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00dozo said…
Okay, the Python reference slayed me. lol
jannaverse said…
Yay, with WiFi instead of dial-up, I can actually see these without having to wait an hour!

I try to stay clear of politics, so a lot of the political humor is usually lost on me. Even so, I loved the fourth one down because it reminded me of Monty Python and The Holy Grail. ("I'm not dead yet... I don't want to go on the cart.... I think I'll go for a walk...")

Also I liked the pestilence one. And, by "liked", I mean I thought "Oh... look, a guy riding a big giant worm... and I just got done eating a McDonalds cheeseburger.")
nonamedufus said…
"Bring out your dead"
nonamedufus said…
Staying clear of politics is an excellent idea. It can really lead to higher blood pressure.

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