The salvo of documentaries about global warming, endangered ecosystems, animal cruelty, factory farming, and everything else covered by the green umbrella is smothering. Even worse, the more environmentalism documentaries we watch, the more we cultivate the afraid yet political mien of Hillary Clinton.
As a reader of Animus, you know that becoming too awesome is a surefire way to lose that bar-stool quality that can’t be salvaged simply by sitting on a bar stool—not even if you joke about how to fit four gay dudes on a bar stool. So in order to cultivate a common touch, we purveyors
The Winter Olympics is a time for good will, harmony, and most fittingly, criticizing the Olympians for having the prowess of Special Olympians minus the retard strength. Although Boulder types will lecture on Bode Miller’s impressive coordination despite a heroic intake of marijuana, glorified sledding is a far cry from guarding Lamar Odom, especially from
An idea that unites all people, like the number 5 unites 25 and 30, is democracy. Indeed, if Rush Limbaugh and Michael Moore ever agree on an issue, it’s the importance of democracy, or how being able to see your penis is totally lame.
In the year 2010… … Due to the popularity of MTV’s Jersey Shore, the phrase “for all the rice in China” will fall out of favor for the phrase “for all the grease in Jersey.” … Gene Simmons will buy a 787 Dreamliner and hire strippers for stewardesses. He’ll call it the Wet Dreamliner.
As a snob and contrarian, I’m loath to admit that my commitment to NBC prime time on Thursdays is religious. I wouldn’t sacrifice a goat to Tina Fey, but in this, the golden age of television (thank you, Matt Groening), it is the best night on television, though not without criticism.