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Colbert quotes

February 27, 2009

“Torture is only cruel and unusual if we don’t doit that often. From what I’m hearing, it’s becoming cruel and usual. So from a constitutional standpoint, torture is a go!”

“Most disappointingly, my own Catholic Church is against the death penalty. Pretty hypocritical considering they wouldn’t even have a religion if it weren’t for capital punishment.”

“Researchers studying visual signaling have found that cute images stimulate the same pleasure centers of the brain aroused by sex, food, and mind-altering chemicals?. And cuteness serves as an alternative to psychoactive drugs like cocaine. You have not known true euphoria until you’ve done a line of puppies off a stripper’s ass.”

On income taxes: “We’ll never get the big government gorilla off our backs as long as we keep feeding the money monkey with our banana bucks. And it’ll keep throwing its fiscal feces at us. I can run with this metaphor as long as I have to.”

“It’s never okay for men to cry. You know who cries? Girls. And little babies. And little baby girls. A man holds it in. Until his eyeballs swell up to the size of baseballs, his throat feels like it’s about to explode, and his gut just aches like there’s a snake wrapped round his heart. Sure, that’s why we die earlier, but it’s worth it. At least we don’t look weak.”

January 11, 2009


Page Six Photo

January 8, 2009 —

BARBIE and Ken are beloved by millions of children – but the people behind the world’s most popular dolls were involved in unsavory sexual behavior they kept secret for years, a new book reveals. (more…)

10 Republicans Who Should Go Away

December 15, 2008

Ben Cohen Mon Nov 24, 10:04 am ET

With a new political era looming, veterans of the old political arena will scramble to redefine themselves in order to make a living. Politicians, media commentators and analysts may be ill equipt to deal with the changing electorate, increased power of the blogosphere and massive discontent with the status quo. Who will survive in the modern epoch? Here are 10 who should really think about calling it quits: (more…)

Is Jon Stewart the Most Trusted Man in America?

September 16, 2008
August 17, 2008

IT’S been more than eight years since “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” made its first foray into presidential politics with the presciently named Indecision 2000, and the difference in the show’s approach to its coverage then and now provides a tongue-in-cheek measure of the show’s striking evolution. (more…)

I knew I liked Lily . . .

July 15, 2008

Funny quote

July 14, 2008

“My mother never saw the irony in calling me a son-of-a-bitch.”
Jack Nicholson

Steve-O returns to “mental institution”

July 9, 2008

Monday July 7, 2008


Steve-O arrives at Maxim’s 2008 Hot 100 Party on May 21, 2008 in Los Angeles, California.
Charley Gallay/Getty Images

Steve-O is back in the hospital, he reveals on his blog.

“I’ve now been clean for 115 days, and I’m, again, in a mental institution,” the Jackass star, 33, writes. “I did so much cocaine, ketamine, pcp, nitrous oxide, and all sorts of other drugs, that, quite simply, my brain is f—-d up.”

He adds that though his “cognitive skills are alright … I frequently suffer from horrible mood swings and severe depression.”

Steve-O (who was hospitalized at a mental health unit of L.A.’s Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in March) writes that the “medication that is prescribed to me doesn’t do the trick every day. I’m back in the looney bin trying to get that s—t right.

“The bottom line is that doing drugs f—-d my a– up, and I’m going to be paying for it for a long time, probably for the rest of my life,” he says. “Everyone’s going to make their own decisions in life, but nobody needs to make the same mistakes I made.”

Steve-O pleaded guilty to felony cocaine possession
in June and was ordered to attend rehab for two years.

The plea was part of a deal that will keep the Jackass star out of jail.

Celebrity drug confessions

July 8, 2008
Colin Farrell:


I ended up on a shrink’s couch, and he told me to write down how much I did in a week: 20 E’s, 4 grams of coke, six of speed, half an ounce of hash, three bottles of Jack Daniel’s, 12 bottles of red wine, 60 pints.

Drew Barrymore:


My mind seemed to have a huge neon sign in it that blinked nonstop: COKE. GET COKE. So I did. It was great for dieting, partying and picking up my mood.

George Clooney:


I’ve slept with too many women, done too many drugs and been to too many parties. I loved acid when I was at college. It was an escape. I liked mushrooms. They were like easy acid. I did like blow. Blow would dress you up for a party, but never take you there. You’re always like. This is going to be great! Then you’re just depressed.

Bill Hicks:


See I think drugs have done some good things for us, I really do, and if you don’t believe drugs have done good things for us, do me a favor: go home tonight and take all your albums, all your tapes, and all your cds and burn ‘em. ’cause you know the musicians who made all that great music that’s enhanced your lives throughout the years…. rrrrrrrrreal f**kin high on drugs.

Sienna Miller:


I still love the odd hallucinogenic drug. If I had a drug of choice, it would be magic mushrooms.

Ryan Reynolds

June 21, 2008

Johnny Knoxville

June 21, 2008