Good morning, everybody!
Thanks again to the good people at First Draft for putting up with me, and to you readers for not making me swing the phone over my head and scream like a chicken.
Let’s get our drastic plastic fantastic anti-stupidity protection on and hit the oozy Free Republic repository ofninnyhammerus unbelievabulous , shall we?
First up – “One of the hottest things on stage” = “Loser”?
Jumping in Pools ^
| Matthew Avitabile
Posted onMonday, February 09, 2009 1:52:12 PM byorfannkyl
After blowing his career on Saturday Night Live, former star Will
Farrell has decided to attempt to recreate his career by doing an act
that made him famous– like ten years ago. The actor, who has been in
about 45 movies since 2002, but has achieved but one hit (Elf), is
hitting Broadway to play President George W. Bush.This play, called
“You’re Welcome America: A Final Night with George W. Bush,” is one of
the hottest things on stage, as effete chardonay drinkers pretend to
get something in common with the average serf.
And looking for the laughs that he hasn’t been getting since leaving Saturday Night Live, he really pulls no punches
The funny thing is, that even though Dubya often comes up for thrashing on Free Republic(mostly about how he fooled them by pretending to be a conservative, although admitting that you were fooled by someone with the personality and I.Q. of an eggplant would seem to be too embarrassing to admit), they won’t stand for any more of this consarned BDS, by cracky!:
posted onMonday, February 09, 2009 1:54:25 PM
(“No pale pastels,but bold colors”…Ronnie,we sure do miss you,sir!)
posted onMonday, February 09, 2009 1:55:32 PM
(This propaganda has been edited to include some fully orbed hyperbole…)
No plans to do so in the future.
posted onMonday, February 09, 2009 1:56:13 PM
(There are no ‘great moments’ in Moderate Political History. Only losses.)
You see, Ferrell is just doing this to make money, which means he’s a capitalist, which is good.
He’s also excersizing his right to free speech, which is not like the Russkies, which is also good.
However, he is under the impression that Hollywood Communists limit salaries for entertainers, which is bad.
And he’s a maggot, which seems to tie it all in together somehow.
The problem I have is that the same free market that allows freedom
of expression, despite how awful and wrong it may be, is the exact
opposite of the Left and their goals of Communism.
Trust me, when actors are under a Marxist pay scale, their dreams of Trotsky will vanish.
He is a maggot anyway, F him.
Well, there you have it.
Bad, but good for all the wrong reasons.
I’m going to sit down for a minute, because that last stream of illogic sprained my brain.
I’ll be with you right after the …