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Confederate Gay Pride

A few weeks ago I solved the whole Confederate Flag thing with a silly picture on FB. A short while later the Supreme Court finally acknowledged that gay people deserve to be treated equally. People liked my little picture thingy so much I made it into a shirt. Buy that shirt HERE. $5 from each shirt goes to the LA LBGT Center because it’s a nice thing to do and it’s fun to use this

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Tuesday Trashing #1

There are few things better than a good trashing, and few do it better than the Tough Crowd/Opie and Anthony/Comedy Cellar guys. For the inaugural Tuesday Trashing post I give you one of the all time best. The great Patrice O’neal, widely known as one of the kings of verbal destruction, had recently passed away and the guys gathered in the O & A studio to remember Patrice, tell stories and rip each other new

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Cooking with Brotellectual – Killer Chicken Korma

Published on July 8, 2013, by in Cooking.

You know what Brotellectuals do? Cook like badasses. Impress someone with your ability to make non-colon-destroying Indian food. This recipe for Killer Chicken Korma feeds about 2-3 people and takes around 30 min. Stop being a lazy fool and cook some good food. Here’s what you need: 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons butter 2 large onions(white or yellow) chopped 6 tablespoons plain yogurt 2 tablespoons mango chutney – check the international foods aisle 4

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Celebrate Gay Marriage With Some Louis CK Brotellectualisms

Few comics Brotellectualize as well as Louis CK. In honor of California courts opening the gates for gay marriage, take a moment to watch Louis explain why you shouldn’t hate gay people but it’s still ok if they sometimes make you laugh.

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Antonin Scalia Is An Out-of-Touch Douche-Muffin

Published on June 26, 2013, by in Politics.

Today, five of the nine Supreme Court Justices voted to legitimize one tenth of our population by acknowledging the equality granted to them by law. While celebrating this long overdue step (and lamenting that we now have to go to 10% more weddings), it’s easy to forget that this is the Roberts Court, a legacy of the Bush and Reagan administrations, and that four Justices voted to keep DOMA as is. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY we

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