Of all the Hitler Downfall parodies we've viewed (Hitler's Facebook account being deleted is a fav), we're sure this one will hit home for those San Franciscans who've recently been forced to the Bay Area burbs. Riffing off the anti-gentrification movement and the general disdain for tech bros, a ... More >>
So, it seems some suits someplace are all worked up at the political opinions of Mr. Hank Williams, Jr. Good for him. Moments like this are why we need a Hank Williams, Jr. Just to be clear, he's the middle (and middle-aged) Hank Williams, the one with the Muppet beard, the one who has never cro ... More >>
Barack "Hitler" Obama will destroy California via earthquakes.We popped out of the SF Weekly offices to run into Safeway on Fourth and King Streets this afternoon, when we noticed two overly cheerful young people manning a Lyndon LaRouche table outside the grocery store. Or, to be more precise, w ... More >>
In between earnest city activists comparing San Francisco policy to Hitler and enraged loons comparing city policy to Hitler, it's often a welcome relief to have a bona fide zany step up to the mic at City Hall meetings and sing about ... something else. In a city filled with crazies, ranters, and z ... More >>
Back in 2004, some lady claimed her grilled cheese sandwich -- which she had kept for more than a decade -- depicted the Virgin Mary. The sandwich, which (miraculously) didn't go moldy, sold on eBay for $28,000. The God alligator came to us soon after, and Jesus started getting noticed regularly ... More >>
via webhamster.comThe Hamster Dance Back when the Hamster Dance - a series of animated hamsters dancing to Roger Miller's "Whistle Stop" - hit the Internet in 1998, few people thought it would be the first of a slew of Internet memes that bounce around our collective consciousness with li ... More >>
Vincent Van Gogh Q: How many Jewish mothers does it take to screw in a lightbulb? A: "It's all right, bubbeleh, I'll sit in the dark..."April 20 is a day that's just jam packed. It's the official Christmas for pot smokers (far out), Hitler's birthday (drag) and, the kickoff of International Dark Sky ... More >>
Oh wow, man!Sorry, the above Vital Vittles truck, spotted on Church and Duboce, all too aptly describes the collegiate careers of many people we know. As we noted earlier today, in addition to being Hitler's birthday (dark) and the first day of Dark Sky Week (very dark), April 20 is also marijuana a ... More >>
File this Florida songwriting duo under: I'll Have a Double Shot of Whatever They're Having. I mean when was the last time you had so many songs about chickens at your fingertips? Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan were born to duet together--legend has it they popped out of their mammas in the same Bu ... More >>
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