Since Team Romney’s understanding of the use of venn diagrams is hazier than a Bain Capital tax return, Mitt, Venn and Now has stepped up to help demonstrate just what these clever charts are meant to do. Williard, kindly have a seat and put your dunce cap back on.
Weirdly prescient 1987 sitcom predicted the death of Muammar Gaddafi.
There was no shortage of crappy, short-lived genre shows in the 1980s, but only one of them accidentally predicted the death year of a newly deceased Libyan strongman.
In this bizarre scene from the pilot of the 1987 “guy comes back from the afterlife to make amends” series Second Chance, St. Peter tosses Gaddafi into the bowels of Hell in the far-off year of 2011. [Via Buzzfeed]
Fox News UK’s Don Ronson reporting from the front line at the Occupy London Stock Exchange protest and meeting the ‘proto-fascist hippy-sludge’ head on.
Children’s cartoons usually present idyllic worlds full of innocence and wonder. Even when there’s some darkness, strife or conflict within them, the universes themselves are quirky, adventurous and just generally a hell of a lot more fun than this shitball we all spin around on. Except that’s not always the whole story: If you dig a little deeper, you’ll find that some kids’ shows are actually taking place in dystopian hell dimensions that make our world look like Candyland.