The street has a medium incline, combined with icy conditions all hell breaks loose.
Good old SNL
Comedy troupe SCTV from way back. Martin Short, John Candy and the rest of them.
John King and his “Magic Wall”
WASHINGTON— Sources confirmed that CNN chief national correspondent John King is now swiping his hands across everything from lampshades to parked cars. “Let’s see what’s going on over here,” King reportedly said while swiping tables, chairs, and broadcast equipment in the CNN newsroom, running his hand across the office water cooler in a vertical scrolling motion, and then lightly tapping Wolf Blitzer on the chest to zoom in on the anchor’s tie. “Let’s try to expand that out, explore this area a little more. Things are looking good for the president here.” At press time, King apologized to viewers for “incomplete information” on a nearby coffee cup, saying that he was experiencing a “small glitch.”
Contrary to Trump’s claim that he does not repeat himself, he does so, often, especially on his favorite medium: Twitter
By one count, Donald Trump has publicly insulted 202 people, places and things since declaring his candidacy last summer.
Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter says that for years after he dubbed Donald Trump a “short-fingered vulgarian” in Spy magazine, Trump would send him glossy photos of himself, digits circled in gold Sharpie, with a note: “See? Not so short.” When Marco Rubio revived the short-fingered insult on the campaign trail recently, Trump seized on it at a GOP debate, assuring the 16.8 million people watching that there’s no problem with the size of his hands or his dick.
The point is that Donald Trump certainly can’t take it — but he not particularly skilled at dishing it out either. Since declaring his candidacy for president last June, Trump has publicly insulted 202 people, places and things, according to one inventory. That’s a staggering number, but it belies the fact that most of his insults are rehashed versions of the same few hackneyed jibes.
His favorite way to disparage something is to call it failing (he’s lobbed a variation of that various enemies at least 66 times since he started running), but he also likes to call a person who has displeased him a lightweight (37), dishonest (36), dumb or dummy (33), bad! (31), sad! (31), a dope or dopey (29), weak (27), a liar (27), a loser (25), the worst (22), boring (21), incompetent (16), biased (15), a disaster (13), a clown (11), a disgrace (6), dying (10), overrated (6), stupid (7), a fraud (7) and not nice (5).
Here is one insult that is correct:
Former President George W. Bush: — “You mean George Bush sends our soldiers into combat, they are severely wounded, and then he wants $120,000 to make a boring speech to them?” asked Trump on July 9, after reports the former president charged a vets group for a speech. “Bush didn’t have the IQ [to be president],” he added on June 16.
Michael J. Cocks
Poke My Hontas