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HEMMED In – Saturday Videos – August 13, 2011

August 13, 2011


HEMMED In – Saturday Videos – August 13, 2011

Today’s output from Blogistan Polytechnic Institute’s state-of-the-art HEMMED (High-Energy Meta Mojo Elucidation Detector) machine is in the form of digitized images or Videos.

Back by popular demand(s), HEMMED In and is proud to bring you a selection of Comedy Central videos.

So grab a box of popcorn!

Stephen Colbert: Yahweh or No Way? – Mormons & God’s Poll Numbers

The Mormon Church’s PR campaign makes Mormons irresistibly cool, while only 52% of Americans approve of God.


Jon Stewart: Glazed and Confused

If Newsweek wants a photo that makes Michele Bachmann seem a little off, they should make one out of her words.


Colbert Super PAC with some cornography

Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow


Happy Saturday to everyone and fist bumps!

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  • JanF

    Yikes! I never knew that “grab a box of popcorn!” from the HEMMED In Saturday boilerplate might mean something else entirely…thanks to the cornography video ending. 😯

  • winterbanyan

    That’s some collection, and it’s hard to say which one I enjoyed most. Stewart’s I think. 🙂

    He made a great point, the most unattractive photo of Bachmann is her words. Oh yeah!

  • winterbanyan
    • JanF

      Hilarious! I did not want to include that so as to not step on the BPI Squirrel’s tail lines. 😉

      • winterbanyan

        Well, if I just stepped on Squirrel’s lines, I’ll hear about it. Maybe it’s time to buy a whole lot of macadamias!

  • NCrissieB

    Ironically, the follow-up interview with Father Jim Martin after “God’s Poll Numbers” featured many the same arguments made from 2001-2009 about President Bush:

    Martin: “God’s job is sustaining the universe.”

    Cheney: “The president’s number one job is to keep the country safe.”

    Martin: “We have to trust that things will work out in the end.”

    Cheney: “Iraq may look bad now, but the insurgency is in its last throes. And the media ignore all the good things happening in Iraq. Four Iraqi children had electricity in their school for almost an hour last month.”

    Martin: “We need to be more grateful and come to God with the good things, not just when we want to complain.”

    Cheney: “The media only tell the bad side about Iraq. We need to hear about the good things that are happening.”

    So there you go. George W. Bush had the same problem as God … and his spokesperson had the same solutions….