Hey Reporter Rick, I went fishing once with Coach Jonah. A whale swallowed us and then spit us out three days later because he had to speak at the #Bassmaster press conference. True story. 🐳 https://t.co/DLsGbUyxTU — Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) December 29, 2020 Media people are having fun torching some Alabama football sycophantic reporter named Rick Karle. This kiss ass Nick Saban worshipper posted instructions on Facebook for people to address the Bama football leader as COACH Saban, not informally as Nick. Karle's ire was raised after a young female reporter opened with "Hi, Saban." It was likely a nervous burst where she accidentally omitted "Coach" from her greeting but this longtime TV sports reporter Karle felt the need to shame her. Karle's twitter
Damn, Don. pic.twitter.com/7WJXuV8tn4— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) May 4, 2020 Here's another #FeelTheBern from Don Lemon on CNN. It follows comments by President Donald Trump blaming his predecessor President Barack Obama for feckless leadership during a smaller pandemic 12 years ago. Lemon, who is black and gay, throws every fireball he can at the sitting president. 🔥 Donald Trump usually reacts to Lemon's media slams. This one is from January following Don Lemon's CNN guests mocking Trump fans as "credulous boomer rubes" with thick southern accents who can't read maps or string together complete sentences. Don Lemon, the dumbest man on television (with terrible ratings!). https://t.co/iQXCc7lvCt— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 28, 2020 Meanwhile, Trump's campaign released a new ad today highlighting the
If you ever want to know why people in Kentucky don’t trust National Democrats and vote against them, quotes like this are proof positive I too am sick and tired of trying to defend self-righteous, elitist national Democrats https://t.co/cYDh7F0eja — Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) April 27, 2020 Joe Biden has zero chance of winning in Kentucky. Zero. The Matt Jones statement above is exactly why national Democrats have no influence in Kentucky. Arrogance, condescension, and class warfare are not paths to unity.
"OK, fellas! Smile for the album cover photo shoot! Your fans love you! Give 'em a smile!" "Well, OK. Just look up. We'll make it work." Our favorite singers and musicians sneered or looked bothered to appear on their own album covers. A look of complete detachment validated their street cred. We idiot kids shelled out our grass cutting money to buy their albums, dreaming of being half as cool as these hedonists we idolized. A funny thing happened on the way to the old folks home (or cemetery). Twitter & Instagram put us in instant contact with people who suddenly became quite human. More of today's artists walk the walk and participate in societal change. Some
Millennials won't laugh as they watch this video on the $800 device their dad bought for them. #FeelTheBern
Americans Try Southern Food For The First Time https://t.co/uAGPrfunX7— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) February 18, 2015 These foulmouthed millennials talk about us as though we're not standing right here. BONUS DRINKING GAME: Chug a 40 ounce every time one of these twits begins a sentence with the conjunction "so."
So many people are caught up in examining "white privilege," an entitlement for anyone with white skin in America. It's not a fresh topic. VIDEO: Eddie Murphy "White Like Me" White people are funny enough with Turtle Man, Honey Boo Boo, and awl doze nore-durn deer huntin' beer swillin' Ted Nugent wannabes. Life's only certainty is that no one person can fully understand the physical, mental, or emotional burdens faced by any other human being. All we know for sure is our own circumstance in the midst of life's various encumbrances. Clearly there are advantages for caucasians in terms of moving through society without unwarranted suspicion. Unless the caucasian(s) is wearing clothing indicating poverty, escape from incarceration, or gang-related affiliation, a white