There really isn’t much to say about this section. It's stuff I happen to find funny. Perhaps you'll agree on one or two of these links...
|If you’ve ever read the Lord of the Rings, you can appreciate the research effort that went into some of these theories. You’ll also wonder how people have so much free time on their hands. These collected usenet posts typically range between bizarre and hilarious.||Tolkien Crackpot Theories|
|In order to deal with an ongoing news shortage, the Onion has been making it up for over 25 years. Whether making highlighting stupidity, exploring the depths of bad taste, or just rambling psychotically, this pseudo-newspaper is clearly a succesor to the National Lampoon of the 70's. Here are links to a couple of their more restrained articles - and one that was actually taken seriously.|
|The Bulwer-Lytton (bad) Fiction Contest was inspired by the line “It was a dark and stormy night...” from the novel Paul Clifford. Contestants try to write an equivalently awful opening sentence for a hypothetical novel - with results that range from horrible to hilarious.||Bulwer-Lytton Home
|If you've seen the movies, you'll recognize the dialogs. If you haven't, close your browser and go watch them; you have a serious cultural deficiency and may not survive long otherwise. In any case, here are some script fragments with Chico and Groucho characters that I found online - three of which are from the same site: marx-brothers.org|