Fuck yeah! Quiet Company’s new video is out!


Quiet Company, the band you know you love, has a new video out for a brand-spanking new song called, “The Emasculated Man and the City That Swallowed Him”.

It’s a great video with a bit of a message. And — to top it off — it’s a great song.

I’m a wee tired of looking down at our favorite vocalist and musician slash friend of the blog Taylor Muse. It leads me to believe this video was directed by the same person as previous ones.

I’m not a fan of looking at front men as if they are inferior and above angles do just that.

But for the most part, it’s got that Hitchcockian effort of a story told all in the same room.

You could freak out, but you might like it, too.

Give the song a whirl.

I think you’ll like it.

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Inebriation would make this incredibly more entertaining


Put some plastic on your floors, because this is going to blow your mind.

Also of note, the clip below the fold of Joe Biden and his recommendation for women to carry double barrel shot guns. The best part of the clip is the compilation of women shooting firearms. It’s comedy gold.

Oh, and that Joe Biden, what an ignorant douche bag.

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Pissed-off women’s group shows up to the first amendment party several decades late


This article from The Hill about concernstipated group of women called, “Women for America” about SNL’s parody of Djesus Uncrossed is expressing just how ignorant they are.

And they seem to be proud of it.

Of course, there’s this generally redundant opening:

A conservative Christian women’s group said Tuesday that “Saturday Night Live” intended to “degrade and taunt” with a video short that appeared on last weekend’s show called “DJesus Uncrossed” — a faux Quentin Tarantino revenge film starring a resurrected Jesus Christ.

The group said the late-night show wouldn’t dare be that irreverent with Islam.

You’re not properly pissed if you don’t jab at someone for not making fun of Islam.

But the kicker of the article is this line:

“The First Amendment protects their right to offend, and it also protects our right to complain to NBC and the advertisers that sponsor SNL,” Nance said. “Funny how that works both ways.”

Funny how it works both ways? Who is just learning that free speech goes both ways?

Or multiple ways?

How about multiple ways, Women for America?

Let me draw you a map. You’re upset at SNL’s free speech. You complain. I read that your brain capacity is the size of a molecule of dust, and I am appalled whilst hiding behind free speech to make that judgement.

It’s a great day.

So the next time you stumble across a Woman for America sitting at her bitty desk drawing with crayons, pat her on the shoulder and say it looks great.

Ask, “What is that?”

Wait for her response. When she gives one, say, “Oh, that’s a unicorn? … That’s a good unicorn. [Pause] Is that a rainbow? [Pause] That’s not a rainbow? It’s a cow? Oh, neat.”

Then hand them the Indigo crayon and tell her to draw some sky.

She’d be super creative at that.

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Thanks for the heads up, Aaron!