Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Gary Kasparov vs. UFO



Now that's what I call serious political dialog

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24 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like the venom with which the man swats the robo-cock. I think he may have issues.

Stef said...

I think you may well be right

and considering it's only 50 seconds long I think the clip follows a remarkably satisfying narrative arc; including a little bit of mystery in the middle when you first hear robo-cock but you're not quite sure what you're going to see

Anonymous said...

Lol. You're quite right. Middle way through you also get a tantalising semi (if you pardon the pun) glimpse of the airborne shaft, before it's true glory is fully revealed. It's a masterful piece of film it really is.

Anonymous said...

LMAO.
I'm now a true believer in Unidentified Flying Robo-Cocks.

Anonymous said...

Can I just say I think the whole thing is Hitchcockian?

alfred robocock said...

yes, yes you can

brendadada said...

So many cocks, so few brainz. ;)

Stef said...

that's men for you

Stef said...

/ man

Merkin said...

alfred robocock, you are just a wicked phallus.
If you can do me a Geri Halliwell singing 'it's raining robococks' or, better still, Paris Hilton singing 'it's raining Merkins' I would be delighted.

Anonymous said...

Amidst all this schoolboy sniggering the vital engineering question needs to be asked - is the ball bag ballast? Has the shaft length been calculated for perfect aerodynamic weight?

alfred robocock said...

@merkin

not difficult

not difficult at all

Stef said...

Amidst all this schoolboy sniggering the vital engineering question needs to be asked - is the ball bag ballast? Has the shaft length been calculated for perfect aerodynamic weight?

I'm just impressed with the co-axial, contra-rotating twin rotor configuration which does away with the need for an unsightly anti-torque tail rotor on the tip of the helicock

/ regretting this post a little now

Anonymous said...

its quite pawnographic isn't it..someone certainly bashed his bishop there..good job that guard is no rookie..
/chess pun blog

Anonymous said...

"Elite universities are failing to recruit working-class students because IQ is, on average, determined by social class, according to an academic." - story in the Guardian.

Just what we suspected all along; IQ is not a scientifically objective measure but a subtle collection of societies biases. Evidence compells one to consider that it is used as a tool of social control, eg, ""[t]he highly unequal class distributions seen in elite universities...".

To some this is as transparent as the Mississippi experiment.

Going back to the original story in the Guardian; it's curious how everyone falls for the IQ equals objective measure, therefore ... without stopping to question the scientific validity of IQ. What must Popper think of us? Sigh.

Stef said...

It's just a teensy wee bit ironic that that story appeared in the staunchly Left Wing Guardian of all rags...

"Editor Alan Rusbridger (Cranleigh); political editor Patrick Wintour (Westminster); leader writer Madeleine Bunting (Queen Mary's, Yorkshire); policy editor Jonathan Freedland (University College School); columnist Polly Toynbee (Badminton); executive editor Ian Katz (University College School); security affairs editor Richard Norton Taylor (King's School, Canterbury); arts editor-in-chief Clare Margetson (Marlborough College); literary editor Clare Armitstead (Bedales); public services editor David Brindle (Bablake); city editor Julia Finch (King's High, Warwick).; environment editor John Vidal (St Bees); fashion editor Jess Cartner-Morley (City of london School for Girls); G3 editor Janine Gibson (Walthamstow Hall); northern editor Martin Wainwright (Shreswbury); and industrial editor David Gow (St Peter's, York)."

Stef said...

of course, being the big fan of all forms of Darwinism, especially social Darwinism, that I am, it seems eminently logical that generations of selective breeding mean that the ruling classes have become a race of genetic super-beings; graced with above average levels of intelligence as well as outstanding physical beauty

just look at the British Royal Family

Merkin said...

Wonderful, Robocock, now I can see all those ethical cluster bobs in action (all of them unexploded).

remotely-amusing said...

hours of fun...

lwtc247 said...

Having just managed to fire up the by-pass the media-block at work and watch the vid, the first thing that came to my mind was what the first poster mentioned.

I wonder if that guy was thinking that should he attempt to stop it in a visibly dangerous fashion (using his arm/hand) then he would be priased thanked and possibly rewarded after?

I can think of far less dangerous ways to stop it (bear breast some woman by ripping open her shirt to attract the flying penis to nestle pleasurably but gently between them. Sorry - boys will be boys)

Secnd worthy thing is that the cameras went completely off the Kasparov and onto the flying schlong. Guess the permitted media in Russia isn't much different from 'ol blightly.

lwtc247 said...

wsnqtI should have said

"pull out some false breasts in order to lure the flying penis"

and not raise the possiblilty of influcting some trauma on a poor woman, but I suffer from premature-etypeulation.

lwtc247 said...

22 May 2008 01:58 and 22 May 2008 02:14 LOL LOL LOL

lwtc247 said...

Mu'ad dib?

Stef said...

Kasparov vs. UFO now mentioned in Sig. Fawkes' blog

no quality pawnography commenting as yet