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The Attack of the Ninja Dolphins

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akira Mea culpa: The sharper-eyed among you will notice I've lifted the background art from Katsuhiro Otomo's manga "Akira". This appropriation was due as much to a time constraint as to any stylistic approach to the cartoon. Or I was drunk.

Either way, arigatou gozaimasu, Otomo-san.


the coveWakayama prefecture, in case you're wondering, is the area of Japan where its fishermen enact a yearly slaughter of thousands of dolphins, as poignantly depicted in the Academy Award-winning movie "The Cove" so the reference is not quite as random as you may have thought.



john boehner"We're going to have a relentless focus on creating jobs." - John Boehner, February 10, 2011.

The following is #61 in a list of Republican job creation activities since they gained control of the House in 2011. None, sad to say, have yet to result in one, single new job.

(61) 8-3-2011: The GOP is screwing everyone over, except the airlines who are reaping fat profits by stealing what used to be taxes, by refusing to fund the FAA.


Fox News Lies!And what manner of lie is Fox News spewing today? Well, who better to spin the rotten job the GOP did with the debt ceiling debacle than the GOP themselves.

Click here to help Drop Fox from your cable system.

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Police Commisioner Goldon: Gentlemen, at noon today, in Wakayama prefecture, the body of local fisherman Itaru Nakamura was discovered processed into 757 tuna cans. Evidence suggests the work of ninja dolphins. Are there any questions?

Reporter: Yes, was he packed in water or oil?.