issues, and ANYONE who has said anything has been labeled a troublemaker. Also, anyone who has said anything is gone now. It is a site fueled by yes men and denial, and many broken promises. They’ve referred to the other producers as “children” on more than one occasion, which is as patronizing as it sounds. The site has ALWAYS been about Doug, and they don’t care about anyone else there.
It’s really disheartening to see a website that I literally watch like a television channel screw over its content providers like this. Them getting rid of Spoony was understandable, but this? This is simply heartless. In fact, I was so disgusted by how poorly Lupa was treated that I almost refused to watch the latest Nostalgia Critic review. (I say “almost” because I ended up watching it anyway!)

Anywho, my sympathy is out to Lupa and company. Here’s hoping they continue their good work elsewhere, and I really hope Channel Awesome straightens up their act. Seriously, with so many reviewers gone, aside from NC, the only other reviewers worth watching are Linkara and Cinema Snob (and perhaps the occasional Todd in the Shadows or Paw).

"You Don’t Solve Substance Abuse Issues By Banning The Substance"

If you’re not watching CuteFuzzyWeasel, you should subscribe to his channel. His “Feeding The Trolls” videos do a good job pwning n00bs on teh interwebs. His most recent video excellently pwns a puritan prick who believes we should bring back alcohol prohibition because, well, he couldn't stop drinking until his liver failed; therefore, no one can stop drinking until their livers failed—oh, and because banning booze worked out so well the first time, amirite?!

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

My Libertarian Proposal For "Free" College


By now, most of you are aware of Obama’s plan to offer free community college. And by now, most of you have heard every opinion under the sun about it.

I’ve been reluctant to offer my own opinion for two reasons: one, most other reasonable voices such as Reason Magazine and Julie Borowski have already explained why this plan, while nice sounding, is actually terrible; and two, even if I were to offer my opinion as to why this terrible plan is terrible, the only people who would agree that it is a terrible plan are people who already know that it is terrible, because people who don’t think it’s terrible don’t care if it’s terrible.

This is why I envy “liberals”: their political platform is simply promising free stuff. They don't have to explain how they're going to provide free stuff. They just have to promise it and the sheeple will gladly vote for them. Because, hey, who doesn’t want free stuff? Who doesn’t want something for nothing? If you don't, why are you so greedy and selfish?


So it seems as though “free college” is going to be part of the nation’s political narrative—and if we’re going to insist on providing “free college”, I might as well offer my own alternative, more libertarian proposal as to how to best provide it.

I propose we go with the “Pay-It-Forward” model that states such as Oregon and Michigan have proposed. Basically, you attend the college of your choice for all four years, tuition free; then, once you graduate, you have a portion of your income taxed to allow other students to do the same.

Is it still funded by taxes? Yes. But at least the people being taxed are those who’ve already directly benefited from the program. Really, it’s more “voluntary” than socialized—like a student loan, only with less blood-draining.

I know my fellow libertarians and conservatives will still have hang-ups about this proposal of mine, but at least it’s a fairer, more libertarian, voluntary approach than whatever liberals like Obama would propose. And really, if more libertarians ran on this platform, they very well could capture the young vote. Pretty much every young person wants to go to college, but they don’t want to pay for it—especially if it means being buried alive in student debt.

But I want to know what you all think: would the “pay-it-forward” model be a better approach for “free” college, or is it still a terrible idea?

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Sunday Funnies (01/11/2015)

Need a good laugh? We all do. So here’s your weekly compilation of political cartoons. And we most certainly need a good laugh following the tragic death of 12 French citizens, including journalists whose only crime was poking fun at barbarism. Well, the barbarians certainly proved that they weren’t the least bit barbaric by brutally murdering the cartoonist in a barbaric manner. But the only thing this barbaric act of barbarism proved is that humorists may be killed, but humor will never die, and in a world of such savagery, the only weapon you need to survive is not a gun, not a sword, but a pen.


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Saturday, January 10, 2015

MLP:FIM: The Dark Stallion - Episode 07

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic presents

The Dark Stallion

Episode 07: At Last, The Amulet Of Purity Located!


Last time on My Little Pony:

Rainbow Dash tried to help Sky Wind get his lost memories back. They started by having both Twilight Sparkle and Xander use magic spells, but neither of them made any avail. The two pegasi then ventured into the Everfree Forest to obtain an ingredient for a magic potion. They managed to find it, but so did the Shadow Clan, along with a rampaging Hydra. Fortunately, Dash, with the help of Ninja Star and Fluttershy, tied the Hyrda up into knots, while Sky Wind tracked down the Shadow Clan for the missing ingredient they stole. However, even with the magic potion brewed, Sky Wind was still unable to get his memories back. Will he ever regain his lost memories, and what dark secrets do they hold?


As Twilight carried a stack of books downstairs, she saw as Xander stood overlooking a table. Upon its tabletop was unfurled a map of Equestria with notes and open books scattered about it. Xander furrowed his eyebrows as he studied the faded markings on the map’s aged brown paper.

“How goes the search?” Twilight set aside her books to approach him.

“I spent a good two years traveling across Equestria from library to library in search of literature about the Amulet of Purity, and after arriving at your library, I’ve only managed to find a scant trace of information pertaining to it.” Xander turned his gaze to Twilight. “Nevertheless, what little information I’ve found has brought me one step closer.”

When he turned to look at the map, he gasped. Staring back at him was a pink face—Pinkie Pie!

“One step closer to what?” she asked.

Xander clasped his chest for a split second before furrowing his brow at the pink pony standing on the table and his map.

“Where the hay did you come from?” he yelled, not sure whether to be annoyed or confused.

“Through the door, silly,” Pinkie nonchalantly pointed to the open library door, “though sometimes I sneak in through the window.”

She looked down at the map upon which she was standing. “Ooh, what are you playing here? Looks like Risk. That’s a really fun board game. No, actually it’s kind of boring. Not at all fun like Candyland or Monopoly or Chutes and Ladders or…”

“It’s not a board game,” Xander interrupted her. “It’s a map of Equestria, an old map that was owned by my late father, who would hardly appreciate ponies standing on top of it with their dirty hooves.”

Pinkie lifted one hoof to inspect it. “Good thing I just washed mine.”

“Could you get off?!” Xander barked.

Pinkie shirked back and quietly stepped off of the table.

“Sorry!” She began studying the map. “So whatcha looking for, anyway?”

“Xander here is looking for a rare artifact called the Amulet of Purity,” Twilight answered. “His father dedicated his entire life looking for it, and now, Xander has spent the past few years trying to search for it himself. He was just telling me about some important information he found while doing so.”

Xander nodded. “I still don’t know what the Amulet is or what it’s capable of, but I may have found something that can tell me how to find it. The thing is, it’s only a poem, and a rather cryptic one at that.”

From the table he lifted a piece of parchment and brought it before him and Twilight. Upon first glance, Twilight could not make heads or tails of what was on it, as it was written in the runes of an ancient language that was foreign to her.

Fortunately, Xander translated it for her: “Unicorn magic, Pegasus flight, the sweat from the brow of the earth pony’s plight. When all three come together in unity, then is revealed the Amulet of Purity.”

Pinkie scratched her chin as she thought for a second or two. “Not bad, but I know a better poem: there once was a colt from Nantucket…”

“Pinkie, please!” Twilight interrupted, equally annoyed at the pink pony.

She then turned her attention back to Xander. “What do you think it means?”

Xander held his chin as he delved deep into thought. “I’m not sure myself. My father spent years simply deciphering this dead language, who knows how long it will take me to decipher this poem. It could lead us anywhere. Where exactly, I don’t know.”

“Maybe it’s here?” Pinkie asked.

Xander turned to face Pinkie. He gasped when he saw how she had scribbled red ink on his map with a red marker that she held in her mouth.

“My father’s map!” he yelled, yanking the marker away from Pinkie with his magic. “Just what do you think you are doing?”

Pinkie shrugged her shoulders. “Your poem reminded me about the three major cities in Equestria.”

She pointed to one city that she had circled in red ink. “There’s the capital city of Canterlot, where all the unicorns live. Then there’s Cloudsdale, where the pegasi live. And finally, there’s Ponyville, where all the earth ponies live.”

Each of the three cities were circled in red ink, with each circle connected to one another with lines that formed a giant triangle.

“When you connect all the cities together like this, you get a triangle,” Pinkie explained. “So maybe your amulet thingy is located somewhere in here.”

Twilight scratched her chin. “You know, Pinkie, I think you might be onto something.”

"Or at least she would be," Xander shook his head, "if it wasn't for the fact that these cities only existed within the past century. None of them existed when Equestria was founded, let alone when the Amulet existed."

"So what cities did exist back then?" Pinkie asked.

"Well, when each of the three pony tribes emigrated to Equestria, each of them constructed their own settlement. The unicorns built the kingdom of Unicornia; the pegasi, the city of Pegalopolis, and the earth ponies, the hamlet of Earthenshire."

As Xander named each of these ancient cities, he circled their locations on the map, then connected them all with another triangle, which overlapped the previous one, and with it, formed a star.

Upon its completion, the red star glowed with such intensity that it forced Xander and the others to shield their eyes. The red glow lasted for a good five seconds before fading away.

When the three ponies returned their gaze upon the map, they saw, where the star’s center once shone, the freshly-drawn sketch of a mountain range with a stone tower rising from the nook of two mountains.

From the drawing rose small wisps of steam, almost as if it were etched into the parchment with a fiery quill—clearly the product of magic. Underneath the mountain range and tower was written the words—

“Union Tower,” Twilight whispered. “That must be where the Amulet of Purity is located.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Statist And Anarchist: Freedom Of Speech

"It’s an hateful act but don’t act as if what Charlie Hedbo did was noble (the magazine). Charlie Hebdo had freedom indeed to be racist and islamophobic. That is not something that should be shown support for. White freedom of speech has proven to always be harmful to Muslims. So no #jenesuispascharliehebdo. Every white journalist who worked/works for that trash uses white privilege to spread hate and anti-islam propaganda. So no #jenesuispascharliehedbo. I am not saying that what has happened shouldn’t be condemned, it should. And everyone us doing that. But I know France will use this situation to further prove that islamophobia has been present for a long time and is very much growing among the French." - Some Stupid Brainwashed Liberal College Hipster Fuck Who Probably Voted For Obama

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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

This Week In Review #5

We here at the Daily Bungle wish to provide a public service by testing our readers to see how well they can differentiate real news from fake news. We will forgive you if you cannot. That is why your species is doomed. At the risk of editorializing, this reporter applauds the demise of the pathetic human species!

Ahem! As always, one of these news stories is real. The rest are fake. Can you tell the satire from the real deal? (Without clicking on the links or hovering over them, of course!)

Click here to see the news articles in question.

No One Murdered Because Of This Image

Want more proof that not all extremism is equally bad? The Onion recently published a satirical cartoon featuring various religious figures and deities (other than Mohammad) engaged in a very lewd sexual act. As the publication explained, if such a cartoon were actually published, the most hate it would receive would be angry letters from the offending religious faiths. Not a single person would be murdered because of it. Only one religion threatens death over its mockery.

If you’re curious, the satirical cartoon can be viewed here—though as can be expected, it’s extremely NSFW!

The Religion Of Peace Kills Yet Again

I’m not sure what’s worse: that 12 people were killed by a religious lunatic because of a cartoon mocking his religion, or that willful idiots will scream “Islamaphobe” at anyone calling out the religious lunatic for killing 12 people because of a cartoon mocking his religion.

Well, okay, the deaths of 12 people is obviously worse, but it doesn’t help that some idiots truly believe “Islamaphobia” is far worse than Islamic violence. Decrying people who kill others in the name of their religion isn’t bigotry: it’s expecting common human decency. Criticizing radical Islam is not racism, because—and this has been said far too many times—Islam is a religion, not a race.

And before anyone tries to bring up the false equivalency of “all religious extremists are bad,” by all means, name one similar incident where a Christian extremist killed the exact same number of people over the exact same thing, then you will be perfectly justified in saying that. Until then, STFU!

Yes, religious extremism is bad, but some religions are far more extreme than others. Islamic extremists blow up buildings. Christian extremists protest funerals. Atheist extremists…write books. All extremism is bad, but not all extremism is equally bad.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Make Politicians More Entertaining Actors

We all know politicians only pretend to care about our best interests. So since they’re all acting, why not be more entertaining?

Guess What’s Now On Netflix?

Looks like I’m going to be watching this, and when I get the chance, I’ll share my thoughts on it with a pony recap! ;)

Oz: The Wizard vs. The Doctor

Oz: The Wizard vs. The Doctor by BlameThe1st on DeviantArt

"When you look at the sheer magnitude of the misinformation...[Dr. Oz], throughout the year, and even long before, [has] ensnared untold amounts of people with [his] falsehoods to the point of potentially putting their own health at risk...[He] has caused the most harm week in and week out as millions watch and are potentially fooled [with] everything from diet scams to homeopathy to fear-mongering about potentially beneficial technologies such as GMOs and even questioning the benefit of vaccines. With one unsubstantiated claim after another, going against both the scientific evidence and standard medical practice. As the show wins award after award, and one media group after another comments on its influence. It's impossible to count how many people have been harmed, which is why it’s important to bring as much attention to this as possible, that someone so careless and fraudulent can be listened to and respected and admired by so many is beyond reprehensible. It is an epidemic all on its own." ― Shane Killian

“The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.” ― Daniel J. Boorstin

Considering that half of his medical advice has been confirmed to be bogus, and that he has been dragged before Congress to testify on behalf of his own bogosity, one has to wonder why Dr. Oz hasn’t had his medical license revoked yet.

Monday, January 5, 2015

SATIRE: Michelle Obama Approves Fake Sprinkles Ban

Michelle Obama Approves Fake Sprinkles Ban

First Lady on the fake federal ban on sprinkles: “Why didn’t I think of that?!”

Katie Incorrect
Daily Bungle

Contrary to media hysteria, the federal government is not trying to ban sprinkles; however, this hasn’t stopped anti-junk food proponents from voicing their support for this fake ban.

Last year came to an end, not with a bang but a whimper, when news of a potential ban on sprinkles was reported by right-wing news outlets such as Fox News and Breitbart.

The alleged sprinkle ban was attributed to new federal regulations limiting the use of partially-hydrogenated oils, a major source of trans fats, which is commonly used in sprinkles and other food items.

While these regulations would indeed limit the use of a common ingredient found within sprinkles, it would not limit or even ban sprinkles themselves, as most major manufacturers no longer use PHOs to make sprinkles, while popular restaurant chains such as Dunkin Donuts and Krispy Kreme have eliminated trans fats from their donuts and other products altogether.

Furthermore, the news outlets reporting on this alleged ban have cited as a source an article which has been revealed to be satire written on a satirical news blog, The Arizona Conservative.

However, even though this federal sprinkles ban has been revealed to be a hoax, many anti-junk food politicians and proponents have voiced their support for it.

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Sunday, January 4, 2015

Sunday Funnies (01/04/2015)

Need a good laugh? We all do. So here’s your weekly compilation of political cartoons. Well, it's a whole new year, and another one has come and pass--passed like a kidney stone, that is! Last year was not the best. ISIS. Ebola. Ferguson. Malaysia Air. Hackers. The CIA torture report. Everything was awful, not awesome! But let's have some much needed catharsis by laughing at everything that went wrong last year.


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Saturday, January 3, 2015

Daily Pony: Fluttershy New Year

Happy New Year! by mrs1989 on DeviantArt

I really like seeing Fluttershy dress Japanese, but something tells me a certain "ninja", a certain "star" in my fanfic, would like this even more. :D

Statist And Anarchist: Studies

Comedian Lewis Black once spoke of a conversation he had with a young earth creationist. Black tried to convince the creationist that the earth could not have been created in six literal days over six thousand years ago because fossils show the earth to be much older than that—to which the creationist replied that fossils could not be trusted because, as Black quoted him, “fossils are the handiwork of the devil.” (Black had to remind himself to breath after hearing that!)

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Friday, January 2, 2015

Daily Pony: Another Year for Chaos!

Another Year for Chaos! by Atteez on DeviantArt

Actually, Discord, Psychologist Steven Pinker recently wrote that last year, along with recent years, have been less chaotic than ever before. (But perhaps I shouldn’t go bursting the spirit of chaos’ bubble!)

NYC Falls Into Lawless Anarchist Dystopia?

Ever since the shooting deaths of two NYPD officers, and also in response to anti-police protests across the country, the NYPD has been doing less and less of their job.

As you can expect, the entire city has fallen into utter lawless chaos. Remember Ferguson? Well, New York is currently making that look like a preschool playground kerfuffle.

All hell is breaking loose within the streets. Rioters are tossing cinder blocks through store windows, and the looters are following suit with looting and brawling that makes Black Friday look civil in comparison.

The entire streets are crammed with cars either turned over or robbed of their tires for crack money. Everything is blazing with flames as arsonists toss around Molotov cocktails as casually as water balloons.

And did I mention the gay sex orgies? I can’t forget about them. Never mind the NYC Pride Parade. Head on down to Staten Island where you can barely take a step without interrupting someone’s gay ménage à trois.

It’s utter madness! You’d think Bill De Blasio was usurped by the Joker and Bane. Nothing but crime everywhere. Theft. Shooting Sprees. Arson. Riots. Fire and brimstone coming down from the skies. Rivers and seas boiling. Forty years of darkness. Earthquakes. Volcanoes. The dead rising from the grave. Human sacrifice. Dogs and cats living together. Mass hysteria.

Oh, wait. None of that is happening.

Instead, as the New York Post reported, “overall arrests down 66 percent for the week starting Dec. 22 compared with the same period in 2013.”

Also, traffic violation citations are down by 94 percent, and so are summons for low-level offenses. Parking violations are down 92 percent, with drug arrests down by 84 percent.


So the city hasn’t fallen into chaos because the cops stopped doing their jobs. If anything, the city is more orderly than ever.

Gee, if only cops across the nation decided to follow suit and stop doing their jobs. Perhaps we could experience this same level of lawless anarchy.

11 Things Back To The Future Gave Us Before 2015

Disappointed that it’s now 2015 and we still don’t have hoverboards, self-lacing shoes, and food hydrators? (Though isn’t it a sigh of relief we also don’t have Jaws 19?) Well, take solace in that technology has still vastly progressed since Back to The Future: Part II, and while we may not have our shoes lace themselves so we can ride our hoverboards home to hydrate a pizza, we are making video conference calls, unlocking doors with our fingerprints, watching multiple programs on wall-mounted flat-screen televisions, and playing video games without our hands.

Here's a video highlighting a few of the technological advancements that BTTF:P2 predicted that will make you exclaim “Great Scott!”

Thursday, January 1, 2015

JibJab's Year in Review: "2014, You Are History!"

As always, JibJab does an excellent job with their annual musical retrospective of the previous year. (Warning: Slightly NSFW because of Kim Kardashian’s badonkadonk!)

Daily Pony: Happy New Year 2015

It’s been forever since I’ve created a Daily Pony post. So what better way to start the New Year off than by re-starting my popular feature? Well, how about a little champagne from the human pony princesses? :D

Happy New Year 2015 by johnjoseco on DeviantArt