BREAKING NEWS (and UPDATE 23/10 below):
After 1 year, 11 months and 29 days, the internet is funny again.. We don’t know what happened, it all stopped all of sudden, and took a Dave-Chapel-African-Style-Retreat but it’s back! And Hey.. guess what, if the internet’s back to being funny, we’re back in business! And we’re so glad.
But it gave us some nice down time. We were able to spend all the money we made from all our advertising deals. And just when our millions were running low. Ebola struck, and we couldn’t be happier.
“I gave my roommate Ebola. It was awesome!” -> Classic Liberian line. I’d even put it as an opener in my craigslist ad to find a new roommate.
But who wouldn’t want a nice, plush ebola stuffed toy to give their kids?!
However, isn’t this great. A massive hysteria always brings out the best in people.. and sometimes is just a great way to cover up hidden racism:
And you know it’s getting ridiculous.. when CNN says it’s getting ridiculous.
And the cherry on top.
Get sick on a plane, stay in the bathroom
A passenger who vomited in the aisle of an American Airlines plane from Dallas to Chicago was allegedly told to stay in the lavatory for the rest of the flight. “They told her to stay in the bathroom, and she stayed in the bathroom,” Martha Selby, a University of Texas professor who was on the flight, told the Houston Chronicle. “They said, ‘We can’t let you out.'”
The airlines told the paper that the woman wanted to stay in the bathroom, and that “there were no concerns related to Ebola.”
Never mind the fact that:
FYI that would be 3 vs 1
(notice the very nice phallically shaped blackout, touché!)
This simple quizz should help you in the long run:
So stay safe, but continue being crazy.
How many of you will be dressed as Ebola for this year’s Halloween? I’m guessing 57% of Frat “Bros” will. The other 43% will be dressed as abortions. Classic.
And in other news.. this guy in Dallas apparently decorated his entire house as Ebola. Nice! OIRB vote for best decorations.
[The owner] explains that police were called the first night he put up his display, so he added a “Happy Halloween” sign to his balcony. The items used in the display were purchased at a hospital auction for less than $150 he says. Faulk says he isn’t finished with the display. He plans to board up his door and put a dummy in a hospital bed in the window soon.
[The owner], who talked to FOX cameras in a “CDC Trainee” uniform and a face mask, told the TV station that people offended by the display need to “lighten up.”