Funny Only To Me


Last week was the acting debut of an exciting new star. All his mother and I can do is hope that he doesn’t grow up to become a Scientologist.

Although, they may be able to help him remember his lines. He spent the rest of the play with a scowl on his face after blowing his first cue.

On an unrelated note, the pinko-Commie author of this version of Pochahontas made it a point to put songs about how the Jamestown settlers were responsible for the deforestation, overfishing, urban sprawl and the lack of good casinos. Way to brainwash the kids, lady.


9 Responses to “Funny Only To Me”

  1. Exador Says:

    The original indians weren’t too quick on the uptake, either.

  2. Sarcastro Says:

    The uptake wasn’t the problem. There was a delay in the outflow.Or do you feel the only way you can find someone who you feel superior to is by picking on eight year olds on the internet?

  3. Mack Says:

    Forget about the flubbed lines, the shitty camera work made me nauseus….

  4. Sarcastro Says:

    That’s why I need a new camera.Using the video option of a digital Kodak isn’t going to make for a Stanley Kubrick-like tracking shot.

  5. Lynnster Says:

    Brad Pitt probably forgot a few lines in his early days too (hey, probably still does)! Absolutely adorable.

  6. Tutularue Says:

    That was a very long 11 seconds, agonizing. Can’t wait to see the entire play. Those little girls sound so shrill. You’re right, you do need a new movie camera.Eight is even cuter than Brad Pitt.

  7. Exador Says:

    I pick you, and I believe you came out of the womb roughly as you are now. Maybe a little thinner.It’s a poor craftsman, who blames his tools."In order to find his equal, an Irishman is forced to talk to God."

  8. bridgett Says:

    Talk about irony…my usually reliably liberal-lefty painfully politically correct earnest goody-two-shoes school reached into the racial stereotype way-back bag and sent every kid home today wearing a little brown-paper headband/orange paper feather combo. My kid was asked to pipe down by the art teacher for insisting that "girls didn’t wear these! These were for adult men! And not every Indian wore feathers! The Mohawk wore caps with antlers!" Way to represent, kid, way to represent. Why are they doing Jamestown at Thanksgiving? I could see if you guys were living in Virginia or something…but to get a less Thanksgiving-y intercultural episode in the 17th c, you’d have to maybe go with the Pequot War.The kid’s a doll. Keep him away from my daughter.

  9. Exador Says:

    At least they weren’t subjected to this:Teacher Bill Morgan walks into his third-grade class wearing a black Pilgrim hat made of construction paper and begins snatching up pencils, backpacks and glue sticks from his pupils. He tells them the items now belong to him because he "discovered" them. The reaction is exactly what Morgan expects: The kids get angry and want their things back. Morgan is among elementary school teachers who have ditched the traditional Thanksgiving lesson, in which children dress up like Indians and Pilgrims and act out a romanticized version of their first meetings.He has replaced it with a more realistic look at the complex relationship between Indians and white settlers.Morgan said he still wants his pupils at Cleveland Elementary School in San Francisco to celebrate Thanksgiving. But "what I am trying to portray is a different point of view."(From Michelle Malkin)

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