Wednesday, November 07, 2007
I try my best not to repost too much wholesale content from other sites, lest I risk violating the Ted Stevens Interwebs Copyright Act of 2006, but every so often you just have to swipe some shit.
These two pictures made me literally spit coffee all over my computer.
They're from one of Fark.com's now-legendary photoshop contests, and I figure as long as I give a shout out to both the site and the photoshop creators themselves -- screen names "Texaco Saves" and "You Really Like Me" respectively -- Drew won't try to set me on fire the next time I see him.
The photoshop theme: "The world today if Native Americans had successfully thwarted Europeans from taking over their land back in the 1600s"
A reminder by the way that Drew Curtis's book, It's Not News, It's Fark: How Mass Media Tries to Pass Off Crap as News is now available at your local bookstore. It makes a great Kwanzaa gift.