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Category Archives: #sarcasm
Mayor R. Rex Parris of Lancaster, California wants to ban ties in his city. I’m all for it.
The tie is the most ridiculous piece of clothing, ever. Wrapping a rope around your neck is a bad move and the same goes for any piece of material. Mr. Parris is concerned about blood flow being cut off. Hear, hear, Mayor. Let’s add in the questionable act of giving your enemies a dangerous handle on your life. Even more dubious is the fact that this clothing item is basically an arrow that extends down to, and points towards a man’s penis. What does it mean?
The beautiful Bailey Davis, NFL cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, whose team is known as the New Orleans Saintsations, claims she was fired after posting an Instagram pic of herself in lingerie.
Who cares about her photo? Well, the hypocrites do.
The NFL team’s employee handbook says: “Nude, semi-nude, or lingerie photography is strictly prohibited and terms for immediate dismissal.”
Um, excuse me, but aren’t all the cheerleaders on the field semi-nude? Does the NFL believe people are watching these scantily clad ladies bounce around for their athleticism? I think we all know what’s going on here.
I didn’t know Jim Carrey was a painter.
He is in hot water, for what I’m not quite sure. He made a beautiful woman unbeautiful, and he used the word, “Christian.” Both are big no-no’s in today’s hypocritical America.
Jim Carrey painted Press Secretary Sarah Sanders as an unattractive woman, a #metoo shame for sure, but any and all political caricatures are unflattering. He seemed genuinely offended with his comments calling her a “so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked.” She or her acts were deemed, “Monstrous!”
Roy Moore, politician and creepy-ass cracker, has been accused of diddling with a teen girl when he was in his thirties. Numerous other people have come forward to state that Moore was known for trolling teens at malls, as well as elsewhere.
Roy is now facing a lawsuit from one of his accusers. He is embarrassed about the toll this has taken on his family. Yes, it’s embarrassing to be you.
Perhaps Mr. Moore learned his poor pickup techniques in church because in an effort to distract, he is spouting off religious overtones against others he feels are bringing down our nation, specifically lesbians, gays and transgenders.
I recently watched an interesting program on Netflix about mega brothels in Germany. Ironically, whether in Las Vegas or Germany where prostitution is legal, the men are still in charge of financial rape. Women in brothels are made to pay a fee for the privilege to work there. The supposed status of a prostitute as an individual contractor for tax purposes or a saleswoman who forks over a huge cut isn’t working, except for the boss men.
The house argues they are providing the brick and mortar as well as all the accoutrements, therefore they should get a cut.
Al Franken’s political career: Over. Could he go back to comedy? Probably not.
Bill Maher, known for comedy, is in hot water for reenacting Al Franken’s picture of mock-u-groping a fellow comedian. Mr. Franken’s picture was with a woman, Leeann Tweeden while Mr. Maher’s pic was with Bob Saget.
Aha, a role reversal. What could it mean? Is this political comedy or victim shaming? Does it make fun of women’s rights?
Women have a hard time being on the same par as men when they are breaking into areas where men are in power. I get it.