Wednesday, January 21, 2009

The Executive Coloring Book

This is a real coloring book for Adults, published in the 60's. The humor was way ahead of it's time and extremely sarcastic in a time when sarcasm was scarcely used.
From Amazon: "This coloring book for grown-ups is a forgotten spoof of the "Man in the Grey Flannel Suit" generation. Published in 1961, it became a best-seller, and was so popular that it was parodied in Playboy Magazine and talked about on the Tonight Show. If Jack Paar had a copy, you know it was cool! There is a potentially vast audience of martini-drinking lounge devotees out there who would love this book's tongue-in-cheek approach. If you can find a copy of The Executive Coloring Book, buy it!"

See the whole book at:

You're a donkey, Mr. Danger

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

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It's fewer wrinkles, not less wrinkles.
For results THIS dramatic, you'd think they'd have to somehow simulate the imagery.

Monday, January 12, 2009

"The media should be abolished from reporting...."

...because they "don't know the full story behind it half the time."


I just cannot stop reading this website "Sorry I missed your party".
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It's like Vice but with no posing, and no feeling bad for making fun of people.