Until the Sweat Drops Down My Balls
May30

Until the Sweat Drops Down My Balls

A part of the What’s Up With Stuff series. After that last post regarding a certain day made for memorialization, the Robot Butt Psych Unit sent me an e-mail. I was to report to “sensitivity” training, or what I will now refer to as “make you act like your sissy-bag interns” training. They want to make us an army of Tanners. I’ve already attended my first anger management class, and for my first...

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100 Words or Less: On the Coverage of Johnny Manziel
May29

100 Words or Less: On the Coverage of Johnny Manziel

Johnny Manziel went to Las Vegas over the Memorial Day weekend to hang out with his celebrity friends and take advantage of the fact that he’s 21. This, somehow, was the biggest NFL story of the week, and people – who call themselves adults – spent hours discussing and writing about it. Manziel has yet to play a professional snap, but the world just couldn’t keep its cool. So while the NFL community continues...

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Uncle Kipp’s Greatest Hits, Vol. 4
May29

Uncle Kipp’s Greatest Hits, Vol. 4

We just got a fresh batch of tapes from Uncle Kipp, and boy howdy are these some good ones. From college kids, to poets, to big-shot political types, Kipp knew how to get the stories. So get yourself a big ol’ mug of coffee, sit back with your feet propped up and listen in to the always entertaining, never dull, Uncle Kipp. http://www.robotbutt.com/Podcasts/Kipp_ep4.mp3   Related articles Uncle Kipp’s Greatest Hits,...

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Revenge of the ’90s: ‘Boogie Nights’
May29

Revenge of the ’90s: ‘Boogie Nights’

Come along with Revenge of the ’90s as we explore the story of a young man’s adventures in the California pornography industry of the late ’70s and ’80s. They say everybody’s born with one special thing. Our special thing? Talking about Boogie Nights. http://www.robotbutt.com/Podcasts/BoogieNights.mp3       More jokes, at no extra...

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Weird Al Wednesday: “Eat It”
May28

Weird Al Wednesday: “Eat It”

When I was growing up, I recorded full VHS tapes of Weird Al music videos, playing them over and over again, unknowingly shaping my own sense of humor. I never really knew Michael Jackson’s music as a kid, or at least never close to as much as I knew Weird Al’s versions of it. That was never my reasoning for loving “Eat It.” It actually took me a while to seek out music that wasn’t just a Weird Al parody....

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