This is the first in a continuing series about Detroit, Michigan, my home town. I believe Detroit is emblematic of everything wrong with ‘Merka. At one time Detroit was the 5th largest city in these here United States. Overnight in the ’40s, Motown became the Arsenal of Democracy, building the machines that saved Truth, Justice,Read More
Q: What do you call an armless, legless swimmer? A: Bob!!! Atta buoy!!!
Let’s parse, shall we? Steve Doocy made a correction, but will this guy?nationalreview.com/corner/296892/… — johnny dollar (@johnnydollar01) April 25, 2012 By “this guy” Mark Koldys is referring to the President of the United States of ‘Merka. As if that’s not bad enough, he’s setting up a false equivalency between the POTUS and Steve Doocy, oneRead More
It’s no exaggeration to say that Andy Kaufman changed the face of Stand Up comedy. Apparently Andy didn’t consider himself a comedian and called himself a “song and dance man.” And dance he did. Using the audience as his partner, he waltzed us into one bizarre sitch-eee-ay-shun after another with one of the most inventiveRead More
There were some real knee-slappers from Rupert Murdoch in the continuing reality show called the Leveson Inquiries, known colloquially as Hackergate and Murdochgate. Rupie actually said with a straight face, that he tried “very hard to set an example of ethical behavior…” and “I’ve never asked a prime minister for anything.” Al Capone never askedRead More
Just getting around to this one from yesterday. Here’s Johnny Dollar either being as dumb as a stump or being disingenuous: Clearly someone at Fox News thought it was a bigger deal than J$ because they pushed Steve Doocy out in front of the camera to make a rare apology: Having some fun now!!!
Having not seen each other for 20 years after an acrimonious break up. Brought back together by the Chairman of the Board.
QUESTION: When you raise your right hand and swear aren’t you supposed to tell the truth? Poppa Rupert testifies tomorrow. The smart money’s says he’ll continue to stonewall.
People, who know that Dub Reggae is my favourite musical genre, and that I was also a ‘60s psychedelic, hard-driving, product of Detroit, are often surprised to learn that my favourite singer of all is Mr. Bing Crosby. Here’s something totally stupid and incomprehensible to whet your appetite while I try and convince you thatRead More
I really miss Billy Preston. While many musicians recorded with The Beatles, Preston is the only one ever given credit on the record label or liner notes. That’s because he was already a star with an international reputation. Billy Preston had been a star since his childhood. Here he is performing with Nat “King” ColeRead More