Tina's feminism is a bit different than mine or yours. Mine is about women. Tina's seems to be about Tina Fey.
Poe's Law points out that it is hard to tell parodies of fundamentalism (or, more generally, any crackpot theory) from the real thing, since they both seem equally insane. Conversely, real fundamentalism can easily be mistaken for a parody of fundamentalism.
"While the two politicians were cagey about what the duties of the aforementioned horsemen would be, Rep. Bachmann said, “You can bet it will be a mission to end all missions.”
You know a site is tremendously funny when you have such a lovely feeling after reading their guidelines for commenters. I can't wait to get to the post on why comments are moderated.
"Oh my fucking god, behold yet another story in a major American newspaper wherein the writer gets all verklempt about this wack new burlesque craze, just fifteen short years after the first quasi-transgressive hipsters disentombed it from its well-deserved mothball crypt in the misogynist perv-pile."
This little flowchart could solve so many problems. Everyone should read it.
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