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In The Rubber Chicken’s Burning Question series, we have successfully solved some of life’s greatest mysteries by asking every celebrity or inappropriate party we could find.  What is The Grimace? What do the birds and the bees do? How do you get to Sesame Street? Why does the sun shine? (The answers, in order: 1. Cloned Mutant Beetroot / 2. They Make Toast / 3.  A Global Network of Mario-Style Warp Pipes / 4. It’s Complicated.)

Isn’t it about time we applied this research technique to the Greater Good?  What if, instead of drawing upon pop-culture or lightweight philosophy, we turned to cold, hard science?

In my daily search for risqué Last Starfighter fan fiction, I accidentally stumbled upon an astronomy blog and learned a startling fact:
90% of the universe’s mass remains unaccounted for.

Today, we pitch the following question to our guests:
Where is the universe’s missing mass?

Well, Television’s Michelle Rodriguez?
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The Birthday Smear Campaign

Posted on November 7th, 2008 by James Simpson

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CLOVERFIELD WAS A INSIDE JOB!!!!

Posted on February 12th, 2008 by Andrey Summers

Thanks for reading my blog everyone, lets see how long it stays up before the CIA or the FBI step in and shut me down, but I’m gonna tell you right now that what I have to say isn’t a conspiracy theory. It’s the total 100% truth and once you see the proof and you open your eyes you will know that there’s no way for them to deny it.

CLOVERFIELD WAS A INSIDE JOB!

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Guest Crap Comic: JJ McCullough

Posted on December 12th, 2005 by Alastair Craig

Alastair: This guest strip was kindly donated by Famous Political Cartoonist JJ McCullough from Filibuster Cartoons. He might not be familiar with the Crap Comic series’ story, author, art style, or even its basic concept, but I’m sure we can all agree he’s captured its essence perfectly. Thanks, JJ!



Could our days of whimsical pointlessness be behind us? Are we selling out to relevance? Could this spell a radical transformation into – forgive me for daring to utter the forbidden word – respectability?

Find out as you delve into this hard-hitting, uncompromising interview – easily our most shocking exposé of government affairs since, well, The Rubber Chicken Talks Politics.

Stuart Drummond, Mayor of Hartlepool, UK

The Definitive Interview

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Crap Comic: Unsolicited Guest Strips

Posted on October 28th, 2005 by Mister Bung

When Aussie Ben began his Crap Comic series – nay, confronting sequence of contemporary masterpii – he gazed up at the glow-in-the-dark Glow Zone stars on his bedroom ceiling and said: “Some day, world. Some day, I’m going to make it big”.

And here he is, two years later, producing guest comics for the finest names in the business: Penny Arcade.  PVP.  VG Cats.  Calvin & Hobbes.  Garfield.  Batman. The list goes on and on. In hindsight, though, he probably should have asked for their permission first.

Dear reader, would you care to Hassle People of Importance with us once again?

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Movie: Chris Cares

Posted on September 15th, 2005 by Chris Shadforth

What terrifies a university student above all else? If you answered “exams”, “tuition fees” or “an uncertain future”, I can only ask what you thought to gain in giving sincere, vocal replies to a clearly tongue-in-cheek rhetorical question from a writer who clearly can’t hear you. The misleadingly introduced answer is, of course, “student elections”.

The concept of a student union is all well and good, but it’s hard to appreciate the big picture when you’re getting pamphlets shoved in your face at every turn.  Both competing parties subscribe to the same mind-numbing bombardment techniques that have worked so well in the past (see: internet advertising).  Where they’re trying to encourage voters, this assault on the senses only serves to drive them away.

To make our thoughts known, we launched our own flyer campaign targeted exclusively at flyer distributors themselves.

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Mailbag: A Man Named Clive

Posted on October 12th, 2004 by Ben K

This edition is dedicated to the cast of popular Australian Sitcom “Hey, Dad!”

For giving us an excuse to go outside between 1986 – 1994.

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JJ McCullough‘s political webcomic Filibuster Cartoons (which is well-regarded as an informed and humorous source of conservative commentary) requested a guest strip from his friend Scott McQuaig, artist for The Rubber Chicken (which is… not).
The following scathing satire ensued.

2003-07-24

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