March 07, 2014
In the interest of fairness, I should point out that I don't have a problem with women taking a picture of my crotch, and I'll even send you one for your bedroom wall, if you can somehow assure me that no guys will ever see it.
March 05, 2014
Everybody has that one thing that they're not allowed to touch that they want to touch so bad. No Jason Collins.
February 28, 2014
I was posting this mostly just to troll, but then I saw exactly how the kid got stuck in the chair and now I think the teacher's actions are completely justifiable.
And that's why we need teachers unions.
February 26, 2014
The upside of Combat Jack's complete inability to control his own show is that sometimes he brings on a guest who's so clearly in the wrong, and they're allowed to say pretty much anything they want -- or at least they're not effectively barred from saying anything they want.
Free speech through ineptitude is still free speech, and in this day and age you take what you can get.
Listening to this episode, it's obvious Combat Jack is bothered by Lord Jamar's continual use of the word faggot, let alone his actual views on gays in hip-hop (I think we can all agree that his views on white rappers are spot on lol), but not to the point where he can actually say, "Lord Jamar, I'm bothered by the continual use of the word faggot. I don't agree with you that gays should be allowed in hip-hop." I mean, if that's what he really thinks. Who knows what he really thinks. Maybe one day he'll have an outlet to express his views.
Ironically, this is the first show I've heard where we're treated to a few minutes of live reads of sketchy, subscription-based Internets services like Legal Zoom and Audible both before the interview begins and then again at the very end.
February 25, 2014
Turning a negative into a "positive" is the essence of hip-hop culture.