Sunday, October 23, 2016


Ah yes, my nephew... he went as he lived: dicking around with a comically oversized spider. #paddymac #halloween

Yeah, But Look at Those Guns!!!


Strong. #inspectelement

You do have to pay extra though.


"When they go low, we passive-aggressively make sure everybody realizes how low they've gone, then we talk about going high even though if we're being honest we have no idea what that is, but we're happy to stop at whatever the pollsters find acceptable."

JANUARY 20, 2025

Dear Dummy,

I can’t believe I’m having to leave this place after only 8 years, I was the best at presidenting, I really was the best. People are giving me credit, some great people, are giving me credit for being a great president. I don’t know how a loser like you could possibly follow in my footsteps, but what do I care. There’s not a lot of “10”s around here anyway so I’m not even sad about leaving. I left some KFC in the fridge for you, which I’m hearing, I’m hearing things, is a great thing for me to have done.

If you need to reach out to me for advice on how to keep making America great again I’ll be at Putin’s summer cottage just outside of Rutgers even though, as we’re all clear about, I’ve never met him. Meanwhile, feel free to have some fun (wink wink) in the Lincoln bedroom (just ask Ivanka!)
I’m most proud of The Wall I built, even if in the end it only covered 8 feet outside of a Taco Bell in Denver. There will never be a president like me again but for some reason I guess we’re still going to have them anyway, so good luck to you and this country I made great again.

And you’re welcome for getting rid of all the non-whites, btw.

I remain,
(Catch Celebrity Apprentice on NBC every Tuesday at 10pm!)


Tiffani Amber Thiessen reveals that when she joined the cast of Beverly Hills 90210 all the guy actors were very friendly to her.

I'm No Expert, But...

...I'm pretty sure that someone will be sworn in as president of the United States on January 20, 2017 with or without Trump's approval or acceptance.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Thank You!

Chuck Berry is even greater than you think:
He is, like many of us, his own best advocate and his own worst enemy, but the particular problem for Chuck is that, for all of the accolades that have come his way (listen to Elvis, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis celebrate his genius on the Million Dollar Quartet session, just for a start), to this day he has not been unambiguously embraced in the full artistic terms he deserves. There are undoubtedly a multiplicity of reasons for this (race would certainly have to be factored in), but the principal reason that Chuck has not been lifted up on a wave of critical and biographical hosannas is Chuck himself. His unwillingness to ingratiate himself. His unreadable apartness. The deep-seated sense of anger and suspicion that can unexpectedly flare up and turn into overt hostility, with or without provocation (check out the 60th birthday, star-studded performance documentary, Hail! Hail! Rock N' Roll, which is both brilliant for its uplifting artistry and maddening for its self-inflicted failures). Most of all, I would guess, it comes down to his determined, uncompromisingly defiant refusal to conform to anyone else's expectations but his own.

Happy 90th Birfday!

To the real King of Rock 'n Roll, Chuck Berry! Whose legacy is of course nothing if not complicated:
Berry, of course, has drawn his share of praise since he emerged in the mid-’50s. He’s topped polls, been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” was the only rock song on the Voyager Golden Record sent into space in 1977. “If you were going to give rock ‘n’ roll another name,” John Lennon said, “you might call it ‘Chuck Berry.’”

Berry has symbolized the past — in “Pulp Fiction,” John Travolta and Uma Thurman dance in a retro joint to “You Never Can Tell” — as well as the future: Essayist Chuck Klosterman recently wrote in his book “But What If We’re Wrong?” that Berry is the one rock figure who could be used to symbolize the whole field to people in distant centuries. 

But despite this and his outliving many of rock’s other pioneers, Berry has been less visible in recent decades. (Klosterman, who is decidely contrarian, may have selected him over the more obvious Beatles, Dylan or Presley for just that reason.) His falling capital may have come partly because he has not treated his legacy terribly well, touring on his old hits during the ’70s and ’80s without a band, so that local backup groups — of extremely varying quality — delivered his music. (Bruce Springsteen, who was part of one of those backing bands in the early ’70s, recalled Berry as not telling his band what he planned to play, responding to a request for a set list with, “Well, we’re going to do some Chuck Berry songs.”)

Hillary's Emails...

...are getting getting creepier & creeper. :/

WTF du Jour

THIS almost makes me embarrassed to pretend to have gone to Harvard. 

Sure, Why Not.

Because yes, unlike a white male coming to power out of Wisconsin, there's certainly nothing exceptional at all about the spirit & initiative it takes to become the first female American president.

Making America Great

FINALLY, we could have a president incapable of fighting off the Jedi mind tricks of Hollywood tv reporters.

Thoughts. I Have Them.

This Texas Chainsaw Massacre villain who grew up in a slaughterhouse shack with freaks has, I must say, a curiously wonderful set of teeth.