For those with vaginas

From the filmmakers:

Of course, this form of collective bargaining is a mere formality. Without basic medical care, women get UTIs, yeast infections, and all sorts of fun stuff that will prevent them from having sex.

So gents, while those of you who oppose funding for women’s healthcare aren’t literally cutting off your noses to spite your faces, there are anatomical equivalents that you are welcome to fill into that metaphor. Waytogo, geniuses.

By Andy Cobb and Katie Halper
Based on a concept by Katie Halper

Directed by Andy Cobb
Produced by Michael Damanskis

For more satire by Andy Cobb: http://www.AndyCobbOnline.com
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For more by Katie Halper:
http://www.KateHalper.com
Katie Halper on Twitter: @kthapls

Glenn Beck poes it up like TamTamPamela

Only he’s not a poe (or is he?). He’s definitely a jerk.

He said that the earthquake might be a message from god.

Says Beck-a-poo:

“There’s a message being sent. And that is, ‘Hey, you know that stuff we’re doing? Not really working out real well. Maybe we should stop doing some of it.’ I’m just saying.”

Don’t take my word for it. Listen here. You can also listen to his opportunism to plug food insurance here.

If Beck were smart, he’d take TamTamPamela’s lead and hang up his dunce cap.

TamTamPamela fesses up to being a GIGANTIC douche poe

The young woman who enraged the entire world in what seemed like minutes yesterday came “clean” today confessing to the gross crime of Poe diddling. Apparently she didn’t really think god caused the earthquake in Japan.

Here’s her confession and here’s my sincere disappointment that anyone would behave like that. I was duped too. What measure of “taking it back” should I go to?

 

Striking image from Japan

I saw this image on reddit, and I had to repost it here. This damn earthquake has to be a devastating trial of the will.

On a local radio station, the DJ was talking about how gracious and humbling the Japanese people are. She talked about how the people were largely selfless, and that there are umpteen stories about how polite they are even in some awful situations.

“Yeah,” I said to myself. “Aren’t they considered atheist by some standards?”

Some quick google searches showed otherwise. I’m not going to dig into it, but isn’t Japan considered more atheistic? What am I missing?

Maybe I’ll do my next show and tell on religion in Japan.