The pussygrabber in chief said this Tuesday:
North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. He has been very threatening – beyond a normal statement – and as I said they will be met with fire, fury and frankly power the likes of which the world has never seen before.
We are probably now closer to nuclear war than we’ve been since the Cuban Missile Crisis, or that time in the 1980s that no one told you about. So expect the pump truppets to tell you this:
Oh, yeah. That won’t work.
Some of these explosions are a mile from ground zero. My Washington address is about halfway between the Capitol and the White House. That’s ground zero. Pulling a tablecloth over my head isn’t going to work.
Thanks, pump truppets.
This got lost the shuffle of last week’s insanity:
Animation legend June Foray, the voice of both Rocky the Squirrel (of Rocky and Bullwinkle) and Natasha (of Boris and Natasha), has died at 99.
Her New York Times obituary is fascinating—apparently the woman could do nearly any voice requested of her, was basically the female Mel Blanc and was known in the business as “First Lady of Animated Voicing”:
I grew up on many of these voices:
From “The Dark Knight Returns”:
This has been out for a while, but I just saw it this weekend. I still have the original Frank Miller comics from 1986 (31 years? No way!)
The best part of the comic was this fight, which, as you can tell, was completely ripped off in “Batman v. Superman.”
Oh, and the person giving Clark orders …
This was the movie “Batman v. Superman” should have been.
Now, if I have this right, the Orange Babyman’s son had a meeting with Natasha Fatale to get dirt on Hillary. But Natasha and Boris, being spies, turned the tables on Babyman Jr. and have, as a result revealed that Babyman’s campaign was relying on Russian information to throw the election to the self confessed pussy grabber.
I believe it went something like this:
Any by now, you figured out Babyman’s son also goes by the name Bullwinkle and the goof gas had a negligible affect on him. (It didn’t bother him much, either.)
It does feel cold these days.
Makes sense. The moon is made of green cheese. Surely you remember this: