If this carnie’s a rockin’, don’t come a knockin’! Welcome to the 36th edition of The Carnival of Satire. The Band
Cue the electric guitars. Sober up the drummer!
Jon Swift has 50 More Conservative Rock Songs to add to The National Review’s .
George at Facetation has found some
lost liner notes written by Hunter S. Thompson. (General Kang is pretty sure this is not made up, but the liner notes sure read like great satire.)
Apparently, a cat was
Falsely Accused of Passing Gas, a story vented over at at Catnabbit!. Dr. Tundra thought the pic was hilarious.
Chris Quimby, CPC – Certified Public Comedian shares his latest Job Interview, including thoughts about dairy products, superheroes and white-water rafting. (See, you have to read it now, don’t you?)
miriam’s ideas explains how six librarians split the cheque. This isn’t really satire, but Thag insisted we share it.
Jack Cluth at
The People’s Republic of Seabrook has discovered a sign that the Apocalypse is upon us.
Jeremiah Beck has some useful pointers for Arguing Online .
Striving For Average presents The Fighter.
Peace Moonbeam presents
Movie Mayhem posted at The Peace Moonbeam Chronicles.
Don’t Condemn Earthquake!. It should be noted that Morg is also a card-carrying member of the League of Shadows.
Vox Poplar Is Right About Everything & Don’t You Forget It! presents Give Surrender A Chance.
Passionate America presents Moonbats in Space, Episode 2.
Conservathink presents Iiiiit’s the Culture of Corruption Spec-TAC-ular!!!!!
And this week we end on a rancorous note (or is that a rancid note) with
The MoxArgon Group and their InterGalactic Roundtable #6.
As always, thanks to everyone for their submissions. However, it’s time to remind you all this is supposed to be about
satire. Screeds masquerading as satire don’t count; some will escape our myopic attention, but we do try to keep this thing honest. If you’re struggling with what satire is, exactly, why not read Mark’s essay on the subject. And please, please, please, we beg you — just send us you best single post! Here comes the boiler plate:
Submit next week via
this handy form, or or here; the COS is listed at the Ubercarnival, and at the Blog Carnival too.