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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/16/2014, 8:19 am

Here we go again, jack is right and everybody else is wrong.
What you think is "insipid" is actually funny to millions of normal people, jack. Ever notice that there is no such thing as a conservative comedian? There is no conservative version of Bill Maher, Jon Stewart, Will Ferrell, David Letterman, Tina Fey, Chris Rock, Jerry Sienfeld or Ellen DeGeneres.
You know why?
You people have no sense of humor. Absolutely NONE.

However conservatives can be funny. Whether it's Mitt Romney trying to sing or George Bush or Sarah Palin babbling nonsense, it does occur, LOL.
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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/16/2014, 5:10 pm

edge540 wrote:
Here we go again, jack is right and everybody else is wrong.
What you think is "insipid" is actually funny to millions of normal people, jack. Ever notice that there is no such thing as a conservative comedian? There is no conservative version of Bill Maher, Jon Stewart, Will Ferrell, David Letterman, Tina Fey, Chris Rock, Jerry Sienfeld or Ellen DeGeneres.
You know why?
You people have no sense of humor. Absolutely NONE.

However conservatives can be funny. Whether it's Mitt Romney trying to sing or George Bush or Sarah Palin babbling nonsense, it does occur, LOL.



Do you think that Three's Company was a humorously intellectual laugh riot?
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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/17/2014, 7:42 am

happy jack wrote:
edge540 wrote:
Here we go again, jack is right and everybody else is wrong.
What you think is "insipid" is actually funny to millions of normal people, jack. Ever notice that there is no such thing as a conservative comedian? There is no conservative version of Bill Maher, Jon Stewart, Will Ferrell, David Letterman, Tina Fey, Chris Rock, Jerry Sienfeld or Ellen DeGeneres.
You know why?
You people have no sense of humor. Absolutely NONE.

However conservatives can be funny. Whether it's Mitt Romney trying to sing or George Bush or Sarah Palin babbling nonsense, it does occur, LOL.



Do you think that Three's Company was a humorously intellectual laugh riot?

Good grief.
A situation comedy doesn't have anything to do with being intellectual.
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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/17/2014, 1:39 pm

happy jack wrote:
Do you think that Three's Company was a humorously intellectual laugh riot?[/b]
Caution! cherry Irrelevant endless questioning by board stooge now in progress.
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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/17/2014, 7:26 pm

edge540 wrote:
 
Good grief.
A situation comedy doesn't have anything to do with being intellectual.



Being nominated for an Emmy award has nothing to do with being intellectual, either.
What is your point?
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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/18/2014, 7:25 am

Heretic and I made the point (in red) a long time ago:


edge540 wrote:
Here's what is made up:
"Lena Dunham Describes Sexually Abusing Her Little Sister"
That's a lie.

Heretic wrote:
I'd imagine if it really was about "quoting her work", it'd be a copyright lawsuit, which means both headlines are false.
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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/18/2014, 10:32 am

edge540 wrote:
Here we go again, jack is right and everybody else is wrong.
What you think is "insipid" is actually funny to millions of normal people, jack. Ever notice that there is no such thing as a conservative comedian? There is no conservative version of Bill Maher, Jon Stewart, Will Ferrell, David Letterman, Tina Fey, Chris Rock, Jerry Sienfeld or Ellen DeGeneres.
You know why?
You people have no sense of humor. Absolutely NONE.
They do have one favorite comedian....
Is Bill Cosby still the darling of conservatives?
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In May 2004 comedian, social critic, and philanthropist Bill Cosby took the stage at Independence Hall in his hometown of Philadelphia. It was a gala commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on school segregation. Cosby was being honored for his near legendary philanthropy to African-American colleges. The mostly black audience, chock-full of veterans of the civil rights and social justice movements, fully expected to hear Cosby reminisce about the gains and importance of the civil rights fight and reflect on the massive racial disparities, poverty and economic inequality that still ensnare millions of African-Americans.

They got a shock. Cosby did nothing of the kind. He instead launched into a long-winded, bitter rampage against alleged ignorant, gun-toting, babymaking and jail-deserving young blacks. Cosby then put the capper on it when he angrily shouted that even more blacks deserve to be dumped in the slammer and even evoked God to bolster his scream. "God is tired of you," he said, "and so am I." The stunned audience didn't know what to make of Cosby's tirade. But an endless parade of conservative columnists, right-wing talk show gabbers, bloggers and unreconstructed bigots did. They had found just the man to put the proper face on their long-standing manufactured growth industry in black, especially black male, blame-the-victim bashing. Cosby was perfect. He had none of the odor of black conservatives such as Clarence Thomas and Alan Keyes, who were routinely trotted out to rip and disparage blacks and who engendered near-universal ridicule and condemnation from African-Americans. Cosby, by contrast, was seen as a real civil rights man, a liberal universally admired by blacks.
lRelated Social-media misstep revives sexual assault allegations against Cosby

In the days after that tirade, Cosby's stock soared to new heights among conservatives. He was a man who would air black America's dirty laundry and brave the wrath of civil rights leaders, black activists and black columnists. This all culminated in his getting an unprecedented one hour to tout his blacks-must-clean-up-their-own-ghettos spin on "Meet the Press." He topped that with a book, "Come on People," which quickly soared up the best-seller charts. In the book he harangued and lectured, cobbled together a mishmash of his trademark anecdotes, homilies and personal tales of woe and success. He juggled and massaged facts to bolster his self-designated black morals crusade. Stripped away, it was the same stock message that blacks can't read, write or speak coherent English, and are social and educational cripples and failures. To no surprise, the cheers for Cosby from the racism deniers were wilder and louder than ever.

The problem with all this was that even then the rumors and allegations of Cosby's unsavory personal hijinks and antics were swirling around the gossip mill. It was a near textbook case of picking the Cosby that people wanted to believe was the real Cosby. For Cosby's conservative cheerleaders, that Cosby was the one who was quick to harangue poor blacks for their alleged faults and utter not a peep about the institutional causes for their plight. There was not even a peep from him encouraging government officials and business leaders to provide greater resources and opportunities to aid those blacks whoneed help.

Now that Cosby totters dangerously on the verge of disgrace for alleged sexual assaults, he's again important for two reasons. The first is obvious. You have not one, two, three or even five women but at last count 13 women, some of whom were underage at the time of the alleged offenses, claiming variously that he raped, drugged, assaulted, abused, and then discarded them like dirty dish rags. These allegations alone would almost certainly bring a loud clamor for the alleged offender who didn't have the name, money and icon status as Cosby to be shoved into a court docket and if convicted — a jail cell. The sickening take-away from this is that wealth and fame can trump public outrage over real and alleged bad behavior.

The other thing that makes this ugly saga important is it casts yet another glare on the colossal hypocrisy of conservatives who blithely turn a blind eye to some of the worst-behaving characters as long as they loudly pulverize blacks for their alleged bad behavior. Cosby is hardly the first or last to be cheered and lauded for his biting criticism — as long as the bite is on blacks. Now that the bite is again on him, the question: Is Cosby still the darling of the right?
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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/19/2014, 1:10 am

edge540 wrote:
Here we go again, jack is right and everybody else is wrong.



I knew you'd come around eventually.
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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/19/2014, 12:28 pm

happy jack wrote:
edge540 wrote:
Here we go again, jack is right and everybody else is wrong.



I knew you'd come around eventually.

Good one, that's a humorously intellectual laugh riot.

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PostSubject: Re: Can't Make This Stuff Up   11/1/2015, 11:12 am

http://www.cnsnews.com/blog/mark-judge/jeopardy-contestant-flower-best-describes-liberals-pansy

'Jeopardy' Contestant: Flower That Best Describes Liberals - 'Pansy'


By Mark Judge | October 26, 2015 | 10:00 AM EDT

On Friday's edition of the game show "Jeopardy," contestant Becky Sullivan called liberals pansies.
Sullivan's description came in response to the "final jeopardy" question: "The flower pictured here is called this, also a disparaging term for people on the political left."
The correct answer was bleeding heart. Sullivan's written answer: "What is a pansy?"
Host Alex Trebek told Sullivan the wrong answer cost her all her money, but added, “although I do like pansy.”




Glad I didn’t have money riding on her response.
Technically incorrect, amazingly accurate.
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