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CNN Devolves March 22, 2017

Posted by geoff in News.
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If you haven’t seen this yet, it’ll be your first opportunity to gape in awe at how far CNN (once the gem of news media) has fallen:

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1. retiredgeezer - March 22, 2017

People who are smarter and more clever than me will have a field day creating parody memes about things Trump is afraid of… (water, air, clouds, the color blue, cotton…)

2. geoff - March 22, 2017

I think he’s looking for something to grab.

3. retiredgeezer - March 22, 2017

I tend to look down when I walk ever since I tripped in my yard and landed on my elbow.

Also Trump and I are both afraid of the number 42.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42_(number)

4. Jimbro - March 22, 2017

Isn’t it called common sense to look where you’re walking? This can’t be a new picture since O’s off on his one month solo vacation

5. digitalbrownshirt - March 23, 2017

Ever since I watched the Archer episode “Pipeline Fever” I’ve had an irrational fear of alligators, crocodiles and brain aneurysms.

Also, those stairs don’t seem to meet OSHA standards because of the lack of railings. Maybe the President was pondering firing somebody for their carelessness.

6. ChrisP - March 23, 2017

If CNN saw him walking on water, the headline would be:

“Trump Can’t Swim!!!”

7. veeshir - March 24, 2017

They don’t even realize exactly how funny they are. I have to wonder what people not seeped in politics thought about that.

I personally love the “trending now” bit.
Where exactly is that trending?

Journolist of course.
Where all idiocies like that trend.

8. Kurt Brindley - March 26, 2017

It is important to expose the fears and weakness of scared bullies such as Trump who thrive on instilling fear in others.

https://kurtbrindley.com/2017/03/26/bolo-for-a-lame-bully-madman-in-chief/

9. geoff - March 26, 2017

You sound so weak.

10. lauraw - March 26, 2017

Yeah, I’m not following that Link of Weakness.

11. Jimbro - March 27, 2017

I do like bolo ties even though they’re not worn much on the East Coast. Thank you for reminding me about bolo’s

12. retiredgeezer - March 27, 2017

We don’t wear bolo ties in Ideeho neither.

Better look in Dave in Texas’ neighborhood.

13. digitalbrownshirt - March 28, 2017

I see them sometimes in Oklahoma, but it really does seem to be a Texas thing to me. I used to have one with a rattlesnake curled around the strings that looked pretty sharp. Not sure what happened to it. That was actually when I lived in California over 25 years ago though so it might have been tied to the 80’s fad.

Yes, that was a pun.

14. skinbad - March 28, 2017

My grandpa had a few. We used to get Evil Concarne to wear one to church when he was little because he thought they were kind of cool and refused to wear a tie.

15. geoff - March 28, 2017

Used to wear a bolo to square dances back in high school. Yes, I was a member of the Turtle River Twirlers of Grand Forks, ND.

I feel like Michael admitting that he played clarinet.

16. skinbad - March 28, 2017

They’re probably the Turtle River Twerkers now.

17. retiredgeezer - March 28, 2017

Skinbad shoots… he SCORES!


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