2. So will this.
If you don't get it and/or you think the post is calling the kid ugly, the humor comes from the fact that, as one commenter says:
"[T]he kid who said '...there's no way I came from an ape.' *LOOKS* like an ape. The knuckle-forward posture, the hunched-in head, the heavy brows... He looks like a gorilla.
This is called irony."
And it's pretty funny. I don't understand why people are so offended by or scared of the idea that we share common ancestors with monkeys when we so clearly look like monkeys. I mean, what's wrong with monkeys, anyway? I'd wager that monkeys are better people than most people are.
3. In honor of the beginning of a new year of college and law school, I am following in the footsteps of my friend Grace by reminding any new law students or those considering law school of my Law School Tutorial Series (Hint: Law school will Pwn you for the next 3 years! Suckas!!!111!!)
4. Perhaps you've heard of the California security guard who ejected a woman from a federal building for wearing a t-shirt that said "lesbian.com"? The power-trippy bigot actually told the woman this whopper:
"[H]e had jurisdiction over her clothing under the Rules and Regulations Governing Conduct on Federal Property."
This guy's made-up legal babble is so hilarious that I can't even muster up anger at such an obvious display of bigotry, hatred, and intolerance. As a security guard his sole job was to help keep a building safe. But instead he pulls a Bobby Brady, lets his position go to his head, and becomes overzealous moral hall monitor.
Most importantly, as your blogmistress who has jurisdiction over your clothing under the Rules and Regulations Governing Conduct in Fannie's Room, I am hereby implementing a new blog rule: All ye who enter must remove their tops.
That's right. Dump 'em.