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August 24, 2010

SPAIN/

Honey, is that you? How was your fight? Did you torture another poor creature to death?

Don’t show him your butt, Lamar!

August 18, 2010

Until today, my favorite oxymoron – and I’ve blogged on the subject frequently – was “homemade submarine.”

I don’t want what he had…

August 13, 2010

MEXICO/

“Lamar, aren’t you gonna finish your fish taco? Then whose is it? Ah, that dead guy’s?

Hi, we’re the Death Panel! Is now a good time?

August 12, 2010

CHINA/

Blog Guy, you’re the only journalist in the country who is seriously covering those Government Death Panels that Sarah Palin warned us about, which were created under health care reform. These things are evil and brutal, and I hope you get a Pulitzer for your work.

With trends like that, who needs enemas?

July 21, 2010

CHINA/

Blog Guy, my doctor says I have to get a colonoscopy. I understand it’s a really awful ordeal what with having to, you know, totally clean yourself out, and then go into the clinic and have an anesthetic and then they jam that thing you-know-where.

It’s another razzle-dazzle death!

July 18, 2010

POLAND/

Blog Guy, you seem to be the only one really covering those Government Death Panels that were created by the health reform law.

Gosh, isn’t this a pretty dumb thing to do?

July 7, 2010

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Blog Guy, the company I work for is having one of those motivational retreats for employees. We’ll face up to our fears, grow as a person, stuff like that. Have you ever been to one of those?

The Hickey Queen of Floozy High?

June 30, 2010

Blog Guy, last week you did an item on a traditional Chinese therapy that involves putting suction cups on a person’s back, and you seemed to poke fun at it.

Sucks to lose weight…

June 25, 2010

CHINA/

The actual genuine photo caption here says this guy is undergoing “cupping treatment at a weight loss center” in China.

Happy Father’s Day to dads everywhere!

June 17, 2010

PAKISTAN/

Welcome back to a regular feature we like to call, “What Year is this Again?” in in which we offer up news items which cause us to question whether we may have gone back in time.