August 27, 2012

"Ah ha ha ha ha ha..."

26 comments:

bagoh20 said...

I'm dying to know the context of some of the ones I don't recognize. It's hard to just let an anonymous maniacal laugh go un-understood.

Tim said...

Fucking Dopers.

Buy 'em some Doritos and send them on their way.

Sharc said...

Weirdly unfunny.

Mary Beth said...

"A lot of guys ignore the laugh, and that's about standards. I mean, if you're gonna get into the Evil League of Evil, you have to have a memorable laugh. What, do you think Bad Horse didn't work on his whinny? His terrible death-whinny?" - Dr. Horrible

America's Politico said...

Every-time the CORE (Committee to Re-Elect) the POTUS (and VPOTUS) - the best and the greatest - think of the GOP and Romney-Ryan ticket, they have the same answer:

"Ha - Ha - Ha: You must be joking. Is this what we have to compete against? Is this what GOP considers as leaders."

You see, the POTUS/VPOTUS - the best team in the history of politics across the globe - will savagely defeat the GOP. Akin was just an appetizer. Santorum is the second course.

Ha - Ha - Ha

America's Politico said...

Every-time the CORE (Committee to Re-Elect) the POTUS (and VPOTUS) - the best and the greatest - think of the GOP and Romney-Ryan ticket, they have the same answer:

"Ha - Ha - Ha: You must be joking. Is this what we have to compete against? Is this what GOP considers as leaders."

You see, the POTUS/VPOTUS - the best team in the history of politics across the globe - will savagely defeat the GOP. Akin was just an appetizer. Santorum is the second course.

Ha - Ha - Ha

SukieTawdry said...

If it's maniacal laughter you're after, it's hard to do better than Ralph & friends (starts :40).

Palladian said...

Too damned many cartoons.

Palladian said...

This is my favorite laugh from "The Shining".

edutcher said...

What Palladian said.

I mean, Geoffrey Holder has a great laugh, but where's Sydney Greenstreet, where's Peter Lorre, where's Richard Widmark in "Kiss Of Death", where's the black Persian spy in "300"?

No black & white, nothing before 1980.

Hell, for that matter, where's Phyllis Diller?

Titus said...

is this laughing going to erase the attraction that others have to your meanness?

I think not.

You are a mean bitch and you need to embrace it. It is was attracts others to you. And it is what attracted unemployed Neady to you.

Meadehouse--mean- stew in what you have wrought. This is your legacy.

You mean bitches.

This aint Kama Sutra at this place. And no one's charkas are in alignment. Their third eye is bent and sloughing toward hell.

Your job is to embrace your fans and give them comfort and a tit to cry on, and you do a magnificent job.

This may of not been your ultimate goal but this is what you achieved. Now support it to it's fullest. You have no where else to go.

Ross said...

I think I liked the Princess Bride laugh the most.

Pogo said...

Whodathunk that Titus has a very very boring black heart?

exiledonmainst said...

No Tina Turner in "Tommy?" Her Acid Queen was the only memorable thing about that film.

Well, that and Ann-Margaret rolling around in beans and chocolate.

Tim said...

Pogo said...

"Whodathunk that Titus has a very very boring black heart?"

Well, he's afraid his boyfriend is going to lose his re-election bid, so now he's getting all angry and butt-hurt.

I'm guessing not for the first time, either, lol!

Ann Althouse said...

Titus jumped the charkas.

Meade said...

At least this time, we know it is really Titus.

Palladian said...

Who knew it was Titus Andronicus.

Let me put it this way, if he gives you a pie, don't eat it.

Meade said...

But I'd like to correct something Titus said. I was not unemployed when I met Althouse. I was fully employed. Self-employed. Over-employed.

I only chose retirement so that I could fully provide for and protect her. Full time. For instance, protect and comfort her when her feelings get hurt by people like Titus who repeatedly make and break dates with her. She doesn't deserve such shabby treatment from Titus or anyone else.

Palladian said...

Well-said, Meade, but neither you nor Althouse need explain yourselves and your lives to loathsome, unhappy spirits.

I used to respond, but I stopped, because it was pointless and frankly uninteresting. When faced with the impotent taunts of anonymous web entities, I'm always reminded of a scene from "The Exorcist" where Father Merrin (Max von Sydow) says:

"Especially important is the warning to avoid conversations with the demon. We may ask what is relevant but anything beyond that is dangerous. He is a liar. The demon is a liar. He will lie to confuse us. But he will also mix lies with the truth to attack us. The attack is psychological, Damien, and powerful. So don't listen to him. Remember that - do not listen."

Palladian said...

In other words, Ah ha ha ha ha ha ha!

NotquiteunBuckley said...

The Hudsucker Proxy.

It makes people nicer, a rare feat for most but not the Coen's.

"The Drunk Driver Has The Right Of Way."

Meade said...

Thanks, Palladian. Wise (and humorous) words. Especially from someone so young.

Rabel said...

I guess Titus didn't watch any of the "make you nicer" movies.

Tits

Wally Ballou said...

I must say this blog is amazingly tolerant of abusive and sometimes frankly insane commenters. You certainly walk the talk about tolerating dissent and edginess.

Joe Schmoe said...

I few months ago we watched the latest Muppet Movie with our kids and we enjoyed this scene.