Thursday Night Open Thread

Remember how I mentioned before that I didn’t like music from the ’90s? Here’s one more reason why.

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So, what’s on your mind? Got something you want to share? It’s Thursday Night Open Thread, and you pick the topic to discuss.

Who wants to start?

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Problems to Be Solved

Former Vice-President Al Gore will host a 24-hour broadcast special on climate change next month featuring an array of celebrities and musical performances by artists that include Moby and the Goo Goo Dolls.

Still uncertain: where they’ll park all the private jets, and whether he’ll spend the whole time in his coal-burning jet chair.

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I Wouldn’t Have the Patience for This

[Rubber Bands and Marbles] (Viewer #182,530)

Wish I could see the rubber band snap traps coming. Might have to rewatch it to get everything.

By the way, this was try #41.

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Link of the Day: Merchandise That Proves Die Hard Is a Christmas Movie

[High Praise! to Geeks Are Sexy]

Get an Early Start on Christmas Movies With the New Die Hard 30th Anniversary Holiday Edition

[Think you have a link that’s IMAO-worthy? Send it to harvolson@gmail.com. If I use your link, you will receive High Praise! (assuming you remember to put your name in the email)]

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Trump Truths: Conversion

If President Trump visited an island in the Indian Ocean, he would successfully convert all the inhabitants to Christianity. But not to a sect that prohibits legalized gambling.

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Accidents Happen

[High Praise! to Freedom Is Just Another Word]

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Straight Line of the Day: Found on a Tiny Island in the Middle of the Ocean…

Works like this: I feed you Moon Nukers a straight line, and you hit me with a punch line in the comments.

Found on a tiny island in the middle of the ocean…

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The Illustrated Frank J: Pick a Side

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Why Didn’t He Post It on Facebook?

After Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg failed to show up at a government hearing, one lawmaker tweeted an image of his empty chair.

Most common response: “Why are you tweeting a picture of Obama?”

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