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Comedian Jon Stewart returned to standup on Tuesday night, and wasted no time going after one of his favorite targets: Donald Trump.
“It’s like an Internet comment troll ran for president,” the former “Daily Show” host said of the GOP presidential frontrunner at the 9th annual Stand Up for Heroes event in New York.
(Warning: strong language ahead)
“When I was doing the program, we liked to make jokes about him because he’s hilarious and easily mockable,” Stewart said, according to Entertainment Weekly. “We would mock him with things such as, ‘He looks like a bewigged boiled ham,’ or something like that. So he would tweet in the middle of the night, ‘Jon Stewart’s real name is Leibowitz. He’s a Jew. Why does he run away from his heritage?’ You know, because that’s what I think most presidents would do. I remember Lincoln used to drunk tweet: ‘Hey, emancipate this, you fuck!'”
Stewart expressed some disbelief that Trump is a serious contender for the presidency.
“Are we really doing this Donald Trump thing? We’re really doing that as a country?” Stewart said, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “He’s fucked. I like to put my name in giant letters on everything I own as much as the next guy, but the only other people that do that are like 8-year-olds going to camp.”
Then, he broke out his famous Trump impression.
“Where did I put that building? Oh there it is, Trump. Boom. Where’s my fucking helicopter? Boom, Trump,” Stewart said. “Where’s my wife? Boom, Trump, nice.”
If Trump is aware of Stewart’s jokes, he has yet to fire back on Twitter.
Stewart had words for people who say they like Trump because of his unfiltered views.
“People are like, ‘I like Trump; he says what he thinks,'” Stewart said, per The Hollywood Reporter. ”What he thinks is stupid. That’s like if your friend is like, ‘I would like to fuck your mom.’ Why would you say that? … I don’t give a shit if you’re politically correct, just be correct, correct.”
While it seems Trump got hit with the sharpest of comedic barbs, Stewart also told jokes about Ben Carson, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden and even himself before wrapping it up with some exasperation over politics.
“I’m done with this shit,” he said, according to EW. “Done, done, done.”
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You just got played, Westboro Baptist Church.
The notorious hate group, known for picketing funerals and public events for attention, protested an old foe, the Foo Fighters, before the band’s concert in Kansas City Friday, the Kansas City Star reported.
But the Foo Fighters fought back. Led by frontman Dave Grohl, they trolled the demonstrators by blaring Rick Astley’s 1987 hit “Never Gonna Give You Up” from a pickup as they rode in the back. Band members also held up signs that read “You got Rick roll’d” and “Keep it clean.”
Look at the fun they’re having:
“Rickrolling,” originally a bait-and-switch prank in which people are lured into clicking Internet links of interest that instead open to Rick Astley’s song, has been around for several years but is used to maximum effect here.
The Foo Fighters also took on Westboro protesters in Kansas City in 2011, singing a gay love song to counter the group’s anti-gay views.
Westboro founder Fred Phelps had written: “[The Foo Fighters] have a platform and should be using it to encourage obedience to God; instead they teach every person who will listen all things contrary to him: fornication, adultery, idolatry, fags.”
We say the Foo Fighters just won this round as well.
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At the current state of America, Black people have zero tolerance for any sort of perceived racism crossing their paths. A historic Black church was just shot up (during a prayer service of all times), a white woman famous for pretending to be Black for civil rights is becoming a viral sensation right underneath or unsuspecting noses and police officers are still using sledgehammers to solve ant-sized problems. So when Twitter user Hyley DiBona began to spew off ignorance via her Twitter account, she got the 1000 times the attention than her 2,988 followers generally attracts.
As the nation mourned over the nine lives lost inside the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, allegedly at the hands of 21-year-old Dylann Roof, DiBona showed just how her privilenge blinded her to the realities of the world.
“Don’t complain about being a minority and say whites are a problem when your ancestors chose to come here knowing they would be a minority,” she exclaimed in the start of unprovoked tweets. “Half of minorities might as well have ‘you should feel bad for being white’ tattooed on their foreheads. IF YOU ARE A MINORITY AND DONT LIKE IT, GO BACK THATS WHAT FREEDOM IS.”
After she noticed she had garnered an audience, she tweeted the n-word, relishing in the type of a behavior a culture vulture is known to do. When angered Twitter users pointed out the fact that her views could be aligned with her employer, DiBona taunted them, revealing that she worked for Regal Cinemas and even took pictures of minority movie goers urging them to “go home.”
That was all that was needed to fan the flames and DDotOmen spearheaded a movement that garnered the attention of the country’s largest chain of theaters.
Swiftly and fiercely, she was fired.
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By Nicholas Pell Published: May 27th, 2015
A group of craft brewers has discovered that revenge is both sweet and a dish best served cold.
More specifically, for a nationwide group of breweries led by the acclaimed Bell’s Brewery of Kalamazoo, Michigan, revenge is an icy glass of pumpkin-peach beer. The idea for the strange-sounding beer came from a controversial Budweiser ad that premiered during this year’s Super Bowl, mocking the pretensions of the craft beer movement. In the ad, Budweiser branded itself as “proudly a macro beer.” Near its climax, the clip’s title cards took a dig at craft beer snobs: “Let them sip their pumpkin peach ale. We’ll be brewing some golden suds.”
Before that ad, there was no such thing as pumpkin peach beer, at least not at any commercial brewery. But Bell’s, along with several other microbreweries around the country, was inspired enough to make limited runs of exactly such a beer in response. Smokehouse Brewing Co in Columbus, Ohio, released one called “Fussy Sipper Pumpkin Peach Ale,” while Griffith Claw Brewing Company in Birmingham, Michigan, called theirs “Beechwood-Aged Pumpkin Peach Ale.”
Bell’s, which is best known for its bitter Hopslam IPA and complex barrel-aged stouts, produced just 48 bottles of its Pumpkin Peach Ale. They’re on sale for $ 20 each at the brewery’s store in Kalamazoo.
“It’s a [screw] you to Anheuser-Busch,” Bell’s founder Larry Bell said in an interview with the Chicago Tribune. “Because they sent us a [screw] you.”
Larry Bell wasn’t alone in taking umbrage with the Bud campaign above; it inspired a rather vocal backlash among craft beer fans when it first aired. Many said that it was the clearest sign yet that Anheuser-Busch, by far the world’s largest beer producer, feels threatened by the explosive rise of craft beer over the past decade. And for good reason: although the market is still dominated in all metrics by twin brewing giants Anheuser-Busch and Miller Coors, craft beer outsold Anheuser-Busch’s flagship Budweiser for the first time in 2013.
For now, huge national TV commercials are likely Anheuser-Busch’s strongest weapon in the fight against craft breweries, which are mostly too small to take out ads on such a large scale. But even that is changing. Craft breweries on the larger side, especially Sam Adams maker Boston Beer Co., have started to run commercials on TV networks across the country. And this trolling by Bell’s proves that craft breweries will have brewing creativity on their side for the foreseeable future.