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October 31, 2016

Staten Islander from SNL Turns Out to be a Bozo for Real

I only watch SNL when I know something special is happening and one of the reasons is because they bring in all types of low lives with the excuse of talent in comedy. I’ve seen more failures than success’ but this Bozo Pete Davidson who found a political platform I never liked, not his face, laughter or timing on jokes and now I really don’t like him personally! On his new found fame he decided he had nothing important to say so he started to knock the town where his *Mamie dearest lives and where he was born. I use that term* because when he knocked Staten Island he was too stupid to exempt his family unless he is just a smart ass and a bad son so he meant them too.

Dean Balsami of The NY Post wrote just the way I feel and here it is:

Pete Davidson, the 22-year-old, Staten Island-born “Saturday Night Live” comedian, recently trashed his hometown in an interview with Of his fellow Islanders he said, “F–k them. They all suck. They have nothing to do with me or my success. It’s a terrible borough, filled with terrible people. A f–king tidal wave could take out Staten ­Island, and I wouldn’t even move in my sleep. In fact, I would sleep better. F–k Staten Island. A bunch of Trump-supporting f–king jerk-offs. F–k them. End quote.” It didn’t sit well with our Staten Island-bred Post reporter Dean Balsamini.
Memo to Pete Davidson: Don’t throw rocks at The Rock.
Or at your Staten Islander mother, whom you called “too f–king stupid to realize” she should move.
It’s easy to riff on Staten Island. Everybody does it. But it’s usually done badly. One-note guido/mobster/bridge-and-tunnel schtick that elicits an eye roll from real New Yorkers — the ones born and bred in the outer boroughs.
Try taking a cue from your fellow “SNL” cast member Colin Jost, who also hails from Richmond County. His coming-of-age film “Staten Island Summer” playfully ribs the borough, but the audience is in on the laughs, not the butt of some ­humorless screed. He’s also way better-looking than you.
You say if a tidal wave hit the ­Island you’d sleep better?
Keep talking like that and you may end up sleeping with the fishes.

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Davidson (left) and Colin Jost during an episode of Saturday Night Live.Photo: Getty Images

You’ve said that in high school, you had one friend and didn’t get invited to parties.
Shocker. You’re such a people person.
Maybe you’re bitter because Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton and Alec Baldwin’s spot-on Donald Trump blew away your listless impersonation of Marco Rubio?
Or maybe you’re just angry about your minuscule air time.
You may hate Staten Island, but it was a good enough place to call home for Ralph Waldo Emerson, Martin Sheen, Christina Aguilera, Alyssa Milano, Joan Baez, OJ prosecutor Marcia Clark, Wu-Tang Clan and Paul Newman.
“Game of Thrones” author George RR Martin was so enamored of Staten Island, which he could see from the window of his boyhood home in Bayonne, NJ, he modeled his map of Westeros on it.
In the same interview where you diss The Rock, you note you “mostly live alone in Midtown” but just bought a home with your mom on the Island and “go there as much as you can.”.
My gut tells me your outburst was timed to drum up interest for your Comedy Central special, which premiered Saturday night.
In the words of Bill Maher, I don’t know it for a fact, I just know it’s true.
Not for nothin’ Pete, but if you don’t have something nice — or funny — to say, shut your elfin’ ­pinhole.  *So no Denino’s pizza for you.  *And no Jacques Marchais ­Museum of Tibetan Art.  *And no free ferry trips or Staten Island Yankees games.  *And you’re not allowed to ride the tallest ferris wheel in the world.
Your stoner, “everything sucks” act is staler than last Sunday’s ­lasagna.
You, the son of a hero, should know better. Your dad, Scott Davidson, was one of 78 Staten Island firefighters who perished on 9/11. The borough with only 5 percent of the city’s population was home to 23 percent of the firefighters who died that awful Tuesday.
My dad, who still lives on Staten Island, has a phrase for people like you, who move off the Island and then big-time the borough: Brick thrower.
I live in Montclair, NJ, now, but I never forget my roots. Don’t forget yours.
And stop acting like Larry ­Harmon.
He was Bozo the Clown — and a Staten Island resident.

October 18, 2016

Politics by and for Cowards Wikileaks(wikihacks)

 Sends out stuff and no one seems to verify what is true or not but then there’s
 no one stand behind it except a hack living in Ecuador’s embassy in London. Can’t be sued , can’t be prosecutor can’t even be punch in the mouth.

The public release, via WikiLeaks, of purloined e-mails and documents related to Hillary Clinton and her campaign has produced starkly different reactions. On the whole, the news media is nonplused.
In a typically snarky tweet, Washington Post reporter David Weigel mocked the notion that the WikiLeaks dump would alter the dynamics of the election, summing it up with the purposefully mundane revelation that “Clinton strategists debated how to respond to controversies.”
The leaks, which may or may not be part of a Russian effort to undermine Clinton in order to advance her rival, largely exposeroutine political discussion among staff engaged in the constant, necessary balancing of policy, politics and presentation. It’s an equilibrium that any successful campaign must achieve before assuming leadership of a successful government.
How far should the campaign go in appeasing popular Senator Elizabeth Warren? How would the media react if Clinton, in discussing her use of e-mails, said she was “bemused” by technology? How should the candidate reposition herself on trade, given the shifting politics?
To anyone who has worked in electoral politics, or extensively covered it, the WikiLeaks dump reads like a thousand variations on the theme of “dog bites man.” It paints a portrait of Clinton as a normal politician surrounded by a normal staff engaged in normal politics.
To many on the political right, that reality is unacceptable. They had told themselves that WikiLeaks would be the deus ex machina of this election, exposing Clinton as a treasonous devil and delivering the White House, and all its broad powers, into the transgressive hands of Donald Trump. Now, having promised themselves scandalous gold, they re-imagine every dull pebble in the pan as a shimmering nugget.
Americans for Tax Reform, an organization devoted to using the tax code to preserve and enhance the financial interests of the wealthy, packaged a leaked e-mail on gun regulation -- ATR leader Grover Norquist sits on the board of the National Rifle Association -- with a video that the group had unearthed of Clinton testifying on guns in 1993. “On April 14, 2016,” the press release stated, “ATR released previously unseen video footage from a non-C-SPAN camera showing Hillary’s visceral facial expression” as then Senator Bill Bradley of New Jersey discussed a proposed gun tax.
Not only is the video footage “previously unseen,” it emanated from a “non-C-SPAN camera.” Ooh-la-la. The secret footage shows Clinton silently nodding her head, appearing both sincere and thoughtful as she acknowledges either her agreement with, or merely the rudimentary comprehension of, another person. The “visceral facial expression” is recognizably human.
Judicial Watch, a right-wing organization that has pursued Clinton for years and sued to gain access to her State Department e-mails, likewise has been sifting through its discoveries. After another batch was released last week, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton stated in a press release that “the e-mails are further proof that Hillary Clinton used her office to provide special treatment -- even photo ops -- for donors to the Clinton Foundation.”
Judicial Watch is based in Washington D.C. Throughout that city, lobbying and law-firm offices, even cubicles occupied by junior staff, are accented with photographs of the occupant grinning next to President Ronald Reagan or George H.W. Bush or Bill Clinton or George W. Bush or Barack Obama or hundreds of other prominent politicians. There is cause for unease about Clinton’s use of a private e-mail system when she was secretary of state and, to a lesser extent, about the dual tracks of the Clinton family’s foundation work and the powers of the office that Clinton seeks. A proliferation of photo-ops, however, is not a threat to the republic.
There is more than desperation in these efforts to transform a “visceral facial expression” or a series of photo-ops into a sinister conspiracy. There is pathos. It reaches its logical conclusion in right-wing blogs, such as the popular Gateway Pundit, which posited that leaked e-mails suggest that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who died last year one month before his 80th birthday, was murdered and that Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta was involved.
The suggestion is painfully stupid (you can read it here if you have an abundance of patience or a paucity of wits). Yet it’s a mistake to think that stupidity is the common ground for such wild charges. Norquist is no dummy, and most likely the others are plenty bright as well.
The source fueling the right’s recklessness isn’t stupidity. It’s cowardice. It takes a basic level of character and respect for truth to confront the world as it is rather than concoct fantasies that flatter your ideology, complement your anxieties and excuse your faults.
Clinton is a complex, real politician with formidable skills and obvious failings. The cartoon versions of the right -- and left -- are shabby frauds devised by people who shrink from the demands of honest politics. To defeat Clinton, and the political tradition she embodies, on the merits requires facts, arguments, policies, vision. Credible opponents rise to the task. For cowards, there’s WikiLeaks.
Francis Wilkinson  at

October 15, 2016

Billy Bush Has Always Been A Creep Hated by NBC Peers

Billy Bush is under fire for the lewd conversation he had with Donald Trump, but as it turns out, the Today host reportedly has a history of making offensive comments about women.

The former Access Hollywood host is reportedly about to be fired from NBC for a 2005 tape released last week, in which Donald Trump brags about sexually assaulting women. Even though NBC is now apparently irate at Bush, the network knew about his offhanded comments about women for years, TMZ reports. Access Hollywood sources told TMZ that Bush and others in the newsroom often remarked on women’s appearances, and that some of the comments are on tape.

Some of the comments reportedly include, “Man, you look hot today,” “Look at her legs,” and “Man, she looks hot today!” Bush apparently was “particularly impressed” by Gigi Hadid’s and Taylor Swift’s legs, and went so far as to ask Jennifer Lopez about her butt in an interview. 

Bush reportedly feels like a scapegoat, since no one at NBC seemed to have a problem with his behavior until the footage was released. TMZ reports that several people knew about the Trump conversation when it happened in 2005, but no one complained at the time. According to “Page Six,” Bush is even considering suing NBC, since he blames the network for the tape’s release. A source told “Page Six”:

“He told people at NBC about this tape. What if there was a transcript of the tape, and high-level discussions about when to release it? Which executives were involved, and why did they decide to suppress the tape until October, when they could have aired it in August? Was it an oversight or a strategic decision by NBC to affect the race? Billy was far from the only person at NBC who was talking about the contents of this tape. On-air talent does not make the decision when to air stories like this.”
Bush is reportedly looking to hire a “high-power fixer” to help restore his image after the scandal, though he apparently refused an offer from Trump to help out with this PR mess.

You Can Call it the “I was always a creep” defense.
Billy Bush is attempting to use the fact that he has a long history of making creepy, objectifying, and downright sexist remarks about women on camera and in the studio to portray his indefinite suspension by NBC as the network cynically and hypocritically scapegoating him for their own PR reasons.
Bush has reportedly been all but fired by NBC after hot-mic tapes emerged of him engaging in lewd talk with Donald Trump before an Access Hollywood segment was due to start filming.

In the video, Bush remarks of Arianne Zucker, the actress who is waiting to escort them into a soap-opera set, “Your girl’s hot as shit, in the purple.”
While making a comment like that would not in isolation be a fireable offense, it is the overall tone of Bush’s banter with Trump in the video that has turned stomachs, and turned the network against their one-time golden boy.

For example, Bush responds, “Whatever you want,” when Trump declares, “When you’re a star, they let you do it… You can do anything.”
When Trump makes his now notorious, “Grab them by the pussy,” remark, Bush chuckles heartily and approvingly in the background.

November 9, 2012

Employer with 114 Employees Fires 22 (hispanics)Because Obama Won

(CBS Las Vegas) — A Las Vegas business owner with 114 employees fired 22 workers today, apparently as a direct result of President Obama’s re-election.
“David” (he asked to remain anonymous for obvious reasons) told Host Kevin Wall on 100.5 KXNT that “elections have consequences” and that “at the end of the day, I need to survive.”
Here’s an excerpt from the interview. Click the audio tab below to hear even more from this compelling conversation:
“I’ve done my share of educating my employees. I never tell them which way to vote. I believe in the free system we have, I believe in the right to choose who they want to be president, but I did explain as a business owner that I have always put my employees first. I always made sure that when I went without a paycheck that [I] made sure they were paid. And I explained that I always put them first and unfortunately I’m at a point where I’m being forced to have to worry about me and my family now and a business that I built from just me to 114 employees.
I explained to them a month ago that if Obama gets in office that the regulations for Obamacare are gonna hurt our business, and I’m gonna have to make provisions to make sure I have enough money to cover the payroll taxes, the additional health care I’m gonna have to do, and I explained that to them and I said you do what you feel like in your heart you need to do, but I’m just letting you know as a warning this is things I have to think of as a business owner.“Well unfortunately, and most of my employees are Hispanic — I’m not gonna go into what kind of company I have, but I have mostly Hispanic employees — well unfortunately we know what happened and I can’t wait around anymore, I have to be proactive. I had to lay off 22 people today to make sure that my business is gonna thrive and I’m gonna be around for years to come. I have to build up that nest egg now for the taxes and regulations that are coming my way. Elections do have consequences, but so do choices. A choice you make every day has consequences and you know what, I’ve always put my employees first, but unfortunately today I have to put me and my family first, and you watch what’s gonna happen. I’m just one guy with 114 employees — well was 114 employees — watch what happens in the next six months. The Dow alone lost 314 points today. There’s a tsunami coming and if you didn’t think this election had consequences, just wait.”
(Reporting Live & Local with Kevin Wall)

November 8, 2011

Brett Ratner Barely Non-apology for Using Gay Slur

[Image via Getty]
 It sure is a good day to hate Hollywood schlockmeister, Olivia Munn bangerOscar ruiner, and receding afro-with-legs Brett Ratner. Apparently this weekend at a Q&A following his new cinematic turd Tower Heist, he dropped the f-bomb. No, not "fuck." "Fag."
When asked if he rehearsed a lot, Ratner said, "Rehearsal is for fags." Is that because only musicals need rehearsals and only fags would star in a musical? Is that what Ratner thinks? Or does he think that rehearsals are for wimps and all gays are wimps? Well, I can think of a number of "fags" who would willingly kick his ass. Or does he think that gay people should be the butt of his jokes? Is that the only way he can be funny? How about next time he just fart into the mic.
Then he apologized in The Wrap and it's not much better.
I apologize for any offense my remarks caused. It was a dumb way of expressing myself. Everyone who knows me knows that I don't have a prejudiced bone in my body. But as a storyteller I should have been much more thoughtful about the power of language and my choice of words.
The most offensive thing in that statement isn't that Ratner won't admit that the word is inherently offensive, prejudiced, and hate-filled, it's that he thinks that he, the man who brought us Rush Hour and ruined an X-Men movie, is a "storyteller."
As Mark Harris eloquently points out if the Oscars ever needed a reason to fire Ratner (and they should have plenty of reasons already) this is another one. Would Hollywood let Mel Gibson host the Oscars? Hell no! Then the same should hold for Ratner. Also, if he thinks that he can pull off the Oscar show without even one rehearsal than he's something far worse than a "fag." He's an idiot. 

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