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2012-11-11 02:29:01 PM
www.websnark.com

I can only think of this..
 
2012-11-11 03:05:46 PM
♩My Ding-A-Ling
♩My Ding-A-Ling
♩Won't you play with
♩My Ding-A-Ling

// CURSE YOU, CHUCK BERRY!
 
2012-11-11 03:30:47 PM
i.imgflash.com
 
2012-11-11 03:37:25 PM
If we're going to post weird stuff that's been floating around the internet for months, how about you all go find the Dongcopter Pirate video. At least that was funny. (NSFW, if you couldn't guess).
 
2012-11-11 04:07:46 PM
there is much worse you can see and spend your money on, and our government does so every day. you pay for it and they don't care if you're good with it or not. since the government is owned by wealthy powerful families they are also making nice Daddy Warbucks off the sweat of your brow. meanwhile many of you are just fine with carrying their guns or raising your children in church teaching them thou shall not kill then watching them run off to play soldier in a war thousands of miles away from the land that is your home. my dog is smarter than some of you. she is quiet and peaceful, she tells no lies and she brings joy to those who see her. you, not so much.
 
2012-11-11 04:37:13 PM

wambu: FlyinS: wambu: [i.imgur.com image 250x250]

That's what I thought at first.


At first.

You're a sick, sick man. Welcome to FARK.


Oh I've been here for years, I just rarely post. Too busy fapping to vids like this one. :)
 
2012-11-11 04:56:41 PM

Metalman71589: [www.websnark.com image 250x195]

I can only think of this..


Ha! First thing I thought of too.
 
2012-11-11 06:27:43 PM
WTF 0/1
 
2012-11-11 06:43:57 PM

T.M.S.: WestHamHooligan: Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: LeglessDog: . . . and it was probably taxpayer-funded.

WestHamHooligan: and the taxpayers are probably funding this "art"

fark public funding...

I'd rather see thousands of dollars of tax money paying for this stuff than billions for additional military hardware that even the military doesn't want. If you're going to biatch about wasted tax monies, it helps to A) pick something that is actually a waste (which is definitely up for discussion when it comes to art) and B) would actually make a difference if funding were stopped. Biatching about tax money being spent on this would be like suggesting that someone should save money by switching to regular milk in their coffee instead of half & half, while completely ignoring the fact that they only drink Kopi Luwak (~$160/lb).

let me put it in a way that you can understand... being a long time musician and a business owner i see both sides of the coin. If people want something they will pay for it, Public television, music, the arts, public radio. If it's worth an actual $ amount people will pay for it. If we as taxpayers have to subsidize something that 15 people will enjoy IT'S NOT WORTH IT!!! Commercial entities (businesses or consumers) will pay the bill by way of capitalist voting. the way it is meant to be

As for $ spent on military equipment that they don't want is off base, someone thinks it's needed and it's someone who has the power to say PURCHASE made the call.

Most of the arts would not survive without public funding. And "not for profit" means just that.

But these institutions are surrounded by for profit businesses that generate a great deal of money and tax revenue.

Just try to close down Lincoln Center and see what happens to the local economy.


hy are some "arts" funded and not others? it's a joke... You have talented kids out there who can play instruments with the best of them that would be laughed out of an arts funding institution, leaving them to struggle to find a show that may actually pay a dollar. Why is this "performance artist" more worthy of funds? fark 'em, let them see how many people would be willing to PAY to see their "art"... let them live and die by the same rules of artistic worth that everyone else does...
 
2012-11-11 07:06:20 PM
Ow. My soul.
 
2012-11-11 07:13:30 PM

WestHamHooligan: T.M.S.: WestHamHooligan: Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: LeglessDog: . . . and it was probably taxpayer-funded.

WestHamHooligan: and the taxpayers are probably funding this "art"

fark public funding...

I'd rather see thousands of dollars of tax money paying for this stuff than billions for additional military hardware that even the military doesn't want. If you're going to biatch about wasted tax monies, it helps to A) pick something that is actually a waste (which is definitely up for discussion when it comes to art) and B) would actually make a difference if funding were stopped. Biatching about tax money being spent on this would be like suggesting that someone should save money by switching to regular milk in their coffee instead of half & half, while completely ignoring the fact that they only drink Kopi Luwak (~$160/lb).

let me put it in a way that you can understand... being a long time musician and a business owner i see both sides of the coin. If people want something they will pay for it, Public television, music, the arts, public radio. If it's worth an actual $ amount people will pay for it. If we as taxpayers have to subsidize something that 15 people will enjoy IT'S NOT WORTH IT!!! Commercial entities (businesses or consumers) will pay the bill by way of capitalist voting. the way it is meant to be

As for $ spent on military equipment that they don't want is off base, someone thinks it's needed and it's someone who has the power to say PURCHASE made the call.

Most of the arts would not survive without public funding. And "not for profit" means just that.

But these institutions are surrounded by for profit businesses that generate a great deal of money and tax revenue.

Just try to close down Lincoln Center and see what happens to the local economy.

hy are some "arts" funded and not others? it's a joke... You have talented kids out there who can play instruments with the best of them that would be laughed out of an arts funding institution, leav ...


I explained the value of the institutions. The things they choose to fund are what determines their survival as a NFP. THAT is the free market at work.
Grants are usually merit based and given to projects that either need funding because they have the ability to grow and be "successful" or they are interesting projects that should be seen yet never could be "successful".

The arts have almost always needed funding from both wealthy patrons and the state. It's a fact civilization has accepted over thousands of years and for the most part the public gets back much more than they put into it. Both in material and spiritual reward.

If it makes you feel better I feel the same way about professional sports. Let the billionaire team owners pay for their own stadiums.
 
2012-11-11 08:38:42 PM
Didn't even play it. Took one look at the freeze frame and took off running without hitting play.
 
2012-11-11 09:05:14 PM

Farty McPooPants: I would just like to remind everyone that it's the 10th already and the rent is due.
/See you next Saturday at the what have you!


www.sportsocracy.org

Far out.
 
2012-11-11 11:06:00 PM
content6.flixster.com

Dear Stephen Wright,

Your new act sucks. Badly.

Sincerely,
Devolving_Spud
 
2012-11-11 11:10:58 PM

Bit'O'Gristle: Looks like some kinda trip to a gay mental institution. I did ok until the dude started slamming his wang on the clothes rack. Then i larfed. Until then, it just struck me as gay. Well..the whole thing was gay actually.


I don't know about that.The first part was a half naked woman fellating a microphone.
 
2012-11-11 11:49:50 PM
WARNING: this video may rot your WTF detector

Yep. Did.
 
2012-11-11 11:52:47 PM
There was this high school in my town growing up that was famous for doing plays where they would take whatever tragedy had recently happened, then do some kind of wank dressed all in black about it. They thought they were doing serious art, but people would come from miles around because it was so farking funny.

If you are doing a 9/11 play, and the audience is laughing......yeah......doingitwrong.jpg
 
2012-11-12 01:08:23 AM

WestHamHooligan: Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: LeglessDog: . . . and it was probably taxpayer-funded.

WestHamHooligan: and the taxpayers are probably funding this "art"

fark public funding...

I'd rather see thousands of dollars of tax money paying for this stuff than billions for additional military hardware that even the military doesn't want. If you're going to biatch about wasted tax monies, it helps to A) pick something that is actually a waste (which is definitely up for discussion when it comes to art) and B) would actually make a difference if funding were stopped. Biatching about tax money being spent on this would be like suggesting that someone should save money by switching to regular milk in their coffee instead of half & half, while completely ignoring the fact that they only drink Kopi Luwak (~$160/lb).

let me put it in a way that you can understand... being a long time musician and a business owner i see both sides of the coin. If people want something they will pay for it, Public television, music, the arts, public radio. If it's worth an actual $ amount people will pay for it. If we as taxpayers have to subsidize something that 15 people will enjoy IT'S NOT WORTH IT!!! Commercial entities (businesses or consumers) will pay the bill by way of capitalist voting. the way it is meant to be

As for $ spent on military equipment that they don't want is off base, someone thinks it's needed and it's someone who has the power to say PURCHASE made the call.


No. You just lost. Get the fark out. You mention public television, and I don't care how intelligent the rest of your post is, if you're going to shiat on Mr. Roger's legacy, then you can fark the fark off and go fark yourself in the farking dickhole with a rusty farking nail file.
 
2012-11-12 02:38:13 AM

SyntheticGod8: I've seen this before as well and yeah, it's mind-boggling.
If I had to guess, I'd say it's a commentary on the difficulties people with disabilities go through. I mean, if I was paralyzed from the waist down, I'd probably slam my junk into metal poles just for some stimulation, too.
Is it art? Sure, if you had any kind of emotional reaction to it. Is it good art? *shrug* they put a lot of work into... whatever it is. Would I go see it? Nah, I'll opt out.


It has nothing to do with being actually disabled. It has to do with the hypersexualization of masculinity. The guy has trouble doing anything, but he can make loud noises with his winkie. It makes him feel powerful, so he winkies as hard as he can, even though that's all he can do. That's what it means to be a man. You winkie as hard as you can. The other guy takes one of the instruments of disability and plays it like a musical instrument, again in a hypersexualized, yet this time anti-masculine way. Really, now.
 
2012-11-12 04:31:37 AM

Jekylman: SyntheticGod8: I've seen this before as well and yeah, it's mind-boggling.
If I had to guess, I'd say it's a commentary on the difficulties people with disabilities go through. I mean, if I was paralyzed from the waist down, I'd probably slam my junk into metal poles just for some stimulation, too.
Is it art? Sure, if you had any kind of emotional reaction to it. Is it good art? *shrug* they put a lot of work into... whatever it is. Would I go see it? Nah, I'll opt out.

It has nothing to do with being actually disabled. It has to do with the hypersexualization of masculinity. The guy has trouble doing anything, but he can make loud noises with his winkie. It makes him feel powerful, so he winkies as hard as he can, even though that's all he can do. That's what it means to be a man. You winkie as hard as you can. The other guy takes one of the instruments of disability and plays it like a musical instrument, again in a hypersexualized, yet this time anti-masculine way. Really, now.


You must've gone to college. That level of BS can only be learned at college.
 
2012-11-12 07:59:04 AM

KrispyKritter: there is much worse you can see and spend your money on, and our government does so every day. you pay for it and they don't care if you're good with it or not. since the government is owned by wealthy powerful families they are also making nice Daddy Warbucks off the sweat of your brow. meanwhile many of you are just fine with carrying their guns or raising your children in church teaching them thou shall not kill then watching them run off to play soldier in a war thousands of miles away from the land that is your home. my dog is smarter than some of you. she is quiet and peaceful, she tells no lies and she brings joy to those who see her. you, not so much.


Well, bless your heart. It's high time you got that off your chest.
 
2012-11-12 09:06:01 AM

LowbrowDeluxe: WestHamHooligan: Harbinger of the Doomed Rat: LeglessDog: . . . and it was probably taxpayer-funded.

WestHamHooligan: and the taxpayers are probably funding this "art"

fark public funding...

I'd rather see thousands of dollars of tax money paying for this stuff than billions for additional military hardware that even the military doesn't want. If you're going to biatch about wasted tax monies, it helps to A) pick something that is actually a waste (which is definitely up for discussion when it comes to art) and B) would actually make a difference if funding were stopped. Biatching about tax money being spent on this would be like suggesting that someone should save money by switching to regular milk in their coffee instead of half & half, while completely ignoring the fact that they only drink Kopi Luwak (~$160/lb).

let me put it in a way that you can understand... being a long time musician and a business owner i see both sides of the coin. If people want something they will pay for it, Public television, music, the arts, public radio. If it's worth an actual $ amount people will pay for it. If we as taxpayers have to subsidize something that 15 people will enjoy IT'S NOT WORTH IT!!! Commercial entities (businesses or consumers) will pay the bill by way of capitalist voting. the way it is meant to be

As for $ spent on military equipment that they don't want is off base, someone thinks it's needed and it's someone who has the power to say PURCHASE made the call.

No. You just lost. Get the fark out. You mention public television, and I don't care how intelligent the rest of your post is, if you're going to shiat on Mr. Roger's legacy, then you can fark the fark off and go fark yourself in the farking dickhole with a rusty farking nail file.


wow, well thought out response lol. ps, mr rogers was a douche
 
2012-11-12 02:54:01 PM

Whatthefark: Uh...yeah.

I found this a couple of videos down in the list. Once again, the Japanese prove they invented the WTF detector.


Uh....
 
2012-11-12 06:23:40 PM
Worst. Stomp. Show. Ever.
 
2012-11-13 09:22:05 AM

Evilhippie: The fact that the performance has gotten so much sand in you all's collective vaginas means it's art. Whether you like it or not.


The 'Art' you're referring to actually preceded this piece by decades. The 'Art' in question is the ability to put no-talent horsesh*t on public display, then get otherwise normal decent people to view it and declare it to be brilliant, deep and sophisticated- all while really thinking 'I don't get it. What is this trash?'

The beauty of the scam- the true art- is that everyone in the room thinks it's trash, but no one will admit it to anyone else, because they want to be seen as 'getting it.'
 
2012-11-13 12:14:11 PM

dfenstrate: Evilhippie: The fact that the performance has gotten so much sand in you all's collective vaginas means it's art. Whether you like it or not.

The 'Art' you're referring to actually preceded this piece by decades. The 'Art' in question is the ability to put no-talent horsesh*t on public display, then get otherwise normal decent people to view it and declare it to be brilliant, deep and sophisticated- all while really thinking 'I don't get it. What is this trash?'

The beauty of the scam- the true art- is that everyone in the room thinks it's trash, but no one will admit it to anyone else, because they want to be seen as 'getting it.'


Nevertheless :)
 
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