Learning from the best, truth in jest edition

-df0fce338be991d2As a general rule, if you’re trying to tell whether you and one other person are nuts…ask a thirdperson. Preferably someone outside the asylum.

-Jon Stewart, in regards to Gretchen Carlson posing the question “am I nuts” for believing that there is a war on Christmas.

And while we’re at it, watch this video, which is a clip of The Daily Show depicting Jon Stewart explaining Christianity to Bill O’Reilly. So good, it must be fattening.

1 comment
  1. Kimncarl said:

    I couldnt get this to open. Dagnabit.

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