Daniel W. Drezner

I hereby dub this day Video Friday

Today, your humble blogger will be furiously trying to finish a draft paper before the friggin’ students come back to campus hard at work at his day job, preparing for the fall semester.  So I’m outsourcing today’s blog content to two videos. The first has been making the rounds, but it’s still funny.  And it’s ...

Today, your humble blogger will be furiously trying to finish a draft paper before the friggin’ students come back to campus hard at work at his day job, preparing for the fall semester.  So I’m outsourcing today’s blog content to two videos.

The first has been making the rounds, but it’s still funny.  And it’s funny because, as Alex Massie observes, "this is horribly close to being a verbatim report from some ghastly cable TV "news" shoutfest…. proving once again that the "fake" news is often better than the so-called "real" news." 

I give you, from the Onion, the Minotaur debate:


Is Using A Minotaur To Gore Detainees A Form Of Torture?

And, sometime this month is the three-year annivesary of the funniest bit Denis Leary as ever done anywhere at any time.  It’s not easy to find this video, but for your viewing pleasure:

 

 

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Enjoy! 

Today, your humble blogger will be furiously trying to finish a draft paper before the friggin’ students come back to campus hard at work at his day job, preparing for the fall semester.  So I’m outsourcing today’s blog content to two videos.

The first has been making the rounds, but it’s still funny.  And it’s funny because, as Alex Massie observes, "this is horribly close to being a verbatim report from some ghastly cable TV "news" shoutfest…. proving once again that the "fake" news is often better than the so-called "real" news." 

I give you, from the Onion, the Minotaur debate:


Is Using A Minotaur To Gore Detainees A Form Of Torture?

And, sometime this month is the three-year annivesary of the funniest bit Denis Leary as ever done anywhere at any time.  It’s not easy to find this video, but for your viewing pleasure:

 

 

 

Enjoy! 

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at Tufts University’s Fletcher School. He blogged regularly for Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2014. Twitter: @dandrezner

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