This one’s a dilly. Jimmy Kimmel slices to the root clausens. You might say he knows the sour, as he’s climbed the Mt. Olive. His response is vlassic.

Watch him gherkin Alex Jones around.

Elsewhere, Bob and Chez earn their bread and butter.

Video via Raw Story.

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Empty suits as far as the eye can see.

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No, not the science fiction story. This:

The summer school students plopped down on an orange mat and listened as teacher Elizabeth Fraley read aloud to them from a book. As she pointed out different animals, they took turns pinning the lion and polar bear pictures on a corkboard.

They had already gone through parts of a book – front cover, back cover, spine – as they sat outside on the grass in Santa Monica. People walked by with their dogs. One floated past on a hoverboard.

The children, ranging in age from 3½ to 5, were engaged in more serious pursuits. They were at KinderPrep, a $1,000, weeklong boot camp designed to prepare them for the rigors of kindergarten.

Words fail me.

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She pulled over the check that she had not forgotten her prescription and she got shared.

. . . she heard the car door behind her open.

A young woman was already seating herself in the back of Sue Ellen’s sedan and a young man was about to open the rear door on the passenger side.

“I think you have the wrong car,” she said – pleasantly, I’m sure. That’s the kind of person Sue Ellen is.

“Oh, then you’re not our Uber driver?” the young woman asked.

We are a society of stupid.

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You can’t make this stuff up.

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Who would have possibly guessed that “McDonald’s” and “fitness” don’t mix well?

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Two pairs of ladies' trouser, the larger one labeled "Size 0.5" and the slightly smaller one labeled "Size XL."
Here’s more proof that the fashion industry hates women.

The larger pair of pants shows “Size 0,5.” The slightly smaller pair shows “Size XL.”

Words fail me.

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You can’t make this stuff up.

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17 August 2016 · Comments Off on A Distinction without a Difference · Categories: Republican Hypocrisy, Too Stupid for Words, Too Venal for Words

Republican breaks new ground in weasel words.

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17 August 2016 · Comments Off on Droning On · Categories: Clone Wars, Too Stupid for Words

It won’t be long before some boy kills someone with his toy.

An emergency helicopter carrying an car crash victim to hospital in Austria narrowly avoided a mid-air collision with a drone that flew within metres of the craft.

The drone was spotted by the helicopter pilot at the last second and he was able to steer the aircraft out of the way and prevent a collision.

Toy boy is as yet unidentified.

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15 August 2016 · Comments Off on Twits on Twitter · Categories: Geek Stuff, Too Stupid for Words

Don’t even think about it.

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14 August 2016 · Comments Off on “An Armed Society Is a Polite Society” · Categories: Gunnuttery, Too Stupid for Words

Politeness is a snap(chat).

Regina Powell told deputies Monday she accidentally shot her right hand with her uncle’s gun while trying to Snapchat video on her cellphone.

She said while taking the videos in the garage, she pulled the trigger on the firearm, and accidentally shot her cellphone and right hand.

No selfie awareness whatsoever.

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13 August 2016 · Comments Off on Pokemon Go and the Pixels of Power · Categories: Geek Stuff, Too Stupid for Words

At Psychology Today Blogs, Liraz Margalit explores the fascination of a fantasy world.

. . . playing Pokémon Go can fulfill an everlasting fantasy. Walking through the streets fighting monsters that pop up unexpectedly out of nowhere can easily drive our imagination to assume the masterful role of superhero or warrior, fulfilling a fantasy and giving our senses and emotions an otherworldly experience. Such games boost adrenaline levels and awaken strong feelings of power—as well as frustration, gratification and enjoyment.

She left out the part about the stupid.

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03 August 2016 · Comments Off on It’s Bubblelicious · Categories: Gunnuttery, Political Theatre, Too Stupid for Words

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30 July 2016 · Comments Off on Great Moments in Marketing · Categories: Beyond Beyond the Fringe, Too Stupid for Words

Bringing new meaning to the term, “window shopping.”

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