September 15, 2016
Guess what was named after Obama?
Under the title Feel Good Story of the Day byline, the indefatigable Dr. Hayward finds a true gem.
Other presidents have mountains named after them. They’re the namesakes for high schools, boulevards, space centers, libraries, airports, and elk. George Washington has the capital of our country named for him, for crying out loud.Dr. Hayward says:
Seems fitting to me. After all, Obama’s economic policies have slowed the pace of the American economy to that of a turtle.
No, it's not a turtle; read it and see! He finishes off strong:
Question for further research: Which extinct lizard will be named for Hillary?
May 9, 2016
Humorous Video of the once in a while
While searching for the "You got an F" video I commented with on jk's Libertarian-tard post, I found this one that also deserves sharing:
April 1, 2016
april's no fool
Friday funny; I don't have time, can someone FB this?!?
They demand CHANGE!
Everybody vote for your favorite: I'm torn between 7
We DEMAND that Stanford ends its use of European languages, since they are inherently colonialist. We recommend Xhosa, Zulu, and interpretive dance as alternatives for person-to-person communication.and 11 (for my youngest daughter)
WE DEMAND that the Math Department immediately cease reducing fractions, each having their own unique identities and experiences, to their lowest common denominators.
March 8, 2016
Did Somebody Say "Monotonous Din of Donald Trump?"
Three Sources apologizes for not posting enough of the awesome work of IBD's Michael Ramirez.
February 16, 2016
Ten minutes of safe space hilarity
Give it at least four minutes if you want to learn the PC term for "frat boys."
H/T: AEI's Carpe Diem blog
January 28, 2016
Politics has become a show sport, Trump is first on that ball this season, and I wonder if Bill Clinton was there firstest; either way, I'm glad someone in the GOP is taking the mantle up!
I LOVE the Gowdy cameo! I still like Cruz's jurisprudence, but one should give good theater it's due... I should note that Carly has already done this a couple of times as well. So, the stupid party is learning to use social media while the leading Democrat is still seeking the correct type of Pledge to wipe her server.... time's a changin' ?!?
September 10, 2015
It even rhymes!
August 21, 2015
Maybe not a side-splitter, but funnier than the Trumpisms bit from last week.
August 13, 2015
Trumpisms by non-Trumps
Funny? Maybe I'll try it again this evening, after a couple of beers.
May 12, 2015
"Keep me from the real world"
Who says all the good artists are on the liberal-progressive side of the philosophical divide? Well, maybe these are too, but at least they aren't afraid to enter a place "where other people have a say."
Barack Obama's foreign policy strategy is suddenly coming into focus.
November 27, 2014
"...and snacks and stuff."
The funniest stuff I've read in a long time is in this "article" on the California ballot initiative voters "approved" to build a high-speed rail line to Hawaii.
"This is a great day for California," says Walter Miller, leader of the Yes on 49 campaign. "Sure it's relatively easy and cheap to fly to Hawaii. But why would you want to take a 5-hour flight, when you can take a 15-hour train ride in an underground tube?"
October 31, 2014
Colorado dad with daughters sitcom
Having basically sworn off the sitcom genre since, I dunno, The Cosby Show, I hadn't heard of Last Man Standing until my brother-in-law finally suggested it. The latest episode 'School Merger' [sign in to your TV subscription provider required] features the grandson (with a enviro-leftist son-in-law father) dressed up as an "earth destroying" lump of coal for Halloween, and a reference to Governor Hickenlooper as a fictitious candidate (because, what, you expect me to believe that's a real name?)
Here's a taste that doesn't require authentication.
DVR'ing is recommended.
Did I mention that Mike's wife, Vanessa, is a geologist who works for a coal company? Har!
October 30, 2014
Imagine there's a paycheck
Have you seen the new Chipotle bag slogan, offering "people something to read while dining?"
Okay, I made that up from a collision of two stories about Chipotle this week:
Useful Idiots: Chipotle Espouses Communist Rhetoric On To-Go Bags from 'Tea Party News Network', and;
Chipotle workers say they work extra hours for no pay from CNN Money.
So is the bag slogan a proletarian fig-leaf for the Bourgeiose Chipotle corporatists? For its part I am critical of TPNN's take that "the Mexican grill took another step to the left by writing slogans on their bags that include plainly Communist rhetoric" with the slogan:
I wrote on their FB post, "Am I the only one who recognizes the difference between "no one must work" and "no one DOES work?"
March 28, 2014
Otequay of the Ayday
Only weeks after leaving office, Barack Obama discovers a leak under his sink, so he calls Joe the Plumber to come out and fix it. Joe drives to Obama's new house, which is located in a very exclusive gated community where all the residents make more than $250,000 per year. how much it will cost. Joe checks his rate chart and says, "$9,500." "What?! $9,500?" Obama asks, stunned,
A comment by "Ricky" to a Fiscal Times article, "Obamacare is a 'Haves and Have Nots' Health System"
HT: My darling dagny.
February 27, 2014
"She Didn't Build That!"
February 3, 2014
Love is in the air!
This Dodge Ram guy's favorite Super Bowl commercial? Chevy trucks.
I called it the PETA favorite.
January 28, 2014
What's your sexual orientation?
Gee whiz, this woman gives smug, self-righteous, potty-mouthed Prius owners a bad name.
July 4, 2013
4th of July Rap
Making the rounds on Facebook:
November 16, 2012
"Nut up or shut up"
"Someday very soon, life's little Twinkie gauge is gonna go ... empty."
Is it too late to get Twinkies added to the endangered species list? Where's the EPA when we really NEED it!
November 8, 2012
Quote of the Day II
From a comment to Kyle Smith's Finita La Commedia (RTWT). I pretty much agree with Kyle; as I noted in the comments below I am doing what I hereby acronym as GLG (Going Limited Galt). I will concentrate on family, local and state. As far as FedGov, haters gonna hate.
What could be more important to two people who love each other and want to spend their lives together than to have America’s federal government, through official bureaucratic processes and hence in some vague, attenuated, abstract, disembodied, impersonal and unintentional sense verify or certify their love, governmentally? What’s $16 trillion dollars of debt when compared to that?
October 29, 2012
Wheedon "endorses" Romney
Hey, lookie here Wheedon fans!
October 4, 2012
Presidential Debate Taiwanese Recap
Since KA still hasn't been trained to include the ThreeSources hashtag (repeat after me: #3src, #3src) and since some people don't know what they're missing on Twitter, and since it is AWESOME funny, I'm promoting this to embed.
September 28, 2012
Stupid Internet Comment of the Day
I did my best to come up with an optimistic answer to today's Libertario Delenda Est but except for "Libertarians don't vote" I couldn't do it. Instead I'll distract with humor in the form of a "Stupid Internet Comment of the Day."
While searching reports of Mitt Romney's Home Run Tuesday I read some comments on the HuffPo version of events. If you've already read my post highlighting the significance of Romney's statement this will be even more transparently stupid than it already is:
June 9, 2012
Aspiring Tax Slave
Yes, I know that Three Sources is an intellectual blog.
Yes, I know that all children have feelings.
Yes, I know that everyone in this photograph is caucasian.
No, I couldn't resist.
"Can't stop the signal, Mal."
June 8, 2012
It's a Woman
"I'm a big believer in stuff. It can be very comforting. You can't have too much stuff. You have too little storage space. (...) As you get older, you hang on to pieces of detritus that keeps you connected with the past. It breaks my heart when I see people selling comics collections they've spent a lifetime collecting.
April 29, 2012
We're Laughing With You, Not At You
December 23, 2011
Last Minute Gift Idea
The Refugee had been sweating .30 caliber, 150 grain bullets trying to think of the perfect gift for Mrs. Refugee. Along comes an ad on the local talk radio station, 850 KOA, for laser hair removal. "What better gift than a laser hair removal monthly subscription?" says the ad.
"Indeed!" thinks The Refugee. Won't the Little Mrs. be pleased when he presents her with an envelope, not for a day of luxurious spa and facial treatments, with an opportunity to get rid of that unwanted hair? And for just a little more, varicose veins and non-invasive fat removal! But that's not all - for a limited time they are offering a 2 for 1 special. What better way to spend a little romantic time together than getting those stubborn hairs lased?
"Perhaps they have side-by-side beds," thinks The Refugee with unrestrained anticipation. He can hardly wait to see the look on Mrs. Refugee's face!
Shhh... don't tell her... this has to be a surprise!
September 30, 2011
Gov. Christie: Clean, Articulate White Man...
If you followed the Rick Newman link below you've likely seen this but I couldn't resist promoting it.
... who can also be trusted to not call Republicans socialists?
September 14, 2011
View from the White House
And every other 'rat in Washington D.C.
August 14, 2011
Equal time for moms
It's not Mother's Day but in equal time (actually double the time) for the Dad Life video, here is Church on the Move's Mommy Rhapsody. They've coordinated it pretty well to the original lyrics.
I wonder if any of the participants noticed the irony of a morality play based on a song entitled 'Bohemian Rhapsody.'
July 22, 2011
The Dad Life
Can we have a little fun here? I got this in a (I think) hilarious e-card from dagny's sister for Father's Day. I've shared the link via email with a few friends over the past weeks but wasn't sure if I should post it for fear of copyright infringment. Come to learn that the card company stole it too - from a place called COTM*. So here's the Youtube. My kids and I have almost all of it memorized after "dozens and dozens" of plays.
* COTM is Church On The Move. A hip little modern ministry out of Tulsa, OK. Good for them, although I had to start skipping ahead when they said "being a real dad is about self-sacrifice, it's about putting the people that we love first and taking care of them" and then some song about sinners. [If you do it for your own satisfaction then it isn't sacrifice. If you don't get satisfaction from putting your family first then don't become a dad.] Awesome vid though.
December 23, 2010
Why is Ricky Gervais an Atheist?
Another question I didn't know I needed the answer to is, "Who is Ricky Gervais?" But the internet dropped it in my lap so I read it. There are some funny lines. Like this:
So what does the question "Why don’t you believe in God?" really mean. I think when someone asks that they are really questioning their own belief. In a way they are asking "what makes you so special?" "How come you weren’t brainwashed with the rest of us?" "How dare you say I’m a fool and I’m not going to heaven, f--- you!"
Not necessarily as deep as Christopher Hitchens but more fun.
April 1, 2010
Metal Repair Spray
OnlineMetals' patented "Cut Away!" Metal Repair Spray A product that allows you to instantly repair and reverse any mistakes you've made while cutting your material.
This stuff looks pretty cool. I don't know if they carry it at Home Depot or even McGuckin's yet so you'll have to order yours online here.
August 26, 2009
To the tune of 'The Candy Man'
"The government takes, everything we make;
There's no embed option so you'll have to follow this link and click on 'The Government Can' for the video.
Hat tip: The Mike Rosen radio show, 850 KOA Denver.
August 10, 2009
Who's in YOUR wallet?
I love this co-opting of 'Capital One' simply by changing the spelling...
April 28, 2009
And now for something completely different
dagny and I thought this emailed "Governmentium" joke was funny enough to post, even though it's been around for years. I'll not reprint it but instead link to another blog that posted it in '07. There are also some good comments there.
April 3, 2009
Beware, Three Sourcers!
This should send a cold shiver down the spine of every Three Sourcer: The FTC is cracking down on blog endorsements.
...the Financial Times reports, the government consumer watchdog will be cracking down on people who post false statements ...
The Refugee hereby recinds and disavows all of the nice things he's ever said about anyone on these pages.
February 18, 2009
Fix the Fence
Three contractors are bidding to fix a broken fence at the White
All three go with a White House official to examine the fence. The
The Tennessee contractor also does some measuring and figuring, then
The Chicago contractor doesn't measure or figure, but leans over to
The official, incredulous, says, "You didn't even measure like the
The Chicago contractor whispers back, "$1000 for me, $1000 for you,
"Done!" replies the government official.
And that, my friends, is how the new stimulus plan will work.
Hat tip: johngalt's Kansas uncle
November 13, 2008
For Immediate Release
This post is to announce -- with the permission of fellow bloggers -- that Three Sources intends to apply with the Federal Reserve to become a bank holding company.
October 2, 2008
Achmed the Dead Terrorist
If you need a good yuk, this is funny stuff. In the process of being banned around the world.
June 17, 2008
Obama the Uniter?
If Barack Obama is elected president, he will unite liberals and conservatives on one respect: both will agree that the result is an "obamanation."
July 20, 2007
The John Edwards Road to One America Poverty Tour
June 2, 2006
In Dar al Harb...
David Burge has a (satirical) list of Ten Things You Can Do To Save The Planet if you are concerned, after watching Gore's "An Inconvenient Truth:"
3. Crush a Third World economic development movement. One of the most pressing threats facing our environment is rising incomes in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Only a generation ago, these proud dark people were happily frolicking in the rain forest, foraging for organic foods amid the wonders of nature. Now, corrupted by wealth, they are demanding environmentally hazardous consumer goods like cars and air conditioning and malaria medicine. You can do your part to stop this dangerous consumer trend by supporting environmentally aware leaders like Robert Mugabe and Fidel Castro to foster an economy of sustainable low-impact ecolabor camps. ... 8. Phase out the entertainment industry by 2011. If there is one sector of our economy that typifies America's obscene energy waste, it is the entertainment industry. Every year untold gigawatts are consumed to power studio kleig lights, theater projectors, popcorn machines, and multi-city concert tours, with no discernable benefit to society. With your help, this destructive drag on our environment can be reversed within five years. Do your part by pledging to greenlight only those films that have recycled or incomprehensible story lines, and by signing preachy and unlistenable musical acts. By purging the entertainment market of its dangerous popular appeal, you will be reducing the public's desire to make wasteful and expensive SUVs trips to their local concert halls, cineplexes and video stores.
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