I guess I'm starting to lean more and more towards an ambivalent light-hearted look at a collapsing world. It's seems a perfectly valid coping mechanism, and is much less destructive than compulsive drinking. Now I know the great sages of 1950's and 60's Mad Magazine had the right take on the whole mess.
Obviously I missed some news item somewhere because I don't get this. Why is the president putting Colgate on a sleeping Biden's neck and why is Michelle hiding from a sleeping man behind the tree. NO offense intended, I just don't get it. The Newsmaster apparently does, though.
Paco, Sleep toothpaste pranks, for your reference. Michelle is laughing behind the tree as Obama is doing the prank for her. My guess is they were hiding and waited till Biden falls asleep. Obama then ran to sleeping Biden to do the trick and Michelle left standing there, observing him. Hope this explanation is sufficient. P.S. When did chops have to be based on real facts/news or be logically justified.
OK. I get it now. Toothpaste pranks emulate *** on the face. I'm glad I was born too early to appreciate it.
Newsmaster: I was under the impression chops should make sense. This is why I asked, because I didn't understand the reference. How are people to rate chops if they seem to make no sense. ", I don't understnd that chop but it is so well done, I am going to give it a 10." That's what it's about.
Pacovilla: We can't tell members how to vote in such cases where they don't understand a chop. A 10 chop though should send a clear message and be perfect technically.
This Saturday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images. Life size cutouts you can put your face through are one of the oldest known attractions dating back to the 14th century. They first appeared at carnivals, and thus were originally called "carnival cutouts". These days you can often find them at zoos or amusement parks and they are usually called simply "stand-ins" or "photo cutouts".
Photoshop this photo of Pres Obama poking his head through a stand-in where visitors pose as the president at the Women's Rights National Historical Park, NY any way you wish. Some examples are - show who else may pose as the president and the people on the right, repaint this head-through-the-hole stand-in, etc. These are just some ideas. (Image credit: US government work)
U.S. Presidents Day, officially known as Washington's Birthday, is a federal holiday in the United States and is celebrated on the third Monday of February. This year, Presidents Day falls on February 17.
Although it has become known as a great weekend for sales, especially on cars, there's a lot more to the holiday. Presidents Day is a good chance to learn more about American History, including the interesting facts from the lives of American Presidents.
Let's mix US History and US Presidents - take any US President and show how he could have served in the office in different times. Obama Crossing the Delaware river, Nixon invading Iraq - these are just some examples. You can also show private lives and hobbies of the "presidents out of their times".
This Monday is Presidents Day in the U.S. We have so many past presidents that were great men and contributed much to the world we now live in. Although Monday was actually the anniversary of George Washington's birth, many businesses choose to honor four past presidents. Those highly revered presidents can be found on the $1, $5, $20 and $50 bills.
Let's mix the US History and US Presidents - take any US President and show how he could have served in the office in different times. Obama Crossing the Delaware river, Nixon invading Iraq - these are just some examples. You can also show private lives and hobbies of the "presidents out of their times".
A third party presidential candidate is looking for voters with brains.
Problem is, he's a zombie, and you know what they do with that particular organ.
Actually, he's not just any zombie. He's A. Zombie, and he's running on a pro-zombie platform, with the help of his vice presidential candidate, Noah Pulse.
Since most zombie quotes are just a variation of "Aaaaaargh," Patti Morgan-Zombie, his wife and campaign spokeswoman, have to translate for him.
Photoshop any zombie running for president (or turn the current presidential candidates into zombies). Designing a zombie campaign poster is a plus.
Vladimir Putin has declared victory in Russia's presidential elections, returning for a third term after spending the last four years as the country's PM.
But opposition groups have reported widespread fraud in these presidential elections, including ballot stuffing, as well as undercover organized groups of "Putin supporters" voting more than once. Putin, an ex KGB spy, was barred by the Russian constitution from serving more than 2 consecutive terms in 2008, so he chose Dmitry Medvedev to serve one presidential term as a puppet president, and came back these elections to legally serve two more consecutive terms till 2024. Besides already extending presidential term from 4 years to 6 years in Russia's constitution, Russian
duma, controlled by Putin's "United Russia" party, plans to amend the constitution further and drop the "two consecutive terms" restriction - to clear the way for Putin to be president for life.
Show how (lifetime) President Putin may look in his next presidential terms, in 2018, 2024, 2030, and so on...