Yeah, There’s an Obamacare Metaphor Here, But Mostly It’s Just Fun

Part Skrat, part Wile E. Coyote:

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First episode here.

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Wasn’t This a Series on Netflix?

[High Praise! to After Math]

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Unlike ObamaCare, NerdCare is Voluntary

Anonymiss of Nuking Politics sent me this because she actually knows this guy holding the sign. It’s a friend or a relative or her bookie or something. I’m not sure, I just skimmed the email.

Anyway, this guy made it on to ESPN while they panned the crowd during “College Gameday”:

And the nerds who use Bitcoin (which is either a secure digital currency, or cyberpunk tulip bulbs) are so excited to be on TV that complete strangers are scanning his QR code and sending him money (some NSFW comments at link).

Which is just crazy.

Because if *I* were a friend/relative/bookie of Anonymiss, I’d hold up a different sign:

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Link of the Day: Satire – Carney: 53% of Americans Lie about Obama’s Honesty

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Carney: 53% of Americans Lie about Obama’s Honesty

[Think you have a link that’s IMAO-worthy? Send it to If I use your link, you will receive High Praise! (assuming you remember to put your name in the email)]

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Obamacare: Now in Burger Form

[High Praise! to Very Demotivational]

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I’d Rather Be Ruled by Cats Than Obama

A least cats would ruin my life because they honestly cared about me and were just doing the best they could with their limited intellectual capacity:

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Liberal Equality

[High Praise! to The Looking Spoon]

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The Obamacare of Fire Prevention

[High Praise! to There, I Fixed It]

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Also the Only Treatment Obamacare Covers for Broken Legs and Gunshot Wounds

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Thank You, Captain Understatement

Jay Carney said the HealthCare.Gov website will never be “perfect.”

Jay, we’re not asking for “perfect”, but “more functional than a square bicycle tire” would be nice.

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