Friday, November 11, 2005

12 Steps for Recovering Libertarians

My name is Glen Raphael, I am a recovering Libertarian, and this is a fantastic list of steps:
We admitted we were powerless in elections and that our party had become unmanageable.

We came to believe that a Spirit greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. My spirit of choice was Canadian Cloud.

We made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to our spouses, who were sick of our political agonizing and our poncing off to meetings...

We admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the embarrassment we felt belonging to an eccentric faction like the LP.

And were entirely ready for the Spirit to remove all this baggage. Can I get that with a lime twist?

We humbly asked our former political friends not to talk politics anymore, and promised not to talk politics with our new nonpolitical friends.

We made a list of all persons The Government had harmed, and realized they probably deserved it.

We made direct contributions to such individuals wherever possible, rather than contribute to a political party and tell them we already gave to a cause this year.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Lipsyncing on a Webcam

More and more PCs - especially Macs - are shipping with a webcam and videoconferencing software. That means we're in for an explosion of spontaneous silliness. If you want to star in this new domain, you'll face stiff competition from goofballs around the world. Starting with...

From a dorm room in China:
they want it that way

From Romania, the land of great eyebrow control:
numa-numa guy

UPDATE: Of course there'd be
(hat tips: Jacqueline Passey, Good Experience)