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Name: Mister Rea
Gender: Male
Hometown: Houston
Home country: Moon
Current location: afk
Member since: 2002
Number of posts: 45,459

About Me

(2016 update) I teach 10th instead of 11th graders. I'm 52 now. My God, the changes time brings. Invisible Lines has put on about 10 shows in the past five years. Mostly they didn't suck. This is what I wrote about myself in 2011: I live in Houston, if you can call this living. I teach history to 11th graders. They don't appreciate my genius. I'm an active Democrat really only around election time (knock on doors, make a few phone calls, maybe donate a dollar or two if I think it'll do some good). I'm 48. I'm datin a real special gal right now, but if I don't watch my step I may have to edit out this sentence. I have pretensions toward being a director of performance art, although I've only put on one show (as of Dec 2011). I'm currently working on a second show. Our group is called Invisible Lines (www.invisiblelines.net). I mostly drink Shiner Bock beer because it's a mouth full of heaven. I'm a nut about George Washington, Martin Luther King Jr, and John Dewey. I've resisted for three years saying "I told ya so" about Barack Obama (but then again, I supported Biden in '08 so my room for complaining is minimal). That said, I'll certainly vote mediocre over evil any day of the week. I want Elizabeth Warren to run in 2016. And a pony. I totally want a pony.

Journal Archives

This is how much I love you

the best and worst of skeet shootin' Obama photoshops

Get the bullshit over with first - mostly wingnuts parroting old Dick Cheney cartoons

and there's inevitably the old racist approach. Here's one with an original twist: He's not Kenyan; he's Mexican.


Okay, that's enough to see what doesn't work, political humor wise.

Of course, I'm able to laugh at some liberal stereotypes, like our usual circular firing squad approach to intra-party debates

This isn't necessarily a bad thing. Republicans never form circular shooting squads; they're too busy stabbing each other in the back.

Personally, I'm a fan of shock value humor

<== I did this one myself! FU,MM!!

or pure awesome!


Some day the mountain might get 'im, but the law never will.

Of course, as with all internet memes, the cat freaks have to come along and ruin it for everybody

My God... the truth is worst than the meanest dittohead's nightmare

Oh, Google, however can I plunge the depths of your mysteries?

It's like that old Sesame Street skit: can you tell which one of these search suggestions is not like the other?

actual search suggestion.

This is what my dad just sent me.


My dad is cool.

lunch plans

Oh Google News, why are you so mean?

Lengues dentata

also Toestitles


a few more

Most anti-gun-regulation arguments rest on the belief that swarms of ninjas plan to attack us.

And I will gladly concede the argument that, should there be a sudden outbreak of swarms of ninjas attacking, say, my place of business or recreation, a 30 round magazine semi-automatic will be just the tool for just that situation. In the meantime, however, I'm a little more concerned about red-faced screaming lunatics like Alex Jones and smarmy Machivellis like Wayne LaPierre walking around fully loaded and half cocked.

But that's just me.

The douchebag needs glasses

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