The fourth or fifth time someone told me I should watch this video, I finally got around to doing so. And they were right; it’s pretty good. From Nathan Dintenfass, using the cool xtranormal engine:
Archive for October, 2010
According to the good people at Web Urbanist,
…people have been altering photographs for political purposes almost since the day photographs were invented.
Oh yeah? JPEGs or it didn’t happen! Oh, wait…
Those of you who don’t live in California have your own crosses to bear, I’m sure, but you can be thankful for one thing: You’ve been spared the months-long onslaught of advertising promoting Meg Whitman for governor. Just so you don’t feel left out, here’s an ever-so-slightly tweaked version of what we Californians have been putting up with:
A: Probably not. But if you think you might be, then almost certainly not.
I offer in evidence the following: Smart blind.
But still, if you want to give it a shot, I understand from her Google profile that she is currently “available” (nudge, nudge):
From Aaron/Hiro comes a pointer to this really cool comic. I hope this is true (and have no reason to think it’s not): The greatest Halloween costume ever.
When the opening line of your first Senate campaign ad is: I’m not a witch!
And then ends with a paean to hobbyist wiretapper Linda Tripp: I’m you.
That’s funny, because there is video tape of you saying you dabbled in witchcraft. Not to mention your crusade against masturbation. And the spending campaign money on things like gas, food, rent and bowling.