Hey! How do you guys feel about pictures of dogs all curled up with cats? You think that's really cute?! Well, good! I've got something for you, then! It's a site where alleged Iranian revolutionaries talk about how awesome Sarah Palin is!
I've tried to approach this from every angle possible, and as far as I can tell, this is a completely legitimate site made by Persians who think that, goddammit, America is awesome, but America would be even more awesome if it were led by a president who wasn't aware that Persians are a distinct ethnic group living in Iran. I'm not sure if it's because they're only exposed to a little bit of news, or if they've holed themselves up in safe houses and gone completely insane, or what. But seriously, they love Sarah Palin. And having clicked on their "Hot New Model" link, I can confirm they also love girls who get messy and naked on the beach. (Really naked, not Swimsuit Edition naked. So, NWS.)
I cannot resolve this Web site in my mind. At first, I assumed it was some sort of pro-America propaganda, but then I realized that shit wouldn't even make it to Iran, so what's the point? So then I figured, maybe it's aimed toward Americans, to edge them into invading Iran and freeing them, or whatever. But you know what? That, honestly, makes even less sense. Sure, they ostensibly believe in a lot of great things like freedom of speech, but they also believe in electing one of our most uniquely retarded citizens into office.
I can only assume, then, that this is some sort of Tea Party Plot, the stuff of e-mail forwards to deceive grandmas and horny grandpas into believing that Palin and the neo-cons/tea partiers are doing what's not only best for the USA, but also what's best for the world. Seriously, that's it. That's got to be it. I'm more willing to buy that Iranians have mastered their own invisible form of martial arts than I am to believe they made this Web site. There's no way.
Sir Mix-a-Lot's classic follow up to "Baby Got Back" has serious unintended consequences.
"Really, Holmes!" I dropped into my seat, shocked. "You are remarkably tall! What are you, six foot six? Six foot eight?"
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