How to Solve the Healthcare Debate: With Violence

So yet another new column has gone live at Cracked today, thus furthering my plans for complete internet domination. It’s mostly about assault, kidnapping, drug-based superpowers, murder, and of course, healthcare reform. If you Digg it right here, you will be spared a grisly death when my ravenous e-hounds come for your city.

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7 Responses to How to Solve the Healthcare Debate: With Violence

  1. Amos says:

    Nice pins!
    I know theyre yours…they match your face.
    In a non offensive way of course.
    I havent seen offensive legs in years. Think they were outlawed back in the ’40s.
    War rationing or something.

  2. Robert says:

    If my legs ever looked like that, I would cut them so that they might not offend my eyes. I found that picture by googling “dirty hippy” “eugene” “oregon.” No shit.

  3. Jason says:

    Brockaway reminds me of the first time i read Hunter S Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. this article, and the one with bill paxton as the guest star, almost made me choke on my high cholesterol worthless american diet.

    thank you robert, for making me slightly crazier than i was 15 minutes ago.

  4. jay ess says:

    Message: goddamn! i haven’t had a laugh like that in a while. thanks, now i know how to win every debate and how to get every douche bag to shut up when they’re spewing politics. celexa detox!

  5. Matt Willard says:

    Subjective superpowers, huh? I need to get some of that shit. Maybe if I try hard enough, I can believe I’m really Ivan Drago.

  6. frances says:

    The university of pheonix is for liars and whores.

  7. Robert says:

    I’ll take the frequent Thomspon comparisons as a serious, serious compliment, but I really don’t see it. Aside from the fact that we’re both a little odd and write about drugs frequently, the writing styles and subject matter aren’t similar at all. I’m not offended or anything, but I imagine Thompson would be.

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