“What’s the deal with airplane food?” he joked, hoping for laughter and warmth, but only receiving quiet. “Congress, right? What’s up with them?” Silence again. “Isn’t it funny that men and women have different tendencies?” It was a tough crowd, Borgon thought.
Knock knock. Who’s there? George Zimmerman. George Zimmerman who? All right. Good. You’re on the Jury.
A little HyperVentilation on Daniel Tosh and rape jokes.
During a round of karaoke at Orlando, Florida’s O’Shucks Bar, former N*Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick stepped up to sing his decade-old hit “Bye Bye Bye” — and changed the lyrics a bit. Instead of “Baby, bye bye bye,” the 40-year-old sang, “Baby, f**k her ass.” It ain’t no lie.
Rep. Barney Frank apologized for his ill-timed cringe-inducing Trayvon Martin quip during his address to the graduates of University of Massachusetts Dartmouth on Sunday. The retiring representative, referring to the hooded academic robe that civil rights leader Hubie Jones had just received, said: “You now have a hoodie you can wear and no one will shoot at you.” His comment elicited nervous laughter.
Next up: A quick set at Ha-Ha’s in Cleveland.
President Obama threw down a 15-minute set on Saturday night — “I had a lot more material prepared, but I have to get the Secret Service home in time for their new curfew” — and landed with just about every joke he told. From Texts from Hillary Clinton to the idiotic dog-meat scandal to VP Biden to Sarah Palin to the GOP presidential race, the president poked fun at himself and his guests with ease.