Awful news to see trending on twitter. But unfortunately another Hollywood Legend and Icon has left us. Don Rickles was the king of insult comedy. It didn’t matter who you were, what you did, or where you came from. Don Rickles would treat everyone the same with his shtick. It was quick, lethal, and funny. Very funny.
I could go on and on about all the performances, films, and of course Tonight Show appearances. But it wouldn’t do the man justice. So instead, please soak in his greatness with these clips.
ITV-Theresa May has become embroiled in a row over an Easter egg hunt, saying a decision not to mention the religious festival in the title is “absolutely ridiculous”. Chocolate giant Cadbury and the National Trust are running a spring event at around 300 of the conservation charity’s properties called the Cadbury Egg Hunt. The word Easter is mentioned several times on the National Trust webpage promoting the hunts, but does not feature in the event logo. The prime minister has joined the Archbishop of York in condemning the move. Mrs May, who is a vicar’s daughter and a member of the National Trust, told ITV News: “I think the stance they’ve taken is absolutely ridiculous and I don’t know what they’re thinking about. “Easter’s very important. It’s important to me, it’s a very important festival for the Christian faith for millions across the world. “So I think what the National Trust is doing is frankly just ridiculous.”
Yah! Lets Go! I am so fired up right now! Literally so much energy flowing throughout my body as I type this. Finally, we have two hero’s willing to stand-up against the heathens who get a thrill out of a private company kinda removing a religious holiday from their marketing and public relations strategy. The BALLS on the Cadbury people to even try that. This isn’t gonna happen on PM May’s watch you godless freaks! These out of touch elites don’t even understand the significance of the egg hunt. Scoff, and roll your eyes all you want. Because I’m gonna kick down some safe spaces so you cretins get it. It’s that by children simply looking for these chocolate plastic wrapped eggs, they automatically understand the immerse significance of the resurrection of Christ. Without fighting and racing each-other to fill their baskets, how on earth are they suppose to understand the foundation of their faith? Nobody understands this meaning about Easter. People think it’s just a random attachment to an old-folklore, they might be right…but do they really understand the faith? Only time will tell.
This is one of the most outrageous and remarkable things I’ve ever seen. I’m actually stunned. How on earth does any professional league allow people from their couch make video review calls? Congratulations LPGA you have the most irresponsible idea ever created! First off, this has to be some degenerate gambler phoning in. That’s the only somewhat sane explanation I can come up with, otherwise this is the biggest LOSER on the planet. This weirdo actually saved this clip on their DVR for over a day. I can already picture this guy rewinding and replaying the tape like he’s Costner in JFK, really believing they found some wild news to become outraged about. Instead he cost someone a title, and a huge amount of cash. For what? Moving a ball a millimeter over from where it was? Like this angle doesn’t actually show anything! This call is so bad that even gambling sites aren’t taking the bets on this.
And what the hell is going on at the LPGA? With the thousands of rules I imagine that Golf has, giving the people at home a voice this powerful? Literally people can just dial-up an email or a phone-call and sink someone’s chances? This is literally a sport where serial liars and exaggerators about their own game run rampant, but somehow you trust them over your rules committee to find and install infractions on PROFESSIONALS. I thought the NFL was the worst when it came to the video replay, but instead we finally found rock bottom. The only saving grace of this whole thing. Is that this moron at home doing his investigation, reminded me of the Keith Hernandez Seinfeld moment.