When the going gets tough, the tough blame everybody!  Once again, a tragic event has helped each one of us realize: “I’ve always been right about everything.”  Uncle Jay explains!


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15 Responses to “Uncle Jay Explains: Jan. 17, 2011”

  1. Zachariah Says:

    lol. Nice marketing scheme there at the end.

  2. Stephen Says:

    LOL, Jay, LOL.

  3. anotherbozo Says:

    Uncle Jay’s word in an upcoming show should be “Asymmetry.” Example: the left and right do not necessarily mirror one another in violent rhetoric, falsehoods, or intelligence of analysis! Discuss.

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  5. egc52556 Says:

    Re: Dichotomy — There are two kinds of people: those who see the world as a dichotomy and those who don’t.

    5 Stars today, Jay, 5 Stars.

  6. Dave Vigliotti Says:

    A poignant reminder for todays celebrations… There IS another way…

  7. Don Goldberg Says:

    Well, the anagram for dichotomy is “moody itch.” I guess that explains it all. — or It explains nothing at all.

  8. Jim Says:

    I find it very interesting that the banner ad at the top of Uncle Jay’s website today is for “Front Sight Firearms Training” — a school to teach you how to shoot (and kill?). Could this be a hint as to wich direction Uncle Jay leans?

    Uncle Jay replies:
    The ads on Uncle Jay’s website come from Google Ads, and are different for everybody, based on where you live, the search and browsing history of your own computer, and the text that shows with an episode. In fact, now that this comment is here mentioning the training, you might see more ads like that! So there are no hidden messages in the types of ads you see. But have you ever checked to see if Uncle Jay is blinking his eyes in Morse Code?

  9. RobtO Says:

    Hi Oncle J:
    I was a little disappointed today by missing out on your usual brilliant brand of vitriolic humor. You have chosen to substitute a sermon for the vitriol…and I should add that you might make a good clergyman.

    Sacre Bleu & OMG,
    St Augustine
    (in the City of The Angles)

  10. Kevin Says:

    So what you’re saying Uncle Jay is that the Firearms banner ad that Jim mentioned says more about the direction HE leans and not about your particular leanings, right? If I had to put a “lean” on you Uncle Jay, I’d say that you’re perfectly balanced upright… sadly that’s not a stable position (physically speaking) so maybe you’re actually hanging straight down by your feet! That’s much more stable — and a good option for a future episode :)

  11. Joe Says:

    So…where is the big loss if I don’t order the DVD? I fail to see it, so I won’t be ordering. Once a week is enough for me.

  12. DanT Says:

    I may not always gain a fresh perspective from your newscasts but you do always help me see things in a different way.

    Thanks, Uncle Jay!

  13. kathy Says:

    Great show again Uncle Jay.
    Thx for the laughs.

  14. Uncle Jakey Says:

    No egc52556, there are 10 kinds of people: those who do-and those who do not-understand binary

  15. Pat Says:

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    Thanks Uncle Jay for explaining why all of a sudden the MSM was talking about this 13th constellation. I checked it out with REAL astrologers, and they don’t believe a word of it. Thankfully this MSM meme didn’t take off (except maybe for the bubble-gum chewing crowd that believes everything they see in the media).

    You’re the GOOD uncle :)

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