Archive for the ‘Boobus’ Category
Here it is, for all of those adults who relish and glorify the cereal life. A gathering of greatness.
Don’t blame the people at General Mills – these marketing types are near brilliant, and they know exactly what they are doing. An article in Advertising Age showcases the effort on the part of the cereal maker to appeal to the American adult juvenile set. The percentage of Lucky Charms consumers who are adults has [...]
Enjoy the show: Walmartians fighting over cheap towels on Black Friday. Yet ask anyone who has ever had a garage sale about how you cannot sell brand new $5 towels for 50 cents without a long line and a tramplefest. On the same topic, Mark Dice has some fun heckling the Black Friday zombie apocalypse. [...]
I was on the way to northern Michigan yesterday morning, and along the way I passed some mega malls along I-75 on the outskirts of the Detroit Metro area. It looked like tent city – tents and people everywhere, waiting for the doors of Best Buy, and similar places, to open. On the way back, [...]
On Thursday’s LewRockwell.com, David Gordon’s hilarious book review of the new book from the Cato Institute’s new president was published. David quoted a passage from John A. Allison’s book, The Financial Crisis and the Free Market Cure: Why Pure Capitalism is the World’s Only Hope. Writes David: This book contains the oddest sentence I have [...]
My new article is up on LewRockwell.com. It’s about the Retardocracy and their obsession with communication and association(!) by way of texting.
As I often note, here’s another peek at the rapid disintegration of adult maturity. The Boobus Infantile Idiocracy has attracted the attention of the Mail Online, a mag that loves this kinda stuff. You can even forget the funny story – just look at the photos. The photo of Harry Styles in an infant outfit [...]
Going out in public is a perpetual onslaught of negative externalities. So many people cannot walk or perform basic functions. Walking from the parking lot to the store has become the “new marathon.” Half the grocery shopper population has to lean on their grocery carts in order to keep the wheels turning. So many people [...]
An old-but-new scheme has landed upon the shores of the American Diet Wasteland: the feeding-tube-up-your-nose, drop-weight-quick weight loss plan for women who want to fool themselves for the one very expensive day of their life. A reader, Bill, writes me to say: Here’s the latest for those neurotic brides-to-be out there: the K-E Diet. As unbelievable as [...]
The latest soon-to-be disorder: habitual texting, or, sleep texting. People who can’t stop texting, even in their sleep. This is supposedly the consequence of a “busy life.” So now, obsessive, bored, do-nothing teenagers who text all day long are described as having “busy lives?” How about “bored lives?” Note the young girl in the video was [...]