Clown College? You can’t eat that
Paid for by the nut industry
Call the Night’s Watch
Or, why we’re thankful to live in San Diego
Dirty, dirty Titian!
Slug to the gut
Have a bituminous Christmas!
Stamp of disapproval
In the hollowed halls of justice
The one that always knocks
American Werewolf Gothic
Can also be used as a life-preserver
Owl and Bear will now be publishing original cartoons. Here’s our first one:
President Obama, the liberal media announced this morning, has won the Nobel Peace Prize.
On April 29, Barack Obama turns 100. Presidents sure do grow up fast. In many ways, the first 100 days are the most important time in a president’s career, perhaps due to the lopsided attention and arbitrary, question-begging importance bestowed upon them. If you’re looking for 100-days coverage, you’re in the wrong place. Maybe Maury […]
I have actually wondered about this for some time. It seems like more fireworks than ever are being used for non-special events. The recent construction of a minor league ballpark in my hometown came with loud, smoky fireworks after every game. The same thing goes on in San Diego (seen above) at Petco Park, except […]
In the end, the bespectacled buffoon Al Franken beat the John Kerry-caricature Norm Coleman by a paltry 225 votes, but, with over two months having passed since election night, the process took even longer than expected. Owl and Bear has an exclusive look into what happened.
Let’s think back to the primaries and recall how historic they were turning out to be. Democratic front runners Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama were neck and neck in the primaries. Though it wasn’t clear who would take the nomination, we knew that we were in for an historic campaign either way. Obama would of […]
These must be sad, lonely days for George W. Bush. As a lame-duck president with his lowest-ever approval ratings, his thoughts about a legacy must be grim. There’s the war in Iraq, there’s the dismal economy, and there’s nothing on TV anymore. Plus, the release of Oliver Stone’s biopic W. this fall couldn’t have helped […]
No matter how much we wish it weren’t so, America is split in two. The two sides—call them conservative vs. liberal, red vs. blue, or “real” vs. “elite”—have very different dreams for America. And while, yes, at the end of the day we are all brothers, standing united with our fellow countrymen in times of […]
Ever wish you could travel back in time to see how our presidential and vice-presidential candidates were represented online—before they became household names? Well, thanks to Google, your wish has come true. In celebration of its tenth year, the quintessential search engine now allows users to surf the Web like it’s January 2001. Plug in […]
The results of the 2004 presidential election gave us, among other things, a potentially reverse-engineered acronym. PEST, or post-election selection trauma, refers to an overwhelming dissatisfaction with and denial of election results that causes some to seek therapy. In 2004, the vitriol with which some regarded the re-election of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney […]