What did the Clearasil pad say to Manuel Noriega?
Though he’s annoyed me for years, I wish nothing but the best for Robin Williams, who’s recovering from heart surgery
. Doctors predict a full recovery.
With that in mind, I think it’s only fair that Williams be forced to endure himself mincing at his bedside, re-telling stale jokes about Mr. T and Nancy Reagan. I bet he’s relieved his doctor wasn’t wearing a clown nose.
“I got some great new material for the tour and can’t wait to get back on the road,” he said. “I’m thinking the next leg of the tour will be `Weapons of Self-Destruction and Reconstruction.’ “
Paging Patch Adams!
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In case you wondered where the party was Friday night:
Joe (the Plumber) was all hot and bothered over the standing ovation he received as he walked on stage to accept accolades from the top liberal media watchdog. Lee Greenwood’s GOP country classic “God Bless the USA” boomed overhead as Joe, wearing blue jeans, a black t-shirt and a flannel shirt unbuttoned to his navel, strolled on stage.
After declaring he was horny, Joe mumbled a few other things about being the “token redneck” and the media loving him, and then sat back down in a sea of conservative luminaries that included G. Gordon Liddy, former Attorney General Ed Meese, radio talk show host Mark Levin, Fox News’ Brit Hume and former House speaker (for half a minute) Bob Livingston.