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The Mongol Rally.

The Mongol Rally is a non-competitive, frankly ridiculous summer car rally from London to the Siberian town of Ulan Ude. The rally used to conclude in Ulaanbaatar but now for monetary reasons beyond the understanding of this author, the caper merely passes through Mongolia. 299 more words

Dumb & Dumber Film Locations

Locations:

333 East Wonderview Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517, United States (The Danbury Hotel) (Opened in 1909 – More info)

Google Maps Co-ordinates: 40.382960, -105.519210… 84 more words

Comedy

It’s Hard Being a Buddhist When You’ve Had Four Bottles of Tiny Aeroplane Wine

Recently I flew to Sweden unaccompanied. I’m not a nervous flyer. In fact, by the time I’ve found my seat and am safely buckled in and people start handing out little lemon-scented serviettes is when I start relaxing because I know I am where I’m supposed to be and from here on it’s all in the capable hands of Captain van Breda. 1,012 more words

Stuff

New EPA Head Myron Ebell Announces 1st Project Under Trump

Trump House Gang appointee and award-winning science denier, Myron Ebell, has set forth what he hopes will be his first act as new head of the Environmental Protection Agency. 210 more words

Randall Smoot

Quick! Somebody tell Czar Donnie he can't sue me ...

And he sure as fuck can’t sue Harry Reid, the minority leader of the Senate.

As the alleged President Elect, Vladimir Trumpy has to sit there and take it when I call him a fraudulent, ignorant, orange-haired, sexually creepy, uninformed, unskilled, unsavory Asswipe. 312 more words

Randall Smoot

How Shakespeare and Dumb & Dumber transformed my life

Though I went to Bible college, I can say without hesitation that the Shakespeare class I took during my junior year is in my top 5 classes of my undergrad career.   849 more words

Zeb and Soapy Smith Duck Stay at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado

Our moms said we would come back and stay at this hotel.   And we did.   Here we are at the famous Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado.   766 more words