Clips from “THE VIEW”/ABC and “FOX AND FRIENDS”/FNC (Fair Use)
*I’ve decided to add my opinion, which is I think Jeanine Pirro was primarily mad because when Whoopie Goldberg had finally had enough – (and to be clear, for the two segments before I pick it up Jeanine Pirro was incredibly hostile with almost no pushback) – the audience immediately took Whoopie’s side, cheering loudly when she spoke so forcefully about what she didn’t like about Trump. I think it embarrassed Pirro and that that’s what made her so angry.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
What do you mean Trump and Putin are meeting again?
“He’s either compromised by Putin or he’s a pussy, in which case he should grab himself.”
“So if you’re watching this live right now, I’ll see your crazy ass in hell.”
The 911 solution to white people calling 911 for black people existing near them:
One of the best Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers songs as soundtrack to one of the most frustrating things I’m forced to endure: waiting for the daily White House Press Briefing. (The video is as hopelessly boring as my wait is, but the song is awesome. And, again, I was B-O-R-E-D.)
From the second I first saw the ST opening sequence I thought of the brilliant Seven Nation Army video & wondered if I was right about how similar they were.
In deciding to compare them I found myself also putting together a little, hastily made promo for you; vastly disarming myself in my ability to use cool clips because of your extreme anti-spoiler mindset.
But the main question remains: how do the 7NA video & ST opening sequence compare? Was it just me?
(I realized it might actually be difficult to tell them apart, so for your assistance, here’s the money shot of the ST Op Seq, twice as fast as its normal speed & with the last few seconds chopped off.)
And here’s my quickly made comparison vid turned sorta-promo, which I’m calling Eleven Nation Army, because our hero’s name is 11, due to the tattoo on her inner wrist.
And now… Eleven Nation Army