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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Carnival of Comedy Number 33

Welcome to Right Wing Testimonial for the Thirty-Third Weekly Carnival of Comedy. Now, don’t be offended if your entry wasn’t placed in the highest rating; I don’t claim to have a great sense of humor. But, unlike Blond Sagacity, I will do my duty as Carnival Host.

This is a great honor for Right Wing Testimonial. I worked long and hard to see this day come to fruition. Nah, I really just happened to write Frank J. before anybody else (so, I guess Comcast High Speed Internet gets the honors here). But in all seriousness, I'm proud of my little blog and how it’s grown over the past few months, and I view this event as an important opportunity, and perhaps, a sign of things to come.


Note: I’m very very very sorry I can’t have all the submissions ready. In fact, you could say I’m very very very very sorry. But alas, my computer is malfunctioning and, since I have school tomarrow, I doubt I’ll be able to meet the two o’clock deadline. I’ll work through lunch and WILL have every one posted by four at the latest. My sincerest apologies to those whose entries are added late. (If anybody wants to post their own link in the comments if I haven't got to you, please do).

I Swear It’s Funny! (Really funny)

I'm afraid onlyDimmerSwitch himself can describe his discussion of the strategic value of his cubical. This is probably the funniest in the bunch (at least for Xbox afficiando's), and it's a darn shame I lost it. Read it and say something nice to make him feel better: My Office, the Impenetrable Fortress

The Nose On Your Face writes a poem for Tookie (its probably not really that funny, but after everything else I’ve read, my standards have slid): Are You There God? It’s Me, Tookie.

Rampaging gangs of “assault deer” terrorizing mall Santas? Tommy has the truth: Rampaging Dear

Jim "Suldog" Sullivan presents If I Am Elected... laying out his presidential platform (it includes a giant, bomb-proof, aqueduct-irrigated plastic bubble over the United States). And everyone who comments on his blog gets to be a General. [LANGUAGE]

Many people have seen the photos of Cindy Sheehan at her book signing, and commented on the size of the audience present. Radioactive Liberty's secret investigative reporters have uncovered the truth behind the events: The Truth About Cindy’s Book Signing

Approach The Bench (Sorta Funny/ Funny)

Having lost her soon-to-be-ex-husband to the Republicans, Peace Moonbeam decided to infiltrate their society with the intent of ultimately subverting it toward more noble, liberal ideals: The Party Faithful

With the great increase in Mexican immigrants into the United States, the USDA has released a new Spanish language version of the food pyramid, reproduced by Point Five as a Public Service: USDA Introduces New Mexican Food Pyramid

Pererro explains why he never got any presents from santa or his “Socialist Elves”: I never got any presents from him when I was little anyway

Dean Abbot of Inspired By a True Story has some trouble getting Directions (Note to self: do NOT, under any circumstances, use RandMcnally: Lost

Sophist Pundit examines his sitemeter and comes to some peculiar conclusions about his core readership. Check it out: Reaching out to my base

Jack Cluth tells us how someone hanged (yes- it’s hanged) Ole’ Saint Nick, and recounts some childhood memories: Another Dumb*** Award Weiner [(Borderline) Language Warning]

Ironman rehashes and debunks an old urban legend involving high-speed, thawed-chicken launchers: Remember to Thaw the Chicken

Bob at Either Or quotes an article describing the Canadian Prime Minister’s plan to expend three trillion dollars to fund a program to fuel cars from sewage. (As if Traffic jams weren’t bad enough…) New alternative fuel programme announced

Holly Aho, A Soldier’s Angel, explains how her husband’s short-term memory loss can be fun: Short Term Memory Loss Is Exciting

Ian Wood shows us how Howard Dean will bring peace (just look at his head!) Astonished Head # 47

ROFASix Details the story of a couple caught copulating in coach: Join the Mile High Club for $34,000 [Not Child Safe]

Brother’s Dimm thinks the Associated Press is on Drugs (Like we didn’t know that already…): Brothers Dim: Fun With the AP Vol. 3

Bard’s Eye View mourns the loss of comedian Richard Prior and offers up some Shakespearian Humor: Hamlet and Richard Prior

Ellison buy’s his wife some cheap pillows: Why I Love Her

Perjury (Just Not Funny)

Miriam has an Idea about recovering a missing pension check. I’m sorry, but I don’t get it. Its short, so go ahead and read it, and see if you get it: Solving Problems [Note: Multiple entries not accepted]

Brian Hong links to something sorta funny but the post itself isn’t funny at all: Keyswordtar and shellbra!

El Capitan of Baboon Pirates advocates violence against women (specifically, Paris Hilton): New Xmas Gift Idea

200 Motels makes fun of the Gay Cowboy movie. Now, regardless of the fact that the movie does deserve to be ridiculed, your gonna have to call me a prude, because I just think this is just tasteless: BROKEBUTT MOUNTAIN: The Tender-Hearted Story of Gay Cowboys in Love [LANGUAGE, LEWD DESCRIPTION]

Carnival of Comedy Schedule:
Dec 22 - Cadet Happy
Dec 29 - Motopolitico

Want to enter? Go here, or here.




Blogger bob said...

You, kind sir, are now linked at the homestead.

December 15, 2005 1:20 PM  
Blogger Daniel Christianson said...

And thank you!

December 15, 2005 5:09 PM  
Blogger Peace Moonbeam said...

My submission?

December 15, 2005 5:35 PM  
Blogger Daniel Christianson said...


Couldn't find it on the Carnival Account, now linked to your site via a manual search

December 15, 2005 5:45 PM  
Anonymous Chris Carlisle said...

Have to say my submission was omitted as well.


Was submitted last night via the Conservative Cat carnival submission.

December 15, 2005 6:31 PM  
Blogger Daniel Christianson said...

Man, I can't believed I dropped the ball on this one. I read every "unread" post in the order they came in. But enough.

I'll put you in big, bold letters right at the top to make it up to you; your entry was superb. Granted, its probably due to my own, shall we say "over enthusiasm", for Halo, but I've often wondered about such an attack at my high school. First, we fall back to the music department, where we can use back hallways to mount a retalliatory strike...

Anyways, I offer my sincerest apologies and assure you of my embarrasment.


December 15, 2005 9:11 PM  
Anonymous Chris Carlisle said...

No harm done. Besides, school work does come first.

One thing to keep in mind, though. If you fall back to the music room, those music stands can make a great impromptu tripod to steady the sniper rifle.

December 16, 2005 12:45 AM  

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