It feels like yesterday, when the world changed forever on September 11th 2001. I was home sick with a ear infection that day, when I was as always listening to The Howard Stern Show . Howard and the crew were with us through the whole ordeal in the morning. It was one of the best broadcasts in Howard Stern Show history. Thank you Howard and the staff, for keeping us updated during one of the worst days in American history. Here are some of the highlights of that tragic day and the day after…….
Since being inaugurated in January 2017, President Donald Trump has been highly critical of the media and what he refers to as “fake news.” In this late-night series, a fictional version of the president decides to bypass the mainstream media and address Americans himself by hosting this weekly show directly from the Oval Office. “The President Show” has all of the segments of a traditional late-night talk show — desk segments, field pieces and guest interviews — but they come from President Trump’s unique viewpoint. Vice President Mike Pence (portrayed by actor Peter Grosz) serves as the president’s sidekick. Comedian Anthony Atamanuik, who created the show, stars as President Trump.
Watch this hilarious and funny cartoon written by Comedian Mike Boyle. This is real life comedy folks as Mikey and his friend talk about today’s news topics. In this wonderful animation series, Mikey talks about The Rock Dwayne Johnson running for President. This is uncensored guys. Mikey’s racist friend Tyrone has his say. This is American humor with a bunch of great jokes in it. Subscribe Here : RottenApple
This is awesome as our President jackknifes CNN through the ring……From the awesome The Vidego!!!
Pepe the Frog isn’t a white nationalist symbol.
Pepe the Frog isn’t a harmless meme propagated by teenagers on the internet.
Pepe the Frog is, in fact, the modern-day avatar of an ancient Egyptian deity accidentally resurrected by online imageboard culture.
Does that sound like the most b@tsh#t crazy thing you’ve ever heard?
The precise origins of Pepe the Frog are, like all imageboards memes, obscure and unimportant.
All you really need to know is that sometime around 2010, a sad-looking cartoon frog began to trend among posters on 4chan.org and similar “underground” imageboards.
Shortly after, the age-old piece of online vernacular used to express laughter—”LOL”—fell out of favor on these sites.
In its place a new slang term of synonymous meaning rose to common use: “KEK.”
The origins of this trend are much more important. It comes from an odd technicality involving the Korean language and the popular video game World of Warcraft.
Keep that in mind for later.
Here is the unknown story of Pepe The Frog . Is he more than just a harmless meme????
In Mexican lucha libre — professional wrestling known for its masked fighters and cartoonish style — the bad guys rule. They’re known simply as rudos.
“Mexican lucha libre is for rudos. We welcome any rudo who wants to come in here and be badder than the others,” says Marco Espinosa, a fan, from beneath his souvenir lucha libre mask.
So it made sense for Sam Polinsky, a 27-year-old wrestler from Pittsburgh, to try his luck south of the border. He came to Mexico about nine months ago and branded himself as Sam Adonis, “El Rudo de las Chicas” or the “Ladies’ Bad Guy.”
When Donald Trump won the presidency after a campaign that regularly scapegoated and insulted the Mexican people, Polinsky saw an opportunity to turn up the heat on his bad-guy character.
“I had a perfect idea: Why not come to the arena with [an American] flag, but I’m gonna take this to a whole other level,” he says, unfurling a flag and grinning. “I have a 4-ft. flag with the face of Donald Trump on it.”
With this prop, he became the surrogate of Donald Trump in Mexican lucha libre.
His over-the-top, absurd style blends well into the sport. It is a wacky, colorful show punctuated by amazing acrobatics and always following the same script: The good guys, known as técnicos, the equivalent of “babyface,” line up across from the rudos in a battle of justice.
On a Friday evening in Mexico City, Polinsky is getting ready for his latest fight at Arena México, the holy site of Mexican wrestling, which regularly draws 10,000 fans. His girlfriend blow-dries and straightens his long blond mohawk. She helps him spray tan his face and body, using a mini-paint roller to smooth out the streaks.
For Polinsky, being a baddie — especially one who generates such immediate, enraged reactions from Mexicans — is exhilarating.