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Op-Ed: North Charleston man facing federal charges over $.89 refill

North Charleston - A North Charleston man is now facing federal charges over an $0.89 drink refill. Christopher Lewis says he was not aware that refills at the VA Medical Center in North Charleston were not free.
In the Media by Eliana Robinson - 1 comment

Pastafarianism now an official religion in Poland

The Church of Flying Spaghetti Monster is now accepted as an official religion in Poland after a 2013 ruling was overturned on Tuesday.
In the Media by Eliana Robinson - 5 comments

Review: Emmy-Award-winning series VEEP heads into its third season on HBO Special

HBO's political comedy VEEP begins its third season on April 6 at 10:30 PM, and its writers are keeping the show fresh by introducing some new, intriguing (and very funny) plot twists.
Digital Journal Report by Mindy Peterman

Op-Ed: Alaska may legalize pot but Palin is already puffing

Fairbanks - Alaska may become the third state to legalize marijuana. I thought it already was, based on former governor Sarah Palin’s stoner-like remarks.
In the Media by Barry Ellsworth - 96 comments

Op-Ed: 'Dr. Strangelove' – Still hilarious and potent after 50 years

Could present-day Hollywood produce a satire as bold and subversive as Stanley Kubrick's 1964 masterpiece, “Dr. Strangelove, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb”? Not bloody likely. And there are several reasons for that.
In the Media by Jeff Cottrill - 3 comments

Op-Ed: When tasteless humor goes awry — 'The Assam Rape Festival'

I must confess that I have been a big fan of dark, distasteful humor all my life. It is something of a guilty pleasure for me, as it is for many people.
In the Media by Scott Tuttle

Steve Carell to direct comedy pilot 'Tribeca' for TBS

Los Angeles - Steve Carell graced the small screen for years in 'The Office.' Now, he's venturing back into the television world with TBS, but this time he'll be behind the camera.
In the Media by Andrew Ellis

Review: 'Syrup' is a shady business Special

A slacker marketing graduate conceives a million-dollar idea, but must trust his attractive corporate counterpart to get the concept off the ground.
Digital Journal Report by Sarah Gopaul

Op-Ed: Gun phobia

A New York elementary school was invaded by a SWAT Team earlier today. The team was working off a tip from the school's administration that one of the students may have had a gun.
In the Media by Alex Allen - 4 comments

Mocking Sarkozy not a crime, says European Court of Human Rights

Strasbourg - In a judgement issued yesterday the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has over-ruled an earlier decision of a French court which resulted in a man who had mocked former French President Nicolas Sarkozy being given a suspended fine of €30.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 7 comments

Review: Toronto's Soulpepper fills Stoppard classic with energy, flair Special

Toronto - “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” is a play in danger of becoming overly familiar, another “modern classic” ruined by time and too many revivals. It takes an energetic cast and vision to make Tom Stoppard's great tragicomedy seem new again.
Digital Journal Report by Jeff Cottrill

Review: Canadian debut of 'The Arsonists' a mixed bag of musical satire Special

Toronto - It's hard to believe that Max Frisch's darkly comic parable “The Arsonists” has never been staged in Canada before. The Toronto debut of the 1958 play captures Frisch's absurdism nicely – but also adds a rock-and-roll edge that doesn't really fit.
Digital Journal Report by Jeff Cottrill

Review: Colbert's new book rich with sharp, if uneven, satire Special

There's a simple reason why Stephen Colbert – or rather, the blustery, egocentric, reactionary, right-wing pundit character he plays on TV – is so lovable, despite all the reprehensible things he says and believes. The secret: You can't hate a baby.
Digital Journal Report by Jeff Cottrill - 3 comments

Spanish magazine El Jueves publishes satirical Islamic cartoon

Barcelona - The satirical Spanish magazine, El Jueves, has published a magazine cover, showing a line up of men in Islamic outfits as a parody of recent controversial cartoons. The text of the cover reads, "But how do they know which one is Muhammad?"
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 5 comments

The Onion X-rated cartoon satirizes 'Innocence of Muslims' riots

The Onion recently waded into the "Innocence of Muslims" controversy by posting an X-rated satirical cartoon showing Jesus, Moses, Buddha and Ganesha in an orgiastic foursome on a bed of clouds with the headline: "No One Murdered Because of This Image."
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 5 comments

Pope sues satirical magazine

Hamburg - The Vatican is suing the German satirical magazine, Titanic. Pope Benedict's lawyers claim that the images of the Pope on the magazine's covers violate his personal, legal rights.
In the Media by Steve Hayes

Op-Ed: Mom with rich husband = work. Mom on welfare, NOT work

Well thank goodness Mitt Romney explained it to us. Me? I was all confused. But now I see it all as clear as day. Being a Mom when you have a wealthy hubby? That's work! Being a Mom when you are on welfare? That's NOT work!
In the Media by Bill Schmalfeldt - 13 comments

Review: South Park takes on Tebowing, cat-breading, GOP debates

Tonight's new South Park episode skewered Internet fads, also known as memes, by perfectly satirizing our Web generation's obsession with trends such as "Tebowing". The show had their own version - Faith Hilling and Taylor Swifting.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 3 comments

Unpublished Kurt Vonnegut novella gets released for Kindle

NEW YORK – Death doesn't always stop great writers from publishing their new material. Not even Kurt Vonnegut. So it goes.
In the Media by Jeff Cottrill - 5 comments

Op-Ed: Putting a cork in the Santorum surge once and for all

A conservative writer on another site is bravely and admirably launching a single-handed effort to replace the current "top result" on Google when one searches the word "Santorum." We here at Deep Brain Media (in other words, "me") support this effort.
In the Media by Bill Schmalfeldt - 5 comments

Op-Ed: Santorum leaks secret Obama agenda — Execute the Religious

Plano - Ooooh, that crafty Rick Santorum. He's stumbled onto the secret Obama plan for "dealing" with people of faith! We didn't think he was smart enough, but every now and then even a blind pig will sniff out a truffle.
In the Media by Bill Schmalfeldt - 10 comments

Area man notices The Onion is now in Toronto

Toronto - The Onion and the A.V. Club expand beyond the United States for the first time. And Toronto is the market destination of choice.
In the Media by Andrew Reeves

The Onion moving to Chicago, leaves writers ‘blindsided’

New York - The Onion, calling itself America’s Finest News Source, is set to move its editorial team to Chicago after making New York City its home for the last decade, and the satirical paper’s decision has left some of its writers “blindsided.”
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 1 comment

'Drop Dead Gorgeous' movie introduces actor Ivy Levan Special

Los Angeles - Ivy Levan is an entertainment triple threat – model, singer, and now actor playing the dual role of aspiring supermodel and the corpse of that deceased model in a “pitch-black comedy” now showing on Showtime. Ivy shares what led to this role.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews

Op-Ed: BBC radio show on politically incorrect songs

BBC Radio 4 is sometimes thought of as a somewhat boring station, and it would be if it didn’t produce such interesting listening, like this two part documentary on politically incorrect songs.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

Bogus Sean Connery letter to Steve Jobs goes viral

A letter purported to be from the former James Bond star to one of the pioneers of the personal computer has been making the rounds on the Internet as of late. However, the letter has turned out to not be real.
In the Media by Graeme McNaughton

Interview with 'Go the F*** to Sleep' illustrator Ricardo Cortés Special

Ricardo Cortés, illustrator for the popular 'Go the F*** to Sleep' book featured on The Late Show with David Letterman, speaks to Digital Journal about his work and another up-and-coming project he's working on.
Digital Journal Report by Sam Halaby - 1 comment

'Children's book for adults' gains TV, Internet popularity

A satirical book 'Go the F*** to Sleep' by Adam Mansbach and Ricardo Cortés is read live by Samuel L. Jackson on The Late Show with David Letterman, gains attention on the Internet.
In the Media by Sam Halaby - 1 comment

Op-Ed: The big buzz around Tea Party favorite Christine O'Donnell

Since the rise of Tea Party favorite Christine O'Donnell of Delaware the press, media and bloggers seem like they can't get enough of her. Is the hype going too far?
In the Media by R. Francis Rubio - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Satire - In Defence Of BP or Can’t We All Just get Along

Since the Senate grilling of poor ol' BP honcho Tony Hayward was so one-sided, here's how it might look from BP's angle.
In the Media by Lenny Stoute - 1 comment
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