Obama won. Awesome (if you voted for him. And if not, I’m sorry your guy didn’t win. Better luck in 2016.) Here’s how Stone Cold Joe Biden celebrated the victory:
Fans of election humor and cancelled-then-resurrected comedy show Arrested Development should head over to Arrested Decision 2012, a tumblr which posts images of Arrested Development dialogue over images from the campaign. It’s very funny. I made them an image and submitted it. If they never post it, I’m at least posting it here, for my few followers’ enjoyment:
Hopefully you guys get that joke.
Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, at least we can all agree on this: it’s over. At least until next week when the Republicans and Democrats start planning their candidates for 2016.
It’s Movember, the only time (besides Mustache March) when men can legally get away with growing out mustaches without being electrocuted in the streets by the roving bands of jackbooted anti-mustache goons. In the United States, Movember raises funds to support prostate cancer and testicular cancer initiatives. For more information, including how to raise money by growing a mustache, check out movember.com.
As part of the Movember festivities, I’ve created a Facebook Cover Photo celebrating Movember. Feel free to open the full size file (by clicking on it) and download it for use on your Facebook page.
And I also made one for your twitter feed as well.
Be sure to check your candy for razor blades and cyanide.
Just some bros out enjoying the night.
And if you’re wondering where the Bride of Frankenstein is, this is boys’ night. Also, the Phantom of the Opera wasn’t invited because he made out with Dracula’s girlfriend even though they weren’t dating at the time, but still, that’s just not cool, man.
It’s getting closer to Halloween, so I guess it’s time to start drawing Dracula and Frankenstein’s Monster again. So here they are.
As it’s what’s widely considered to be “America’s birthday” today, let us look back fondly on John Horsecock, the first man-horse hybrid to actually sign the Declaration of Horsependence (maybe on July 4, 1776, but more likely it was signed much later). Horsecock was a merchant, stateshorse, and prominent Patriot of the Horse Revolution. He served as president of the Second Continental Horsegress and was the first and third Governor of the Commonwealth of Horseachusetts. He is remembered for his large and stylish mane, as well as his signature on the United Horses Declaration of Horsependence.
Gary Busey doing silly things in animated gif format. What more do you need? Head on over! And if you know of any excellent Busey gifs that should be featured, please let me know!