Gary Oldman Calls Plane Crash “Feel-Good Story,”
Cracks Jokes About Israeli Ground Invasion
Actor Gary Oldman on Friday said that the plane crash in Ukraine that killed 298 people gave him “a warm feeling inside,” and that Israel’s ground invasion “allows me to sleep better at night.”
Oldman, speaking to a Tea Party gathering in …
Aww, who are we kidding? This is a fake story. We are just envious of all the attention that recent hoaxes have been getting, such as the caller who told MSNBC’s Krystal Ball on live TV that the airplane was brought down “by a blast of wind from Howard Stern’s ass,” or the bogus Empire News story about Netflix’s decision to “cancel” Orange Is the New Black.
Dear President Obama:
I voted for you twice, but here’s your report card for your second term: D
Dear Fox News:
Yep, you are correct when you say Obama has been doing a terrible job. But here’s the thing: That does not mean that Obama voters now see things your way, because your way is still worse.
Jill Abramson was interviewed by Fox’s Greta Van Susteren and said that she wasn’t sure why she was fired from her editor post at the New York Times.
I think I know the reason: It had to be that horrible drawl of hers. If I had to listen to Abramson’s bizarre, irritating voice every day, I’d can her, too.
“This woman makes Ron Burgundy look like Walter Cronkite.” – Bernie Goldberg, relishing the opportunity to take a shot at Krystal Ball and MSNBC.
Lots of bad news this week, but at least we got a bit of good news, courtesy of the NSA:
Hell has frozen over. Three sitcoms premiered recently, and I didn’t hate any of them.
In fact, I might even watch them again, especially You’re the Worst, if only to find out how far FX will go in its crusade to lead basic cable out of PG-13 territory and into R-rated sex and nudity. Oh, the other two promising sitcoms? Married, and Welcome to Sweden.
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