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Published Friday, May 08, 2020 @ 10:47 AM EDT
May 08 2020

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Once again, The Simpsons predicted the future. From 1993:

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Woman who accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of sexual assault now claims Trump supporters paid her to lie.

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Giant hornet a metaphor for Trump? Dunno...it's orange, creepy, cold and calculating by nature, merciless against the weak and it’s only 2 inches long... you decide.

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Coronavirus found in men's semen. Uh... what other kind is there?

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Off-duty officer in Alabama body slams Walmart shopper irate over face mask rule. The officer used a "takedown measure" to gain control of the woman because of "other threat factors in the store," a police official said.

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Improve your vocabulary, medical edition:

Proprioception: when you know where your body parts are when your eyes are closed.

Innaproprioception: when *I* know where your body parts are when your eyes are closed.

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"Wild Kingdom" - A visit to a sanctuary for Tasmanian devils. They're mean-spirited, vicious little animals. Like cheerleaders but with tails. Animal Planet.
-(Rick Polito, "That TV Guy")

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If the world were merely seductive, that would be easy. If it were merely challenging, that would be no problem. But I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world, and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.
-E.B. White


Categories: Anthony Fauci, Covid-19, Donald Trump, E.B. White, Face masks, Michael Flynn, That TV Guy, The Simpsons


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"Go home!"
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Published Sunday, December 30, 2012 @ 7:57 AM EST
Dec 30 2012

That's what Tracey Ullman (b. December 30, 1959) yelled at her studio audience at the end of each episode of her Emmy-winning 1987-1990 Fox television series, which is perhaps best remembered for the intersitial amimations which introduced The Simpsons to the world.

Ullman had one U.S. hit record, 1983's They Don't Know, written by the late Kirsty McColl, who was a backup singer in the recording (and provided the "Bayuhbee!" at the end of the bridge.)


Categories: Kirsty McColl, The Simpsons, Tracey Ullman


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