Not that it matters much, but geez I miss Futurama.
Today's post picture is a throwaway gag from the Season 7 episode "31st Century Fox".
Click to embiggen; there's a smaller additional joke on the side of the bus.
The gang has a guest appearance coming up on The Simpsons at some point, hopefully before the 31st Century.
At Cato, Trevor
Burris points out another instance of the general rule: people who
most strenuously seek to "control" guns seem to know the least about
guns. Case in point: retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens,
in a recent Washington Post-published excerpt from
his upcoming book.
Stevens' mistake: incorrectly referring to the guns wielded by recent mass-murderers as "automatic weapons". Which they were not. This blooper was silently corrected by the Post, but it is probably too late to fix the book.
Stevens' proposal, by the way, is to edit the Second Amendment to read "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms when serving in the Militia shall not be infringed." Why not just advocate repealing the amendment outright? I dunno. Don't care either.
Answers to questions nobody is asking: "What Do White House
Press Secretary Jay Carney and Soviet-Era Propaganda Have in
Common?" (A: "They both live in the same house.")
I agree with Frank J.'s one-liner: "Putting up Soviet propaganda posters in your home is a lot like putting up Nazi propaganda posters except it’s just as bad."