Chris Michael

Chris Michael
New York, New York,
July 25
Chris is an ad man, comedian, and cartoonist living in New York City. Feel free to follow him in 140-character dosings at @ubermudskipper.


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SAN FRANCISCO — Thousands of vain Americans are outraged after Facebook announced its new "original nose" policy. Effective immediately, the social network giant will begin cracking down on profile photos of the cosmetically-enhanced, which it says "convey an inauthentic self."

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DECEMBER 21, 2012 8:47PM

The End Is Near




PHOENIX — Millions of websites were down after CEO Bob Parsons mistook his DNS servers for a herd of grazing African elephants. 

Employees at the web hosting company's headquarters in Scottsdale, AZ said they were first alerted to the outage after hearing Mr. Parsons unload hi… Read full post »
SEPTEMBER 5, 2012 8:14PM

The Many Party Hats of the RNC



WASHINGTON — In its latest attempt at controlling the internet, Congress has unveiled a fresh, new SOPA-like bill called CISPA, or the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act.

"This one's not at all like SOPA," said Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), who helped intro

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Santorum's Fight for Religious Freedom Inspires Others to Restrict Freedom, Too


WASHINGTON -- Thrilled to discover American voters still knew his name, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum wasted no time after recent caucus victories to attack Obama's contraceptionRead full post »


Gingrich: "Second Place in 50 States Is Like Coming in First in 25" 

TAMPA, FL -- Florida primary silver medalist Newt Gingrich was on cloud nine after yet again failing to show any relevance to the majority of conservative voters.

"Second place in all fifty states is the same as coming… Read full post »

JANUARY 26, 2012 11:12PM

Perverts! (CARTOON)




DECEMBER 15, 2011 9:21AM

Accents Make Everything Better (CARTOON)




American Apparel Hoodie Sales Skyrocket as Occupy Wall Street Protests Spread Worldwide
NEW YORK -- The Occupy Wall Street movement that began with just a few hundred supporters in Manhattan's Financial District spread to over 80 countries this past weekend, prompting a massiv… Read full post »
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JULY 1, 2011 2:58PM

Gay Marriage (CARTOON)

Gay Marriage



MAY 12, 2011 11:14AM

Gaybola Outbreak Threatens Uganda

KAMPALA, UGANDA— The small East African nation of Uganda has certainly seen its share of hardships, but nothing could have prepared the country for its most recent catastrophe: Gaybola.

Reported cases of the virus have been on the rise in Uganda since the country’s political and economicRead full post »


U.S. Condemns Rogue Army Staging of Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta with Killed Afghan Civilians

WASHINGTON — The United States government was forced to take decisive action today when news broke of US troops using killed Afghan civilians to stage a full production of Gilbert… Read full post »

NEW YORK—Last summer, 2008 Vice Presidential silver medalist Sarah Palin once again exposed her intellectual underbelly to liberal elitists and GED-holders alike when she tweeted for "peaceful Muslims" to "refudiate" the planned mosque near Ground Zero.

A blend of refute and repudiate, Palin's "… Read full post »

PHOENIX—Arizona passed the toughest immigration bill in the United States on Friday that many critics say is a slap in the face to over a century of civil rights efforts across the globe, fanned by lingering Birther sentiments against President Obama.

"Whoa, whoa. Hold up. Let's get… Read full post »

AUSTIN—After nearly two and a half centuries since the American Revolution—roughly a sixth the age of the earth—U.S. history may finally be recorded accurately if the Texas State Board of Education is permitted to proceed with its proposed alterations to the state's textbooks. Domin… Read full post »

CBS Ensures Appropriateness for Super Bowl: Rejects Gay Ad, Accepts Christian Right Ad 

NEW YORK—Super Bowl Sunday, the most anticipated advertising event of the year, could prove to be the most-viewed Super Bowl ever this weekend, expected to surpass 100 million viewers.

But this yea… Read full post »

COPENHAGEN — The 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference last week sent world leaders home scratching their heads as to whether any foreseeable progress had been made. Developing nations like China accused richer nations of placing unrealistic expectations on them, while wealthy countries… Read full post »

NEW YORK—The publishing world was stunned today when Sarah Palin walked out of the recording studio in the midst of narrating the audio book version of her memoir Going Rogue: An American Life after only the first two chapters. 

"Sarah's really super sorry," said Palin spokeswoman Meg… Read full post »

HONOLULU—Conservative radio talk show host and world-renown humanitarian Rush Limbaugh was hospitalized last week while on vacation in Hawaii. After complaining of chest pains, tests at The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu found absolutely nothing wrong with the Right-Wing figurehead.

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LOS ANGELES—After decades of campaigning for equal rights, many Hispanic groups now feel that the English-Spanish bilingualism in media across the United States sends a negative message that many are calling "offensive."

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, or CHIRLA, is o… Read full post »

WASHINGTON—The terrifying possibility of the first not-completely-White President of the United States during the 2008 primaries last year urgently prompted many Americans to replace their pointy hats with thinking caps. "Birthers," as the fringe conspiracy theorists came to be known, alleged t… Read full post »

NEW YORK—The financial meltdown of 2008 shook the global economy to its core. Bedrock banks were brought to their knees, entire governments went bankrupt, and millions lost their homes when sour mortgages resulted in foreclosures. But the worst hit of all were generic White people.

"It's bRead full post »