They say that women who use Botox tend to have frozen, perpetual smiles. The weird thing about Tucker Carlson is his frozen, perpetual scowl.
Tucker’s guest could be discussing nuclear warfare, or his guest could be describing how to tie a shoelace – Tucker has this expression:
Why am I reminded of prehistoric man?
Here is a little quiz:
Scenario 1: Donald Trump plays golf with a bunch of fellow millionaires and billionaires, his buddies and peers. They tease him about whether, now that he’s supposedly the most powerful man on the planet, he can do anything for them.
Scenario 2: Donald Trump, after downing a plate of Kentucky Fried Chicken, meets a group of unemployed coal miners. They ask him about whether, now that he’s supposedly the most powerful man on the planet, he can do anything for them.
Question: When Donald lies in bed at night and contemplates his vast power, which of the two groups do you think he would more like to please?
Dumb Quote of the Week
“Our stomachs are empty … Survivor is no joke. I mean, we’re not joking when we say if we don’t get food today we might die.” — Survivor contestant Ashley
Sure, because the CBS camera crew and the medical team stationed just a few feet away from you – not to mention the network’s legal department — would like nothing more than to watch you starve to death.
Apparently U.S. and Japanese leaders are engaged in some kind of competition to see who can look more foolish in public.
As you might recall, in 1992, George Bush puked on the lap of his host, the prime minister of Japan.
Not to be outdone by Bush, last week, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe slipped on a political banana peel, doing this comical back flip while golfing with Trump.
I was hoping to find a little escape from all the bad news in America, and so I surfed to The Hollywood Reporter to find a review of Murder on the Orient Express.
This is what greeted me on the main page:
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