Friday, November 30, 2012

Nuke the Punchline: iHouse App

Harvey over at IMAO has another straight line of the day up, and so it is time to pick the winners of the last one:

The White House released a new iPhone App...

#5 g: ...It identifies different breeds of dogs and recommends proper wine to accompany them.

#4 Writer: ...that causes the Calculator App to malfunction.

#3 Marc: ...Takes your unused minutes are redistributes them to others that have squandered their own.

#2 CTCompromise: ...unfortunately, since it was a government program, the app was designed in China, built in Canada, cost millions of dollars to develop, and is not compatible with Apple products.

And the best punchline goes to Rodney Dill:

The White House released a new iPhone App that has a proximity detector and alarm for whenever Joe Biden is approaching. (MALARKEY MALARKEY MALARKEY!)

Congratulations Rodney!


The best punchline for the last Nuking Politics straight line was Bob in Feenicks:

Joe Biden played a small part in an upcoming movie, Innocence of Muslims II, due to be released just before Biden leaves for peace talks with the Taliban.

Congratulations Bob!

[I can't believe nobody used some actual upcoming movies, like The Hobbit...there was some comedy gold there].


Now here's a line for you guys to play with:

For lunch, Romney and Obama...


  1. ...went hungry because Candy Crowley showed up to moderate.

  2. ...had Bo-becue and Chicago style hotdogs

  3. ...made prank phone calls to Joe Biden.

  4. ...argued about how much tax the taxpayers should pay for the meal the taxpayers paid for.

  5. ...agreed not to eat anything that was tied to the roof of Romney's car.