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Talking Political Correctness And "Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead" With National Lampoon Writers

If you love satirical articles from institutions like The Onion, Funny or Die News, Above Average, Reductress, Clickhole, or McSweeney's, then you owe it all to The National Lampoon, the founding fathers of fake news. Between 1970-1977, the National Lampoon was the place to get cool, edgy and dirty takes on current events. Show More Summary

Donald Trump to CNN and FOX: You're Fired!

Photo by Gage Skidmore Sources close to the presidential candidate claim that Trump's problem with CNN and FOX is that "they're morons." In an effort to be represented in the most honest and fair light, it is reported that Trump hasShow More Summary

Kinda Creepy Peter Pan Pranks Disney World

This Peter Pan did grow up -- and not for the better. Watch prankster Tyler Fischer assume the identity of Neverland's eternal lad in an unofficial appearance at Disney World. While his exchanges with the kids are just silly, his interaction with the adults is completely un-storybook-like. Show More Summary

I'm With Stupid: The Tragic Costco of the Free-Nutella War

It was my 10th wedding anniversary last week, so I would like to start by thanking my beautiful wife for this column idea and her love and reminding her that she is simultaneously the hardest-working person I know, the best mom I know and tied at No. Show More Summary

Hasty Generalization

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The Funniest Tweets From Mid-Lifers To Get You Through The Week

With age comes wisdom, which is why there’s nothing better than oh-so-true (and oh-so-funny) Twitter comments from people in the prime of their lives. In the spirit of celebrating moments that make you laugh like you mean it, we teamed up with Always® Discreet and found the funniest mid-lifers on the Internet. Show More Summary

Lucky Penny

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Nic Cage Finally Reveals If He Actually Stole The Declaration Of Independence

National treasure, and star of "National Treasure," Nic Cage is finally opening up his book of secrets. Cage's new movie, "Pay the Ghost," is now in theaters. He was drawn to the film, he told The Huffington Post, because it mixes real life and supernatural horror. Show More Summary

Easy Come, Easy Go

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Ridiculously Simple Device Ups Your Dog's Selfie Game

Hey pooches! Say cheese! If you're anything like us, you want your dog in every single selfie ever. But it's pretty tough to get your furry friend to sit still and look at the camera while you snap your Insta-gold. A photo posted byShow More Summary

'Ready for Hillary' Banner Ads Embedded With Nuclear Launch Codes. Clinton Camp Says No Laws Were Broken

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - In a scene reminiscent of a bad 80s film, "Ready for Hillary" banner ads overwhelmed government servers, resulting in a partial freeze of the U.S. government mainframe. While embroiled in an email scandal, the most alarming aspect Hillary Clinton's latest controversy now reaches the nation's nuclear arsenal. Show More Summary

Boston Comic Dana J. Bein on His First Comedy Albums and Why They Still Count

Like any other comedian, Boston-based stand-up comic Dana J. Bein is ruled by "the hustle." Comedy's DYI culture makes it easier than ever to create and share content. There is no reason to wait -- for agents or network deals. It also means there is no time to wait. Show More Summary

Five Pope Francis Facts You Probably Didn't Know

You may be surprised to learn that before Pope Francis found the Catholic Church, he was a man of many hats -- he even once took a job as a club bouncer. To help you learn more about the pontiff's earlier days, HuffPost Live's Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani walks through notable points of the pope's past. Show More Summary

Comedian Opens Up About Being Adopted By A White Family

For nearly three decades, comedian Tommy Davidson has been cracking up audiences with his stand-up routine and spot-on impressions of celebrities like Sammy Davis Jr. and Michael Jackson. In 1990, Davidson shot to fame when he was cast on the sketch comedy show "In Living Color," which garnered huge ratings for Fox during the first two seasons. Show More Summary

That Time Artie Lange Made A Sign Language Interpreter Cry On Stage

Artie Lange stopped by to chat with HuffPost Live on Thursday and recounted quite the memorable experience with a sign language interpreter during a stand-up gig he and Colin Quinn did at a college. After conducting an informal pollShow More Summary

9 Unexpectedly Creepy Tourist Attractions

Some places go to bizarre lengths to attract tourists. How else can we explain why fountains of barfing people and statues of giant hands flashing the middle finger get erected in the first place. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

What If The Pope Was Your Annoying NYC Houseguest?

Pope Francis is gracing New York City for two magical days. It will be his first time in The Big Apple and no doubt he wants to make the most of it in the short time he's here. Great news for Catholics! Maybe the worst news for the person he's crashing with. As a New Yorker, having a friend visit you for a couple days is godawful. Show More Summary

The (Potentially) Most Powerful Political Duo in the United States

Let's play a little guessing game. I'm going to describe two people and you have to guess who they are. Here are your hints: He's the biggest name in politics right now and she's friends with Mariska Hargitay. His wife is 24 years younger than him and she's 25 years old. Show More Summary

Comedian Sounds Alarm On Upright Citizens Brigade's Diversity Problem

Rita Chinyere, a comedian and queer person of color, is calling out a serious diversity problem she says she has witnessed at the Upright Citizens Brigade -- a collective of comedians across the country who focus on sketch and improv...Show More Summary

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Sings 'Bitch Better Have My Money' With Ragtime Gals

When Joseph Gordon-Levitt appeared on a "Tonight Show" lip sync battle, the video went on to have around 50 million hits on YouTube. So imagine how crazy it would be if he was actually singing something. That'd be a dream, right? Well, good news. Show More Summary

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