MEET THE MEINERS ❤️❤️ My incredible sons @maxwellmeiners and @simonmeiners on life in a gigantic family. 📻 @840WHAS audio 🎧 https://t.co/QQuSobETgK #flattenthecurve #alonetogether pic.twitter.com/63fJSOcS3Z— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) April 21, 2020 My sons are clever, creative, and passionate about societal issues. I love when they visit me on the radio or TV. They came by for an extended interview this week. The tweet above links just the Meet the Meiners family segment. The complete interview segment is here.
Bernie Sanders is huge with the young-ens. Their 78-year-old Democrat Socialist hero will pay all their bills for them so they can focus on Netflix & chill while suckers go to work. Free stuff! Everyone can have everything for FREE because, you know, rich people! Hey Jane, you need to pay for her brunch after the show. OK, boomer? 🤣— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) February 16, 2020 Here's Bernie Sanders getting punked by some Russian entertainers who prank call celebrities around the world. Bernie thinks he is talking with teenage climate hero Greta Thunberg who pitches a ridiculous rap video for his campaign, then informs Bernie that he is a sleeper agent who needs to awaken and take over the U.S.
Millennials. Like their posts. That's all they need. BUT WAIT! There's more!
Humorlessness took a giant step forward this week. Acerbic comedian and actor Don Rickles passed at age 90. Today's sanctimonious, better-than-you snowflakes are dancing a jig on his grave. Well...only the descendants of those for whom jig dancing is a native tradition. Otherwise that would be racially-tinged cultural appropriation. Today's sensitive snowflakes are quick to point out on social media that anyone who makes jokes is a bully. Any voiced or written subject that does not pertain to one's own personal lineage, gender, transitioning gender, age, race, or family of origin is unacceptable. As soon as any other human person finds it offensive then the creator must publicly apologize. (see: Michael Keaton incorrectly references "Hidden
Millennial: "I don't judge people." Me: "You lock your door, don't you?" Millennial: "Yes." Me: "Then you're judging people, dipstick." Of course locking your door doesn't make you judgmental. It's a joke about sound judgment related to known threats in society, the same judgment needed to select your kid's school and the neighborhood you call home. Is comedy dead in a perpetually aggrieved society? Nope. It's just limited to self-deprecation or vilification of oppressive white dudes. The very black Chris Rock isn't allowed to excoriate faulty African Americans any longer. This brilliant comedy piece is 20 years old. Another masterful bit from Rock is entitled How to Not Get Your Ass Kicked By The Police. Today's #BlackLivesMatter hypersensitivity keeps Rock from doing this type of
Old school above; new school below Let's not forget that the Wilson sisters are still cranking out rock & roll. New album next month.
Millennials won't laugh as they watch this video on the $800 device their dad bought for them. #FeelTheBern