Posts Tagged with "NSFW"

Kids, Don’t Do Drugs

April 3rd, 2015 at 5:28 pm by Mark
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I’ve popped the tops off of plenty of ketchup and mustard, and quite honestly, I wouldn’t mind facing a Federal pension. 😉

Warning: NSFW (Language)

Something Extra in Your Sandwich (NSFW)

January 17th, 2014 at 9:35 pm by Mark
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The least he could do is eat it. The best he could do is finish.

I don't think I can eat this sandwich...

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How to Avoid Date Rape [NSFW]

August 9th, 2012 at 12:13 pm by Michelle
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Writing this on your midriff with a Sharpie™ is most effective when wearing a Valtrex t-shirt.

Cunnilingus: You’re Doing It Wrong

July 26th, 2012 at 9:23 pm by Mark
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Barry was utterly baffled at the bizarre request his wife had made the night before, but in the interest of marital harmony, he begrudgingly decided to surprise her as she returned home from work that afternoon. Still, as with every other act of kindness, he was certain she’d find fault with it…

SOPA & PIPA: A Historical Perspective (NSFW)

January 21st, 2012 at 2:31 am by Mark
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Everyone’s apparently forgotten about Clinton’s 1995 Communications Decency Act, which was an unconstitutionally vague few paragraphs of the larger Clinton Communication Act which left most anything on the Internet open to being listed as “indecent” and requiring an immediate takedown.

Everyone’s also forgotten about Clinton’s attempted 1997 and 1998 Intellectual Property & Copyright Acts, which ended up coming down so hard on online music sharing community, Napster. Further, people forgot the fight against Clinton’s 2000 Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the fisticuffs in Congress that made our politicians look as bad as a meeting at Japanese Parliament.

In the end for SOPA & PIPA, logic prevailed. The bills weren’t shelved due to someone in Congress not being able to get their dose of LOLcats for a day, but rather because it’s all happened before, and they knew this would play out about as well as a re-run of a bad 90’s soap opera.

Still, it made me a bit nostalgic for the Internet culture of the 90’s where, rather than utilizing heavy-handed activism, the Internet lashed out in more creative ways:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfAVT4eSRVQ

Taking sites offline against to rage against the mere possiblity that SOPA & PIPA might pass made about as much sense as the age-old quote, “Fighting for Peace is like F#$*ing for Chastity.”

To some degree, this sort of belligerent activism reminded me of last years Facebook meme, “Change your online avatar to a cartoon character to end child abuse!” It was a completely empty gesture, and besides, given my penchant for Bloom County, Calvin & Hobbes and my own silly comic strip from the early 90’s, it’s completely apparent that I was solely responsible for eradicating child abuse in 1994…