From Jesus and Mo.
Posted by NT Wrong on January 5, 2009
From Jesus and Mo.
Posted by NT Wrong on December 27, 2008
Kal the Animator is a funny man.
“Shit! This is going to take me 120 years!!” – Noah
Posted by NT Wrong on December 26, 2008
Posted by NT Wrong on December 25, 2008
Posted by NT Wrong on December 21, 2008
Satirical country music … this is funny stuff:
“I bet he’s a Commie,
Or even worse, yet, a Jew.”
Posted by NT Wrong on December 17, 2008
I described Barry Matlock as “Objective Genitive Man” in one of the references to an earlier post.
Dr. Matlock replied:
“‘Objective Genitive Man’–how would that look on a t-shirt? Or maybe a superhero costume! NOW I know what to ask for for Christmas!”
Playing with the moniker a little, I guess it would look something like this…
Merry Christmas, Barry!
Posted by NT Wrong on December 14, 2008
Kal has released his latest animation, Adam & Eve – Uncovered.
His animation asks that old question of Genesis chapters 2-3: if Adam and Eve only had knowledge of good and evil after they ate the fruit, then how could God hold them accountable for eating it before they acquired moral knowledge?
Posted by NT Wrong on December 6, 2008
“That was out loud – did you know that?”
Posted by NT Wrong on December 4, 2008
There’s a funny Jesus & Mo cartoon out this week:
Ha – those Catholics are just way too easy a target, aren’t they?
The cartoon relates to a story about Abbot Christopher Jamison. As an on-line cartoon, Jesus and Mo keeps very up-to-date.
Posted by NT Wrong on December 3, 2008
“The Proposition 8 battle has prompted a star-studded music video that is available at the website Funny or Die.
Written by Marc Shaiman and directed by Adam Shankman, the piece shows gay marriage backers and foes debating the issue in song against the backdrop of a Sacramento community college theater. John C. Reilly and Allison Janney lead the gay marriage foes — all dressed in dark Sunday-best suits (and including some African Americans). The anti-Prop. 8 crowd includes Neil Patrick Harris and Andy Richter.
The musical begins with the gay marriage supporters singing about “a brand new bright Obama day…. Happy days for the gays.” The anti forces then move in, singing: “Nobody’s looking, let’s spread the hate … Proposition 8!”
Jack Black then appears as Jesus, who takes part in some mediation. By the end of the video, everyone seems to oppose Prop. 8 (in part because of the lawyers and tattoo removal required to end those same-sex marriages).”
- Los Angeles Times, December 3, 2008
Thanks to John Shuck, Shuck and Jive, for spotting it.