Memo to Jimmy Fallon: You're no David Letterman

How sweet.


You had a chance but blew it

With Trump as your guest;

You could have made him rue it,

And challenged him at best.

Instead, you failed to do it,

So he ‘d let his hair be messed.


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  • He's no Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers, Steven Colbert, Trevor Noah, or Johnny Carson* either. But he does do his job of putting people to sleep at 11:37 p.m. ET/PT, 10:37 Central.

    Chef 4000 Calorie RD and ¼kimzen are going to complain that Letterman was too easy on the Clintons. Tough Noogies to those trolls.

    *Sometimes the Antenna TV ones are interesting. The other night there was a real catty one with Joan Rivers (I assume before the feud) with such stuff as Princess Di was so young because she had to be a virgin, but what is she going to say, that she fell off a horse? Johnny then talked about how Queen Elizabeth would have to teach her how to be queen. Sad that all of them are dead.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Blessed are the peacemakers!!

    In Other News: Isolated paranoid Kim Jack-un replaces 911 on speed dial with M.O.M...declares snow as best late night television.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Somebody doesn't like the Black Lives Matter movement, like the police union. They think that someone searching for black votes really has an answer for violence in Chicago.

    In Other News, ¼kimzenun shows he is mentally derranged, as he just insulted a Trump supporter,the Darling Dictator of North Korea. Mr. GIGO won't go to the hospital to have his Trump constipation eased with some Fleet's phosphate, but prefers brown eyeballs and the feces backing up to where his brain used to fill his cranium.

    You want to keep flaming me, TROLL, bring it on. Your mommy can't save you now, no matter how much you cry from your bassinet. She'll realize that 3 year olds should not have a web enabled device.

  • In reply to jack:

    My O' my Jack. That's quite a tantrum, it appears the wheels are really coming off your little yellow bus.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Oh, poor 4nelsonmuntz was found to be wearing his mother's underwear.

    It also seems from the time stamp that 4drumpf was posting when he should have been taking a nappy in his crib.

    In the meantime, I'm going to give you a challenge in the language you gave me in the prior post. I'm not retracting until you prove that you are not insane. That includes psychosis, schizophrenia, obsessive-compulsive personality disorder, paranoid personality disorder. dissociative disorders, Tourette's syndrome, and everything else on the Web MD list (all 3 pages). In the meantime, be sure to take your Risperidone, or otherwise you will be a danger to yourself.

    BTW, your brain is now running on empty. You can't come up with an original insult. I sure can. I have more stored up.

    Have a good, medicated weekend, while your mommy keeps you away from a web connected device #hypocrite.

  • AW, sorry about that, but when 4Assad breaks a truce and drops a chemical weapon, 4Assad should expect a response.

  • As foul mouth Jack continues to play the fool someone plays brilliant!

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Breaking News: 4drumpf lied about not being paid by Breitbart.

    The National Institutes of Mental Health points out that children, like ¼kimzenun, can suffer mental illnesses like bipolar disorder, which the Institutes classify as a "a serious mental illness." "Children and teens with bipolar disorder should get treatment. With help, they can manage their symptoms and lead successful lives." For instance, the government says that Advocate Hospitals can serve you.

    However, it appears that ¼kimzenun's mommy is too busy holding him over the toidy, hoping that the Trump constipation finally passes, to consider getting help for her baby. However, the real issue is that she has to get the smartphone away from him so she can go to walmart dot com and order a supply of Parent's Choice - Diapers Value Pack, since widdle ¼kimzenun is not of sufficient mental age to use Pull-Ups Learning Designs Training Pants for Boys, and is scared by the picture of Lightning McQueen (obviously an LGBQ character) on the package. Of course, mommy can't buy him the Parent's Choice with the black baby on the package.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Nice try at a spin. But he was a birther for 5 years. He acted out of expediency and as usual manipulated the media. Of course, your fearless hero was afraid to take questions. But they'll come in the debates. He can run but he can't hide.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    "But anyone who knows Trump well, and has followed him through his decades of fame, knows Donald Trump is never just what you see on the surface. A master manipulator, he has always played every angle—bullying or flattering, and then suddenly changing directions—in order to gain an advantage. As often as not he keeps his true intentions to himself, and if his latest skirmish with Fox News is any indication, he is still a few steps ahead of everyone else. Having entered a new game that calls for seeking attention in a crowed room—modern day politics—Trump is proving that his skills are transferrable."

    Michael D'Antonio

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    And yet if you read that exact quote about Alexander III of Macedon you would marvel at it. You just proved the point I've been making for a year and a half.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Whoa! Don't go there. Comparing Trump to Alexander the Great is beyond the pale. Besides, Alex was a dictator.

    What exactly is the point you've been making?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    That Trump has what it takes to be Prez.

    I didn't compare, it's your quote and the attributes it contains are what's needed in strong leaders. Art of war.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    This seems to be the first time in American history that being psychotic or appealing to psychotics is "what it takes to be Prez." Those attending Trump rallies cheer when he calls them deplorables, thinking they will get jobs on Despicable Me, but the Minions have that all sewed up, so they go home unemployed and frustrated, vowing to vote for the candidate, anatomically correctly portrayed as having a Vienna Beef cocktail frank.

    In the meantime, someone's mommy told him he can stay up for the Cubs game, but has to drink his formula and go beddie bye at 4:30 p.m.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    BTW, 4zen, have you, lemming-like, followed your hero's lead? Do you now concede that Obama is legitimate?

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Obama is legitimately a lot of things, to which are you referring? Arguing birtherism doesn't effectively point out the failed assumptions in American Progressivism, but if he had been born elsewhere I'd take the technicality for the good of the country.

    Lately you've you taken to qualifiers in your language that are unlike you Aquinas, more like our socially unfit friend. Are you experiencing some new stress you would like to discuss? There's no reason these boards can't be used for convalescing.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    Are you no longer a birther? "Surely you're enjoying some of the benefits of American Progressivism or do you want to repeal it all?

    BTW, my friend, when is your hero going to release his taxes? What a crock of you know what.

  • less than¼brainleft is the one in the magenta shirt in accurate portrait. Mommy's going to get you help, sonny boy.

  • BREAKING NEWS: Bondi check signed 4 days before Sentinel report! L.A Times Trump +7! Hillary says NY 'bombings' to early to be called a bomb?....idiot!

    In Other News: Study finds Kim Jack-un to have more fat on mouth than fat bear has azz.

  • In reply to 4zen:

    For your mother's benefit, and since you won't click on the links, I'll provide a description of your mental health insurance benefits:

    Health Insurance and Mental Health Services
    Q: How does the Affordable Care Act help people with mental health issues?

    Answer: The Affordable Care Act provides one of the largest expansions of mental health and substance use disorder coverage in a generation, by requiring that most individual and small employer health insurance plans, including all plans offered through the Health Insurance Marketplace cover mental health and substance use disorder services. Also required are rehabilitative and habilitative services that can help support people with behavioral health challenges. These new protections build on the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 (MHPAEA) provisions to expand mental health and substance use disorder benefits and federal parity protections to an estimated 62 million Americans.

    Because of the law, most health plans must now cover preventive services, like depression screening for adults and behavioral assessments for children, at no additional cost. And, as of 2014, most plans cannot deny you coverage or charge you more due to pre-existing health conditions, including mental illnesses.

    Q: Does the Affordable Care Act require insurance plans to cover mental health benefits?

    Answer: As of 2014, most individual and small group health insurance plans, including plans sold on the Marketplace are required to cover mental health and substance use disorder services. Medicaid Alternative Benefit Plans also must cover mental health and substance use disorder services. These plans must have coverage of essential health benefits, which include 10 categories of benefits as defined under the health care law. One of those categories is mental health and substance use disorder services. Another is rehabilitative and habilitative services. Additionally, these plans must comply with mental health and substance use parity requirements, as set forth in MHPAEA, meaning coverage for mental health and substance abuse services generally cannot be more restrictive than coverage for medical and surgical services.
    ...Q: Does Medicaid cover mental health or substance use disorder services?

    Answer: All state Medicaid programs exit disclaimer icon provide some mental health services and some offer substance use disorder services to beneficiaries, and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) beneficiaries receive a full service array. These services often include counseling, therapy, medication management, social work services, peer supports, and substance use disorder treatment.

    Anyone so deranged as to continually repeat the Kim insult, knowing that is an insult aimed at a dictator who does not brook sarcasm is in obvious need of some mental health assistance. Mommy, please look at your policy, and get your poor baby some help. A quick search shows places where your child can get needed assistance. Please give them a call Mrs. Zen.

    Thank you, and may we pray that your son recovers. It is going to be a long road ahead.

  • In reply to jack:

    He won't apply. Like the hero he worships, he must be against Big Government. Of course, he's for Trump's expansion of the military, his building of a wall along the Mexican border that Mexico will pay for [dream on], and immigration policies that would expand the power of the federal government.

  • In reply to Aquinas wired:

    Here, here.*

    However, since he claimed in one of his "I hate Obama" rants to be insured, it is either that he or his guardian is afraid to present him at an intake facility, or that someone will notify the local police dept. crisis intervention counselor, who will haul him to the emergency room.**

    His hero may have given Dr. Oz his lab results, but not a complete psychiatric assessment.
    *But if he were merely against Big Government, he would be for Gary Johnson and forswear the the militant anarchist garbage. At least the Libertarian party is mellow.

    **I called the police to do a well being check for someone who ended a phone call with "I'm gonna commit suicide." I thought, in good conscience and in the context, that I couldn't let that lie. The police officer called an ambulance and told me to meet him at the emergency room to sign her in. After about 4 hours sitting around and being interviewed by the psychiatric social worker, the bottom line was that while she is mentally ill and admitted what she said on the phone, they couldn't admit her to the hospital unless she was entirely delusional or had the means to commit suicide, neither of which I could say. In our subject's case, his writing shows that he meets the "entirely delusional so as to be schizophrenic" test. I am entirely serious about that.

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