Thursday, October 14, 2010

The Monologist 10/14/10

Suffolk County NY is starting a published list of animal abusers, a lot like the one used for sex offenders. So now you'll know which houses not to trick or treat at, especially if your child is dressed as Snoopy.

A 76 year-old man who engineered a major ponzi scheme is being charged today. The press are calling him "mini-Madoff", but will probably have to change that when they realize that this is also Bernie Madoff's nickname in prison.

Yesterday the 33 miners in Chile were finally rescued after being trapped in a collapsed mine tunnel. People are now saying that these men will be brought with much fame. So get ready for next year's smash hit "The Real Housewives of a Collapsed Mine Tunnel in Chile"

In the race for Connecticut Senator, Dick Blumenthal seems to be pulling away from WWE executive Linda McMahon. Though this shouldn't matter, as everyone knows elections are fake.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Mini-Monology: 10/7/2010

In NYC, the FBI has seized a set of John Lennon's fingerprints from a memorabilia shop. Now I'm no FBI agent, but I'm going to go out on a limb and say that John Lennon didn't commit this crime.

In Hungary, there was an incident at a factory that sent toxic red sludge into the Danube River, causing much environmental damage. While no one knows what the nature of this hazardous red sludge is, we can only assume that the factory that makes Spaghettio's is located in Hungary.

Scientists have said that there is a rare Japanese plant that has the biggest genome yet. This is important to the scientific community, as well as the other plants that will have to start driving hummers to overcompensate.

Monday, October 4, 2010

The Monologist: 10/4/2010

Bob Edwards, a scientist who developed the test-tube method for in vitro fertilization, has been awarded with a Nobel Prize today. Edwards has often been called the "Father of the test-tube baby", but we won't know for sure until he goes on Maury next week.

A study has shown that while younger couples are more likely to use condoms, older people are less likely to use condoms. When asked about their study, a researcher said "I don't want to be a scientist anymore. I quit."

Evan Williams, the co-founder of Twitter is stepping down as CEO today. He says he's stepping down to focus on product strategy, but most people believe he's trying to get Aaron Sorkin to write a movie about him.

In Sao Paolo, a famous Brazilian clown has been voted to be on congress. All that is known about him is that his entire staff will all travel in the same tiny car. While Brazilians are frustrated to have a clown in congress, America had one as president for eight years.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Monologist 9/30/2010

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco's cereal box is being pulled off of shelves because one of the phone numbers on the box is a typo, and leads to a phone sex line. When asked about this, a representative said "It was a mistake, that number was supposed to go on Ben Roethlisberger's cereal box."

In Japan, Panasonic has developed a robot that washes your hair. Some of the features of this robot include shampooing, scalp massaging, and never shutting up about its opinion on why men are jerks.

"The Social Network" hits theaters tonight at midnight. Critics are already saying that the movie is "defining of a generation", but if that were true, then why isn't this movie in IMAX 3D?

A Russian firm has announced that it is developing a hotel on the International Space Station. Though if you really wanted to vacation in a place that is cold and is always dark, you should probably try Russia first.

It was announced today that the Star Wars movies will be re-released in 3-D. Fans are not happy about this, most likely because they all already have to wear glasses.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Monologist 9/27/10

Today the owner of the company that makes the Segway died as he fell of a cliff while riding a Segway, so if I were the owner of Subway, I'd probably avoid riding underground mass transit.

Today the temperature in Los Angeles has reached a record 113 degrees. Local weather officials are calling this "Kardashian Weather", clarifying by saying "Look, we get it. You're hot. Now go away forever."

Southwest Airlines has bought AirTran for $1.4 billion dollars, or roughly as much as it costs to check four bags on Southwest Airlines.

President Barack Obama recently issued a request to have America lengthen the school year by one month. He also announced that Santa Claus was dead and that candy will now be illegal.

In Japan, an eight car pile-up was caused by a large amount of mayonnaise that fell off the back of a truck. The traffic was also stopped after people kept trying to make a weird porno in the street.

Scientists now have access to a DNA database of dogs that will allegedly help prosecute dogfighters and curb dogfighting altogether. Another thing helping to curb dogfighting, the fact that Michael Vick has a job playing football again.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

The Monologist: 7/14/2010

Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston are getting engaged. They are on the cover of US Weekly, where Bristol says that telling her mother will be "intimidating and scary". So instead of just telling her the news, Sarah Palin will find out the way everyone else does, while checking out at the grocery store.

A gubernatorial candidate in Colorado is in trouble today for apparently plagiarizing a part of an essay by a famous judge for his campaign. He said he would have written the quote himself, but his grandma died and his computer was all messed up again, he swears.

AT&T U-Verse subscribers are worried today as the company threatens to take away the popular AMC show "Mad Men" from their service. One fan was quoted as saying "Just give us one more season, just in case something actually happens in this one."

After his last heart attack, Dick Cheney has now been outfitted with a new heart device to combat congestive heart failure. With this news, he has climbed over Dr. Doom on the list of most menacing robotic super-villains.

Bono announced he is fully recovered after having an emergency back surgery. Doctors found that the problem with his back was that it had to hold up his giant ego for all these years.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Monologist: 7/9/2010

A new climate phenomenon known as "La Nina" is starting to take hold in the gulf. You might remember it's counterpart "El Nino". "La Nina" is worse, because it gets even more violent and devastating for about one week every month.

Last night Lebron James officially announced that he was leaving Cleveland to play for the Miami. He was quoted as saying "I thought to myself, where would my grandma go to play?"

Cleveland is absolutely devastated over Lebron James leaving. The mood is so bad in Cleveland that Detroit feels bad.

More Mel Gibson tapes are coming out that show him being verbally abusive to his now ex-wife. Apparently he said "I will bury you in the rose garden". This is violent and terrifying, but still probably the most romantic thing he's ever said.

In New York City they are considering raising taxes on cigarettes, which could make a pack cost up to $15 dollars. So not only can you not smoke in bars anymore, you can't smoke in your economic class.

Chrysler is offering a new 60-day money-back guarantee on all of their new vehicles. To make their vehicles sound more like something you could buy off of TV, if you buy one right now, they'll throw in a ShamWow for no extra charge.

Lance Armstrong is calling for his Radio Shack-sponsored team to once again take the lead in the Tour de France. This would mark the first time a Radio Shack employee has tried hard to do anything.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

The Monologist: 7/7/2010

An internet rumor today has been denied that Justin Bieber would be doing a concert in North Korea. Though if this concert had happened, I'm sure we would've reminded North Korea that Justin Bieber is actually Canadian, not American. We don't want any trouble.

Pop legend Prince told the Daily Mirror yesterday that "The Internet's Completely Over". He went to the Daily Mirror because there are no other printed newspapers left.

A woman is claiming $20 million in damages after she claims that the film "Death at a Funeral" took a story from a book she wrote about a similar experience as she was stripped of her clothing at a funeral. There's no word on whether or not she was also the inspiration behind "Big Momma's House 2". She wants $20 million, or in other words, $19 million more than that movie made.

Lebron James has decided to air his free-agency decision on ESPN tomorrow night. Though if he waits long enough he could probably get a series out of this.

Supreme Court Justice nominee Elena Kagan passed a series of tests to test that she does not have any religious preferences. Not much is known about the tests, but it's safe to say that she didn't call the cream cheese "schmeer".

NASA has released a videogame called Moonbase Alpha, in which you explore the moon and try to repair a space station. An early review of the game says "It's kind of like what it feels like to be an intern for the army in the game "Halo".

Monday, May 24, 2010

The Monologist 5/24 (BACK BABY!)

A four-year old Michael Jackson impersonator from Beijing is taking the world by storm with his dance routines inspired by the deceased pop-star. As an extra precaution for his safety, the boys pediatrician has already been arrested.

Yankee Stadium has officially banned apple's IPad device from being brought inside the park. Park officials are apparently afraid that users could use the device to "watch a more entertaining sport."

The Space Shuttle Atlantis is closing in on 120 million miles traveled in its life span. This is particularly amazing considering most American-made vehicles never make it to 120,000.

Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to wear a monitoring bracelet that will make her abstain from drugs and alcohol. Though they can't stop her from spinning around in a circle until she's dizzy. Yet...

Paul McCartney will be playing for Barack Obama at the White House next month. This is unless Yoko Ono somehow screws it all up.

The eight survivors of an Air India flight that crashed Saturday are apparently being offered jobs with Air India as compensation when their work permits were lost in the crash. Because the best way to overcome a tragedy is to have to work at the source of the tragedy for fifty hours a week.

Speaking of plane crash survivors, the finale of "Lost" aired last night. For viewers of the show they finally figured out the fate of the people on the island. For non-viewers of the show, they figured out that their friends don't like you as much as they like "Lost".

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Jokes 4/13/10

Facebook is releasing a new and improved online safety site. This "safety center" will reportedly provide safety tools for parents, teachers, and law enforcement, and just about anyone else that college kids don't want to have facebooks.

Twitter has finally decided to make money through paid online advertisements. This means Ashton Kutcher won't be the only thing that is shamelessly promoted on twitter.

For it's 65th anniversary, the children's show "Thomas The Tank Engine" will now feature a new character, a train from Japan. Though don't expect this character to be around for a while, apparently the train was manufactured by Toyota.

Cambridge University is now offering tuition money to female students so they can learn "pole dancing". Now when a stripper says they are just doing this to get through college, they are finally not lying.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Jokes 4/12/10

This week Best Buy will start selling Barnes and Noble's E-reader, "The Nook". In another effort to be more like Barnes and Nobles, Best Buy will now allow homeless people to read porno magazines in their stores.

Barack Obama has announced that he will be helping to fund NASA's new program, which will try to get us to Mars, and start up a commercial "Space Taxi" service. This means space taxis will have to at least pick up one black guy.

The Vatican has finally "made peace" with Beatles, after John Lennon's 1966 comment that the band was bigger than Jesus. Later a Vatican spokesperson said "It's not like we say they're our favorite band. That's such a cop-out. We hate when people do that."

Conan O'Brien has reached a 5 year deal to do a late-night talk show for TBS. Now their moniker "TBS: Very Funny" doesn't have to only apply to the six hours of "The Office" reruns they show everyday.

This year's Pulitzer Prize winner will be announced today, and strong in the running is the tabloid magazine "The National Enquirer". If this happens, wait for next year when Glenn Beck wins an Emmy and the World Cup.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Jokes 4/7/10

Apparently Mattel is releasing a new version of Scrabble that will allow players to use proper nouns. In other news, my cousin, Jayluxz is totally real, I swear.

Nintendo and Google are teaming up to create a Wii game in which players compete to generate the most search engine results. Though gamers will find out just how easy it is to win this game once they think to use the word "porn".

A female astronaut in Japan had a fashion designer make her a high-fashion spacesuit, with a blue cardigan and shorts. Though as they say, "in space, no one can hear you talk about how awesome you think your douchey outfit is."

GM has reported losses of $4.3 billion for the second half of 2009. To put that in perspective, Toyota is still making money and their cars don't have brakes.

At the Master's tournament, the members of Tiger's threesome have been announced, which is weird because I thought they had all come forward already.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Jokes 4/5/10

It has been rumored that Bruce Springsteen has been having an affair behind his wife's back. Apparently his genitals have been on more things than the cameras at Super Bowl halftime shows.

IMAX theaters are starting to show a 3D documentary about the Hubble telescope. As kids will obviously hate this 3D movie, the company is thinking of rebranding it, with the voice of Telescope being played by Kevin James.

According to NASA, the space shuttle Discovery will have four women aboard it at once, making that the most in history. So get ready for Bravo's new show, "The Real Housewives of Space".

Rod Blagojevich has been fired on celebrity apprentice. Donald Trump said it was because he struggled as a team leader, but many assume that he was trying to sell his spot on the show to Biz Markie.

The FAA has made a new ruling that would allow pilots who are on antidepressants to fly. This came with another similar ruling, which would make it illegal for pilots to read their sad poems over the loudspeaker.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Jokes 3/31/10

In Tennessee a 70-year-old man rammed his SUV into another man's car because he had an "Obama/Biden" bumper sticker. Though officials say he might have also been reacting to the news that the man's child was an honor student at Mattlin Middle School.

Sandra Bullock's cheating husband Jesse James has entered rehab to save his marriage. There's no report as to when he will be returning to the PGA Tour.

Sarah Palin used her Facebook page to write an article where she warns against the "Second Holocaust" if Iran gets nuclear weapons. Though other republicans are denying that this terrible event ever happened.

In Washington D.C., hard-hit journalists are holding a contest to see who of them is the funniest journalist. Nearby, a similar event will be held to find the most honest politician.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Jokes 3/30/10

President Barack Obama will be signing a new measure to aid college students with their loans. He will be signing the bill at Northern Virginia Community College, but probably just until the government can afford to sign it at Northwestern.

Ricky Martin has officially come out of the closet, but let's face it, even his two-year-old surrogate sons have known for ten years.

Toyota has announced that they will be enlisting NASA to help them solve their problems with malfunctioning accelerators. NASA will also help Toyota by sending the company's CEO to Mars.

Scientists are saying that eating unhealthy foods may have a similar effect on people than using the drugs cocaine or heroin. That may be sort of true, but I still don't think that was confectioner's sugar coming out of Lindsay Lohan's shoes.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Jokes 3/25/10

In Japan they are releasing a robotic human that will be used for dentistry students to practice on. They are giving the robot life-like features, like moving eyelids, moving jaw and tongue, as well as the ability possibly say something racist while under anesthesia.

After complaints were made about a NYC jungle gym that resembles a jail, the city has decided to change around the Brooklyn park. The jungle gym jail will be turned into a jungle gym halfway house, where kids can settle back into the realities of life after getting out of the joint.

A Frenchman has been arrested after it was found out that he was the person who hacked into Barack Obama's twitter account. The incarcerated hacker then said "That's what you get for making your password "President1".

The Pentagon has enacted measures that would ease rules on the gay ban in the U.S. military. Soldiers still can't ask or tell, but now they can vote on American Idol without scrutiny.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Jokes 3/24/10

In the midst of a budget crisis, California has decided to alleviate its overcrowded jails by making parole easier. This will help the local economy improve, and will also make it easier for Vh1 to get reality show contestants.

California has come even closer to voting on a bill that would legalize marijuana in the state. Just don't get caught smoking weed with your same-sex partner, that would be dangerous.

A video of Joe Biden using the "f-word" has hit the internet today. A reporter then asked Biden, "Do you kiss Barack Obama's ass with that mouth?"

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Jokes 3/23/10

Nintendo has just announced that it will be releasing their DS handheld system in a version that supports 3-D. Though the system will not need 3-D glasses. A representative from Nintendo added, "We figured the game boy has already made enough kids need glasses."

A UN body has just rejected a call for certain species of shark to be protected from extinction from overfishing. So just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, it probably is because all of the sharks are dead.

A study was done that analyzed the portions in the painting "The Last Supper" are considerably less then versus how they are now. The researchers are halfway through their next project, finding out if the modern day Mona Lisa would have cankles.

Variety has reported that the Discovery channel has picked up the rights to the Sarah Palin reality show. It will be the crabbiest thing on the channel even after "Deadliest Catch"

The New Jersey Nets need to win two more games to avoid having the worst season in NBA basketball history. Despite this season failure, the Nets are still going to be moving to Brooklyn next year, but to a not-so-nice part of Brooklyn.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Jokes 3/22/10

Healthcare!!! Yesterday night a bill finally passed to enact healthcare reform in America. We should all celebrate by getting unnecessary surgeries. The bill states that health insurance will be much like car insurance, in that it will become legally mandatory, and it will be sold to you by a talking gecko.

A volcano has erupted in Iceland causing hundreds to flee. Now if I remember correctly, the pneumonic device was "Greenland is Icy, Iceland is covered by molten ash."

Actor Ben Affleck has launched a new campaign to raise awareness about the atrocities committed against women in the East Congo in America. At the same time, the East Congo is launching a campaign to raise awareness about Ben Affleck in America.

In the NCAA tournament, low-seeded Cornell has dominated another round of play. Apparently college basketball tournament games have a verbal section now.

FOX has released a list of the riskiest Online Cities in America. Finally a list of cities with the word "Riskiest" that Detroit doesn't automatically top.

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin will be on the next season of "Dancing With the Stars", but everyone thinks he's probably just to come in second right behind Neil Armstrong, again.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Jokes 3/18/10

Welcome to the morning after St. Patrick's Day, where everyone is still just a little bit Irish.

Singapore has just opened it's own Universal Studios Theme Park today. In this park you'll be able to ride all of the bootlegs of the movies.

Rangers manager Ron Washington has apologized for testing positive for cocaine last month. The team knew he was on cocaine when baserunners became confused as to what the signal for "grinding your teeth" was.

A sex shop in Europe is being fined after trying to get a tax break by calling itself a "cinema" because they show pornographic movies. The owner was discouraged, but went on to say that they might try to call the shop a police station next week, on the count that they sell handcuffs.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Jokes 3/17/10

Today people across America are going green -- but not in the good, helpful way. As a result of severe winter storms, there will be a shortage of Shamrocks this year, which is putting a lot of St. Patrick's Day festivities on shaky ground in Ireland. Wait, you can't get drunk on shamrocks? Oh, then never mind. Game on.

A man in Montana is alive after being stuck in a snowbank for four whole days. Unfortunately snowbanks in America aren't like regular banks in America, which disappear after only two days.

The Smithsonian has just opened a $21 million exhibit hall about human evolution. Devout creationists believe the exhibit exists, but thinks it was actually built by god in seven days.

A U.S. fertility clinic is facing problems after they offered British Woman at a seminar a chance to win free fertile eggs in a raffle. Though this plan went over a lot better than their previous idea, sperm toss.

Fox has announced that it will release the DVD for "Avatar" in three different versions over the next year, releasing a 2D version, a 3D version, and an ultimate extended special edition version. A Fox spokesperson said "By the end of the year we might finally be able to buy that unobtanium we've always wanted.

Happy St. Patty's

-Jesse O' McSachs

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Jokes 3/16/10

Debate has been sparked after Disney announced that it would release the DVD of "Alice in Wonderland" only three months after its theatrical release. This doesn't seem like a controversy, but apparently Disney has never been to Chinatown, where you can get the DVD to "Alice and Wonderland" right now.

A report finds that the FBI has been using social networking sites like twitter and facebook in order to make fake profiles and go undercover to gather private information. As a twitter user myself, I really hope the feds never find out that I just ate a sugar cookie, or that I liked the Iron Man 2 trailer.

Tiger Woods has announced his return to the Masters Tournament for this year. Tiger Woods has been out of golf for over four months, so analysts don't expect him to win this tournament, though he is a sure-fire pick to win the Player's Ball and the ESPY award for lifetime achievement in boning.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Jokes 3/15/10

A study shows that children who misbehave are more likely to report chronic pain as an adult. Scientists also tried to find out why better behaving children are always hitting themselves? Why are they always hitting themselves?

A Swiss watch designer has created a $12,000 watch that is, get this, made completely out of fossilized dinosaur dung. So when someone asks you what time it is, you can say "I don't know, my watch is made out of dinosaur dung."

Soccer star David Beckham has apparently completely torn his achilles tendon. This is the biggest news to come out of soccer since someone actually scored a goal last year.

There is a rumor that the show "24" will be moving over to NBC. In this season, Jack Bauer will have to go to Los Angeles to take care of a giant bomb, "The Marriage Ref".

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Jokes 3/11/10

Tiger Woods has apparently hired former Press Secretary for George W. Bush Ari Fleischer to help him rehabilitate his public image. I'm not sure if it'll help his approval rating, but at least it'll help Tiger Woods go to war with Iraq.

The Internet has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. The actual award will be shared by Charlie Bit My Finger and Lindsay Lohan's vagina.

Conan O' Brien has announced a nationwide tour after he was forced off of television only a few months ago by NBC. The tour will have about twenty stops, but will likely miss a few when Jay Leno slashes the tires of his tour bus.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Jokes 3/10/10

A New York City chef has started to produce a cheese that is made from his wife's breastmilk. I'd stay away from his restaurant, but especially his lemonade stand and fudge shop around the corner.

Charlie Sheen has announced that he will be returning to "Two and a Half Men" after going back into rehab, thus halting the show's production. When he comes out the show will be called "Four and a Half Men", in order to compensate for Sheen's social worker and parole officer.

The former CBS producer that tried to blackmail David Letterman has pleaded guilty today in court. So if you're a late night talk show host on CBS people will try to extort you, as opposed to being a late night talk show host on NBC where they just straight f*ck you.

According to the CDC, the rates of genital herpes in the United States is still high. Finally, a statistic the economy hasn't lowered.

Today new Math and English standards have been drafted to be more rigorous and uniform in schools. The government is reportedly paying $350 million dollars for this project, though there's a very good chance that is a counting error or typo.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Jokes 3/9/10

The domain name will be going up for auction, and it looks like it will be selling for over $14 million dollars. The sale price of will most likely exceed the sale prices of similiar sites and

In London today, a sequel to "Phantom of the Opera" is opening. This sequel will be bigger, sexier, and the phantom will be replaced by Don Cheadle.

Pink Floyd is battling a case against their label EMI for online royalties for their albums. Apparently the opening arguments for the court case will sync up perfectly with "The Wizard of Oz".

Officials in Cyprus are saying that the motive behind thieves stealing the corpse of ex-president Tassos Papadopolous was likely ransom. They're taking ransom for a man who has been dead for over a year. Experts are saying these criminals next target will be the 1996 Olympics.

Monday, March 8, 2010

Jokes: 3/8/10

Today former House Majority Leader Tom Delay was quoted as saying that people in America are unemployed because they want to be. So in a few years or so be prepared to give a lot of feedback on those screenplays that ten percent of Americans are taking time off to write.

The Oscars were last night, and let me just say, Alec Baldwin has been trying so hard to not be my favorite Baldwin anymore. The film "The Hurt Locker" beat out other favorite "Avatar" in many categories. As you might know, the director of "The Hurt Locker" Kathryn Bigelow used to be married to the director of "Avatar" James Cameron. All I'm saying is that this situation would make a great comedy, but unfortunately would never win an Oscar because it's a comedy.

Studies have found that women who frequently drink alcohol in moderation are more likely to keep their weight down. In other studies, men who frequently drink alcohol in moderation are more likely to be called a "pussy" by their friends.

A new study finds that Black and Hispanic Americans are more likely to lose sleep over job and money worries. That may be an interesting observation about the differences between races, but definitely couldn't sustain its own lame stand-up comedy bit.

Apparently Texans who live near the Mexican border are starting to use twitter in order to relay information to fight organized crime in Mexico. So now twitter can really do it all, oh, except make real money.

A Kentucky woman is being charged with assault after squirting breast milk at a female guard while she was in jail. The woman was originally put in jail for public intoxication, which probably explained how her cellmates were able to have "Slippery Nipples" that night. (I'm so sorry for this last one, I swear)

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Jokes: 3/4/10

The Senate just rejected a bill that would give 57 million elderly Americans a check for $250. A senator who was against the bill said "Now I can finally get back at my grandparents for always giving me checks for $13."

Also today in Senate, senators are pushing to lift a ban on blood donations from gay men. I feel like they decided that the vampires from "Twilight" were finally ready to give some blood back.

In South Korea, the company Samsung has just unveiled a refrigerator with built-in internet. So that means while you are at the fridge you can look up recipes, or get e-mails, or find out exactly when you ran out of stupid crap to buy.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Jokes: 3/3/10

An Israeli army raid was called off after an Israeli soldier divulged the specific plans to attack a West Bank village on his facebook page. The soldier obviously regrets not making the attack a "secret" event.

A representative for the EU is stating that genetically modified foods are an unavoidable part of the future for the world. When asked about the difference between regular foods and genetically modified foods he said "It's silly. That's like comparing apples to mega-oranges."

Apparently a bomb was detonated at a school in Detroit. People were evacuated but no one was hurt. Experts don't know why the bomb didn't explode correctly, but this is Detroit, the bomb was probably too depressed to work right.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Jokes: 3/2/10

The suit that O.J. Simpson wore when he was acquitted of murder is going to be donated to the Smithsonian. It will put up next to the chair that Archie Bunker used to kill all of those people.

GM is recalling 1.3 million cars due to a problem with power steering, and therefore picking the worst time ever to rip off an idea from Toyota.

Four California men are being charged for hacking into websites in order to illegally obtain more than a million tickets to concerts and sporting events, and then reselling them for a huge profit. They called their project: Ticketmaster.

Lebron James has filed to get his number changed from 23, to 6. While most people think this change is out of reverence to Michael Jordan, he actually wanted to change his number to the amount of people who still care about the NBA.

The city of Topeka Kansas will be temporarily renamed "Google, Kansas" in order to get the company to test an ultra-fast connection in the city. In other news, Detroit will be renamed "Any company please come and help us, please".

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Monday, March 1, 2010

Jokes: 3/1/10

After gun activists started bringing firearms into Starbucks locations, the company has declared that they will not take any action against those people. In related news, Starbucks employees will never mess up another order ever again.

Tonight Jay Leno will host "The Tonight Show" again. His guests tonight will be Jamie Foxx, Lindsay Vonn, and finally, the angry ghost of Johnny Carson.

Big news at the olympics, the Canadians beat the United States hockey team 3-2 to win the gold medal. Well at least we still dominate all of the stupid sports that we invented.

It has just been revealed the the new Shrek film will open up the Tribeca Film Festival, so in this installment get ready for Shrek to discover himself sexually with the gingerbread man.

The Playstation Network, the PS3's online gaming service was shut down for about a day over the weekend because of a glitch. Though on the bright side, your little brother is devastated.

Economy news: In Michigan today, a local pedestrian bridge was sold for one dollar, which is great news because a month ago they were going to outsource the bridge to India for half of that.

Apparently Minnesota Timberwolves star Al Jefferson was arrested and charged with a fourth degree DWI yesterday morning. No one is sure what made him do this, but we all have a pretty good feeling it was mostly because he plays for the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Weekend Thoughts - Gallo Makes With The Laugh Laugh 2/27

Ok, so in the vein of late night talk shows, I'm feeling I might just skip updates on the weekend. Look, I've got a lot to do on the weekend, and between drinking, and then recovering from drinking, I'm not made of time here.

Nevertheless, at the end of the week I'm going to try and post some of the jokes that my friend Ryan Gallo has written over the week. So here a little section I like to call "Gallo Makes With The Laugh Laugh and Whatnot"

"Gallo Makes With The Laugh Laugh and Whatnot" 2/27

Today in the news, Tiger Woods is no longer being sponsored by Gatorade. Yeah, he's been dropped from Gatorade. I guess now the only way to get the taste of Tiger Woods is to be a woman with low morals.

In his defense, Tiger Woods announced his own sports drink, Tigerade. Only one flavor has been announced publically, but there are rumors of up to 13 more in private.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Jokes: 2/26/10

Yesterday Charlie Sheen admitted himself to Preemptive Rehab, or what people are calling "prehab". So in about two days get ready to hear about his first "prelapse".

On the topic of monkeys in rehab, today there was a monkey that was sent to rehab. He was in a Russian zoo, and the zoo owners said that they needed to cure the monkey of its smoking and drinking habits. They also said that now they completely regret building a 7-11 right into his cage.

Dick Cheney is said to be recovering from his fifth, count it, fifth heart attack that he sustained only a few days ago. Though the former Vice President was in high spirits, saying "At least my next one will be free."

Today a 507 carat Petra Diamond sold for $35 million dollars, so think about that while you sit on your couch you got for free on craigslist.

In Britain, a department store is launching a gift registry for people who are not just getting married, but now for people who are getting divorced. This is a great idea, just as long as this department store sells kleenex and vodka.

Also in Britain, a few high-ranking British politicians have fallen victim to a scam on their twitter accounts. And yet Gary Busey still tweets unabated.

"The Monologist" Mission Statement

My name is Jesse Sachs. As an aspiring comedy writer, I think it's important to have an outlet for my work, and with Conan O' Brien off the air, and with myself not having a television or a job at this juncture, I figured it was worth it to just start writing my own late-night monologue jokes.

My disclaimer is this: Not all of these jokes are going to be winners. Even on the big scale they barely ever are, so cut me some slack. But I like criticism, and I like feedback, and I generally just like to know that people are enjoying my work, so any comment is welcome.

You are my rock, anonymous internet people.