– That Jewfro’d blogger kid may be the anti-Semetically drawn TV character since Levy the Evil Jewish Lawyer on “The Wire.” This would be the sort of thing the ADL should go after if, you know, they had any credibility left.
– I was sort of hoping Lea Michele would continue dressing like “Baby One More Time”-era Britney Spears indefinitely, but alas it was not to be. I did like the joke that she dresses like “the bait girl on ‘To Catch a Predator.'”
– If the dentist part had been played by Bob Saget instead of Stamos, it would have been ten times funnier. Maybe they can introduce Saget and Dave Coulier as his practice partners, or something.
This was pretty awesome. I don’t even remember the last time someone hit a walk-off homer to clinch a division. And their first playoff berth in 15 years, no less. I’ll be rooting for them to crush the Braves in round 1.
My latest appearance on the “Sensitive Nice Guy” podcast is online here.
Stewart on the totally original Republican “Pledge”:
Fangraphs calculates Powers’ career stats. Incidentally, twice in the last couple of months I’ve met former major leaguers, and the first thing I’ve done afterward is looked up their Baseball Reference pages on my phone. Don’t you wish you could do that with everyone you met- look up their “career stats” immediately?
First of all, he’s an idiot; second of all- why is this shot like an MTV “rockumentary,” circa 1994?:
Yea, that’ll teach the “Lamestream Media” a lesson! Clearly, it’s convoluted, failed pranks like this that are what’s going to get the Republicans back into power.
Remember those student government types in college who took themselves so seriously that they thought they were actual elected officials? Well, this story is the exact opposite:
For months, Andrew Shirvell, an assistant attorney general for Michigan, has been writing the blog “Chris Armstrong Watch,” devoted to attacking the University of Michigan’s gay student assembly president with homophobic and other horrible slurs. What is wrong with him?
Shirvell, who faced an outraged Anderson Cooper on CNN last night, is a deeply conservative Christian who claims that he has the right to say whatever he wants outside of work. Which may be true, but his campaign against a gay college student might have veered into the category of harassment, and at the very least, is as sad and pathetic as pretty much anything an adult can do under the name of “political activism.”
Yes, it’s a high-ranking government official- in the actual government- who felt his valuable time was best spent attacking a 20-year-old college student. That remind anyone else of the plot of “Karate Kid III,” where it’s a wealthy businessman dedicating himself to destroying a teenage karate champion?