Tag Archive: South Park


Daily Comedy 6.16.15

Satan Explains Naturalism

 

 

 

Published on Nov 9, 2014

” Stan has an addiction problem with his Canadian video game. He asks higher powers for guidance and Satan ends up explaining the basic principle of naturalism. The source of having problems with addiction…
South Park S18E06 “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 5 Best Libertarian TV Shows Ever

 

 

 

 

 

” This video was released on October 1, 2014. Here’s the original write-up:

After a long day of Bitcoin mining, even libertarians like to kick back with the intoxicant of their choice and turn on the TV. Here are five television shows all libertarians should watch. “

 

Reason

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Comedy 9.11.13

Muslim Sensitivity Training In South Park

 

Gore Is Romney-Rich With $200 Million After Bush Defeat

 

 

California

 

 

Tennessee

 

” In 1999, Al Gore, then U.S. vice president and a Democratic candidate for president, sold $6,000 worth of cows.

The former senator, who spent most of his working life in Congress, had a net worth of about $1.7 million and assets that included pasture rents from a family farm and royalties from a zinc mine, remnants of his rural roots in Carthage, Tennessee. Funds from the cattle sale went to three of his kids, according to federal disclosure forms filed as part of his presidential run.

Fourteen years later, he made an estimated $100 million in a single month. In January, the Current TV network, which he helped to start in 2004, was sold to Qatari-owned Al Jazeera Satellite Network for about $500 million. After debt, he grossed an estimated $70 million for his 20 percent stake, according to people familiar with the transaction. “

 

 

His yacht: Bio Solar One

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cartman Shrugged: The Invisible Gnomes and the Invisible Hand in South Park

Cantor, Paul A.

” Comedy makes fun of people—that is its nature.

Thus the people who condemn South Park today for being offensive need to be reminded that comedy is by its very nature offensive.It derives its energy from its transgressive power, its ability to break taboos, to speak the unspeakable. Comedians are always pushing the envelope, probing to see how much they can get away with in violating the speech codes of their day. Comedy is a social safety valve. We laugh precisely because comedians momentarily liberate us from the restrictions that conventional society imposes on us. We applaud comedians because they say right out in front of an audience what, supposedly, nobody is allowed to say in public. Paradoxically, then, the more permissive American society has become, the harder it has become to write comedy. As censorship laws have been relaxed and people have been allowed to say and show almost anything in movies and television—above all, to deal with formerly taboo sexual material—comedy writers, such as the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, must have begun to wonder if there is any way left to offend audiences.

The genius of Parker and Stone was to see that in our day a new frontier of comic transgression has opened up because of the phenomenon known as political correctness.”