The Road to Popehat: The Oracle At Popehat Edition

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  1. Scott Jacobs says:

    can you be liable for downloading porn from Megaupload

    Well, can you???

  2. You have to wonder what goes through some people's minds, although in some cases when their eyes light up, it isn't an idea, it's just sunlight getting in through their ears.

    Ah well, it's always pleasant to get a Talking Heads song as an earworm. Keep up the good work.

  3. Tam says:

    "Why is it alright for Australians to insult Americans"

    Because they're well out of arm's reach. If you were standing right there in New Zealand, they'd politen up right quick, just you watch.

  4. StrangeOne says:

    I've been asked the citizens united question, in that exact form, on no less than three separate occasions.

    Apparently Matt Damon found the "Matt Damon" jokes in Team America hilarious, he said he would have been willing to do the voice himself on a talk show.

  5. BarSinister says:

    The reason God created Australians is so that the British will quit claiming that Americans speak the worst English.

  6. steve says:

    "Why is it alright for Australians to insult Americans"

    It's like the Canadians insulting Americans. The Americans think, "It's soo cute when they try to sound bad." Of course, let someone Americans consider dangerous like the Chinese or the Iranians do it, and a carrier group makes a detour from it's planned patrol.

  7. Myk says:

    Tom – as a New Zealander, I can assure you; the closer you get, the better you can hear the abuse. Like having your sociopathic brother shouting in your ear while he steals your toys.

  8. Robert says:

    "what breed of dog for shooting: Your local police department will tell you that any breed whatsover is suitable."

    Dude, Radley Balko should so link to this…

  9. SPQR says:

    Myk, even New Zealander's need to be careful not to call Tam "Tom"…

  10. Simon says:

    anarchic teapot — not sure if you were quoting something with that "sunlight" snippet, but you unirregardlessnessly just won your blog another reader.


  11. SPQR says:

    Simon, a bad soccer team.

  12. Much falttered, Simon. I wasn't actually quoting anyone, that was just baseline oddballism for me.

    Those among us who post search engine weirdosity on our blogs have just been one-upped: somewhere, out there in the howling nutterness, is somebody looking for nude pics of Ben Goldacre.

  13. John Burgess says:

    @anarchic teapot: And which is the scarier? That you could assert such a thing or that it's likely true?