kitteh jokes are funny

February 28, 2012

Picture of a kitty wearing some kind of thing on its head reads, “Help me Obi Wan.” 

Picture of cat, on a leash, reads: “NOPE.” 

Via Tastefully Offensive

Hipstamatic hair matches the corporate color

February 28, 2012


Standing in line for the ATM, I felt compelled to get this shot of the girl in front of me.

a graphic I’m working on

February 28, 2012

I saw this in my head while I was running yesterday. It’s not working out like I’d like.

But I’m enjoying where it’s going.

Tina had a tough time figuring out what it said, exactly. So don’t feel all hurt if you’re like, “Whut.”


See you next Tuesday Nooner: Democrats for Santorum

February 28, 2012

About the video:

Uploaded by  on Feb 27, 2012

Democrats: Vote Santorum. For now. Really enjoy it.

To any who oppose such tactics on moral grounds, one might ask if they’re part of the same group of people who oft bemoan the passive, compromise-y tactics of the current administration. Be the change you’ve been waiting for, and so forth.

To those who say Santorum is an actual threat in national polls because Rasmussen has him up by three amongst left-handed seniors or whatever: whatever. Careful observers will note that in a field of candidates this jaw-droppingly lame, everybody gets a taste of sweet sweet candy–if only for a moment.…

An elderly woman bathing en plein air

February 28, 2012

Perhaps you just want to make up your own story about this image. And that’s what I might do, too.

But for the story behind it, and some personal thoughts, I’ll let you decide whether to dip below the fold or not.

Read the rest of this entry »

George W:

February 28, 2012


When I saw Oscar post this to Facebook, I wanted it. But then George W. beat me to it, so I am lazily reblogging from him.
Thanks, guys!

Originally posted on Misplaced Grace:


There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been.  The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that “my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.”

-Isaac Asimov

That about sums it up.

Via Facebook (Thanks Oscar!)

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Hooking Kids on Sex II. Who’s obsessed with sex?

February 28, 2012

Planned Parenthood’s business model is the same a drug dealers. Planned Parenthood wants to teach your kids masturbation … because they don’t figure that stuff out on their own.

Oh. My.

This video will blow your mind.

About the video:

Uploaded by AmericanLifeLeague on Feb 27, 2012

Planned Parenthood exposes children to sexual material in order to seed a generation of sex addicts, who will become future customers for the abortion giant. This report exposes Planned Parenthood’s sex-education programs, using images from Planned Parenthood’s own websites, social networks, and events.

Visit to help stop the madness.


Oh no, WordPress, that fresh press is a bit offensive!

February 27, 2012

#wordpress @wordpress

Check out the above screen capture from’s Freshly Pressed page.

See anything that stands out (note: see bright red circle with arrow).

It appears that plus-sized actress Octavia Spencer appears in a photo above the words, “Oscars 2012 – Winners” and below that it reads, “The Happiest Cow.”

Now, a smart person might think that the blog that posted about the Oscars is called, “The Happiest Cow.”

But a silly, juvenile reader might see that and think someone is calling a slightly overweight (but way freaking cute) Oscar Winner, The Happiest Cow.

And it’s for this reason I submit this post. Respectfully. Humorously.

And with the greatest of intentions.

(This post should secure Cafe Witteveen as the only blog to NEVER, EVER get a Freshly Pressed billing).



Bert and Ernie are about to take your childhood and dash it all over the rocks

February 27, 2012

Remember when you were little and your cute little imagination gave your action figures, dolls, My Little Ponies, or whatever, voices.

I mean, those of us who didn’t get a Teddy Ruxpin anyway.

Check out the new augmented reality toys that Qualcomm is going to release soon that will render your childhood imagination a bit of an antique.

Seriously, though, this toy has nothing on Socrates, who predicted (probably the wrong word) that writing would encourage forgetfulness.

According to this post at TYWKIWDBI, Socrates wrote:

[Writing] will introduce forgetfulness into the soul of those who learn it: they will not practice using their memory because they will put their trust in writing, which is external and depends on signs that belong to others, instead of trying to remember from the inside, completely on their own. You have not discovered a potion for remembering, but for reminding; you provide your students with the appearance of wisdom, not with its reality. Your invention will enable them to hear many things without being properly taught, and they will imagine that they have come to know much while for the most part they will know nothing. And they will be difficult to get along with, since they will merely appear to be wise instead of really being so.”

Video via The Daily What

I know humans with the same problem

February 27, 2012

Photo of a cat sitting on a rocky beach gazing out over the water reads, “Frank looked out over the majestic rocky coast bathed in the grandeur of the setting sun … and he thought of nothing, because he’s a cat.” 

Via Tastefully Offensive


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