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People love lists. There is no denying that. I hate very-near everything but, I've gotta admit, if I see a list anywhere within my field of vision, you can be damn certain I'm going to read the shit out of it. I'm so in love with lists, in fact, that I'm willing to wager even the most uninteresting of events will become mindblowingly fascinating when ranked from 1 to 10 (and ar Read more »
CBS is at it again! The network that brought you “Decreasingly Attractive People Stranded on an Island with Nothing to Do But Talk About Food They Don’t Have” (Survivor) and “People That Couldn’t Make It On To “Decreasingly Attractive People Stranded on an Island with Nothing to Do But Talk About Food They Don’t Have” But Settled for Being Stuck in a House Full of Cameras With No Activities of Any Kind” (Big Brother) is now the center of controversy Read more »
According to the Internet’s most trusted site for important and accurate news, Worthy, Weird, and Wacky, Ray Scott, a “burly 64-year-old retiree”, has won the New Hampshire Rock, Paper, Scissors title. Here’s the link: Old Dude RPS Champ. But I think I pretty much gave you all of the important information. Read more »
If you didn’t already know, “Web 2.0″ is the term everyone’s using to hide the fact that all the good domain names are taken. Oh, they’ll feed you some line of B.S. about “moving desktop applications to the web,” but the fact remains that a good domain is rarer than soap on a Frenchman. Here’s proof: Read more »
For years, medical patients have been forced to cope not only with their illnesses, but their ignorance towards the verbiage used by those treating them. Today, I say to you with great joy AND ambitious fury, “IT’S TIME TO TAKE THE POWER BACK!” Read more »
When James Wolfensohn became the ninth World Bank president in May 2005, it knocked rock star/budding economist Bono Vox out of the running. While some believed Bono would have been a sound choice to serve this important role, we feel he'd be better suited as director of the International Monetary Fund.
What are some of Bono's proposed IMF reforms? Read more »
Hey folks. Skipjack here, your resident music expert (for the next few hours)! And while bloggers everywhere are scrambling to make their best-of lists for 2006, I've got to get something off my chest.
Let's face it: a lot of today's music suckles the proverbial donkey taint. So while MP3 bloggers out there are scrambling over themselves to identify the top 50 albums of '06 — most of them flash-in-the-pan hippies from Montreal with "wolf" in their name — we at iLaugh have decided to identify just what it is that blows so hard, and so enthusiastically, about today's music. Read more »
Remember our last entry? Well, if you're an Indian woman, you probably didn't remember your last entry either! But we here at iLaugh Comic Industries just couldn't leave this story alone.
So the Indians, they have lamentably small penii. But what does this mean for the rest of us — that is, the (relatively) enormous-wanged non-Indians in the crowd? Read more »
We here at iLaugh have decided to compile the top ten movies for, of, and by computer servers.
Enjoy. Read more »