We’re Not Out Of Funny Yet!

Posted: October 12, 2016 by veeshir in Funniest End of Civilization Evah

It’s still pretty funny out there.

Downright farcical actually. So long as you ignore the drums of war around the world ramping up.

So before the endy gets too endy, let’s see some funny. How do I know the endy is just around the corner? There’s a decent chance that the World Series will be the Cubs against Cleveland. I’m pretty sure that was in Revelation.


Obama Plans Proportional Response To Russia’s Hacking!!!!!!!!

What’s proportional? Is Obama’s going to have the Dept. of “Justice” publish GOP emails they’ve already hacked?


Lefties pushing to turn Columbus Day into Indigenous People Day. First, notice it’s not American Indians doing it. As we’ve learned in countless movies from tolerant lefties, only rich, white, lefties can be authentic Indians.

I say we let them do it, so long as they name it, “Redskins Day”



I missed this the other day, Melania Trump wore a “Pussy Bow” shirt to the debates! That’s hilarious.


The moderate rebels in the People’s Front of Judea are fighting the moderate rebels in the Judean People’s Front are fighting the moderate rebels in the Front of the Judean People.

Heavy rebel infighting broke out last week between Ahrar al-Sham and Jund al-Aqsa (Jund) in northern Syria. The clashes followed growing tensions between the two groups after Jund was accused of ambushing Ahrar al-Sham leaders. A number of Syrian rebel groups rallied behind Ahrar al-Sham and declared war against Jund….

Jund declared their merger with Jabhat Fatah al-Sham (Fatah al-Sham), the rebranded former Al-Qaeda affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra…

Jund, formerly known as Saraya al-Quds, was formed in 2012 as a sub-unit within Fatah al-Sham, when it was known as Jabhat al-Nusra and still affiliated with Al-Qaeda, the group became independent in 2014 after refusing to join Nusra in the fight against ISIS. However, despite the split, the group has remained openly aligned with Fatah al-Sham, illustrated by Jund’s previous decisions to fight alongside Nusra against other Free Syrian Army (FSA)…

The ongoing internal struggle between radical and pragmatic factions within both Ahrar al-Sham and Fateh al-Sham has reportedly led to a string of defections towards Jund….

Jund’s decision to merge with Fatah al-Sham has led to criticism and resentment toward the former Al-Qaeda affiliate, negatively impacting its popularity. Despite Jund’s union with Fatah al-Sham, the fight led by Ahrar al-Sham…

a senior Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zinki official, accused Fatah al-Sham of committing treason by taking in Jund members. Additionally, the merger will likely be a blow to Fatah al-Sham’s rebranding effort to portray itself as a non-jihadist entity, which was proving effective after its public break with Al-Qaeda….


It’s funny how horrible, murderous terrorist groups can be so darn funny.


Let’s end on me being upset. If I had known this was going to happen I would have watched the debate.




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