These guys grow up, go into entertainment, and then react to the presence of an audience as if it’s a form of armed robbery. But female comedy fans exist. We go to shows. In the age of social media, our microphones can be as big as any comic’s, or bigger.
I have a funny feeling this will be one roller coaster ride where no seat belts are required.
“And statistics are, you know, that – that poor people haven’t tried eating cake yet. At weddings, they serve cake. So marriage, it can, it can provide that cake to them.”
If I were living in an oppressive matriarchy — a world dominated by a feminist “herd mentality,” a world where women were reduced to drab, numb “anodyne drones” — wouldn’t I know it?
This network television season, it appears that the big players are in a race to the bottom to see how low you can go in an exploitation of current economic and political conditions.
Looking back over the series–from Hermione Granger and the Philosopher’s Stone through to Hermione Granger and the Deathly Hallows–the startling thing about it is how original it is.
After so many years of hearing Palin speak about “Real America,” it’s undeniably exciting to see her actually try to define the damn thing.
“In a flash, she stabbed him. Then she ran after the ambulance. Compared to that, you’re doing great!”
Neutrophils just don’t give a damn; they’re a surging crowd of soldier-hooligans.
In a refreshing display of lazy racism, the mentor was both a karate teacher and the owner of a generic Chinese restaurant.