Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Something wicked this way comes

Get ready for the newest volume of Choose Your Own Death, Jack Russell's Inferno or We Built This City On Dead Eardrums don't bore me with fussy details like no Slick or you'll ruin the joke, jerk. Speaking of the apocalypse, check out the Hi Super Nintendo Chalmers I'm Learnding! available where Hussein X speechified El Destructo the other night:

Does not require embiggen clearance, Lester.

Difficult to choose, but my current favorite might be the Power, Ideology and Legitimacy course that mentions Al-Qaeda, communism, fascism and "other utopian ideologies." Insert own punchline here.


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

How about "Jack Russell's Terrier of the Damned?"

Jack Crow said...

The punchline eludes. Mouth gapes instead.

Randal Graves said...

if, that would be a dog of a show.

jack, the Democratic Utopia Handlers would like to have a word with you.

Jack Crow said...

They can find me in the ruins, fuckers.

susan said...

Just goes to show paradigm shifts are always for the worse.

thatgirl said...

By Securing the Sword and Securing The Homeland, we will Win The Future, no?

Governance, Gangs, and Violencia indeed.

Randal Graves said...

jack, we'll just pry your goods from your cold, dead hands.

-- sincerely, the management

susan, speak for yourself, Canuck.

-- sincerely, the management

thatgirl, only if we can avoid the Rise and Setting of Auspicious Stars.

Tom Harper said...

Wow Man. Phish one day and Jefferson Starship the next day. My 8-Track runneth over.

I never could get into Phish, even though their guitarist does a lot of that '70s jazz fusion style I always liked. I always associated Phish with the Grateful Dead, whom I f*ckin' hated.

Right after Jerry Garcia died, I saw a bumper sticker that said "Jerry's dead. Phish sucks. Get a job."

S.W. Anderson said...

Whoever wrote that "Wicked" course description should be obliged to take a remedial course in writing. The person somehow managed to omit "paradigm" and "modalities," but it's still equal parts officious and atrocious.

Mauigirl said...

Where was that course being held, the heart of South Boston or something? What's with the "wicked"??

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

....with the Grateful Dead, whom I f*ckin' hated.

I know just what you mean, man.

Beach Bum said...

Josh Groban rocks dude! He's almost as good as John Tesh.

As for "wicked problems in complex, chaotic national security environments" the old adage of nuke them all and let God sort them out comes to mind.

Randal Graves said...

tom, I cringe a wee bit at lumping myself with the likely suit sporting that sticker, but given my disdain for both bands, that's fucking funny.

SWA, whenever you're bored, check out some of the rest, hilariously bad prose.

mauigirl, jihadists don't like a wicked chowdah!

if, all this loathing for said band, I'm not alone, after all, sniff. It's like a hippie love, man, ya dig. Sob.

BB, hey man, Ripley and Hicks were gonna try that, and look how *that* turned out. You want to be overrun by killer extraterrestrials?