SLICK RICK’S BOOK OF LIES as read by The Beasman CHAPTER ONE I, SLICK RICK BUTEENER, DO SOLEMN-TY SWEAR THAT EVERTHANG I WROTE DOWN HERE IS A HUNDERD TEN PERCENT TRUE. BACK IN OCTOBER TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN, I WAS IN MY OFFICE PRAYIN’ THE ROSARY, MAKIN DONATIONS TO CHARITIES, AND SEWING AMERICAN FLAGS FOR DISABLED VETRENS WHEN THE PHONE RINGS. I PICK IT UP AND MY BALD FAN BOY LARRY MINNER IS A-SCREAMIN SOMETHIN ABOUT THERE’S THIS FLOOZY NAME OF KATRINER POWELL AND SHE’S A-GOIN ON MATT JONES LECTRIC RADIO SHOW TAWKIN BOUT STRIPPERS SEXIN’ UP THE U OF SMELL BASKETBAW PLAYERS IN THE DARM. AND I SAYS “LARRY, SHE’S LYIN. AIN’T NOBODY HAS SEX IN THEM
Former University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino has promised to go after the three people he says got him fired. In his forthcoming book, Pitino has promised to tell "the real story" of his removal and the dismissal of athletics director Tom Jurich. Pitino blames the school's "board of traitors" (trustees), especially chairman David Grissom, trustee "Papa John" Schnatter, and interim school president Dr. Greg Postel. The former coach also says his book "will not be kind" to Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin. Pitino and I will discuss his book on WHAS radio in a few weeks. Follow me on Twitter @terrymeiners for show updates.
They're throwing shade at Mitch McConnell from all over the political map. Trump needs to fire Mitch's wife. https://t.co/2rl6cIeCCb— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) July 30, 2018 Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell dropped by my radio studio on Friday to talk about a myriad of subjects. We talked about Wednesday's meeting between the President, Sen. McConnell, and House Speaker Paul Ryan, where it was understood that compromises were made to expedite the passage of spending bills, including the notion of delaying funding for Trump's border wall. I asked Senator McConnell if there was a looming government shutdown ahead of the November midterm elections. "That's not going to happen," he snapped back. Not long thereafter, President Donald Trump weighed in with a differing view
Paul McCartney: The Life (2016) A music icon's incredible story.
Red Foxx loved to chastise people who exercise. “Someday you’ll be laying up in the hospital dying of nothing.” ? Sometimes old people can still deliver like they did 40 years earlier. Here's the new song from Rod Stewart.
The Courier-Journal's Phillip Bailey recently asked about people who protest when public officials are trying to have a meal, go to church, or shop. Shockingly, I had an opinion on the matter. Does every foulmouthed crybaby feel the need to holler at politicians in restaurants or Target stores? Of course, someone else is always rolling video so the paunchy malcontent can GO VIRAL! Go home, you cross-eyed whiners. Consider that other people have to absorb your inane, poorly structured chants while they're trying to enjoy their meal. Even turtle man Mitch has the right to eat in peace. Democrat congressman John Yarmuth was recently harassed by the #OccupyIce group at a public event. A radio talk show host once suggested
The founder of Papa John’s pizza company admitted using the N-word during a recent media training exercise. The slur was reported on Forbes.com and “Papa John” Schnatter was quickly removed as chairman of the Louisville-based company. The University of Louisville then removed Schnatter from its board of trustees, scrubbed his name from the business school, and Papa John’s pizza no longer retains naming rights to the Louisville football stadium. Papa John’s immediately bleached Schnatter’s image from all of its marketing materials. Ousted Papa John’s founder’s defense. John Schnatter: ‘Pushed’ to use racial slur: https://t.co/pjtKebVhh5 @ztkiesch reports. pic.twitter.com/8aUbErC1p8— Good Morning America (@GMA) July 15, 2018 The University of Kentucky then announced it would remove the Schnatter name from its
Here are some people arguing about laws, religion, and the boiling pot of political discourse. You need not holler at your screen, spray paint gang signs on a highway wall, or throw a park bench through a store window to respond. Just sit back and enjoy.
With the recent passing of Jackson Five family patriarch Joe Jackson, a 1987 interview with Michael Jackson has resurfaced. In it, Michael attempts to answer questions about his odd personal life but is interrupted by his overbearing manager Frank DiLeo. Nonetheless, the weirdness of then 29-year-old Michael's disguises, his fascination with children, and other oddities were revealed. Enjoy the quirk. Not long after Michael Jackson's 2009 death, Joe Jackson famously noted that the superstar's son Blanket "can really dance!" - a signal that Joe was ready to start pimping his grandkids. If anything, Ol' Joe was consistent.