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Saturday, November 30, 2019

Jimmy Dore: Republican City Opens Gov. Run Grocery Store



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

Jimmy Dore: Impeachment Bombshells Explode In Democrats Face



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

NBA 2K: Indiana Pacers vs Golden State Warriors





I have been working on a paper for the Education Market. The paper talks 
about using video games as a teaching tool for children with learning disabilities. 
The age demographic would be 8 to 18. Games could be up to the teacher or 
student to select. Games might include soccer, football, basketball, etc.


Students could learn about various historical or fictional characters and create 
them as players for their team. It would allow the student to study history, 
philosophy, religion, sports, popular culture, etc. and then create the characters 
to be a part of their team. The students would even be able to play alongside their
created characters.


On some of the teams historical figures like Martin Luther King, and Abraham 
Lincoln  will play on the same team with authors like Ernest Hemingway and 
William Shakespeare, or Elvis Presley and Tupac Shakur.


The process is meant to be a simple and fun way for kids to learn subjects 
such as world history, literature, poetry, art, music, science and vocabulary. 
Maybe PS4/XBOX machines might be donated or discounted to schools for 
these classes. More on the paper as it is fleshed out. Enjoy the simulations.


Also for sentimental reasons, some fallen friends and family are on this team.


Semper Fi. May you rest in peace.

Golden State Warriors

Harry Potter, Harry Potter, played by Daniel Radcliffe
Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter, played by Richard Harris
Rubeus Hagrid, Harry Potter, played by Robbie Coltrane
Ron Weasley, Harry Potter, played by Rupert Grint
Martin Luther King, civil rights leader
LeBron James 
Michael Jordan
Stephen Curry
Klay Thompson
Chris Mullin
Wilt Chamberlain
Kevin Durant
Rick Barry

MLB The Show: Boston Red Sox vs Los Angeles Angels



I have been working on a paper for the Education Market. The paper talks 
about using video games as a teaching tool for children with learning disabilities. 
The age demographic would be 8 to 18. Games could be up to the teacher or 
student to select. Games might include soccer, football, basketball, etc.

Students could learn about various historical or fictional characters and create 
them as players for their team. It would allow the student to study history, 
philosophy, religion, sports, popular culture, etc. and then create the characters 
to be a part of their team. The students would even be able to play alongside their
created characters.

On some of the teams historical figures like Martin Luther King, and Abraham 
Lincoln  will play on the same team with authors like Ernest Hemingway and 
William Shakespeare, or Elvis Presley and Tupac Shakur.

The process is meant to be a simple and fun way for kids to learn subjects 
such as world history, literature, poetry, art, music, science and vocabulary. 
Maybe PS4/XBOX machines might be donated or discounted to schools for 
these classes. More on the paper as it is fleshed out. Enjoy the simulations.

Also for sentimental reasons, some fallen friends and family are on this team.
Semper Fi. May you rest in peace.

who just saw a roach smoking a cigarette (Now she’s just lying for free)


With Thanksgiving around the corner, Trump will be pardoning two turkeys, an annual tradition. The next turkey to get pardoned will probably be Rudy Giuliani. --Jimmy Kimmel

Former press secretary Sarah Sanders has been interviewed about her potential move back into politics and has said that, despite copious reports to the contrary, Trump reads a lot. In fact, she claims he reads more than anyone she knows. She must know some really dumb people. Now she’s just lying for free. --Jimmy Kimmel

Trump called Fox & Friends and spoke for 53 minutes. Trump has the anger and free time of a sports radio caller. The Fox hosts looked like three out-of-town tourists sitting on the subway who just saw a roach smoking a cigarette. --Seth Meyers

“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”


He’s not afraid to say the wrong thing (Well, he has my vote)


“You shouldn’t feel bad about not seeing it, because last night’s Democratic debate was the least-watched Democratic debate yet. Yes, yeah, true story. The ratio was one viewer for every one candidate.” --Conan O’Brien
“Andrew Yang supporters are angry that their candidate didn’t get to talk very much last night. Yeah. And Joe Biden’s supporters are angry that theirs did.” --Conan O’Brien
“Wow, in a two-hour debate, Andrew Yang only got to speak for six minutes and 53 seconds. That’s nothing. Like, there are rappers who speak more before their song even starts.” --Trevor Noah
“Meanwhile, Joe Biden had some pretty big blunders on issues of race and domestic violence — I don’t know if you saw this. Or as Biden’s campaign is calling it, ‘a pretty average night.’” --Jimmy Fallon
“Yeah, Biden also caught heat for saying that he ‘came out of the black community.’ When she heard that, Rachel Dolezal was like, ‘Well, he has my vote.’” --Jimmy Fallon
“Well, that’s the thing about Joe Biden: He’s not afraid to say the wrong thing.” --Jimmy Kimmel

“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”


Hello, is anyone out there? Are you receiving this message? (he’s gonna be in prison by Tuesday)


Well, you know what, the thing is, the human voice really reverberates from inside a tanning bed.” --Jimmy Kimmel

“Trump is a man who holds press conferences in front of a running helicopter, so I think you can hear him over a phone receiver. And if his best defense against impeachment is ‘I’m not loud,’ he’s gonna be in prison by Tuesday.” --Jimmy Kimmel
“Maybe because you’ve been watching phone calls. Try listening to them. [Imitating Trump] ‘No matter how wide I open my eyes, I couldn’t hear a thing. I might need glasses.’” --Stephen Colbert
“That’s just how old people talk into phones. They think every phone is like a ham radio during World War II: ‘Hello, is anyone out there? Are you receiving this message?’” --Seth Meyers

“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

Trump doesn’t have to go back for phase two of his annual physical (used by Russians and full of alcohol)


The former top Russia expert on the National Security Council, Fiona Hill, testified in Thursday’s impeachment hearing, confirming not only Rudy Giuliani’s involvement with the Ukraine investigation into Joe Biden, but also that her former boss, John Bolton, once referred to Giuliani as a “hand grenade that was going to blow everyone up.” “I don’t know about ‘hand grenade.’ Rudy seems more like a molotov cocktail — used by Russians and full of alcohol.” --Stephen Colbert

“Fiona said that her boss, John Bolton, thought Rudy Giuliani’s actions would come back to haunt us. I’m sorry, but does Rudy Giuliani really look like someone that would haunt you?” --Jimmy Fallon
“She was so thorough, Trump doesn’t have to go back for phase two of his annual physical. The prostate has been checked.” --Jimmy Kimmel

“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”


the worst audition for a school play I’ve ever seen (you should clear your schedule)


On Gordon Sondland’s testimony. “It’s relaxing to watch someone who knows they’re a piece of shit.” --Samantha Bee
Bee played footage of Sondland being incensed that the day was going on longer than expected. “Unless you have afternoon plans to testify at a different impeachment hearing, you should clear your schedule.” --Samantha Bee
“Gordon Sondland is such a delightful dirtbag idiot that it’s easy to lose sight of what he actually did today. He is a firsthand witness to this conspiracy and he confirmed that the president, the vice-president, the chief of staff and the secretary of state all knew about it.” --Samantha Bee
“Gordon Sondland said Trump was in a bad mood during the Ukraine phone call. Trump’s never in a good mood! He’s either screaming at reporters on the White House lawn or glaring directly into the camera like a burglar caught on a doorbell camera.” --Seth Meyers
“Sondland also called Trump’s lawn rant the worst audition for a school play I’ve ever seen.” --Seth Meyers
“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”



he talks and smells like the inside of a belly button (Mother will not be pleased)


“Gordon Sondland was talking about Rudy Giuliani like that weird kid your mum made you play with. He also said that he’d love to be a fly on his wall during the hearing. If there is a fly on Rudy’s wall, I imagine he’d eat it.” --Trevor Noah
“Trump is the only president to bring down the property value around the White House.” --Trevor Noah
On Gordon Sondland’s testimony. “Historically speaking, there is no defence more heroic than we were just following orders.” --Stephen Colbert
“Sondland also fingered Mike Pence as he told of a meeting where Pence nodded in agreement to a nefarious agreement. Now keep in mind, nodding is the biggest movement Mike Pence can make. If he moves his body any more than that, the devil will accuse him of dancing and Mother will not be pleased.” --Stephen Colbert
“Sondland also spoke of not wanting to work with Rudy Giuliani. Get in line. No one wants to work with Rudy Giuliani, he spits when he talks and smells like the inside of a belly button.” --Stephen Colbert
“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”


but it is a great reminder that you’re a total douche (two of his least favorite things)


“Lt. Colonel Vindman began his time with a message to his father, who fled the Soviet Union 40 years ago, that he shouldn’t worry about his son speaking the truth in America. The statement was beautiful, but you know it’s really going to enrage Trump because it features two of his least favorite things: immigrants and fathers who love their sons.” --Stephen Colbert

“Throughout the testimony, Vindman expressed faith in American government to protect truth-tellers. Yeah, in America, ‘right’, matters. You know, unless you’re one of the congressmen on the right, then not so much these days.” --Stephen Colbert

“There were several Republican efforts to undercut Vindman, such as the Utah congressman Chris Stewart’s attempt to throw shade at his military uniform. ‘I see you’re wearing your dress uniform, knowing that’s not the uniform of the day,’ Stewart said. ‘You normally wear a suit to the White House. I think it’s a great reminder of your military service.’ Congressman, I see you’re wearing your little bitch face.. It’s not the face the of the day, but it is a great reminder that you’re a total douche.” --Stephen Colbert

“Then there was the Ohio congressman Jim Jordan, who tried to say Vindman’s superiors doubted his judgment; Vindman refuted the characterization by reading, verbatim, a sterling performance review from July. The review basically said ‘He uses excellent judgment, he plans ahead, he brings documents that rebut Jim Jordan’s weak-ass smack talk even before it leaves his dirty little mouth.’” --Stephen Colbert

“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

If these impeachment proceedings have taught me anything (You can’t handle the truth!)


“If these impeachment proceedings have taught me anything, it’s that there’s no sentence more depressing than: ‘The chair now recognizes Devin Nunes for 45 minutes.’” --Jimmy Kimmel
“Devin Nunes, a Trump stalwart from California, did not use his speaking time in the hearings to gather facts, because those don’t look too good for Team Trump. Instead, he lashed out at the media, which he called puppets of the Democratic party. Someone who has the president’s knuckles so far up his butt they’re poking his tonsils – is that person allowed to call other people puppets? We may have to ask Elmo to weigh in on that.” --Jimmy Kimmel
“Lt. Colonel Vindman has a purple heart for military service, and they still tried to pick him apart. The woman whose reputation they tried to stain works for Mike Pence! They’re actually trying to make us believe that a woman who voluntarily works for Mike Pence is on the other side!” --Jimmy Kimmel

“We’re so used to these movies and TV shows where the criminal breaks down on the stand and confesses – it’s like we’re waiting for that to happen before we make a decision. But in real life – which, believe it or not, this is – that’s not how this goes. No one shouts ‘You can’t handle the truth!’” --Jimmy Kimmel

“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”





I don’t want him to leave the White House feet first (bankrupt tall buildings in a single bound)


“Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham later explained that Trump decided to get parts of his physical done early because he had a ‘free weekend in Washington.’ O.K., that’s the saddest thing I’ve ever heard. [Imitating Trump] ‘Hmm, let’s see, I’ve got the day off. I could spend it with my children — not really my thing. Uh, with my wife? No, she hates me. Uh, my friends? All in jail. Uh, tell you what: I’ll just go to the hospital and have them stick me with needles, just to feel something.’” --Stephen Colbert
“But Trump said he’s feeling great. Today he was like, ‘I’m the picture of health. I do 10 steps a day, I drink eight glasses of Diet Coke, and I try to get a good seven to eight hours of tweeting.’” --Jimmy Fallon
“He’s faster than a tweeting bullet. He’s able to bankrupt tall buildings in a single bound.” --Jimmy Kimmel
“I am sincerely relieved to say that it looks like there’s nothing wrong with the president’s health. I might not be Trump’s biggest fan, but I don’t want him to leave the White House feet first. I want handcuffs first.” --Stephen Colbert

“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”


this is just what the Democrats need (Vote for Peace)


“Former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick announced today that he is joining the Democratic presidential race and sure, why not? I mean, at this point the Democratic primary is an option under Uber Pool.” --Seth Meyers
“Deval Patrick was the governor of Massachusetts, and then spent years working for a company called Bain Capital. Which, this is just what the Democrats need, someone with the exact same résumé as Mitt Romney. Perfectly done.” --Jimmy Kimmel

“And can I just say, Democrats, what the [expletive] are you doing? You don’t have to keep replenishing the stock when the candidates drop out. This is an election, not sustainable fishing.” --Trevor Noah
“Are you allowed to join this late? This is like if during Game 3 of the World Series, the Mets showed up asking to play.” --Jimmy Kimmel

“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

James Blunt - You're Beautiful [Live From Ibiza]



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

Monty Python Conquers America



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

Monty Python - Constitutional Peasants



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

Mother - John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

God - John Lennon (Remastered 2007)



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

The Cranberries - Dreams



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

Jimmy Dore: MSNBC Host Blames RUSSIA For Jeffery Epstein Death



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

Kings Of Leon - Sex On Fire (Live on Letterman)



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

Dido - White Flag (Live at Brixton Academy)



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”

The Corrs & Ron Wood - Ruby Tuesday (Live in Dublin 2002)



“A magisterial collection. An emotional roller coaster. Soon to be a cult classic. 
A combination of Bukowski’s Last Night On Earth and Orwell’s 1984.”