From Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Re: Karl Rove - The whole "Bush admin = Nazi" thing has been done to death everywhere. Try to come up with something funnier, OK? --Uvula Donor 08:46, 24 Mar 2005 (EST)
I'm not trying for Bush=Nazi but there are a lot of similiarities in tactics; blaming the nation's woes on the liberals is very benign compared blaming the nation's woes on the Jews, for sure, but Karl & Co. are edging towards making the homosexuals their next scapegoat, which is somewhat less benign, IMHO. And ultranationalism in '30s Germany isn't the same as '00s USA, either, etc., etc..
Satire of any kind is by defination going to (technically speaking) piss off at least half of any audience and I'm sorry you don't think it's funny; maybe the thing to do in all fairness is mark the things you don't like for deletion or rewrite and let the voters decide? The official GWB page is nastier then my contributions...
Re: Karl Rove and other stuff -- Well, ever since the Lebanon incident this kind of Bush=Hitler stuff has become very clearly nonfactual and rather funny. I forgive you. --Amos T. Frohawk 14:08, 24 Mar 2005 (EST)
Well, my feelings are hurt, *snif*, not only are my Brilliant entries being disparaged by those who have not religiously studied "How to be Funny" they're not even playing fair, re: The Rules of Battle". Also Robert's Rules are being just trampled all to hell too, too, I'll bet he'd be pizzed if here were still alive. Marking something a vote, waiting a couple of hours, and then trampling all over it is kinda, well, Nazi like.
Somebody otta do somtin.
- I voted to keep your fiscal responsibility article, some of your articles just weren't satire. It's not enough to say "the right wing is evil", and then outline reasons why. It becomes too close to a straight attack. It's no longer poking fun at them, and therefore is no longer satire.
- I'm not saying you shouldn't be nasty, but if you really want to give a kick in the guts, use an approach we didn't see coming.
- For an example, see the evolution of Collateral Damage or have a look at Intelligent Design--126.96.36.199 05:06, 26 Mar 2005 (EST)
Ok, you got me. I see the reasoning with the template now. The thing that confused me was that the template was not shown as being added by you, but by someone else. --Paulgb Talk 17:46, 1 Apr 2005 (EST)
|Ponders lessons from the last war||Planning the next war|
|Urges restraint in public spending||Spends like there's no tomorrow (see: Rap)|
|Wants limited government||Loves the Patriot Act|
|Loves personal liberty and individual privacy||Loves the Patriot Act|
Thanks for sending me a message about "yarmulke", & thanks for not taking it personally, you know, given our "history" and all. I just spend a couple of hours a day hunting down short pages that don't really go anywhere and knocking them out, I don't hunt down users or anything. In fact, I really like most of your recent stuff. --Uvula Donor 19:42, 5 Apr 2005 (EDT)
Thanks for your 'Norbert' comments... just remember to sign them next time so I don't have to spend so long figuring out who it must have been! --Clanger 12:50, 10 Apr 2005 (EDT)
Do-Wop was originally thought to be from the German word for "Yodel", which is a popular curse directed at the Swiss for making all that racket.
(With apologies to The Tokens)
Oh, Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, oh we're proud that we're friends of Ken Lay Oh, Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, oh we're proud that we're friends of Ken Lay
Bring them on, oh bring them on Bring them on, oh bring them on Bring them on, oh bring them on Bring them on, oh bring them on
In the jungle, the Asian jungle, a playboy just can't play, I'm so sorry, but for that reason, I'll have to stay away
Oh, Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee're, we're enjoying our tax breaks, oh yea! Oh, Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee're, we're enjoying our tax breaks, oh yea!
Ah, You can run but you can't hide, Ah, You can run but you can't hide, Ah, You can run but you can't hide, Ah, You can run but you can't hide
Near the village the peaceful village the lion sleeps tonight Near the village the quiet village the lion sleeps tonight
(repeat wimoweh chorus)
Hush my darling, don't fear my darling. The lion sleeps tonight. Hush my darling, don't fear my darling.The lion sleeps tonight
(repeat wimoweh chorus with vocal ad lib)