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How White is the Republican National Convention?
July 21st, 2016 under Jimmy Kimmel, Politics. [ Comments: none ]


We all know that the Republican party is the White party, and not the type that is thrown in Palm Springs or at P Diddy’s house. How White is it? Jimmy Kimmel Live did a compilation of people dancing at the Republican National Convention and rhythm is one of the many things they don’t have.
But at least we have another reason to laugh at them. In fact, even our laughing at them is more on beat then they will ever be.

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Sarah Palin is so dumb. How dumb is she?
June 30th, 2016 under Game Shows, Politics. [ Comments: 6 ]


You would probably think that would be a question on Match Game, and you would be wrong. Believe it or not the former Vice Presidential Candidate turned reality star is going to appear on the ABC game show. Does Sarah Palin have any clue what she got herself into? Which brings me back to my headline.
I wonder how she is going to handle all of those naughty questions they ask. I wonder if the show will have to be more tame when she is on? I wonder how host Alec Baldwin handled the news that she is going to be on the show. Probably made his long microphone even longer. How long is it? So long it can see Russia from his house!
Palin isn’t the only new panelist that was announced today. Jerry O’Connell, Kal Penn, David Alan Grier, Jason Alexander, Leah Remini, Niecy Nash, Randall Park and Nathasha Lyonne will also be filling in the blanks!

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CNN’s close captioning perfectly described yesterday’s debate
February 26th, 2016 under Politics, TV News. [ Comments: none ]


via FTV Live
If you have been watching the Republican Presidential Debates, then you know that it is basically 3 men screaming at each other as loud as they can and we have no idea what they are saying. Well we are not alone, even the people who type up the close captioning are clueless about what is coming out of their pie holes. So much so, that at one point yesterday, they just typed up, “[unintelligible yelling]”! I think, they could’ve left that up for the whole debate, and it still would’ve been accurate. Too bad the candidates don’t get it as well as the people that have to write down everything they say. Maybe if they did, it would be a much more respectable election and not a total embarrassing joke like it is now.

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The Simpsons nail this Presidential season
February 21st, 2016 under Politics, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]


This year’s Presidential race has been a horror, a real nightmare. Well, The Simpsons had some fun and made that nightmare a reality. An animated one, but still a reality.
Hopefully if the Presidential candidates see this, they will begin to comprehend how much a horrible joke they have become. Maybe it will get them to turn their campaigns around.
But then again, they are all too far gone in their egos to realize how badly they are screwing up this country and not making it great again.
One more thing, if only Jeb Bush would knee Donald Trump in the balls, the World would be a much better place.

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A tale of two Bernie Sanders or Larry Davids!
February 7th, 2016 under Politics, Saturday Night Live. [ Comments: none ]


Larry David was the host on Saturday Night Live yesterday, so of course Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders also appeared on the show. While the sketch wasn’t that funny, it was hysterical to see the two of them together. Now that we have, I still don’t know who was who. Can you tell the difference between the politician and the comedian?
Maybe this other bit from the show yesterday where David played Sanders can help you out or maybe it will make it worse?

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Jerry Seinfeld is driving President Obama
December 21st, 2015 under Politics, Seinfeld. [ Comments: 8 ]


Jerry Seinfeld has gotten some of the biggest names in comedy to drive with him, and now he has the biggest name in the United States riding with him on the new season of his show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. That name is Barack Obama! The comedian didn’t say how he landed the President, but he did say, “‘How did I get here?’ ‘Is this really happening?’ The President’s humor and generosity are the only reasons this was even possible. He was so easy and fun to be with. Being President and just a cool guy to hang out with at the same time made the experience my own personal moonwalk. It was an unforgettable day.”
You can stream that unforgettable day on Crackle, December 30th at 11:30p as they ride around in a 1963 Corvette Stingray Split Window Coupe.

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Bear Grylls thought he was being ‘spoofed’ when the White House called
December 17th, 2015 under NBC, Politics. [ Comments: 1 ]


Tonight at 10p, Bear Grylls has the biggest person he has ever taken with him on Running Wild, and he has taken some really big names with him. That man is President Barack Obama and I was on a conference call with him last week and he talked about his wild adventure in Alaska with the President of the Unites States.

How it came about?
BG – Well, they reached out to us, you know? We’ve gotten approached by the White House to – saying would we, you know, consider taking the president on an adventure to Alaska. I almost didn’t really believe it. When we started, it was like I thought this was spoof. But, you know, we got into it and, you know, we all came together. There are obviously quite a few, you know, hurdles along the way of trying to, you know, keep everyone happy including, you know, the whole Secret Service, presidential team and all of that. We did it and it’s an episode I’m, you know, hugely proud of and definitely this is, you know, the high point of our “Running Wild” journeys.

What was like taking the President into the wild?
BG
– Well, he was the president or whatever, you know, all of our titles and our belongings and everything. And as I said, it’s what I love about the wild, you know? It doesn’t care who, you know, when you’re in bear country, you know, a lot of grizzly and brown bears and black bears around, you know, they don’t care that you’re the commander in chief and – or whatever.

What was his impression of President Obama?
BG
– Well, my overriding impression was just he’s really humble, family-centered, lovely guy, you know? I mean, of course, the times along the route I have to kind of pinch myself and think actually, you know, this is the president of America, you know? And I think there’s a connection when you’re out in the wild with someone. I always say it’s the ultimate learning, you know, and he’s a dad and I’m a dad and, you know, he cares about preserving.

Did the President have an ego?
BG
– You got to be respectful and you got to make the decisions. You got to leave your ego behind. And he totally embraced that, you know, as a man who really, you know, he does a pretty selfless job and I just came in waiting. He’s an incredible man and one incredible human being. And just, you know, there’s a connection there as a father and as somebody really cares about the planet and I thought, you know what, I love it. I love him and love the mission.

They talked about what?
BG
– You’re out there and, you know, you kind of light fire together and climb up trees and, you know, half eaten salmons and, you know, talking about flatulence and the berries and all of that gets out, you know? That is as you come at the great moments with, you know, the connections always come. So huge privilege but definitely a fair side of the president you never see before.

What did the people at the White House want their Commander-In-Chief to do out in the wild?
BG
– It’s a big petition on the White House saying “You got to get the president to drink his own pee.” And I can say (unintelligible) I’m not going to ask you to do that. And it was fun because we had a good conversation about “You tell me what is it with you and pee,” you know, “Why you’re known for this?” And he wanted to understand the science again behind it. So its funny sort of our conversation about when pee is good and when pee is bad and how these berries can help people’s flatulence and all this. I would think toilet/lavatory humor is always a great leveler.

How many people came along with the President and him to Alaska from the White House?
BG
– I thought initially they would have five or six Secret Service guys with us that, you know, end up like 50. You know, it’s a whole team with the press corps and, you know, even got a guy who’s there to make sure if there’s any food or drink he’s drinking is approved, you know? So it’s, you know, it’s a big, old group to move around where they got helicopter stuff in the air.

What moment stood out for Bear Grylls from their time together?
BG
– But I think at the end of it that really stood out for me was the little thing we did right at the end where we prayed together and it’s funny because it’s like sort of such an intimate thing to do but we talked about faith on the journey and how he’d said that one of his heroes is President Lincoln have said this quote that if you’re not a religious man when you take off, you know, you will be by the end. It brings you into your knees.
And I think one of the reasons he said to me this seems to be one of the best days of his presidency all of eight years and he said “You didn’t want anything from me. We’re just, you know, sharing a little bit of our world.” And, you know, so nice to be able to lay hands on him and just say a little prayer to, you know, pray for protection of all the work he’s doing and it was just for ten seconds, you know, and he gave me a big hug at the end of it and I thought (you know, this is a real) special moment actually and a moment I’ll never forget.

What does he think of tonight’s episode?
BG
– We’ve delivered the program that I feel is the ultimate “Running Wild” I’ll ever do. I watched it, as I said, the other night and it’s just, you know, I’m so proud of it, you know, the complete show and it’s got heart and fun and, you know, all of that – and adventure and all of that good stuff. And I won’t beat that.

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Hillary Clinton faces her toughest critics, kids!
November 6th, 2015 under Jimmy Kimmel, Politics. [ Comments: none ]


Yesterday on Jimmy Kimmel Live, they had one of their focus group with kids and they wanted to know what the 4 youngsters thought of having a woman President. The two girls were more for it than the boys, but would that change when Hillary Clinton entered the room. Even though only one of them knew that Barack (Orack) Obama was the President of the United States, three of them knew who the former First Lady is. Which is actually really impressive, to me.
Now that we know that they know who she, what would she have to do to get their vote. Since they are kids, they want free things and no school. Will she add that to her campaign promises? If she is going for the under 10s, she will; but I don’t think that is her target audience.
So now that the kids listened to her and she listened to them, would they vote for a woman President? Three out of four of them would. Which is not bad, not bad at all.
Now for the nonpolitical part of this bit, the best part is when one of the kids called the ABC late night host fat. Little by little they are getting their revenge! Good for them.

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A politician makes a funny!
October 26th, 2015 under Politics. [ Comments: none ]


US Senator Cory Booker heard that Congress is in desperate need of a Speaker, so he offered up his suggestion. He did a John Cusack in Say Anything and held up a speaker.
It is photos like this that me sad he is not running President. He would be a better choice than all the people that are currently running for the position. He truly is a politician for the people. They are rare these days. I will get off my Soap Box now.
One last thing, I will say that speaker is better than the people who threw their hat in the race to be the Speaker. Now, I am officially off of my Soap Box.

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Hillary Clinton comes clean about a lie!
September 17th, 2015 under Jimmy Fallon, Politics. [ Comments: none ]


Hillary Clinton was on The Tonight Show yesterday and Jimmy Fallon brought up Donald Trump. The Presidential candidate asked the NBC host if The Donald ever let him touch his hair. When Fallon said no, she asked him if he wanted to touch her locks. He agreed and declared they are indeed real. She said they are, but the color is not. See she can tell the truth!
Before the two of them talked about Trump, Fallon pretended to be her competition and interviewed her via the phone. Their conversation was so full of zingers that the Republican candidates are now afraid of her.
Funny how while all of the GOP candidates were coming off like crap yesterday at the debate, Clinton was coming off as great! Isn’t it ironic, don’t you think?

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