The prudes are going to be cornered into accepting this view eventually.
Category Archive: Humor
Oct 20 2013
Oct 17 2013
I don’t have a high opinion of Game of Thrones, but maybe I’ve just been looking at it the wrong way. Maybe, with just a few adjustments, I could be reconciled to it. “Medieval Land Fun Time World” looks excellent. If it has a subplot about some geeky guy trying to lose his virginity, it …
Oct 13 2013
Since the American Atheist meeting this Spring is in Salt Lake City, and I haven’t yet settled on a topic for my talk, I was looking for inspiration and found … Mormon Missionary Positions. Now we know what those clean-cut young men are doing when they’re not out pedaling about on their bicycles. Also, what …
Oct 07 2013
It actually is his birthday, and he’s celebrating by putting on a goofy wig and hat and schooling the Tea Party.
Oct 05 2013
I’ve kind of wondered, since I’m always getting called one — and while not really thinking hard about it, I’m aware of the homologies in male and female genitalia and mentally pictured something discrete and reasonably placed. I guess I must have low self-esteem or something, because science fiction authors imagine something grand and huge …
Oct 03 2013
Sep 30 2013
At last, the top secret formula about how U.S. News & World Report ranks colleges has been revealed. I shall inform my university that Step 3 is particularly important and explains why we aren’t the #1 school in the galaxy.
Aug 31 2013
You know how, as the work piles up and the grading becomes onerous and the students get more demanding and critical, you sometimes need a day off? I wonder if my division secretary would be sympathetic if I called in and said I had the brain whispers really bad one day. Actually, the secretaries sometimes …
Aug 26 2013
The purported managing editor of CNN explains how they picked their top story in a fictitious opinion piece (which still rings very true). There was nothing, and I mean nothing, about that story that related to the important news of the day, the chronicling of significant human events, or the idea that journalism itself can …