Jenner’s Controversial Pepsi Ad…Filmed In Thailand!

If you thought Pepsi and Kendall Jenner were tone deaf on race relations before, NOW it’s even worse!

That TV ad about race relations in America was actually filmed by Pepsi in Thailand!

Why?

Because it was CHEAPER.

Actor in Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi Ad Reveals Most Extras Were Not from U.S and Didn’t Understand the Racial Issues

People magazine talked to an extra on the shoot who spilled the beans. They said no one on the shoot even knew what was going on.

I mean, how many Black Lives Matters groups are there in Bangkok?

Again, a monstrous US multi-national corporation that cares only about profits tries to make money off the deaths and abuse of thousands of humans.

Pepsi – Pour a taste on a grave, why dontcha.

Grayson Allen, (Yes!) Kicks BC Player! He Just Can’t Stop Himself

Duke played Boston College Saturday and what would a Duke game be without another high-kicking Grayson Allen move!

http://www.foxsports.com/college-basketball/story/grayson-allen-raised-eyebrows-awkward-leg-move-vs-boston-college-010817

It’s clearly time for Grayson Allen to just give up this basketball game and go ahead and join the high-stepping Radio City Rockettes.

At least on the stage he’ll finally be where he ought to be: Under the spotlights and getting paid for what he does best.

New York Times Desecrates The Dead: Debbie Reynolds; George Michael

After the New York Times disastrous miscalculation on the 2016 election of Donald Trump, they have gone though a much ballyhooed reformation in order to present the world’s affairs to its readers in a – well, some kinda different format.

A very ugly example of this new format has been its coverage of the recent deaths of Pop star George Michael and Film star Debbie Reynolds.

NYT’s writer Wesley Morris threw out extended stories on Michael and Reynolds lives under the creepy title “An Appraisal.”

“An Appraisal?”

Those of us in the civilized world understand “An Appreciation” of someone’s life after they have passed on. But, an “appraisal?”

Appraisals are something you do to a used car. An appraisal is something you do to a piece of property.

After an artist has just died, you do NOT offer up an appraisal.

Unless, of course, you are a crass, wallowing-in-a-moral-morass NYT’s writer.

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Need an example of some “appraisals” from NYT’s writer Morris? How about:

“Who the hell is gonna be named Debbie?” on Ms. Reynolds.

Or calling Ms. Reynolds “a casually narcissistic gorgon of a mother.”

Or his vicious hits on George Michael, just a day after his death, ridiculing his “butch” style or making left-handed cuts about his homosexuality.

Incredulously, this quat writer Morris puts this stuff out in a – yes – casually narcissistic manner meant to be chatty and endearing.

If this dude were ever speaking at a wake, we’re sure he’d end up buried before the person in the casket.

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How about this: Since we can’t trust The New York Times to properly appraise our current political or world situations, why the HELL do they think they can appraise the lives of artists who have done much to add joy to this world?

Trump Wants Control Over Women – Take Away Abortion

Donald Trump stated on “60 Minutes” that he would attempt to seat a Supreme Court Justice who would overturn Roe v. Wade.

Trump stated he wanted the option of abortion to be tossed back to the state level – like slavery used to be a state level issue.

If a woman wanted an abortion and it was illegal in her state then, Trump said, she could just “go to another state.”

We wonder if our billionaire president will pay for her bus fare for that theoretical trip. Or alternatively, will he help raise and support and put through school and then employ all the millions of unwanted children that will be born when abortion is made illegal.

 

The NYT’s Hates Bob Dylan’s Nobel Award

For 2 weeks Bob Dylan has been silent about his Nobel Prize win for Literature.

And The New York Times has been on a hate parade about it.

Ever since the Swedish Academy announced 2 weeks ago it was awarding Bob Dylan the Nobel Prize for Literature, The New York Times has been tying itself up in politically correct conniption fits.

The Times has been spinning the news in their own way: That Dylan’s silence over the matter somehow shows ungratefulness. Worse, The Times’ implication has for 2 weeks been that the Nobel Prize for Literature rather should go to some unknown (unworthy) who would therefore be thrust into the world’s spotlight to illuminate this or that passing cause to us unlearned masses.

They even published an opinion piece: “Why Bob Dylan Shouldn’t Have Gotten A Nobel”

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/13/opinion/why-bob-dylan-shouldnt-have-gotten-a-nobel.html?_r=0

Read it. It says, in part, the Nobel committee should have given the award to an “underrepresented” group, or for example, an “online” writer.

(Note to Times: These are the types of articles that turn people into Trumpsters.)

You mean, someone irrelevant. Someone who hasn’t changed millions of lives or made countless impacts across all spectrums of peoples and races across the world? Dylan’s music still inspires millions of fans and wannabe musicians.

The Nobel Prize was first awarded over a century ago and was given for a writer’s body of work over their lifetime.

The Nobel is not – as The Times and other Politically Correct Revisionists would have it – an award given to push this year’s favorite cause celebre’.

Anyone – anyone – who knows Dylan’s work knows the great influence books and literature had on him as a lyricist and comprehends how much he deserves this Nobel award – No matter the unconventional, out-of-left-field manner in which it came about.

Anyone who knows Bob Dylan knows the impact his work has had across the world: In politics, film, literature, art, fashion and music.

Organizations like The New York Times with their blindered writers and editorial boards can go back to Youtube or somewhere else and watch that singular event in July 1965 at the Newport Folk Festival when Dylan shocked audiences with his messy, raucous electric performance of “Like A Rolling Stone” and changed the face of rock and roll forever.

That’s what artists do. They shake things up. They do the unexpected. They do NOT conform to the standards that the media or business demands from them. And that it what Bob Dylan has been doing for over 50 years as an artist.

And if The New York Times doesn’t like it, they can write their own protest song.

And we’ll bet it won’t get a Nobel Prize.

 

 

Melania Trump – Like Husband – Has Trouble With Truth, Takes Down Her Website

After Melania Trump’s much-ballyhooed and botched RNC speech in which she was not only caught lying to NBC beforehand about writing it herself, then stealing Michelle Obama’s words and personal values and using them as her own, she has now been forced to take down her personal website which has long purported that she earned a university degree.

Long ago reporters had contacted the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia and confirmed that Melania Trump had dropped out after one year of lackluster performance to hit the fashion runways of Milan before becoming the THIRD wife of Donald Trump.

(Yes, Trump is the prototypical “Trade-in your old wife for the newer model” billionaire.)

Melania has since touted herself as a role model for immigrants.

As if every Third World economic refugee can marry a delusional despot billionaire wanna-be US President…

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No one really cares if Melania Trump ever earned a BA. But isn’t it just like a Trump to bolster your resume by throwing another lie on the pile, then try to cover it up by taking down the website under a dubious explanation after you’ve been caught?

 

Melania Trump Quotes “The Enemy” – Obama

Can anything be worse than using your enemies words as your own?

That’s what happened with the Trumps Monday night during the US Republican Convention when Melania Trump had a speech to give but used – word for word – quotes that Michelle Obama had used in her speech to Democrats in 2008.

What made it worse was Mrs. Trump was using the stolen words as statements of personal values she and her reprehensible husband Donald Trump supposedly hold dear.

Donald Trump has been lying throughout this campaign so it should be no surprise that the speechwriters he hired for his wife’s most important appearance before the American public should steal the words and thoughts and statements from the Obamas.

Plagiarism is the theft of written material.

It is no surprise that Trump’s campaign has denied and denied that there is even any plagiarism. Major news outlets have the Melania/Michelle speeches side-by-side making it clear Mrs. Trump’s words are theft.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/jul/19/melania-trump-republican-convention-plagiarism-michelle-Obama

How can reasonable voters believe that once in the presidential office that Donald Trump can be trusted with the most menial of tasks?

Well, that’s why it’s only the unreasonable, delusional voters who are totally behind the juvenile-like wombat Donald Trump.