Sky News
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It would be hard for a Vlad to make it. It is Saturday! And the other guy, I think he is in Pennsylvania. Because he can't take a joke! This is a reminder of serious challenges ahead
Daily Express - Diets
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SARAH MILLICAN has always been one to joke about her weight and diet in the past, but in her most recent posts on Instagram and Twitter the comedian from South Shields has been flaunting a much slimmer figure, and has revealed the diet to go with it.
Mashable
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"I think he's in Pennsylvania because he can't take a joke." Hasan Minhaj didn't skimp on the humor during his 25-minute address at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner. Although he was asked to avoid ribbing the new administration since Trump broke with tradition in not attending and the rest of his royal court followed suit the Daily Show correspondent couldn't help himself. Minhaj served up his many jabs at Trump and the attending news organizations with a side of Real Talk. As a Daily Show correspondent an arbiter of actual, intentional fake news he brings a uniquely outsider perspective to the apparent disconnect in 2017 between the news media and its audience. Read more... More about White House Correspondents Dinner , Hasan Minhaj , Tv , Entertainment , and Entertainment
Mashable
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"I think he's in Pennsylvania because he can't take a joke." Hasan Minhaj didn't skimp on the humor during his 25-minute address at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner. Although he was asked to avoid ribbing the new administration since Trump broke with tradition in not attending and the rest of his royal court followed suit the Daily Show correspondent couldn't help himself. Minhaj served up his many jabs at Trump and the attending news organizations with a side of Real Talk. As a Daily Show correspondent an arbiter of actual, intentional fake news he brings a uniquely outsider perspective to the apparent disconnect in 2017 between the news media and its audience. Read more... More about White House Correspondents Dinner , Hasan Minhaj , Tv , Entertainment , and Entertainment
Washington Free Beacon
an hour
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) didn't appear to take kindly to comedian Bill Maher calling her "Pocahontas" to her face, a reference to President Trump's derogatory nickname for her. During an interview on HBO's "Real Time" that aired Friday, Maher criticized Trump's tax plan as favoring the wealthy and asked Warren why more working-class people still backed Trump and weren't with the Democratic Party. "They're still with him. They're not with you," he said. "Explain to me what that disconnection is." "Actually, I'm going to push back. I disagree with you," Warren said. "When you talk—" "Well, his fans are not with you," Maher shot back. "Come on. They don't like you, Pocahontas." He grinned and his left-leaning crowd laughed, but Warren didn't smile or even acknowledge the joke, moving on with her remarks about the progressive agenda. Trump frequently refers to Warren as "Pocahontas" as a jab at her supposed Native American ancestry.
Sky News
2 hours
Because he can't take a joke. This is a reminder of serious challenges ahead. The Pope has intervened, calling for a mediator
Washington Free Beacon
6 hours
The joke is, obviously, that all the questions posed in the lyrics are ones that any well-catechized child could answer. I remember my mother, a rap fan, telling me that it was a Very, Very Bad Song. The Sundays, who are almost as underrated as Sixpence, wrote about fornication with the world-weary nostalgia of penitents who haven't quite arrived at their firm amendment of purpose. "Summertime," for example, drenches the charging, insistent vocal in guilty reverb. It's the three-minute single equivalent of the Wife of Bath saying, "Unto this day it dooth myn herte boote / That I have had my world as in my tyme." But that's all very heady stuff. The real point about Sixpence is not where they fit in to the sociology of Christian decline but the fact that their songs are delightful. It isn't fashionable to say so, but that's true of so many things.
ITV
7 hours
You didn't want to do Little Britain, to start with. No. I didn't get it. I said, 'It's very funny but it's all one joke'. My agent said, 'Do it, you never know. If it's not successful, it's not going to get made'. And it was. It was. It was absolutely amazing. I ended up doing part of the live tour in Australia and all sorts
BBC News - Top Stories
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Sky News
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It is Saturday. And the other guy, I think he is in Pennsylvania. Cossie can't take a joke. This is a reminder of serious challenges ahead. On the papal plane..
Sky News
8 hours
a woman, which is her real name, the whole story might sound a bit like a joke. She says she was the woman who hunted down this thief and that Tom Hardy has stolen the limelight from her. She is calling on him to confess that he had nothing to do.
Voice Of America
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“They (the studio) hated Brando. They thought he mumbled and they hated the film. ... It was very dark,” Coppola said. Brando went on to win an Oscar for his performance. Pacino too short Newcomer Pacino had to screen testcountless times” for the role of Michael, the college-educated son who takes charge of the Corleone business of casinos, gambling and racketeering. Studio bosses though he was too short and wanted to cast Robert Redford or Ryan O’Neal. Yet Coppola persevered because “every time I read the script, I always saw his (Pacino’s) face, especially in the scenes in Sicily.” Pacino said he originally wanted the part of the hot-headed son, Sonny, and thought Coppola “was really nuts” about wanting him to play Michael. “I thought this is either a dream or a joke ... and then started the whole trial of them not wanting me and Francis wanting me,” Pacino recalled.
BBC News 24
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for Vlad to make it. Vlad can't just make it on Saturday, it's a Saturday! As for the other guy, I think is in Pennsylvania because he can't take a joke. Joining us now from Washington is Anneke Green, a former speech writer for George W Bush. Anneke was there at the Correspondents' Dinner. You are still in your address because you were at that dinner. Was it strange not having the President that? It.
Voice Of America
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“We’ve got to address the elephant that’s not in the room,” Minhaj, who plays a correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show, told the crowd. “The leader of our country is not here. And that’s because he lives in Moscow. It’s a very long flight. As for the other guy, I think he’s in Pennsylvania because he can’t take a joke.” He also joked about Trump, despite organizerswishes, saying he did so to honor U.S. constitutional protection of free speech: “Only in America can a first-generation, Indian-American Muslim kid get on this stage and make fun of the president.” Trump in Pennsylvania Trump was indeed in Pennsylvania, having scheduled a rally in Harrisburg to mark his 100th day in office. He began his remarks with a lengthy if familiar attack on the news media while dismissing the dinner and its participants. “A large group of Hollywood actors and Washington media are consoling each other in a hotel ballroom in our nation’s capital right now,” Trump said.
Politico
10 hours
Freedom of the press is a building block of our democracy. Undermining that by seeking to delegitimize journalists is dangerous to a healthy republic.” But the real heat came from comedian Hasan Minhaj, who pulled few punches despite saying that he was asked to avoid criticizing Trump and the administration in absentia. Mason disputed that during Minhaj’s performance. “The leader of our country is not here, and that's because he lives in Moscow,” Minhaj said. “It's a very long flight, it's a Saturday. As for the other guy, I think he's in Pennsylvania because he can't take a joke.” Minhaj also laced into Trump's aides and Cabinet members, referring to chief strategist Steve Bannon as a Nazi, calling press secretary Sean Spicer a Holocaust denier, and implying that attorney general Jeff Sessions is racist. The Daily Show comedian went after the media as well, mocking CNN, MSNBC, Huffington Post and Fox News as he implored journalists to hold the president accountable.
ABC News - United States
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Politico
11 hours
Comedian Hasan Minhaj on Saturday slammed the Trump administration during an edgy performance at the White House Correspondents' Dinner, calling him the “liar-in-chief.” Minhaj joked on a range of Trump-related topics, from his alleged connections to Russia to his early morning tweeting. He also called chief strategist Steve Bannon a “Nazi”, said press secretary Sean Spicer is a Holocaust denier and implied that attorney general Jeff Sessions is racist. “The leader of our country is not here, and that's because he lives in Moscow,” Minhaj said. “It's a very long flight, it's a Saturday. As for the other guy, I think he's in Pennsylvania because he can't take a joke.” He made these jokes despite, he said, being asked to avoid criticizing Trump and the administration in absentia. White House Correspondents' Association chief Jeff Mason disputed that during Minhaj’s performance The comedian also made jokes at the media’s expense, from Rachel Maddow’s overselling of her scoop on Trump’s taxes to CNN’s overuse of “breaking newstaglines.
PerezHilton
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WHCD by videosuploaded5566 We're sooooo glad Donald Trump didn't spoil the White House Correspondents' Dinner ! Hasan Minhaj hosted the, well, weird night, and he delivered some jokes -- and that included a good handful of ones about Trump even though he didn't want to be involved. He touched on Russia, Trump's NUMEROUS problems with the press, and all the issues facing minorities and basically everyone Trump is attacking. The comedian also took some time to roast the Trump kids who have foolishly supported their dad just because he's that, their dad. But our fave part had to be Minhaj calling out Trump as a liar because that is straight up what he is! It's not even a joke! So unless you are Trump himself, watch and enjoy the roasting (above)!
Sky News
16 hours
he would get roasted, and he doesn't like the press, he thinks they just gave out fake news all the time! It is really unusual for a president not to turn up to that, even though the joke is usually on them? Yeah, it reflects how hostile that relationship is with the media
PerezHilton
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What a disaster. As we reported, the Fyre Festival , which was supposed to be held over this weekend on the island of Exumas on the Bahamas, turned out to be a complete joke . Guests expecting a luxury trip arrived to disaster relief tents for accommodations, broken sewer pipes, and bread and cheese for food. Related: The Best Tweets & Memes Clowning On The Festival! Ja Rule , one of the organizers, has taken some of the responsibility for their lack of preparedness. Now, the rapper's co-organizer Billy McFarland is explaining what went wrong. In a piece published for Rolling Stone , the 25-year-old entrepreneur says he hopes to make it up for their guests next year with free admission. As for how this year's went so wrong, he details the conditions weren't perfect to start with: "The Exumas didn't have a really great infrastructure – there wasn't a great way to get guests in here – we were a little bit ambitious.
Sky News
a day
Jeff, a little bit more on the food at Downing Street in a moment. That was a joke, incidentally, by Jean-Claude Juncker. I will explain more on that later. But the essence today was about rubber-stamping. This was about the 27 in.
Vanity Fair
a day
Tina Fey, Ellie Kemper, Tituss Burgess, and more debut the latest season of their Netflix sitcom—and give some insight about what to expect from the show this year.
The Free Thought Project
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Oregon laws make it illegal for anyone who isnt a licensed engineer to criticize the state’s methods for timing traffic lights, according to a lawsuit.
Channel 4
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sounds like it could be the basis of a joke, what did the thin and Paul say to the man on number two? Absolutely nothing. It looked like Lewis made a couple of little mistakes. If you can get rid of them, he will still be in the.