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Made with Chris Baker.
For those of you who are on the bleeding edge of internet comedy and are attending ROFLCon this week in Boston, you can come see Chris Baker and I speak, Saturday at 4:30pm.
We’ll be promoting our new amazing disruptive monteizeable mobile HTML5 crowdfunded local offer startup. If you enjoyed the Fax App Store, you’ll likely enjoy this.
We’re on the lineup against Scumbag Steve. Not a joke.
While you check the weather, I find out why California dermatologists hate the one weird skin care secret discovered by a stay-at-home mom. While you read the New York Times, I rollover for more information about how to get my diabetes under control. While you search IMDB, I click for showtimes, tickets, and behind-the-scenes videos for Think Like a Man. Page after page, banner after banner, I click and I click.
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Exciting news from your favorite bro-speak translation of Kerouac’s On The Road
It’s totes official, bros. On The Bro’d is available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or wherever books are sold. You can even get it as an eBook, if you’re some kind of douche with a Kindle.
So grab a copy of the book, a case of Natty, and shotgun a brewdog every time there’s a semicolon.
Charity Bribes uses donations to pressure celebrities to do things. Right now you can bribe Larry David to join Twitter by donating to the NRDC. If he does it, the money goes to the charity. If not, he’ll just have to find some way to live with himself.
Been building this with Chris Baker and William Burks Spencer for some time. Hopefully giving to charity will now be just a little more awesome.
Sounds of the Internet puts all the best websites with autoplaying music into one awesome playlist.
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An epic heroic tale of plugging and unplugging the power cord of a wireless router:
But then one gray morning did Internet Explorer 6 no longer load The Google. Refresh was clicked, again and again, but still did Internet Explorer 6 not load The Google. Perhaps The Google was broken, the people thought, but then The Yahoo too did not load. Nor did Hotmail. Nor USAToday.com. The land was thrown into panic. Internet Explorer 6 was minimized then maximized. The Compaq Presario was unplugged then plugged back in. The old mouse was brought out and plugged in beside the new mouse. Still, The Google did not load.
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Exciting literary news: On The Bro’d, my full-length bro-speak parody of Kerouac’s On The Road, will be published in April and is now available for pre-order. Get your copy now before the keg is totally tapped.
Starting right now, you can pre-order your very own copy of On The Bro’d. Unlike this chump of a blog that just has some lame-ass excerpts, the book version of On The Bro’d contains the entirety of Kerouac’s On The Road translated into off-the-chain, crunk-as-hell bro-speak.
Shit drops in April, bros.
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