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The Mothership - 2012-07-17

my you are a fickle lot; I submitted this just a few months ago.

rumor is that he is really Sasha Baron-Cohen in makeup.

Xenocide - 2012-07-17


How is this man not a Bond villain? I mean, besides the fact that he's an idiot.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2012-07-17

Was this maybe the test reel for an actor trying out for the part of Count Dooku?

Oscar Wildcat - 2012-07-17

This should appear on the wikipedia under the "handwaving" entry.

Ya, burning that CO2. It's all a communist plot. Just ignore the dustbowl forming now in the middle of the US. It's that lamestream media fooling you again.

baleen - 2012-07-17

This man is considered the de facto genius of the conservative movement. It's really hard to explain to conservatives that he's a complete ass with no understanding of climate science. His father is a posh tory cunt, too.

cognitivedissonance - 2012-07-17

His lipservice to "America as torch of liberty"... with a guy with the title "Lord" in front of his name.

The Great Hippo - 2012-07-17

I don't know much of the context behind this, but does he /seriously/ think America has locked itself into a treaty that it can't escape, and will now be throttled with said treaty into compliance, even if it becomes clearly against America's best interests to comply? Is /that/ how he thinks international politics work?

"Oh man, we're fucked! We can't back out now! We signed this piece of paper and everything!"

Xenocide - 2012-07-17

He's a foreigner, so he has to suck America's dick and tell us how much better we are than him or he's not allowed to speak before conservatives.

fatatty - 2012-07-17

And he worked for Margaret Thatcher (female Reagan) so that's the only reference he needs.

cognitivedissonance - 2012-07-17

Apparently he marketed "the world's hardest puzzle" in the 90s, and it resulted in a perfect bit of conservative hypocrisy:

"The puzzle's inventor Christopher Monckton put up half the prize money himself, the other half being put up by underwriters in the London insurance market. According to Eternity's rules, possible solutions to the puzzle would be received by mail on September 21, 2000. If no correct solutions were opened, the mail for the next year would be kept until September 30, 2001, the process being repeated every year until 2003, after which no entries would be accepted.

Before marketing the puzzle, Monckton had thought that it would take at least three years before anyone could crack the puzzle.[1] One estimate made at the time stated that the puzzle had 10500 possible attempts at a solution, and it would take longer than the lifetime of the Universe to calculate all of them even if you had a million computers.[4]

Once solved, Monckton falsely claimed that the earlier-than-expected solution had forced him to sell his 67-room house to pay the prize.[1][2] In 2006, he disclosed that the claim had been a PR stunt to boost sales over Christmas, that the house's sale was unrelated to the prize, and that he was going to sell it anyway."

Gmork - 2012-07-17


Caminante Nocturno - 2012-07-17

But he has a British accent and won't stop jerking off America's ego!

Jet Bin Fever - 2012-07-19

Proof that inbreeding is still going strong amongst the aristocracy.

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