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September 01, 2015

"In the ISIS," Susanna Viljanen parody of "In the Navy,"Village People, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
http://www.amiright.com/parody/70s/villagepeople7.shtml
"Formulaic-pleonastic-legalistic-doublets," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,"Mary Poppins Cast, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
It's hard to be fun and witty with this type of language, but the write and writ here is all the more imposing and impressive.
"In the ISIS," Susanna Viljanen parody of "In the Navy,"Village People, Comment by Peter Andersson Report this comment
Ahh, this brings back sweet memories! Back in 2002 one of my very first parodies on this site (also one of my very first parodies in English) was called "In Al-Qaida". I can't help to notice that we've come up with some of the same rhymes. That said your parody is on overall much better, it should be of course since you're much more experienced now than what I was back then, also because the evil terrorist organisation with real global ambitions meme (or what to call it) has gained soo much more to work with in the details over the last decade. Finland FTW! 555!

August 31, 2015

"Burritos," Annie parody of "Bailamos,"Enrique Iglesias, Comment by Mike Murphy Report this comment
Enjoyed it so much that I farted just reading the lyrics :))
"(I Bawled For) Elder Yeller," Callmelennie parody of "Mellow Yellow,"Donovan, Comment by Dog Luver Report this comment
Sorry to disagree, but Rin Tin Tin was the best doggone dog of the West. Old Yeller usually places 5th or 6th on the best film dogs list with Lassie usually leading the pack. Most popular dog, animated is, of course, Snoopy with Brian Griffin and Santa's Little Helper following. Other famous movie dogs are Asta, Benji, Max, Hooch, Beethoven, the Taco Bell Chihuahua, Spuds, etc...
"YO! Please Don't Blind Me, Broh!," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Put a Spell on You,"Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/73/PHASR_Rifle.jpg/440px-PHASR_Rifle.jpg
"YO! Please Don't Blind Me, Broh!," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Put a Spell on You,"Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Yeah, various armies and AFs use blinding lasers and dazzlers, and so does certain MILSWAT police and jail corrections personnel. Civilian is for crowd control while military is to blind tanks, helos, aircraft, and enemy personnel. The V-RO is odd because it seems more of a military designed weapon than any tac gear accessory. Police all over the US are angry over Ferguson and other Black demonstrations, so this is part of their plan to take back control using high tech. The other weapons you mention Patrick are area denial weapons, sonic and microwave used in Somalia, both Gulf Wars, and in Afghanistan. It was the Italians who first used blinding lasers as "non-lethals" and experimental microwave weapons used over distance in Iraq may be part of what turned into Gulf War Sickness; either that, or burning Iraqi armor hit with DU rounds. Hard to say...
"Kohr's Frozen Custard," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Mean Mr. Mustard,"The Beatles, Comment by Joe the Crazy Conch Report this comment
Amanda, do you have a Rita's in your area? Where I live in New Jersey, there's a Rita's within 5 miles. My go-to is Alex's Lemonade, but I'll order green apple or blood orange if available.
"(I Bawled For) Elder Yeller," Callmelennie parody of "Mellow Yellow,"Donovan, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Yes, of course Ginger. I changed the name to Elder Yeller to track Mellow Yellow, because like ..... that's what you do in the song parody biz ;-D
"(I Bawled For) Elder Yeller," Callmelennie parody of "Mellow Yellow,"Donovan, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Best parody of the day. I could almost hear Donovan singing it. Never quite understood dog worshipers. Too many bad experiences with people's unleashed strays. Just finished reading a survivalist novel in which the protagonists string fish line studded with hooks to slow down a patrol of enemy soldiers with dogs. They were said to "feel bad" about hurting the dogs that would have torn them to pieces. No such regrets for the humans they had killed. News stories about shootings are daily fare in Kansas City. I am always amazed at how unemotional the relatives and friends of the victims seem to appear in TV interviews. But if someone harms a dog, there is a blood lust to nail the perpetrator that can go on for days. Never saw "Old Yeller", but there is a similar scene in "Of Mice and Men".
"World Lost Alison," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "On the Road Again ,"Willie Nelson , Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Noting that someone is out of his mind and potentially dangerous is called "profiling". That's not allowed anymore. If he happens to be Black, that makes it "racism". Forget that TV career for sure. Remember all the horror stories about the treatment inflicted on the mentally ill in state-run asylums? Now those people are on the street inflicting horrors on the population at large. And the liberals are too politically correct to protect themselves or allow us to do so. To whom do we give the power to judge someone mentally disturbed enough to lock him up? Any power the government grabs, it is sure to abuse.
"Taco Shell," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Will,"The Beatles, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
A local brand of taco shells contains two small cardboard tubes to protect them in shipping. If one knew how, and wanted to take the risk, these could be filled with powder to make a firecracker. Didn't know that taco "shell" really did begin as a "shell".
"They Put Me in a Zoo (Version 23)," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Put a Spell on You,"Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Americans are afraid our culture is about to be replaced. Same goes for Europe. Have you read Patrick J Buchanan on the subject? Only Donald Trump is not afraid to address the issue. Maybe Europe should arm the refugees and send them back to fight ISIS. Of course, the US armed the Mexican drug cartels and that didn't work our so well. US did absorb the Vietnamese and the Marielitos. But the new wave is not coming here to assimilate, but rather to occupy. Soy viejo, no me queda mucho tiempo. Pero he visto, y voy a ver muchos cambios en mi pais que no me gustaran.
"Nice Mrs. Ketchup," The LoopBeats parody of "Mean Mr. Mustard,"The Beatles, Comment by Peanut Report this comment
Do you forgive me? There's already another song called Nice mrs. Ketchup. Oops
"YO! Please Don't Blind Me, Broh!," Robert D. Arndt Jr. parody of "I Put a Spell on You,"Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
I have heard of light-ray weapons that cause permanent blindness. Likewise sound intensifiers and heat rays. The days of the mass urban riot will be replaced with guerrilla style hit and run attacks. Wonder if you could make a shield using some sort of mirror.
"In the ISIS," Susanna Viljanen parody of "In the Navy,"Village People, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Bronze Age is too modern for these folks. Like the line about "goat for a wife". I can only imagine what ISIS would do to The Village People.
"(I Bawled For) Elder Yeller," Callmelennie parody of "Mellow Yellow,"Donovan, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
he was the best doggone dog in the west... :'( 5's
"Anchor Baby," Don Milne parody of "Santa Baby,"Eartha Kitt, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
now where have I seen this before? 5's
"Formulaic-pleonastic-legalistic-doublets," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,"Mary Poppins Cast, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
yeesh! what's with all the downers around here? I'll admit this did drag on a bit longer than the OS unless of course you were parodying an extended version (I'm not sure as I've only ever heard the movie version) but regardless I commend you for having the guts to parody this OS! 455
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Al, there have been many independent, long-term studies: the GENERA database, for example (http://genera.biofortified.org/ ) is a searchable database of an awful lot, from all around the world, including source/funding info so it's fairly easy to see industry vs academic/government studies. There is little doubt that the process of genetic modification is of itself safe: there is no measurable harm of any form caused by the act of modifying a plant's genome. This is not the same as saying all genetic modifications are safe: as I have said above, each one is different, and needs its own testing to ensure safetly, and treating all GMOs equally is more likely to lead to something dangerous slipping through the testing net. Tests on all GM organisms need to be rigorous and objective, and even after being declared "safe" a watchful eye needs to be kept - this is pretty much how the status quo is for sensible countries round the world.

If you're wiondering what the "science" behind the "GMOs cause cancer" Seralini trial that keeps getting regurgitated by people such as those above, here's an easy-to-understand takedown: http://www.skepticink.com/smilodonsretreat/2012/10/08/my-take-on-the-gmo-causes-cancer-study/

@Use your brain - please, provide some evidence that you know how your own works before you demand the same of others.
"Kohr's Frozen Custard," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Mean Mr. Mustard,"The Beatles, Comment by Amanda Report this comment
I am hooked on that stuff but you can't get it where I'm from... So sad. It's the same with Rita's. I guess it's a sign we've still got some regionalism after all.
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Use your brain Report this comment
Talk about your modern day corporate stooges!!!
"(I Bawled For) Elder Yeller," Callmelennie parody of "Mellow Yellow,"Donovan, Comment by Jimbo Report this comment
Stagnant as mosquito infested pond water! Get a real dog worth a damn, a coon huntin' Mississippi bloodhound!
"Moldfinger," Max Power parody of "Goldfinger,"Shirley Bassey, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Hmm... a moldy from an oldie! 555!
"Burritos," Annie parody of "Bailamos,"Enrique Iglesias, Comment by Annie Report this comment
Thanks Ken and Rob :)
"(I Bawled For) Elder Yeller," Callmelennie parody of "Mellow Yellow,"Donovan, Comment by Ginger Report this comment
Isn't this supposed to be Old Yeller, not Elder Yeller? That's the yellow dog that got bit by a wolf, right?
"(I Bawled For) Elder Yeller," Callmelennie parody of "Mellow Yellow,"Donovan, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
I knew about "Savage Sam", Ag. I didn't go see it it because, as a kid, I thought the title was "stoo-pid." To be honest, I never saw "Old Yeller" until a few days ago --when I watched it on YouTube to get a feel for it before writing this parody
"Hallucinations," the_conqueror_of_parodies parody of "Youth of the Nation,"P.O.D., Comment by Matthias Report this comment
Reminds me of the Weird Al song "My Own Eyes" which is good because his was good too.
"Suffer," by BAD RELIGION (2015-08-30), Comment by Critic Report this comment
Theological premise plus word subs? OK, but try to be more creative next time. Not particularly funny...
Insect Austin Powers, I like- 5s!
"Formulaic-pleonastic-legalistic-doublets," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,"Mary Poppins Cast, Comment by Old Man Report this comment
Tedious excreta to the Nth degree. Move on, Sonny.
"In the ISIS," Susanna Viljanen parody of "In the Navy,"Village People, Comment by Raymond Report this comment
Haven't fifty-five Finns joined ISIS as well as many Swedes, Germans, French, British, Danish, etc...? When even Americans turn to ISIS something is very wrong. But of course, ISIS considers Westerners as Imperialist Crusaders that use drones to kill innocent Muslims.
"Burritos," Annie parody of "Bailamos,"Enrique Iglesias, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
I did the tacos, you did the burritos! 555!
"(I Bawled For) Elder Yeller," Callmelennie parody of "Mellow Yellow,"Donovan, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
Great, great movie. Great parody, too. Didja know there is a sequel, "Savage Sam"? Has the same two boys, but it's more of a western than a "dog out on the cabin fields" story.
"Anchor Baby," Don Milne parody of "Santa Baby,"Eartha Kitt, Comment by Onslaught Report this comment
It's Purrrrrrrrrfect. 555
"Burritos," Annie parody of "Bailamos,"Enrique Iglesias, Comment by Ken Bell Report this comment
Tasty! 5-5-5!
"Kohr's Frozen Custard," Joe the Crazy Conch parody of "Mean Mr. Mustard,"The Beatles, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
Ha, we used the same OS today for two different topics! 555!
"Anchor Baby," Don Milne parody of "Santa Baby,"Eartha Kitt, Comment by Rob Arndt Report this comment
You mean parodists, plural. I did this topic first, then Onslaught. 555!
"In the ISIS," Susanna Viljanen parody of "In the Navy,"Village People, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Side B: It's fun to hang with 'ol I.S.I.S ....It's fun to hang with 'ol ISIS .... You can cut some heads off; You can shoot a Yazid; You can do whatever you need ......... I'll bet that has potential
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Al Silver Report this comment
Phil: I admire your humanitarian impulse to feed the starving of the world. I have not investigated the studies of consumption of GMOs, but I will make this general observation: When Nature tinkers with DNA, it is a long-term evolutionary process based upon adaptations and felicitous mutations to new or changing environments. Evolved organisms fill a niche over time. Engineered DNA tinkering introduces sudden new organisms into what Nature has not formed as a waiting niche. I find this disturbing in the long term. That is why I previously thought that, out of an abundance of caution, you were calling for rigorous, objective, independent testing to dispel the 19th century image of the mad scientist, playing God and creating monstrosities. I am not impressed that 90 nations have restrictions on GMOs. Let the long-term studies begin, although I fear that would be like proving the negative -- that GMOs do not cause harm.
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
@Bystander: please stop with the strawmen & inaccuracies. If you can read & understand what I've written, please reply to that rather than what you want me to have said. I am confident in my disregard of every single link that has been posted above, because they are all basically worthless: unsupported at best, or based on discredited research. If there is harm, find some proper, peer-reviewed research that shows this - if there is harm on the scale you assert, it should be very, very easy to show. If you're worried about GM crops mutating, you should be happy that the licence conditions don't allow replanting, though there is no suggestion that GM varieties are more likely to mutate than ordinary plants - it's another scare based on nothing. Re pesticide coated seeds: you end up using a lot less pesticide that way.. if anything, they'll have lower pesticide residues than conventional ways of killing pests. Why is that not a good thing?

You haven't read the article I linked to, have you?

@Perry - about what do you require further elucidation? (I'm so pleased for you that you've recently learned a new word and wanted to try it out, but you'll need to be a bit more specific)
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Perry Report this comment
Phil, can you elucidate further? If you have to look up that word, then you're not half as smart as you think!!!

August 30, 2015

"I Just Stepped On A Tack," Phil Nelson parody of "Return To Innocence,"Enigma, Comment by Annie Report this comment
LOL nice! 555 :) Reminds me of my own clumsiness lol
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Bystander Report this comment
Just give it a rest already, Phil. You keep disqualifying everything presented and imply that you know better than nearly ninety nations than fully or partially ban GMOs. What evidence do you have that you are more qualified than those people in those nations to claim that GMOs are totally 100% safe in view of the fact that not one scientist will guarantee with absolute certainty that GMOs do not cause anything. Any genetically modified organism can mutate or cause long lasting effects given time. Btw, not a lot of folks want to eat foods that have come from pesticide coated seeds! Weeds will overcome that coating in time. That's a given. Europe, in general, is not GMO friendly. U.K. has an interest only due to Monsanto wanting to move their HQ there. If anyone has been lied to, it's you!!!
"Let Me Shoop Da Whoop," BulldozerBegins parody of "Let It Go,"Idina Menzel, Comment by Brandon Reina Report this comment
What will happen if Elsa (the ice princess) shoops her whoop in front of Carly (iCarly) and Derrick (Victorious)? Their reaction is death (as they are about to die anyway).
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
They make an awful lot of claims on that site, none of which are backed up by any appropriate published evidence. Anybody can write that sort of article and make those sorts of claims: they say (without proper citation) the American Academy of Environmental Medicine thinks, an organization already described as "illegitimate" by quackwatch (and a quick view of their website shows a whole range of quackery). The article talks about all these "findings" yet provides no evidence for any of them.

Compare with this one: http://tinyurl.com/pc5mkzr

..where every claim made has a link showing what it's based upon. Which would you consider a more reliable article?
"Dark Tetradity," Eschew Obfuscation parody of "Personality,"Lloyd Price, Comment by CML Report this comment
Hey Art, aren't you the guy that had the show "Links Say The Darndest Things?"
"Casual Dress Friday," Eslyn Thomas parody of "Life Is a Highway,"Rascal Flatts, Comment by Callmelennie Report this comment
Pretty good, Noob. And now for the acid test .. What's your B-side? (;-D)
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Perhaps this is why... Report this comment
http://www.responsibletechnology.org/gmo-dangers
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Thanks, everyone :-)

@Art Link-letter - unfortunately, that doesn't scan to "Gypsies, tramps and thieves" :-)

@Agrimorfee - seems to me it has followed the trend in US politics for things to get tribal, emotive and personal: precious little discussion, just unthinking antipathy to the person seen as being on the "other side"

@"Reality check" - No, I mean exactly what I've said: they don't think. Replies which are simple insults without any attempt at addressing whatever the parody or discussion is about; replies which completely miss the point because the respondent has either not read or not understood what else has been posted. A bit like you with the above parody, really. "Fight it actively"??? You mean by posting pseudonymous stupidity in the comments thread?

August 29, 2015

"Grossed By You," Christopher Sutler parody of "Close To You,"The Carpenters, Comment by Ken Report this comment
The pacing is off, especially in the very last verse (the torches and pitchforks bit), but the song is hilarious so I had to give it a 5 on that. Fix up the pacing a bit and this would be even better.
"Fried Chicken," AdmiralMercurial parody of "One Vision,"Queen, Comment by Chris Report this comment
The original song's last line was just begging for this parody to be made. Great to see it!
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Phil Alexander Report this comment
Theodore, if GMOs do cause all those conditions you claim, surely you can quote the proof? I will be swayed by evidence of harm, not by credulous politicians falling for scare stories and made-up, fraudulent claims. It should be easy if they're as harmful as you make out: all I've asked for is proof of the harm you claim is being done, yet nothing remotely credible has been posted so far.
"Skydive," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Cocaine,"Eric Clapton, Comment by Cunning Linguist Report this comment
The Finnish word for "family" is "perhe." "Vitun urpo" should probably not be taken as an invitation.
"Skydive," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Cocaine,"Eric Clapton, Comment by GC'sG Report this comment
Thanks for the invitation to visit with your family in Helsinki.
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by Theodore Morris Report this comment
It appears that Phil is not naive nor in denial but is most easily swayed by industry sponsored studies on GMOs vs independent studies. Of course no company wants to admit that it's products are harmful or even potentially harmful to human beings. Phil chooses willfully to believe in company approved industry authorities with invested interests over health authorities that have had to treat GMO sicknesses and diseases up to and including cancer. Reasonable people and nations have reached the right conclusions that GMOs are a grave risk and have therefore banned them. Or does Phil honestly think he knows better than nearly half the world on this issue? Maybe someday people in the United Kingdom will wake up, but right now Monsanto owns them. The rest of Europe rejects GMOs, leaving the U.K. the odd man out. Phil is a citizen of the minority, not the majority. So in conclusion, let Phil eat his GMOs and say prayers for him that he doesn't get cancer or any of the other 32 conditions GMOs cause.
"You're A Hog," Ross Marshall parody of "You're A God,"Vertical Horizon, Comment by Annie Report this comment
LOL! 555
"Smart Shopper," Ross Marshall parody of "Crazy in Love,"Beyoncé Knowles featuring Jay Z, Comment by Annie Report this comment
That's pretty good! Not an easy song to parody, either. 555.
"Starvin' In The Third World," Phil Alexander parody of "Rockin' In The Free World,"Neil Young, Comment by F Phil Report this comment
http://www.seattleorganicrestaurants.com/vegan-whole-foods/monsantos-gmo-corn-banned-russia/
"Skydive," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Cocaine,"Eric Clapton, Comment by R U Finnished GCsG? Report this comment
Vitun urpo
"The Elements of Etymology," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "The Elements,"Tom Lehrer, Comment by GC'sG Report this comment
@Walton; Thanks for your insights into the natural world. And your fishing tips - no wonder I sometimes have trouble in my local deli! @Gregory; You have incorrectly assumed that the voting is related to popularity. The All-1s majority who rate my efforts have concluded that they contain no shred of pacing or humor, and I abide by their esteemed judgment. I will try again.
"Skydive," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Cocaine,"Eric Clapton, Comment by GC'sGrandson Report this comment
This week I seem to be the on-call etymologist. Although I don't speak current Latin, I think that "Audeo, ergo sum" would have done it grammatically and nicely. "Oderant" sounds as though you are trying to say 'they smell". BTW, my take from water-sports is that one should always stay with the boat.
Squirrel's last thought, Oh God, don't let me be part of a Honey Boo Boo stew!!!

August 28, 2015

"The Elements of Etymology," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "The Elements,"Tom Lehrer, Comment by GC'sG Report this comment
@Al(Schmal); Here's what I could figure out. The use of 'sh' instead of 's' before other consonants, usually at the start of words is found in some urban American accents, e.g. Philadelphia - Fift Shtreet, conshtruction, but Italian immigrants might have used it firsht, as a carry-over from shpeaking Neapolitan dialects. The NY-centered reduplications are listed by Wiki as SHM-, with schm- as a variant. My Oxford dictionary does it the other way, like your spellchecker. It's a schizophrenic world. But, what do I know? Up here in Canada, language variants are found less frequently.
"Casual Dress Friday," Eslyn Thomas parody of "Life Is a Highway,"Rascal Flatts, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
Suits Me! 455
"Dark Tetradity," Eschew Obfuscation parody of "Personality,"Lloyd Price, Comment by Jonathan Report this comment
I must've missed this one yesterday... come to think of it the WHOLE SITE was missing yesterday... 5's
"The Elements of Etymology," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "The Elements,"Tom Lehrer, Comment by Al-Schmal Report this comment
I had gone to your blog again to see what was funny about "gefilte-fish." Embedded with this word were examples of Yiddish sh- tack-ons. I have often noted the randomness with which either sh- or sch- are used and I asked you, in good faith, to comment on this. I am not a scholar and I'm not affiliated with a think tank, if that's what you mean by "institute." I'm just trying to have a little fun, but this is the wrong environment. Adieu, mon ami.
"Skydive," Susanna Viljanen parody of "Cocaine,"Eric Clapton, Comment by Susanna Viljanen Report this comment
Oderant, ergo sum.
"Kfc," Jj Lucia-wright parody of "Let It Be,"The Beatles, Comment by Patrick Report this comment
Best restaurant fried chicken is from China Buffet in Northmoor, Missouri. "Finger-Licking Death Trap" is so true, and yet so tasty.

August 27, 2015

"The Elements of Etymology," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "The Elements,"Tom Lehrer, Comment by Gregory Report this comment
If you are so popular, why just three five votes?
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by Reality Check Report this comment
... don't think? You mean don't think like you. And certainly worldviews vary by culture, race, geographical region, etc... so please spare us how sad your personal experiences have been. Others have been there too and either deal with it or fight it actively. Whining about it is less effective.
"A Lion's Dead Tonight," The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy parody of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight,"The Tokens, Comment by Melanie Lee Report this comment
Those Planned Parenthood videos might have been doctored. Undercover Planned Parenthood Videos Were Altered, Analysis Finds, The New York Times, August 27, 2015 http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/undercover-planned-parenthood-videos-were-altered-analysis-finds/ar-BBm9HE0?ocid=iehp
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by Melanie Lee Report this comment
Agrimorfee: LOL, and concur totally. Phil Alexander: I like how you build the mystery of what you're talking about. I thought it was going to be about politics...and, hmm, maybe it is, on a personal level. And thanks for only indicating the C word. I think a little of your pacing may be off, but I'm not sure. Good stuff. 555.
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by Agrimorfee Report this comment
"Malcolm's dead, miss him, miss him...". This place used to be so pleasant and community-minded. What the hell happened>
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by Dr Giorgio Coniglio dec Report this comment
Phil; Congratulations on your bravado in confronting the trolls on this site. 5x3. The comments ricocheted by "Art" may be a bit exaggerated given that AIR is a long distance from the real world, but our local troglodytes are certainly pompous, narcissistic and disruptive, and likely have sadistic tendencies.
"The Elements of Etymology," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "The Elements,"Tom Lehrer, Comment by GC'sG Report this comment
Gentlemen: Enough dissension, already. Schmeckle (and indeed UR1), why don't you honor us with a song?
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by Art Link-letter Report this comment
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/your-online-secrets/201409/internet-trolls-are-narcissists-psychopaths-and-sadists
"Dark Tetradity," Eschew Obfuscation parody of "Personality,"Lloyd Price, Comment by Art Link-letter Report this comment
http://www.sott.net/article/266289-Dark-Tetrad-of-personality-traits-
"The Elements of Etymology," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "The Elements,"Tom Lehrer, Comment by Schmeckle Report this comment
Your Great Grandmother should have had a Schmschmortion (quoting Knocked Up Jonah).
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by Pseuodymsaurus Rex Report this comment
No Phil, YOU'RE sad and pathetic!!!
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by Damn Hoover Report this comment
Yep, good stuff. "Sharp as bowling balls..."
"Dark Tetradity," Eschew Obfuscation parody of "Personality,"Lloyd Price, Comment by TS Report this comment
Ha Ha! A parody about the dark tetrad written to the song "Personality." Wish I'd thought of that.
"It's So Sad," Phil Alexander parody of "I'm So Tired,"The Beatles, Comment by TS Report this comment
Amen!
"Dark Tetradity," Eschew Obfuscation parody of "Personality,"Lloyd Price, Comment by Confused Report this comment
Well, the author name was funnier than the song, but the song was well paced, too bad not even dictionaries can explain the word tetradity?
"The Elements of Etymology," Giorgio Coniglio's Grandson parody of "The Elements,"Tom Lehrer, Comment by GC'sG Report this comment
@Al-Schmal; You seem to be a schm-scholar, perhaps affiliated with a schminstitute. Should I discount your remarks by saying "bullschit-schmullschit" or "bullschit-bullschmit"? Good luck with your insolent shpellchecker.
"Phantom of the Shopper (uh)," Bob Konigsberg parody of "Phantom of the Opera,"Michael Bolton (I think), Comment by Indie Report this comment
Michael Bolton? How dare you MIchael Crawford dude

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