Fair Play

I saw this on that facebook thing and it made me laugh:

Excellent.






75 replies
  1. 1
    the fugitive uterus says:

    same thing here. i immediately “shared” -cannot express in words how much i love this photo

  2. 2
    The Dangerman says:

    Excellent indeed; only improvement would have been one of them holding a Loreena Bobbitt brand pair of scissors.

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    Ben Franklin says:

    And I used to have trouble approaching the pharmacist to buy Trojans.

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    cathyx says:

    That’s just perfect. Now how can I get on that board?

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    JGabriel says:

    Problem is, our jokes just get laughs. Republican jokes keep becoming legislators and laws.

    The imbalance is beginning to worry me.

    .

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    kdaug says:

    Best part is the meat-tenderizer she’s holding.

  7. 7
    Napoleon says:

    I love the old style potato masher, like the one my mom had, that someone is holding. Too funny.

    Anyone have a link to this on FB?

  8. 8
    Napoleon says:

    @kdaug:

    Duh, yes that is what that is. Better yet.

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    Nemo_N says:

    Men should simply learn to age gracefully and not try to go against the body’s natural course.

  10. 10
    RyanayR says:

    Is that a meat tenderizer in her hand?! Egads!

  11. 11
    zmulls says:

    If God intended a man to have a dangling dingle, he should let it dangle, dang it

  12. 12
    cathyx says:

    That is a meat tenderizer. Anyone stepping up?

  13. 13
    kdaug says:

    @Napoleon: @RyanayR:

    Yep. Old-school, too. Wooden.

    (Mine’s steel – I don’t think they even sell wooden ones anymore.)

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    gogol's wife says:

    It’s so perfect because their expressions are so similar to those of the panel of clergymen who were called to testify in Congress.

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    Cat Lady says:

    Love the “V” scarf on the woman on the right, and it’s not for V*a*ra. Everyone I know is talking about this issue, and no one understands why they’re having to talk about this issue. Keep it up fucknuts.

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    danielx says:

    Only way it could be improved would be to add a monstrous nun. Or two.

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    Belafon (formerly anonevent) says:

    @JGabriel: That will only get fixed when Democrats start running and winning at the state level. We still have offices in Texas where the Republican runs unopposed.

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    Bob Munck says:

    Mom? I thought you hated that hat!

  19. 19
    Bob Munck says:

    Mom? I thought you hated that hat!

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    p.a. says:

    Maybe it’s time the women in the states pushing this shit really do go Lysistrata on the menfolk. One shut her hubby down in, was it Virginia? and her legislator husband went banannas whiny publically.

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    I had to find out who these women are, and it turns out they are CHOCK FULL OF AWESOME

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    danielx says:

    In other news, there will be tears and much gnashing of teeth for Tebow worshippers this day; Peyton Manning going to Denver. It’s all a plot by heathens who want a Super Bowl now instead of in ten years, and God will smite Peyton for harshing the Tebow mellow and daring to take the throne from one who is Jeebus-blessed but looks like a moose trying to do a washing machine when he throws.

    The Broncos will have someone who at least looks like he can complete a forward pass…

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    Brachiator says:

    I saw this on that facebook thing and it made me laugh

    i appreciate the humor, but it’s not Vi agra vs the Pill. The War on contraception is heavily weighed against women, but ultimately it is being waged against everyone.

    Conservatives hate Griswold v Connecticut, the case which involved a Connecticut law that prohibited the use of contraceptives. By anyone, without regard to gender or marital status.

    They hate the idea that the state cannot intrude on the private sexual lives of citizens.

    And for bonus points, who was Griswold?

    Executive Director of the Planned Parenthood League of Connecticut.

    The circle of conservative hate is now complete.

    Any questions?

  24. 24
    Belafon (formerly anonevent) says:

    @danielx: The scary thing is, when Peyton’s healthy, he can carry a full team by himself. The Bronco’s have a good defense and an offense good enough to give Tebow a chance. Even with Peyton on the downside of his career, that’ll still improve their chances.

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    Yutsano says:

    @Belafon (formerly anonevent): In other words Tbogg’s gonna have a field day today. :)

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    kdaug says:

    @danielx:

    harshing the Tebow mellow

    I see what you did there.

    And no, you can’t bring grenades.

    (Besides, the Tebowists ain’t got much mellow anyway).

  27. 27
    Democratic Nihilist, Keeper Of Party Purity says:

    The GOP is like a classic rock station that’s run through everything on the rotation list but “In A Gadda Da Vida”. They’ve got to play that one too, the contract demands it, but everyone’s always hated that damn song and they’re going to switch off in droves.

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    trollhattan says:

    @Belafon (formerly anonevent):

    Don’t follow (or like) Denver so, do they have an O-line good enough for Manning to survive a season? I don’t foresee him starting sixteen games.

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    @Belafon (formerly anonevent): You are right. And I keep singing the refrain, “50-state strategy.” This is what OFA really had the potential to do (and maybe can be salvaged to do again): not just elect a president, but organize and educate a thousand state- and county- level Democratic organizations on how to relentlessly campaign at every level, never leave a seat uncontested, always be prepared for an opening.

    My mom is president of her state’s NFRW chapter. She’s rightly proud that she’s helped establish new clubs in four counties, in a state that’s traditionally strongly Democratic. It’s a small step, but it matters. Democrats need that same attitude.

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    AliceBlue says:

    @JGabriel:
    Never underestimate the power of satire.

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    Corner Stone says:

    @Yutsano:

    In other words Tbogg’s gonna have a field day today. :)

    Tbogg better get his fun while he can. Denver will beat the Chargers like a drum and keep them out of the playoffs for probably the next 3 years.

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    Corner Stone says:

    @trollhattan:

    Don’t follow (or like) Denver so, do they have an O-line good enough for Manning to survive a season? I don’t foresee him starting sixteen games.

    They’ve got a pretty solid O-line, but better yet, a good running game. The defense is young and getting better. They will get Peyton more possessions to either hand it off or air it out.

  33. 33
    Mark S. says:

    Maybe Tebow fans are upset, but I doubt any actual Bronco fans are. They now are undoubtedly the favorites to win the AFC.

  34. 34
    Corner Stone says:

    @danielx:

    The Broncos will have someone who at least looks like he can complete a forward pass…

    Still pissed Denver took him in the 1st round. Cost me $100, the bastards.
    I hope they don’t get better than a 4th round draft pick for Tebow in trade.

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    Corner Stone says:

    @Mark S.:

    They now are undoubtedly the favorites to win the AFC.

    ***spit take***

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    This is all assuming Peyton is healthy to play. He sat out the entire 2011 season. Doesn’t this fact scare anybody in Denver?

  37. 37
    Belafon (formerly anonevent) says:

    @Cris (without an H): I think .5Peyton > Tebow is what most people are thinking.

  38. 38
    WereBear says:

    Love those raging grannies.

    Well, now I’ve read the Mother Jones piece about the journalist “I was a Warehouse Wage Slave” and I deeply regret any pain my recent electronic purchase may have caused some struggling retiree; but my alternative is the Best Buy an hour away, and that seems like unnecessary gas guzzling not to mention I swore off Best Buy in 2009 because they laid off all their knowledgeable employees so they could hire minimum wage workers and pay them no benefits.

    Hut in the woods not an option.

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    Mark S. says:

    @Cris (without an H):

    It doesn’t look like Manning missed a start until his neck injury last season. He also worked out for the teams he was looking at, and that didn’t scare any of them off.

    @Corner Stone:

    You think that’s crazy? They made it to the second round with Tebow. Manning throwing left handed is better than Tebow.

  40. 40
    Corner Stone says:

    Tebow either goes to Jacksonville or he’s done in the NFL.

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    Corner Stone says:

    @Mark S.: I think there are a couple teams who might disagree with the “favorite” designation.
    No doubt they are better, clearly, but not the fav status, IMO.

    ETA, Favorites for AFC West? Definitely odds-on fav for AFC West and to win 10 or 11 games.

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    Culture of Truth says:

    You think that’s crazy? They made it to the second round with Tebow. Manning throwing left handed is better than Tebow.

    He’s the Dread Pirate Roberts of football.

  44. 44
    Corner Stone says:

    @Culture of Truth:

    He’s the Dread Pirate Roberts of football.

    He knows something you don’t know. He’s not left handed either.

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    Culture of Truth says:

    why not stay in Denver and learn from Peyton for a few years?

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    jl says:

    Saw a clip of Uygur talking about the GOP War on Women, or GOPWow, pronounced “GOP WOW!”, and as he said, V * * g r * review boards should be SOP, if we are going to have them for the pill. I mean, they just want to know ‘what is wrong with your dick?’

    The GOP WoW marches on. Need to spread the word to anyone who has not heard about it yet.

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    Snarki, child of Loki says:

    At last, the Death Panel makes an appearance.

  48. 48

    @jl: GOP War on Women

    Thank you for spelling that out. When I saw the term GOPWoW used in the previous thread I thought it was some Warcraft reference.

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    Corner Stone says:

    @Culture of Truth: Peyton doesn’t give any one else snaps in practice if he’s healthy.
    And what could he learn? He can’t change his 3 second throwing motion now.

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    Marcellus Shale, Public Dick says:

    cool.

    one small note of cognitive dissonence. or at least where it doesn’t fit as an analogy.

    i would likely have little trouble demonstrating flaccidity for such a panel. now, what would be embarassing is having to demonstrate lack of bone to a jury of attractive younger women, co-workers, baristas, bartenders at ye olde sports bar, etc.

    the kind of woman middle age men look upon like the eternal optimism of spring training, the ones that make every man hold their guts in in vain.

  51. 51
    Culture of Truth says:

    And what could he learn?

    chicken dance

  52. 52
    Corner Stone says:

    “Now that’s what I call a sticky situation!”

  53. 53
    Brachiator says:

    Saw this comment in another blog about reproductive rights. Apparently, some people just refuse to believe that the GOP would take away women’s reproductive rights. Or they believe that only poor women will be screwed.

    Obviously Rick Santorum is a different story, but this kind of stereotyping that women only care about their uterus is the same mistake that Democrats have made before. Some of my good friends are high-earning, college-educated single women who like Mitt Romney’s message about tax cuts for the wealthy (many of whom are consultants, MBAs). And if Mitt Romney gets the nomination, he may move back to his slightly more progressive Massachusetts governor views, and the mythical single woman won’t be enough for Obama to win.

    Roll the dice, ladies, roll the dice …

  54. 54
    Marcellus Shale, Public Dick says:

    @Corner Stone:

    you do not want tebow fans buying your tickets, because eventually they will be dissatisfied customers as he gets benched.

    its like doing coke to work longer.

    never let a non-star, non-talent be that important to your team. besides you have to radically change what you do on offense for tebow. the jags are still developing gabbert, and henne just signed.

    you can’t develop two qbs who need different systems, with your only crutch being a relatively young and undeveloped henne as the bridge.

  55. 55
    Mark S. says:

    @Brachiator:

    And if Mitt Romney gets the nomination, he may move back to his slightly more progressive Massachusetts governor views

    Yeah, he might. Tebow also might beat Manning for the starting job.

    If McCain didn’t feel confident enough about the base to move to the middle, I really doubt Willard does.

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    Paul in KY says:

    @Culture of Truth: I don’t think Peyton would want him there.

  57. 57
    rikyrah says:

    this was funny

  58. 58
    Corner Stone says:

    @Marcellus Shale, Public Dick: Not saying Tebow would be an overall “good” for Jacksonville, just saying it’s there or nowhere.

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    jl says:

    @Marcellus Shale, Public Dick:

    The fact that a man trying to unlimp in front of a review board would be an absurd pointless spectacle designed for no other purpose than to shame and deny care is the strongest point of comparison, IMHO.

    All of these vicious proposals have the same purpose. Even when they do appear to address some legitimate health related issue, there is some gimmick in it that turns it into a dishonest scheme to deny care. The health and life of the woman, and often the fetus, is irrelevant.

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    Corner Stone says:

    @Marcellus Shale, Public Dick:

    the jags are still developing gabbert, and henne just signed.

    And both these guys stink.
    Gabbert will never be an NFL QB, and Henne is at best a stop gap placeholder.

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    scav says:

    @Corner Stone:

    @Marcellus Shale, Public Dick:the jags are still developing gabbert, and henne just signed.

    But what about the frumious bandersnatch? !

    (sorry, Didn’t parse as English for a bit.)

  62. 62
    Corner Stone says:

    @scav:

    the frumious bandersnatch

    Per GOP diktat I’ve forsworn contact with any variety of snatch.

  63. 63
    WaterGirl says:

    I don’t follow football, but it’s difficult to be alive and breathing and not know that Tebow went to Colorado and it seemed that everyone who didn’t hate him, well… loved him.

    What happened?

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    Joseph Nobles says:

    I’d love to hear Santorum’s answer to this question: “Do you realize that the people attempting to get you to talk about something other than contraception are trying to help you?” Because I think he’s got the stones (in his head) to double down on even that.

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    Corner Stone says:

    @WaterGirl: Run first QB’s have very short life spans in the modern NFL.
    John Elway hated Tebow and wanted to transition away from Tebow style offense to a passing offense.
    Peyton gave him an easy transition because outside the most ardent Tebow fans, every other Bronco’s fan is going to say, “Hmmm, for Peyton? Let’s go for it!”
    Peyton will put at least as many butts in the seats as Tebow did, and if Peyton wins a couple games the whole TebowMania concept will be forgotten post ex facto qui sum haste.

  66. 66
    WaterGirl says:

    @Corner Stone:

    Thanks for the explanation.

    Not being a football person, I had to google john elway, and I found this great quote:

    Two of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history just hooked up on a “Go” route for the ages, and there’s no question which one feels like walking around with his arms raised to the heavens in celebration.

    Wow. Very funny! No love lost between Tebow and the person who wrote this article! :-)

  67. 67
    Mark S. says:

    @WaterGirl:

    Peyton Manning is a Hall of Fame QB who probably has 3 or 4 really good years left in him. Tim Tebow is a mediocre QB who in 3 or 4 years will be doing youtube videos with Kirk Cameron.

    This wasn’t a difficult decision for Elway and the Broncos.

  68. 68
    Corner Stone says:

    @WaterGirl:

    Not being a football person, I had to google john elway,

    True story: When The Aladdin ca$in0 still existed in Veg@$, I walked into the high roller p0ke her room and Elway was sitting at a table. I just kind of nodded at him and my friend and I walked away. My friend had no idea who Elway was, and not really a big deal because I’m not a star fucker, but it was still a little cool for a big football fan like myself.

  69. 69
    Corner Stone says:

    @WaterGirl: And further, Tebow is a physical specimen. Just a stud. But no kind of NFL QB. He has an awkward throwing motion you could hard boil eggs in the time his arm comes up top, his release is inconsistent so you never know where it’s going to go by the time it comes out, he gets bluffed into bad reads of the defense, he can’t check down because he has happy feet and can’t get set for a quick release, and like an early Michael Vick his brain is screaming at him to run first in times of confusing coverage.
    Tebow can run over pretty much any second level defensive coverage because he’s a solid 245 and doesn’t mind taking a hit.
    That was fine in college when he was as big and fast as any other team’s premier linebacker. But in the NFL every team has a Defensive End or two who are just as fast, can outrun Tebow sideline to sideline, and go to bed dreaming about hitting people so hard their grandpa feels it.

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    Marcellus Shale, Public Dick says:

    @Corner Stone:

    i don’t know if gabbert will turn into anything, but the jaguars invested a lot into him, so they have to at least give him a full off season in the facility.

    the point is, they have to go into it, looking at gabbert as the starter, and give him a full opportunity. bringing in tebow is just going to create a shit storm. its added pressure on a young kid who will either sink or swim.

    remember at the end of the day, those that will be creating a qb controversy on a daily basis will be doing it for a guy who will at best be marginal too.

  71. 71
    danielx says:

    @Cris (without an H):

    I thought it was a reference to an episode of Jersey Shore myself, but I don’t know any of the characters.

    @Mark S.:

    As a resident of that splendidly Republican city wherein reside the Colts, I’m sorry as hell that Peyton didn’t hang it up and retire for his family’s sake and because of everything he’s done for the city, including the children’s hospital that bears his name. What you say about three to four more years may be true. It’s also true that Peyton is one good hit from being the most highly paid paraplegic in NFL history.

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    SiubhanDuinne says:

    @scav:

    But what about the frumious bandersnatch? !

    Shunning would be indicated.

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    Corner Stone says:

    @Marcellus Shale, Public Dick:

    the point is, they have to go into it, looking at gabbert as the starter, and give him a full opportunity.

    They don’t have to actually do anything of the sort.
    What trade value does Gabbert have at this point? Who would take him for even a 5th or 6th round draft choice?
    The Jags have a new owner who probably wants to put butts in the seats. Gabbert isn’t going to do that. Henne isn’t either.

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    the fugitive uterus says:

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  75. 75
    the fugitive uterus says:

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