The neocons are about 1% of the Republican party. Yet they act like the party is with them. The reality is: The neocons used to be Democrats which emerged from the Scoop Jackson branch of the Democratic Party. That’s why all their social policies are liberal and why they keep running RINOs with 99% of the same positions as Democrats. They’re open-borders globalists, just like their fellow Democrats. Maybe after this cycle, they’ll slink back to the Democratic party. It’s obvious they’re rooting for Hillary, who is a fellow neocon, to win. If she does, they can still retain power.

So we’re watching them try to sabotage their Republican front runner to try and scam the election for a Democrat. Truly breathtaking!

In the 1980s, Reagan called them “the Crazies” because they kept agitating for the US to nuke Russia. So it’s infuriating, watching them act like their the flame-keepers for Reagan’s memory [when Reagan despised them]. Reagan has nothing to do with them; Benedict Arnold represents their values far more closely.

HEEHEEHEE – How I Met Your Mother

I will never get that HAUEHUAEHUAE guy out of my head.

I remember it from the cookie cutter live-action Nickelodeon shows and a few other sitcoms. This piercing guffaw that goes “AHUHUHUH” and somehow manages to always stand head and shoulders above the rest of the canned laughter. It’s the laughter equivalent of the Wilhelm scream, and I’ve heard it in multiple episodes of multiple shows.


Have you ever heard the expression, “You can’t judge a book by its cover?” … “Why do you think people say that?”

And his rebuttal was essentially, “I didn’t judge it by the cover. I judged it by the title.”

How stupid is that?? No, idiot, you shouldn’t judge books by the title either. Below is a list of book titles and what they are not about.

  • To Kill a Mockingbird – Not a hunting book
  • The Catcher in the Rye – Not a story about baseball in the Midwest
  • Lord of the Flies – A day in the life of a royal housefly
  • The Grapes of Wrath – When fruit bites back
  • Their Eyes Were Watching God – The inner workings of religious retreats
  • All the King’s Men – An encyclopedia of men that worked for the King
  • The Deer Hunter – Nothing to do with hunting deer
  • 1984 – An almanac of the year 1984

Public-access TV host bombarded with prank calls

You have to love that this guy can keep a straight face while being steadily prank called over and over for at least five minutes. He keeps up a one sided conversation all the while. Hilarious.

“Hello?” “Hello.”
“Good evening…. Hello???”
“Hello. How you doing?”
“Good evening.”