Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Dave Chappelle (NOT) Booed Offstage At Charity Event, Bob Beckel and Obama are on the Down Low...proof, What We Don't Know about History Can Hurt Us, Job Destruction Makes Us Richer, Allen Wests Challenges GOP

Headline: Dave Chappelle Booed Offstage At Charity Event
Money can make a person, really really odd. Such is the case of Dave Chappelle, who is rumored to be mounting a comeback – but still bringing the same crazy that you know and love.

Chappelle’s Show was an unparalleled success for Comedy Central, becoming the top selling DVD series of all time and netting Dave a salary in the excess of 30 million dollars – essentially being paid more than top athletes to make a show with his favorite rap stars, comics, with a huge degree of creative control. So sometimes it makes you wonder whether or not Comedy Central’s execs were the cause of the problems or Chappelle’s internal monologues.

Whatever the case may be, Chappelle was booked for an Alonzo Mourning charity gig, and upset at an audience member who was recording him – proceeded to go 46 minutes talking without telling a single joke. 46 minutes. Do you know how hard it is for someone who’s a comic to go 46 minutes without cracking a single silly? It has to be a willful act of malevolence. He had to be angry at an audience for a CHARITY event.

Chappelle was booed off the stage. Something I’m sure he’ll cry into his millions about.

Ok folks this is why you have me here. First of all if you watch the clip just in the few minutes it lasted it irritated the shit out of me. Imagine Dave Chapelle blabbering on about nothing for 46 fucking minutes I would have been throwing shit at the damn stage for that bastard wasting my time.
Now why do you suppose the person who wrote the article and shot the video said that dude was “booed” off stage when he wasn’t? Duh… I know attention! Because it never happened, Negros are so silly.
Now I don’t know how long dude was on stage but let’s just say he did stay on stage and did nothing but ramble on about nothing, that is exactly what Obama did during the campaign and the niggas fell for it and elected him.
Niggas are accustomed to being in an audience and listening to niggas say nothing real loud and applaud as if he was reciting Shakespeare.
You know how many times I’ve been in a black church and the preacher when he hits his crescendo simply starts to moan and shout nothingness and dances around stage (sounds like a Rolling Stones concert, but I digress) and the congregation is jumping up and down as if Jesus has put ants in their paints.
Do we really absorb what folks are saying and doing and just sit there like idiot zombies and accept what is being said and done to us?

Yes, I’m in one of my moods… stay tuned. This headline just pissed me off because of the fraud. So why did I post it, well if you are going to visit my blog at least you should have to suffer along with me.


Bob Beckel: "Barack Obama Is The Greatest Economic President Since FDR"

Ok for some of you this is not homophobic, so get over yourselves but the fact is this only a lover or someone you are seriously in love with or someone who is fucking your brains out to the point of complete and utter insanity could or would defend you this way.
This is not me trying to be funny I am being dead serious. The only other excuse is dude was on crack and you know that ain’t it because he was serious. I’m just sayin.

Remember hearing: Obama likes old white men and enjoys being on the "receiving" side

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Very interesting read...

What We Don't Know about History Can Hurt Us
John Stossel

"It ain't so much the things we don't know that get us into trouble. It's the things we know that just ain't so."

That famous line, attributed to many authors but apparently said by humorist Henry Wheeler Shaw (aka Josh Billings), applies to history as much as anything.

What liberates oppressed people? I was taught it's often American power. Just the threat of our military buildup defeated the Soviet Union, and our troops in the Middle East will create islands of freedom.

Unlikely, says historian Thaddeus Russell, author of "A Renegade History of the United States."

"As a matter of fact," Russell told me, "in general American military intervention has increased anti-Americanism and hardened repressive regimes. On the other hand, American popular culture -- what was often called the worst of our culture in many cases -- has actually done more for liberation and our national security than anything that the 82nd Airborne could do."

I told him that I thought that the Soviet Union collapsed because the Soviets spent so much trying to keep pace with Ronald Reagan's military buildup

On the contrary, Russell said, "it collapsed from within. ... People simply walked away from the ideology of communism. And that began especially when American popular culture -- jazz and rock and roll -- began infiltrating those countries after World War II."

I demanded evidence.

"American soldiers brought jazz during World War II to the eastern front. Soviet soldiers brought it back. Eastern European soldiers brought it and spread it across those countries. ... Stalin was hysterical about this."

The authorities were particularly concerned about young people performing and enjoying sensual music.

"Any regime at all depends on social order to maintain its power. Social order and sensuality, pleasures of the body, are often at odds. Stalin and his commissars understood that."

Job Destruction Makes Us Richer

Walter E. Williams

Here's what President Barack Obama said about our high rate of unemployment in an interview with NBC's Ann Curry: "The other thing that happened, though -- and this goes to the point you were just making -- is there are some structural issues with our economy, where a lot of businesses have learned to become much more efficient with a lot fewer workers," adding that "you see it when you go to a bank and you use an ATM; you don't go to a bank teller. Or you go to the airport and you're using a kiosk instead of checking in at the gate." The president's statements suggest that he sees labor-saving technological innovation as a contributor to today's high rate of unemployment. That's unmitigated nonsense. Let's see whether technological innovation causes unemployment.

In 1790, farmers were 90 percent, out of a population of nearly 3 million, of the U.S. labor force. By 1900, only about 41 percent of our labor force was employed in agriculture. By 2008, fewer than 3 percent of Americans were employed in agriculture. Through labor-saving technological advances and machinery, our farmers are the world's most productive. As a result, Americans are better off.


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McDonald’s to revamp Happy Meals because you’re too dumb to watch what your kid eats


HARRY REID: Tea Partiers Are Not “Real Americans”

Polls Show That If Election Were Held Today… Barack Obama Would Lose in a Landslide

Allen West Challenges Republican Party

“A man must stand for something or he will fall for anything”

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