Friday, September 17, 2010

Mythbusters and Republicans

"Mythbusters" is a show on the Discovery Channel that combines science and technology with a very odd sense of humor to test popular myths and urban legends.  Personally, I really like the show, it keeps my inner nerd entertained, and I can at least make the argument that it's educational.

Anyway, the bloggers at IMAO have a similarly-odd sense of humor as the Mythbusters creators, so it makes sense that they would use the show for inspiration for one of their latest pieces:

To give you a preview, this is the photo they use to represent the Ron Paulies:

Yes, that's a tin-foil hat
...and for those of you who have not read it already, please check out IMAO's infamous essay, "Nuke the Moon."  Calm down, people, it's just a satire.  


  1. "Just a satire?" You're sure he isn't just pretending it's satire to lull us all into complacency?

  2. Yeah, most likely just a satire. I am almost 100% sure our current administration would never do anything like nuking the moon that might hurt someone's feelings, violate political correctness, or fail to create any union jobs.

  3. But if we nuke the moon, that might affect the tides, and then we'll need more union-built levies.

  4. LOL. Yeah, you probably have a point.

    Love your blog, by the way. Conservative politics + a solid dose of sarcasm = good stuff.


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