What were Robert De Niro, Rob Reiner, and Brett Kavanaugh doing in 1982? Leaving John Belushi to die of a drug overdose in a Hollywood bungalow. Bada bing bada boom!
“If the U.S. had given us half of the $22 trillion spent since the ‘war on poverty’ began in the 1960s, the U.N. could have eliminated almost 20 million poor people,” said U.N. expert Philip Alston.
Because do you know of anyone alive today who’s capable of building – as Brooks calls it – “moral systems that create harmony within people, harmony between people and harmony between people and their ultimate purpose”?
ABC’s Channing Dungey, who fired Roseanne, said, “I used to buy Starbucks (Nasdaq: SBUX) once a day, but since the incident in Philadelphia I stop there twice a day. That’s how important racial equality is to me.”
“All I do is think of Donald Trump, Uber, guns, and the NRA, and all I want to do is punch them all in the face,” he said. “You got a problem with that?”
“As the de facto Supreme Leader of the New York Resistance, I know President Rouhani will continue the very important work I’ve started,” said Schneiderman.
“Compared to the patriarchy, what’s a little cancerous lip tattoo of the founder of the Indochina Communist Party?” said Fonda.