Levity to the contest?
Anyone want to throw potential captions for this photographic gem of Hillary, taken by Reuters?
“You ‘da man, dawg. No, no, you, yes, you ‘da man, daaaaawg.”
“I will cram the most fake emotion I can into one pose until I win the California primary.”
Any other suggestions?
If you don’t know what ‘Super Tuesday’ is or question what that acronym ‘GOTV’ stands for, don’t worry, your prayers are answered.
, one of the most trusted sources on the internet – used by University of Penn grad students and Inquirer reporters – has taken on the political.Its two most recently added definitions are the two phrases previously mentioned, meaning that you can finally go to the same place to find out what ‘Billary’ means as you can for definitions like “Air Conditioner Booty.”
If a momentous day approaches, in today’s world that always means there are plenty of hilarious nonsense that people with lots of time on their hands post on Youtube. This can only mean one responsible, mature thing can be done. Display, vote and choose the worst video posted!!
Here are my three favorites, in a scale of ‘good-God-I-want-those-precious-moments-of-my-life-back.”
“CitizenTube” entered a Youtube contest and knew the best way to get anyone interested in politics is techno music. Thank you, “CitizenTube,” thank you.
I want to make fun of “LILVOKA” but this video has already been viewed more than 80,000 times! Are 80,000 bloggers posting him in their own blogs for its own sheer innocent ridiculousness!? Who is “LILVOKA” talking to!?
You couldn’t have a contest like this without a Ron Paul Revolutionary. This cat’s beard is good, the art is great but seriously, doesn’t this video look like something before you drink the Kool Aid?
Canine solicitation has been criminalized.
The signature item at Temple University’s fourth annual Owl Club auction, held on Saturday, was a cute golden retriever puppy, in addition to Wing Bowl passes, Philadelphia Eagles tickets, and golf packages with Temple football Head Coach Al Golden.
Turns out, though, that only a licensed kennel can sell a dog, as the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
So while proceeds from the auction benefit Temple athletics, including the reported $700 that women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley paid for the dog, Temple might run into more trouble, as they face a citation for the infraction.