Sign spotted near a dining area close to the site of the Olympic Games:
Is the chef expecting a visit from President Obama?
I kid! I kid!
This concludes “Cheap, Out-dated Joke Thursday.”
In a word: DUH!
In Obama-land, a disincentive to work is a feature, not a design flaw. Everything this administration does creates a disincentive to work. Dependent people are so much easier to control.
During a discussion about Dylan Farrow’s account of what she says Woody Allen did to her when she was seven years old, Barbara Walters gave such an impassioned defense of Allen that he might want to think about hiring her as his lawyer:
This is from a 1976 People Magazine interview with Woody Allen:
He goes on: “I’m open-minded about sex. I’m not above reproach; if anything, I’m below reproach. I mean, if I was caught in a love nest with 15 12-year-old girls tomorrow, people would think, yeah, I always knew that about him.” Allen pauses. “Nothing I could come up with would surprise anyone,” he ventures helplessly. “I admit to it all.”
That is of course proof of nothing but does provide an insight into a twisted mind. Evidence? No. A clue? Most likely.
Hollywood still loves Woody Allen, so maybe Barbara Walters was afraid to be too critical and blow future interview opportunities. You have to wonder how sick the accusations against Allen would have to be for them to stop lauding him in this manner:
I have that same suit Diane Keaton was wearing except in brown.
Obama in 2008:
Fast forward to 2014. During yesterday’s interview with Bill O’Reilly, Obama backed away from that statement:
O’Reilly read Obama a question from a viewer who asked, “Mr. President, why do you feel it is necessary to fundamentally transform the nation that has afforded you so much opportunity and success?”
“I don’t think we need to fundamentally transform the nation,” said Obama.
“But those are your words,” explained O’Reilly.
“I think what we have to do is make sure that here in America, if you work hard, you can get ahead,” said Obama.
Shorter version: “If you like your fundamental transformation of America, you can keep your fundamental transformation of America.”
And I do think he’s followed through on that promise to fundamentally transformed America — for the much much worse.
The mainstream media can be so embarrassing — even dangerous sometimes.
A basic gun safety rule is “always handle the gun as if it’s loaded.” So with that in mind, ABC News decided to let kids find guns they said were unloaded and even look down the barrel:
SAWYER: We took a group of kids and we did just that, we gave them an intense warning. And then we took another group of kids and sent them all into a playroom with lots of toys, and something else, three real, unloaded and disabled guns. While their parents watched, here’s what our hidden cameras recorded.
Hey, if ABC News really wanted to make their point, why didn’t they just leave the guns loaded and then blame the NRA when they went off?
Moral of the story: Do not let ABC News anywhere near your kids.