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Oh that Jesse Watters! He sure is a scamp! In this latest installment of “Watters’s World” (PARTY TIME, EXCELLENT!), Jesse takes to Central Park to find millennials who want the government to provide its citizens with all kinds of FREE STUFF. You know, because they are so very entitled and whatnot.

The segment included Watters wandering about, asking entitled millennials what sort of ENTITLEMENT programs the government should provide, and then insisting that some guy he just met was totally high on all the marijuana, probably because he had long hair. You know, because conservative humor just hasn’t really evolved much past Bob Hope making fun of hippies back in 1967.

Here are some of the wacky things that Wiley Watters totally tricked these kids into saying they support the government paying for!

  • Single-payer health care — Which would actually be way cheaper for the country as a whole, because the taxes would be less than insurance payments, preventative care would keep people from getting sick in the first place, and we’d be able to bargain down prices from pharmaceutical companies.
  • “Free” College Tuition — Which would result in more people having better jobs, not being in extreme debt, and therefore being able to pay more taxes which could then be used to subsidize college for others.
  • Vasectomies — Any form of birth control is a lot cheaper than a child someone can’t afford to have. Duh.
  • CONDOMS — Oh yes! Godforbid the government ought to have an interest in a very cheap way to prevent unwanted babies and sexually transmitted diseases! Of course, this is already a thing many cities across the country are already doing, with much success.
  • Self-defense classes — We should really be doing this already.
  • A suit for an interview — Actually, one of the most important things that homeless shelters, battered women’s shelters and other non-profits that care for the poor do is to create Working Wardrobes so that those people do have something to wear to interviews and to wear to work. Why? Because in order to get a job in the first place, you have to look presentable at the interview. Plus, people having jobs is a good thing, and it sure seems pretty weird to be SO MAD about all the lazy poor people who supposedly won’t work, but also oppose anything that would help them get a job. We actually already allow tax write-offs for donating clothing to charity, so there you go, Watters. (PS: If you’re doing your spring cleaning, please consider donating your gently used business attire to a Working Wardrobe in your area. It’s actually a lot more helpful than just sending it off to Goodwill.)
  • Food — Emma Goldman once said ““Ask for work. If they don’t give you work, ask for bread. If they do not give you work or bread, then take bread.” Most of us would really prefer to avoid that last step, and thus, yes, we do provide food to the hungry. As appalled as Watters is that the one guy suggests we give poor people vegetables, I don’t think you’ll actually find too many other people out there who consider this anathema.
  • Massage — Obviously this was supposed to be a GOTCHA question, but there are actually a lot of medical reasons for getting massages, as the ENTITLED millennial helpfully pointed out.
  • Exercise equipment and yoga — Many Parks and Rec departments already provide these things at a low cost to taxpayers. It’s a pretty cheap way of keeping the populace healthy!
  • Housing — Yes, subsidized housing is already a thing. As it should be. Because hey! I think we’d all prefer people to be housed rather than out on the street, and giving people subsidized housing is a heck of a lot cheaper and more efficient than dealing with a city full of Hoovervilles.
  • DOPE — One girl, whom Watters was rather aggressively hitting on, said she would support taxpayer funded marijuana. Although given her response, it seems as though she was under the impression that he was asking if it should be legal. But is it a terrible idea? No, not if it’s being used for medicinal purposes!

Clearly, these things are only entirely reprehensible to people like Jesse Watters and Bill O’Reilly, whom we are guessing regularly give themselves sexy falafel rubdowns while thinking about poor people not having homes or food or medical care.

[Salon]

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  • schmannity

    O’Reilly’s Watters broke.

  • JMP

    Yes, these pricks are so vile that they actually think it’s crazy to suggest that people should be entitled to food and housing, the basic needs everyone needs to live, and that the government fulfill its’ most basic job by providing it.. Remember that Mitt Romney also decried believing that people are entitled to them in his infamous 47% speech. That is how evil these folks are, they actually think that people aren’t entitled to food.

  • Callyson
    • schmannity

      Free the grazing cows!

  • FauxAntocles

    The way conservaturds construct their support or non-support for issues seems to be designed to trap anyone who is not them in a social prison. What fucking purpose does this serve?

    • Jonny On Maui

      It creates serfs…

  • ManchuCandidate

    O’Really and his Smithers will be laughing until pigs fly (or at least when the Bangazi! Obamaphones “steal” the election.)

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CJYDYN-UYAA1XUc.jpg

  • Villago Delenda Est

    The utterly rotten apple doesn’t fall very far from the tree, now does it?

  • Oneofthebobs

    I hope Mr Watters is being compensated appropriately for his tremendous contribution. Freeloading dick.

    • arundel

      Seriously, one thing that always crosses my mind when this smug fucko Watters is kicking and mocking poor people- what the fuck does he add to the world? Why does he think he deserves to not suffer from poverty or hunger, that somehow he’s just a better person? A cruel person with no morals and a cretin who makes zero contribution to humanity, a rotten piece of shit. I’d say this to his face if I was ever approached on the street to him, but only after saying “Falafel” repeatedly forty times.

  • OneYieldRegular

    Do any of these Jesse Watters person-in-the-street interviews work out like he expects they will? He’s like a walking, breathing “Kick me!” sign.

  • Tendernob

    I really wish one of the kids had said “Mexico will pay for it.”

  • anwisok

    He seriously talked shit about giving people food? smh. Could someone kindly deliver a food truck of votes and park it on the mouth part of his face?

  • Callyson

    You know, because conservative humor just hasn’t really evolved much past Bob Hope making fun of hippies back in 1967.

    I made it to the 1:58 mark before I had to bail due to extreme boredom…

    https://ihatemallows.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/it-s-not-funny-klaus-and-caroline-34275066-500-281.gif

  • AnOuthouse

    Jesse is a girl’s name. What bathroom does ‘he’ think ‘he’s’ going to use?

  • Antimassacree

    It’s no wonder conservatives are bad at humor. Humor requires finding an unexpected connection between two thoughts that triggers laughter. It is clear Bill-O and Watters are already straining to hold just one thought in mind.

  • Hutch

    I just want to emphasize that what Robyn said about working wardrobes for homeless and battered women’s shelters is SO important! I volunteer at one and a nice interview outfit goes a long ways to making homeless folks feel more confident.

    Watters and BillO are mean, nasty people.

    • sincarne

      There are similar programmes for prom outfits and wedding dresses. While perhaps not as practical, they can also be a really powerful dignity booster for people who are at a disadvantage.

    • Vecciojohn LLC

      Good to hear. Just gave away a load of suits.

      • Jonny On Maui

        post salt mine all the suits went to a shelter.

        • Hutch

          A great thing!

      • Hutch

        You are wonderful!

        • Vecciojohn LLC

          You’ll turn my head if you don’t hush!

  • Tendernob

    I want the military to stop asking for all those free planes and ships.

    • Hutch

      What?!? They should hold a bake sale?!?

      • Vecciojohn LLC

        Maybe set up a table every year at groceries throughout the land.

        “Would you like to buy some Coast Guard Thin Mints?”

        • BearGHAZI

          Those little coast guard boys are so cute

        • aureolaborealis

          I think the Coast Guard is kind of already at the bake sale level.

          The wife of a friend, who was a Coastie, upon hearing about the 9/11 attacks, turned to him and said unironically, “I’m so glad you’re not in the military right now.”

      • natoslug

        Handjobs. Lots and lots of handjobs. Make America’s military mighty with handjobs across America. That way they don’t have to buy all that flour and sugar and whatnot.

        • Hutch

          I’m confused. So, we pay them for these handjobs? And then they can buy their planes and ships.

          • natoslug

            I’m just the ideas man. Someone at the Pentagon will have to work out the details.

          • Whale Chowder

            Someone at the Pentagon will have to work rub out the details.

            FIFY

    • Vecciojohn LLC

      And don’t get me started on NASA and their impious probing of the Heavens.

  • Enfant Terrible

    “Why, I think that Preznit Sanders should give Fox reporters life-time stipends for bags of salted rat dicks.”

  • Tendernob

    I’m torn. On the one hand, I do want free universal health care and free public university education. On the other hand, I’d pay to see Watters trip and fall on his face.

    • janecita

      I’m going to be utterly selfish, I have health insurance and I already paid off my college debt, I’d gladly pay good money, to see him trip and fall hard on his face.

    • Jonny On Maui

      I think you’re confusing necessity/public good with entertainment. There’s no reason you can’t have both.

      Tho unless it’s a free show, artists like to get paid for entertaining. You may be out-of-pocket for that…

    • Socialized healthcare and college would leave us with more discretionary cash to pay for a Jesse Watters faceplant.

      • Pam Hyland

        We could then afford to pay him to do it many times!

    • Naytch

      Shame Jackass was already a show… But Watta’ Douchebro could certainly catch on…

  • Vecciojohn LLC

    Bob Hopeless.

    • Hutch

      Seriously. He was never funny. Even on radio.

      • Tallmutha

        And yet, Dave Thomas as Bob Hope was one of the funniest things ever.

      • bobbert

        Like all good comedians, he had excellent timing, and good writers. He was kind of an asshole politically, but he made me laugh every time I saw him.

  • AnOuthouse

    I went to college with free tuition. (State school, Pell and other grants and scholarships). Whatever happened to free tuition?

    • JMP

      Those seven-figure salaries for the university president, all those deans, and the football and basketball coaches don’t pay for themselves.

    • NoGoodnik

      I did, too, until Reagan was elected, and, then, slowly, year by year, that money started to disappear. And, I had to pay income tax on the money that I did get.

    • OneYieldRegular

      Investors figured out that they could make $$$ by buying and selling bundled student loans, so – BINGO – students started being offered loans instead of grants and scholarships.

      • Objectifer

        Debt that cannot be discharged through bankruptcy also, too. Sweet deal if you can get it.

    • Logic of Color

      Here in SC any kid that gets a 3.0 in high school can get a life scholarship…free 2 years at community college including books. You read that right: South Carolina. My oldest is in it right now.

    • caitifty

      I went to a college with free tuition too! Oh wait, it was in Australia. They were all free. (except for the two private universities in the whole country, one a business school created by Australia’s answer to Donald Trump (who was later incarcerated), and the other a religious university).

  • Antimassacree

    Now Steve Martin managed to make free food funny. Listen and learn, Jesse.

    http://youtu.be/c4IKg2iFvYU

  • Villago Delenda Est

    There is one entitlement that definitely needs to be looked at.

    Inheritance.

    If that entitlement did not exist, we would never have heard of Donald Drumpf, as he’d be the assistant night manger at a White Castle right now.

      • Biff52

        Very good.

    • Hutch

      Or with luck managing a Cinnabon in Omaha?

      • Roadstergal

        Slippin’ Jimmy libelz!!

    • jviscont1

      Ah, the estate tax elimination. The Holy Grail of the GOP.

      • Villago Delenda Est

        Jefferson considered the Estate Tax to be his most important contribution to the United States. He wanted to prevent the accumulation of wealth over centuries that, in his view, made Europe such a wretched place, created so much misery for the vast majority of people, and was the major obstacle in the way of liberty, equality, and fraternity.

        He was of course denounced as a Jacobin for his beliefs.

    • ThePuckStopsHere

      Yeah, but he’d be the best and classiest asst mgr at that White Castle.

    • Zippy W Pinhead

      Gold Castle

      FIFY

    • mailman27

      He’d look awesome in a hair net.

      • Blank Ron

        Do you really think a net could hold that thing on his head?

  • Scooby

    Things Watters is totally cool with the government giving you:
    Hellfire missile up your ass
    20 years in prison for pot possession
    Free bullets from cops guns
    Lead tainted water
    Free trip to Mexico for mom & dad forever
    Untreated TB

    • yyyaz

      Maybe he should get on that sweet Uncle Sugartit for a mostly-paid-for tour of duty vacation on the front lines of whatever brown country we are killing the locals in.

  • beavertank

    Jesse Watters looks like the kind of hideous caricature that gets put into shooting galleries as a way to entice people to play.

  • Scooby

    This guy is the poster child for why we can’t have nice things. That and birth control.

  • Tallmutha

    Trying to imagine the sort of viewer to whom this is entertaining, I find myself favoring government-supported euthanasia, not necessarily consensual.

    • arglebargle

      So consensual in a Cosby sort of way?

  • jviscont1

    I would snark that Watters reminds me of my late, crazy elderly uncle, but he’d take that as a compliment.

  • Msmlg1979

    My douchebro stepbro made a “funny” the other day about his very stubborn, but freakin’ adorable, little daughter: “She’s very entitled. She’s a Bernie Voter.” This is a 34-year-old father of 3, who is living with my Dad and Stepmother, usually jobless, and even when he isn’t living there, they still support him, and his daughters on their pitiful retirement. It was all I could do to keep my poker face, and keep the family peace.

    • hollydturner

      I think my fist would have taken on a life of its own.

    • jviscont1

      wait until he finds out the 19th amendment gave women a vote.

    • AntiDerpomeme

      I’m heartened to think that she’ll probably grow up annoying the everlovong bejeezus out of her idiot father.

      • Msmlg1979

        I hope all 3 of them do. I dig those girls.

        • Jonny On Maui

          With your watchful eye over them, there is no fear…

          • proudgrampa

            Indeed.

          • Celeste Sanchez

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          • Paul

            Except on his part over all those recently filled holes in her back yard.

    • jviscont1

      So stepbro is living off of Social Security hand me downs and maybe some defined benefit pension money. He should lick Bernie’s boots clean.

    • Iron Monkey

      Sounds like stepbro is playing the grandparents deal–maybe I am a jerk but you don’t want your adorable grandchildren to not have a secure place to live, go hungry, etc. none of which I am willing/able to provide. Thanks so much.

      • Msmlg1979

        You’re smart. That’s it exactly. My sister and he are masters of that game.

    • Hardly Ideal

      Sounds like my elder brother. All the usual arglebargle about moochers with a helping of racist Indian impressions while getting helped a bunch by my sainted mother. And yet, if I’m reading her posts right, his teenage daughter might be a budding bisexual and Bernie voter.

      I think I know that feel when it comes to biting your tongue to keep the peace. It really turns the Book of Faces into a minefield…

      • Msmlg1979

        It does. And you know I have a big mouth. It’s a struggle. But the kids being around helps. I focus on them whenever the adults can’t act like adults.

      • Whale Chowder

        I’ve had to stop following my sister and her adult kids, fundies all. It was just getting too difficult to hold my damn tongue.

    • OneDemin EOr

      You couldn’t, you know, take him out back for a little talk? If he walks funny afterward, you could say he fell down.

      • Msmlg1979

        It may come to it one day.

        • Paul

          Will he dig his own hole?

          • Msmlg1979

            He is pretty nice to me, and in certain ways he’s a good Dad. I want him to get better for the family’s sake. So, I prefer he live.

          • Paul

            I trust your judgement but will keep an eye out for shovels on sale.

          • Msmlg1979

            Good lookin’ out, man!

          • Paul

            I think something may be wrong with your keyboard. Somehow an extra word got inserted in your reply…”out”. :)

          • Msmlg1979

            Hahaha!! You’re right. My mistake. So sorry!

    • Sakonyachen

      I say, “No honest! No peace!”

      And I don’t get many calls from my family, which is very peaceful.

      • Msmlg1979

        I have to deal with some rotten apples to enjoy the good apples. Not gonna miss out on my 5 nieces! Worth it.

        • Sakonyachen

          They still invite me to stuff, they just don’t talk about religion much.

          • Msmlg1979

            I understand. Lone atheist dem in my family. But I do try to respect their right to their beliefs, because I want that same respect for myself.

          • Paul

            This is good and this cartoonist and his rants are excellent. All Wonketteers should check him out.
            http://www.ragingpencils.com/2013/6-24-13-good-god-lets-eat.html

          • Msmlg1979

            Whoever wrote that probably comments here. I know that’s not possible and all. But probably.

          • Paul

            I don’t think so. He’s in his own little world down in Dallas and a very busy guy. Doubt he has the time to wander in here and get waylaid for hours.

            But he certainly is a kindred spirit and would fit right in here. Except, gasp, he allows comments. Not many are as funny as we see here but it’s a pretty small gang ofavid followers.

            Did you bookmark him? It’s worth it 3 times a week. Won’t take long, then you come back here and snark away.

            I even send him money and maple syrup, like I did for babby Donna Rose. Shy and Becca hopefully won’t eat it all. Some folks really deserve our support

          • Msmlg1979

            How do I get money and syrup??

          • Paul

            Oh hell. Sorry. I somehow missed this yesterday. I have a legitimate excuse, being pharmaceutically (sp?) impaired due to a bad back that is acting up in a huge way. Matter of fact, I’m soaking in your tub right now so I can hopefully stand up straight and walk to the car later, for work. I doubt it though.
            Already called the office and bailed…it’s good to be king.

            Now, as far as your “delicious” set up line, nuh-uh. Ain’t goin’ there. My mind isn’t nimble enough to joust with you on that, young lady. I don’t want to end up like Pinkie and the Bidenator.

            Speaking of whom, if I had any computer skills, I too would post a new picture and claim it was me. I was thinking maybe one of Paul Newman. You seem smart, can you help an invalid? Find one from when he was young, please.

          • Msmlg1979

            I’m sorry about your back. I will accept things that pharmaceutically impair me in lieu of money and syrup. Sure, I can help you. Are you posting from a smartphone or a computer?

          • Paul

            What’s a smart phone? Does that provide an inkling of the sort of Luddite you’re dealing with?

          • Msmlg1979

            It’s a phone that is also basically a little computer. Go to Google. Click the images tab. Type in “young Paul Newman”. Pick the one you want. Right click it. This brings up a menu. Click “save picture as”. Name it. Save it in your images. Go to your Discus profile. Click the icon that looks like a little gear in the upper right corner. Click settings. Click profile. Click upload from computer. It will then ask what file you want to choose from-choose pictures or images, not sure what yours will say. If it doesn’t offer that, choose documents, then pictures or images. Find your picture. Upload it. Save your changes. If you get stuck, let me know, but bear with me, I’m at work.

          • Paul

            You’re the best. Thank you.

          • Msmlg1979

            Let me know if it works!

          • Paul

            You’re out of luck re. money but I’d gladly send you a quart of maple goodness . It was a banner year up here for syrup, especially the stuff made from the earlier sap runs in February. My neighbor makes a ton of it and we barter, so don’t tell “Trix but I still have an extra jug (the dark amber stuff with a ton of flavor) in the kitchen after sending two, count ’em, two jugs to Missoula and the charming Donna Rose.

            How though?

          • Msmlg1979

            I’m teasing. No need to send me a thing. ;)

          • Paul

            OK. In lieu, I’ll send good vibes your way next time I’m having French toast floating decadently in a pool of it.

          • Msmlg1979

            Yum!!

          • Sakonyachen

            My situation is similar, but the sad part is I’m not even atheist. I just don’t buy mankind’s interpretation of “God”. My parents are fundies and my sister is devout so we just don’t talk about religion.

          • Msmlg1979

            I feel the same way. I don’t believe in a higher power, but I believe in a higher purpose. I built a chosen family of people I can discuss these things with, and that’s a big part of why I come here. :)

          • Sakonyachen

            It’s sad how people cling to a magic daddy that fixes everything to the extent that they will not have any discussion of doubt. I was just at my folks house yesterday. My dad fell and broke his neck for the second time last year, and it was the fourth neck surgery and fifth spine related surgery. He was telling me about how both times he broke his neck he asked Jesus to save him. Since he lived, Jesus had spoken to him. Then he told me that he’s not a liar. Let me post preface this with how I was explaining that Cruz is a loony who thinks God wants him to be president. So he felt the need to tell me Jesus spoke to him, by which he meant he was given a sign. He didn’t say that Jesus actually said anything. And also, if Jesus is looking out for him, why is he always getting hurt. But that is the reason why he starts out aggressively, because he already knows I doubt his story when he tells it. I believe he is really so defensive because deep inside he doubts it was Jesus, and the truth is he is one tough SOB. After all that I finally got to explain Dominionism, how Cruz came to believe he was ordained by God, and that if any politician were the anti-Christ it would be Cruz. Of course I also added the disclaimer that the anti-Christ is supposed to be charming and attractive so that cuts Cruz out of the running. He liked that. He hates Cruz as much as he hates Trump. We couldn’t even talk about crazy people who claim to be Christians without divine anecdotes. That’s as close as we get to talking religion, because it always devolves into testaments of how great God has been to him. It’s depressing because he used to be a critical thinker.

          • Msmlg1979

            It is depressing. My parents are educated, intelligent, have done fairly well for themselves, but the older they get, the more Jesus-crazy they get. I understand what you’re dealing with!

          • Sakonyachen

            Thanks. It’s always nice to talk to someone who has the same situation without screaming “doG duzn’t reelz!!1!!”

            I wish you the same patience I need going forward.

          • Msmlg1979

            I’m trying not to sweat as many things I have no control over.

          • Sakonyachen

            I try, but I am extremely arrogant. Everyone should be as brilliant as me!

            Which is why I try to be understanding where their fantastic ignorance is concerned.

  • SayItWithWookies

    I’d like a free and fair election. I know, too much.

    • GDleftyPart2

      Elitist.

    • Sheepshagger

      In my day we had fascist coup and we liked it.

      • GDleftyPart2

        Al Haig on line 1 sir…..

        • Skadi

          He really was in charge.

      • SayItWithWookies

        Yeah, there’ll never be another Antonin Scalia. Mercifully.

      • bobbert

        Both ways in the snow.

    • Spurning Beer

      Oh, I thought you said “flea erection.” Never mind.

      • Zippy W Pinhead

        it’s all those red hot chili peppers…

        • MsAnthropesMr

          Put it in a sock.

    • beavertank

      We totally have that*!

      * unless you’re poor, a minority, a student, old and infirm, a felon, living in the inner city, living in a heavily gerrymandered area, inexplicably purged from voter rolls, or just generally the victim of Republican Voting Fuckery™.

  • RoyalUglyDude

    I see the link is to a story in Salon. Not gonna click it. You can’t make me.

    • Tallmutha

      The piece is by Scott Eric Kaufman, a good dude who writes on the excellent blog Lawyers, Guns, and Money. So there’s that.

  • kindness

    How is it that Jesse Watters isn’t hit in the face every time he walks outside in NYC?

    • beavertank

      If I were Jesse Watters, I’d feel an uncontrollable urge to punch myself in the face every time I looked in the mirror. It’s a miracle he doesn’t have a self-inflicted broken nose at all times.

    • AntiDerpomeme

      I’m close to a pacifist, but I probably couldn’t help myself at being real punchy if I saw him in person. Pavlovian stimulus.

    • SayItWithWookies

      It’s those New York values — you know, how in a big, crowded city people try to be polite and accommodating because they know they’ll run into someone they disagree with or who’s having a shit day, and a little common courtesy goes a long way towards easing the tension.

      Either that or they’re all commies who hate Jesus.

    • Skadi

      Too busy. Better things to do.

  • natoslug

    If only we’d been given the death panels and FEMA camps we were promised, we wouldn’t have to deal with Jesse Watters or O’Reilly.

    #ThanksObama

  • Belasaurius

    reasonable to anyone under 70 not amped up on Fox-rage

    • yyyaz

      So about 99% of us. Sounds right.

  • Spurning Beer

    Jesse Watters is totally in favor of subsidized housing, if by that you mean tax deductibility of mortgage interest on his McMansion and his vacation condo at the shore.

  • Jonny On Maui

    “Self-defense classes — We should really be doing this already.”

    Can anyone explain why this isn’t taught in the physical education part school starting in middle school?

    • pstockholm

      Don’t give the NRA any ideas.

      • Jonny On Maui

        Anyone who thinks open carry is self defense is a moron who will be on the ground either writhing in pain or voted out before they can get the weapon out of the holster.

    • I would guess liability insurance costs or fears of violence.

      • Jonny On Maui

        So it’s okay for football…

        • bobbert

          Generally, you (and your folks)have to sign a waiver.

    • bozilingus

      Aren’t bullies giving lessons every day?

      • Jonny On Maui

        Bullies teach fear. Self Defense teaches confidence.

        • Zyxomma

          Indeed. More than 30 years ago, I was studying internal Chinese martial arts, and when attacked by a crazed guy (most likely crack) on the street, who had a foot of height and at least 80 pounds of weight on his side, he never managed to hit me (he threw a right right at my face and connected with hair), I left him screaming in the gutter with a broken patella.

    • Anarchy Pony

      Probably fear of kids using techniques on other kids.

      • Jonny On Maui

        Isn’t that the point? Bullying would become rare, if not eliminated…

        • Hardly Ideal

          Maybe, but I can see it being a wash if everyone knows more-or-less how to fight. And that’s before we even get to a child’s alarming lack of impulse control.

          • Skadi

            I have a younger brother with ADHD, and my stepmother has always said that the parks department offering after-school Aikido classes are the best thing that ever happened to her (and him, of course).

          • Jonny On Maui

            That’s kind of why I picked middle school, 12 years old. Bodies are changing, things need to be relearned. I believe everyone’s daughters deserves the knowledge of self defense.
            In a way, it’s the ultimate open carry defense, The entire herd knows how to take care of themselves and the herd. Gonna be hard on the predators.

    • HazooToo

      I was going to say “maybe wait til they’re more mature”, but then I remembered that my 7 year old is in Taekwondo classes. Yeah, sign em up!

    • Courser

      A lot of schools don’t have phys ed anymore – funding problems.

      • Jonny On Maui

        Yup. We like our bombs smart and our kids dumb, to steal from Oingo Boingo…

        Gotta change this…

  • Fox News is political porn and Watters is a kind of specialty kink.

    • Antimassacree

      Appeals to the coprophiles. (Sounds law and order-y, but it’s not.)

      • Hutch

        Sounds stinky, and it is.

    • Spurning Beer

      Watters sports?

  • TheGrandWaz00

    Still, Watters run derp.

  • Suttree

    I was reading this article on The Guardian last night about providing free booze for hardcore homeless alcoholics. I have not finished it yet, but it seems to be working on a small scale in Ottawa. It’s worth a read as it seems to be trying to “treat” alcoholism as a maintenance program similar to methadone for heroin addicts (it does not say that anywhere that I have read so far in the article, I am making the comparison).
    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2016/apr/26/homeless-shelter-ottawa-gives-wine-to-alcoholics

    • Hutch

      Woo-hoo! Sounds great!

    • Robyn Pennacchia

      That’s great! Withdrawal from alcohol is actually more deadly (physically) than withdrawal from heroin, and going cold turkey without supervision is a pretty bad idea. This is also part of the reason why I hate people who do the “don’t give the homeless money! They’ll just spend it on boooze!” thing. That and the fact that if I were in their position I would probably want to be drunk also. Hell, I want to be drunk now.

      • Suttree

        Exactly! Heroin will make you feel like you are going to die (but you won’t) or want to die, and alcohol withdrawal will definitely kill you if you are that deeply addicted (without more alcohol or benzos). If you read through the article, they are allowed a few ounces per hour and they won’t serve people who are already drunk. It is a serious public health issue. I’m still waiting for some U.S. republican to get on board for the cost saving effect!

        • yyyaz

          Pffft. Cheaper to let ’em die.

          • Skadi

            And decrease the surplus population!

          • Courser

            They’ll just vote Democrat anyway. Who needs ’em.

      • Angela Ruzzo

        I run into that thing about giving homeless people money all the time. I figure it’s none of my business what they do with the $5 I give them. If they buy booze with it, then at least I made somebody happy for a short while. Nobody tells me what to do with MY money, so why should anyone tell them what to do with theirs? I equate this with grownups who were always telling me to eat stuff I didn’t like when I was a kid. I noticed that nobody made grownups eat stuff they didn’t like. I said this to my mother at supper one night. I was astonished when she thought about it for 10 seconds and said “You’re right.”

    • witsended

      Read the article and they are talking about helping those who are seen as hard core hopeless cases.The idea is to help them maintain some sort of stable life.
      But it also saves money by reducing hospital visits, police and prison costs etc.

      • Suttree

        I read the first half and skimmed the rest. I am aware.

  • Jay Vaughn

    In the whole world there is one funny conservative, P.J. O’Rourke.

    • TheBidenator

      I hate to admit it but he is actually pretty funny so yes I’ll give you that one.

    • Roadstergal

      He’s traveled outside of the US and talks to liberals, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they count him a RINO.

    • tomamitai

      “In the whole world there is one conservative who is occasionally funny on purpose, P.J. O’Rourke.”

      FIFY

    • Michael J. Nelson, MST3K/Rifftrax.

      • Jay Vaughn

        Two.

        • bobbert

          I’d question whether PJ is funny anymore.

    • Deacon Blues

      Yes. He has his moments.

  • Anarchy Pony

    You know how those Nordic countries rank better than the US in basically every rubric? Happiness, income equality, overall health, education, quality of life? These fucking goddamn kids wanna make the US more like them! How fucking ridiculous and entitled of them!

    • tomamitai

      When you point that out to righties, they say it’s because those countries have “homogeneous” populations. I wonder what they mean by that?

      • HazooToo

        Fucking dog whistling assholes…

      • yyyaz

        Cool. I’m okay with the “Homo(genous) States of Merika.”

      • Jukesgrrl

        It means “everyone is the same color as I am.” They like homogeneous.

  • Mpeg

    I’d propose free copies of Joseph Heller’s Catch-22. Everybody gets a to share!

  • The only objectionable thing I see on there is free drugs.

    Instead of giving them out, we should legalize them, regulate them, tax them, and fund prevention initiatives and treatment centers.

    Everything else seems like it would make the US of A a better place to live.

    I’d also throw on a guaranteed minimum income, paid sick leave and vacations, money management classes, and more public preschools and day care centers.

    • yyyaz

      And public schools — no more vouchers — with a Common Core curriculum that includes science and history while we’re at it.

      • Jukesgrrl

        And civics, economics, and logic.

        • yyyaz

          Optimist.

    • Angela Ruzzo

      And paid maternity leave.

    • TeeRaak

      There are no “free” drugs…

      Unless you’re in jail.

      Or poverty.

      Or deduct the cost of booze for “working” lunches with your associates and then it’s not free, only subsidized.
      https://media4.giphy.com/media/pCDPxNX3j3XJS/200w.gif

  • MrBlobfish
  • witsended

    See they start with free health care and then progress to giving the pregnant and under fours free food vouchers and vitamins. What comes next giving every kid in the land an allowance from birth till they leave school.

    https://www.healthystart.nhs.uk/

    https://www.gov.uk/child-benefit/what-youll-get

  • dshwa

    The only people who enjoyed this segment are all yelling at kids to get off their lawn before dark.

  • SDGeoff

    Such a little dickens, he is. Yes he is, yes he is…
    I like the way he looks so stupid when he doesn’t get what he expects. Completely clueless, they watch the responses and play them for the audience, thinking they’ve scored a win.

    • Rick Hill

      “…they watch the responses and play them for the audience, thinking they’ve scored a win.”
      With that description, I’d have to intuit he is also leaning towards being an mra.

  • Pfft, next they’ll be wanting things like respect and kindness and what would Jeebus think about that?!

  • Rick Hill

    I do want to point out that marijuanie is called weed because it grows like a frickin weed and shouldn’t cost more than a dime for a dime. If you want somefin fancy with a name and pedigree, go for it.

    • Jonny On Maui

      Easy to grow just about anywhere. Hmmm… What does prohibition do to prices again?

    • tomamitai

      The only time I ever tried growing some in a pot on my windowsill back in ye olde tymes when I was in school, they got to be about four inches tall and then some kind of white fungus grew on them and killed them. I switched to booze after that, because it was less of a hassle to buy.

    • Angela Ruzzo

      It used to grow wild in the back yard of my childhood home in Missouri. My father said all the kids used to find it growing wild and smoke it back in “his day” which was the 1920’s & 30’s.

  • TheBidenator

    Kicking poor people out of their homes and burning their stuff in front of their families is conservative Viagra….

    • Suttree

      Damn political correctness! We used to be able to get super hard hanging people and burning crosses but they took that away. When will the persecution stop!

  • Lefty Frizzell

    It would be interesting to compare that with a similar sequence asking what older rich white dudes think the poor deserve, and see who comes off better.

  • rabid_baboon

    What a delightful little scamp he is! With the most adorable, punchable face!

  • Gorillionaire

    You have to realize that for the Fox audience every one of these questions includes the unmentioned phrase “even the Blacks?”, as in “single payer medical care, for EVEN THE BLACKS?!?!?” and “free college, EVEN FOR THE BLACKS?!?!?”.

    • Angela Ruzzo

      Sadly, this is true. Also, “even for the hispanics and the immigrants.”

  • Professor LonelyCats

    I, for one, could really use a massage (because of joint damage and pain).

    • Roadstergal

      Insurance covered my PT (minus co-pay), which included some targeted massage to break up the scar tissue and regain mobility after my surgery. Without it, I would not have full use of my shoulder and would be a helluva lot less productive.

      • Professor LonelyCats

        That’s great to hear. I found out about the joint damage and cause after I tried to climb a rock wall, and every single joint in my hands and feet tightened, leaving my hands in a C-shape and completely red for several hours, and then decided to make a doctor’s appointment a month later.

  • Iron Monkey

    I have had that Emma Goldman quote wrong. I always thought it was “Ask for work. If they don’t give you work, ask for bread. If they do not give you work or bread, then smash the state.”

    The correct on reads/sounds better.

  • Hardly Ideal

    As a Goddamn Millennial™, I can barely unpack all the wrong going on with this guy. But I’ll try anyway.

    First off, fuckface, nice job insisting the guy with the long hair and relaxed demeanor is automatically high. I bet you’d say the same about me, and I’ve never touched the stuff. Hell, I didn’t even start drinking until my mid-twenties; all that “Say No to Drugs” stuff somehow worked on my dumb self.

    Second off, did it ever occur to you that making sexually loaded jokes at a mostly naked volleyball player is, y’know, inappropriate? Don’t gimme that “she wuz askin for it dressed liek that hurr” and maybe show some of that world-famous Personal Responsibility.

    Third off, the younger generation is lazy and disrespectful? You know who else said that? Everyone’s elders in the history of history! Next you’re going to be telling me how technology is ruining things, the same way people complained when newspapers and magazines came out.

    • Tommmcatt

      They used to call Gen. X a generation of slackers. Ask Apple computers and Google how that worked out.

      Can you explain the hair to me though, please? It’s supposed to be attractive, right?

      • Hardly Ideal

        It can be attractive, but you have to work for it. If you want to look like some Exotic Stud, you need to condition your hair Every. Damn. Day. Otherwise, you just wind up with Comic Book Guy. I still wish someone had beaten that into teenage Hardly’s head earlier…

        • Tommmcatt

          tell me more about “exotic studs”….

          • OneDemin EOr

            Imported lumber.

        • BosGrl

          My daughter’s boyfriend is comic book guy, and closer to 30 than 20… Sigh

    • Peripatetic Poltroon

      And rocks. Don’t forget rocks. “Kids these days don’t talk anymore. They just bang on those new-fangled rocks.”

    • Angela Ruzzo

      I think some people complained when the printing press was invented.

      I had a teacher in high school humanities class (Mrs. McTurnan, great lady), and she read us a quote written by an ancient Roman (or maybe it was an ancient Greek, I can’t remember after 45 years) complaining about the young people of his day, how they dressed inappropriately, and they all wanted fast chariots, and they drove their fast chariots too fast through the streets knocking people down, and they had no morals, and they had no respect for their elders. I wish I could find that quotation today, but I’ve searched far and wide and can’t find it.

      • BosGrl

        I think that was Socrates, “the children now love luxury”? I just looked it up but my phone is being an asshole so I couldn’t get the whole thing.

        • Angela Ruzzo

          That is a good quote too. But the one we read definitely talked about all the young men wanting fast chariots, which made all the teenage boys in the class laugh.

          • DT

            It’s apocryphal. But people have been saying basically that forever.

      • revenant

        sounds familiar- think it was Pliny the Elder (Latin II circa 1971), who, incidentaly, perished while trying to rescue victims of the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D. Also too he was a fantastically innacurate observer of wildlife

        • Angela Ruzzo

          All I really remember is that it was written in the form of a letter to someone, and the writer really thought young people were out of control, and I think he was a Roman. I seem to remember the writer mentioning a fad among the young men of the day for “Egyptian Chariots” which were expensive and very showy. I definitely remember the entire class erupting in laughter while reading it. We were all 17 years old, and the boys all wanted a Trans Am or a Corvette. I would ask Mrs. McTurnan where to find that letter, but she has long since gone to that high school in the sky. She was 64 in 1973 and about to retire. What a great teacher she was – she was just as young and crazy inside as we were. She was the one who told us the Ancient Greeks were gay, which was news to us. She told us a lot of interesting things.

          This is an interesting site.
          http://mentalfloss.com/article/52209/15-historical-complaints-about-young-people-ruining-everything

  • Be Gin

    I did not play the video.

    I will never play the video.

    One look at the guy with the mic and I KNEW, to a certainty, that he was a complete, total speck of pus from the dripping anal fistula of Rush himself.

    • Relativicus

      Hah, you’re wrong!

      BillO leaked that particular pile of pus.

      • Be Gin

        Let’s play in the pus! There’s plenty for everyone!

        (What? Did I go too far?)

  • Tommmcatt

    To be fair, I don’t really understand why these kids do their hair like that either.

    • Angela Ruzzo

      My mother said that to me in 1968. I think her mother said that to her in 1922. I’m totally fine with hair today, it’s the tattoos I find odd. I’m totally for self-expression, but not with anything that is permanent and has to be surgically removed if you change your mind later.

      • Cindyinencinitas

        I can even deal with tattoos, but piercings? No me gusta.

        • Angela Ruzzo

          Tambien no me gusta. But at least you can remove them if you decide 5 years later they were a bad idea. Tattoos, you’re stuck with.

          • nmmagyar

            Not gauging. My nephew will have to have his ears surgically repaired when he realizes what an asshole he looks like; his ear holes are about two inches across.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            Eww. Gross. And insurance probably won’t pay for it, since it will be considered cosmetic. I really don’t understand why young people do these things. When I was a teenager I wanted to look cool, but I knew better than to do anything I couldn’t undo if I changed my mind.

          • nmmagyar

            I had my ears pierced 13 times and wore safety pins (it was A Thing when I was 15). Not even scars now…

          • Angela Ruzzo

            I had my ears pierced once when I was a baby. It’s an Italian thing. One hole is quite enough for me. I learned at my first job that I couldn’t wear big chunky earrings, which were “in” at the time, and talk comfortably on the phone. The places I worked for the past 40 years would not have hired anyone with a lot of visible tattoos or body piercings. Things change when you go out into the real world and start competing for a job. It may not be fair, but it’s reality.

      • cat cafe

        So true. Although my mother complained about my hair not just in 1968 but also in 2015. However, I draw the line at dreadlocks. They are just FILTHY UNWASHED HAIR and I can’t abide them.

        • Angela Ruzzo

          That’s a valid point. But I’m a student of history, and for most of human history people rarely washed their hair. However they did brush or comb it fairly often, which kept it sort of clean, and which people with dreadlocks can’t do. What I can’t stand is head lice. It astonishes me how many people have them.

        • Party Thug #24

          Hey! You take that back!!!!11
          I had locks for 10 years and I washed my hair often, along with a pretty tedious maintenance routine. Believe it or not, hair tangles and knots more easily when there aren’t residues, oils, and dirty things coating the strands.
          Anyway, I wasn’t a smoker during that whole period, which shocked a lot of strangers eager to snatch up a nug or two.

  • JackLinks

    Please Lord I’m not asking for much, but please send Watters to interview me about anything!

    • Me not sure

      You’d probably have to ambush him.

    • edith prickly

      Repeat the name Andrea Mackris over and over again, and see how long it takes him to run away.

  • anna rampage

    Ah yes, the hoofwanking bungle cunt, Jesse Watters…

    This is the same fucktard that recently said “that if a man take s a woman out to dinner and she orders lobster (or anything for that matter) that she is obliged to sleep with the guy”….

    Is this the only way this dipshit can get laid, by taking a woman out and then trying to guilt her into sleeping with him, after she has come to realize what a backwards assed, repulsive, piece of shit this guy is…

    This guy should get a swift kick to the nuts then dropped off a very tall bridge, wearing some concrete boots…

    • Relativicus

      He’s just another member of the horde of Punchy-faced Young Republican Niedermeyers whose cleverness peaks at “That’s what she said. BOOM!!!”

      http://youtu.be/XvzdO2C_TRY

    • Angela Ruzzo

      I have a feeling he doesn’t get any using this approach, which may be why he continues to be a fucktard.

      • revenant

        “but my cunning plan was FOOLPROOF!!!”

        • Angela Ruzzo

          That cunning plan hasn’t worked since the 1970’s, so sorry. ?

  • kaw143

    Which Wonkeperson pointed out that calling government programs “free stuff” is like calling new Naval equipment “Free Aircraft Carriers?” So, yeah, that.

    • Last Hussar

      I think you will find that is Jim Wright over at Stonekettle Station

      http://www.stonekettle.com/2016/03/free-stuff.html

      Frankly the Babby Begging Machine would be well used to fund him so he could afford to write more of his essays.

      • kaw143

        Ooooh! Thanks for the link!

      • RahJahh

        Jim Wright is fantastic. Love that blog.

    • Angela Ruzzo

      It’s “free stuff” if you or the group you identify with benefits from it. It is “entitlement stuff” if some other group of people benefits from it, and you don’t. Amazingly, food falls in the latter to some people.

      • Cindyinencinitas

        Like my neighbor used to tell me, an alcoholic is someone who drinks as much as you do that you don’t like.

        • Angela Ruzzo

          Good one! I must remember that line.

          • cat cafe

            Also, a “crazy cat lady” is someone who has one more cat than you do.

          • Angela Ruzzo

            LOL! Very true. I’m sure there’s something similar to say about hoarders.

      • cat cafe

        That says it all.

    • Zyxomma

      I don’t know whether or not he’s a Wonketteer, but that’s Jim Wright at Stonekettle.

      • Paul

        Great site.

  • malsperanza

    If you add up all the costs of the various government grant and stdent loan programs, it is a bigger number than the cost of tuition for all the students enrolled in public colleges. Or so I read somewhere. So we could make private schools offer their own funding and completely underwrite public ed. The way it used to be.

    Sounds doable to me.

  • Walter Wellstone

    I’ll tell you who gets “free stuff” from the government: General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Raytheon and every other defense contractor out there. How is that, you ask? I’ll tell ya: the government awards contracts, they don’t do shit and they still get paid. That’s how. Of course Fox News motherfuckers won’t acknowledge this is even a thing.

    • cat cafe

      I know, the facts are apparently something like, for every $35 of your tax dollars that go to SNAP, WIC, school lunches, and other aid to the poor, $4000 goes to major corporations. They’re the welfare queens.

      • Reddishrabbit

        Well, cocaine and high class prostitutes are not cheap, so they need the extra help.

  • pete14789

    Free stuff? How about 2 free wars lasting 14 years and counting

  • Angela Ruzzo

    Having nice clothes to wear to a job interview is an excellent idea, and there is a non-profit in my area that focuses on this. But nobody mentions dental care. Why is dental care excluded from health insurance (and Medicaid)? Are teeth not part of our body? You aren’t going to get a professional job if you are visibly missing teeth. And how about vision care, which is also excluded from health insurance (and Medicaid)? It’s kind of hard to get a job if you can’t read the application. BTW, Bernie’s health plan includes both.

    • DT

      Yes, the health plan that has less than zero shot of ever being enacted in his lifetime.

      • Angela Ruzzo

        My concern is that it won’t be enacted in MY lifetime.

    • When I was in grad school our neighbor in family student housing was a single mother on welfare studying to become a teacher. They pulled out half her teeth by the time she graduated, because medicare would pay for extractions but not for fillings. I guess fillings are still too experimental.

      • Angela Ruzzo

        Medicare won’t pay for anything except extractions because everything else is considered to be too expensive, and teeth are apparently not considered necessary for sustaining life. One crown now costs $850. I had to have a root canal 9 years ago, and it cost $1400 for the root canal plus $850 for the crown. This is still a lot less than what it costs to have a baby, but having a baby is covered by insurance and Medicaid, although I never had one.

    • Jukesgrrl

      Hearing aids are excluded from health insurance, too, unless you can prove your hearing loss is the result of a specific accident or illness. I guess if your boyfriend Johnny Manziel punches the side of your head and you go deaf in one ear, it’s covered. But my poor old ma has to cough up the $3,000 for the ones she needs.

      • Angela Ruzzo

        The sad thing about this is that when people get really old, their two main pleasures are eating and watching TV, and at the same time they lose their teeth and their hearing. It’s almost as if Medicare is punishing them for getting old by denying them access to the few pleasures they have left.

  • Relativicus

    They’re all good, but I particularly like the wardrobe one. The government could subsidize some mass-market clothier to produce and provide clothing to shelters and programs that specialize in training for, and/or helping to find, employment for those in need. I’m not talking Brooks Bros., here (but that would be a real decent thing for BBros. to do, if they’re not already. Hint hint, BBros., I know you read my posts!). Everybody who needs them gets employment clothes. Great idea, and a worthy thing to do.

    • DT

      I went looking for charities because I have pants I can no longer fit into that would be great for this type of thing. Most of the sites thank Men’s Warehouse, so I think I know where I am going to get my next suit.

      • Jen_Baker_VA

        They really do nice things, for a corperate person.

    • Tania

      Slightly OT – our Young Australians of the Year set up mobile laundries in vans which travel around so the homeless can get their clothes cleaned while sitting around having a chat with the “workers”. There are also mobile showers as well. This provides for a sense of dignity and means the homeless can go volunteer or participate in activities. There are also services that provide a secure locker for them at no / little cost so what few items they have can be stored securely. As much as I like to poke fun at entitled millenials, not all are self absorbed hipsters.

      • Jukesgrrl

        What a great thing. Tide runs a mobile laundry they dispatch to areas where there are natural disaster. But I like the idea of them for the homeless.

      • We also have (another aussie here) a charity that distributes swags for the homeless.

        • Tania

          Swag in a bag…awesome charity and for like fifty bucks you can donate one of these.

    • nmmagyar

      Some retailers do donate “last year’s” stuff to homeless service providers. When I was working for one, we had donations from several area department stores. I don’t know if it came down from corporate, or if store managers did it.

      • Relativicus

        That’s great. It’s a brilliant and simple thing to do, both from a societal and business perspective. “Oh, yeah, Target gave me the clothes I used for my job interview. Maybe I’ll stop in and buy something. Besides, I hear it’s a little less crowded in there these days.”

  • Boy Elvis

    Watters’ punchability is up there with Ted Cruz’s, and that’s saying something.

    • Vegan and Tiara

      Funny, I was just wondering if I’d rather punch Paul Ryan or Watters, but Cruz is also extraordinarily punchable.

      • Jen_Baker_VA

        Why choose just one? We could collect them, like lil conservative pokemons.

        • Vegan and Tiara

          If Republicans were really serious about lowering the national debt they should hold lotteries to select who gets to punch each one of these fuckers. I’d GLADLY donate $5 for a ticket.

          • Wee Mousie

            Or one could just encourage everyone to punch 20 Republican fuckers in the mouth everyday, Think of the workout you would get, and what great things it would do for you workout.

            Also, too, not everything has to be about money.

        • therblig

          Punchimons. Gotta punch’em all!

  • Shoto

    Jesse Watters and Martin Shkreli get married, adopt a babby, and begin their life together. Discuss.

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      I’d really rather not. I would very much hope that no one on this earth would allow either of them within 500 feet of any babby.

      • nmmagyar

        What if the family is made up of rats?

    • Vegan and Tiara

      …and so my struggle with bulimia began.

    • peekay

      With or without a pre-nup?

  • TeeRaak

    please consider donating your gently used business attire

    T-shirts with bleach stains, genie pants & flip-flops?

    I won’t consider it, unless they trying to get a Budtender position…
    https://media2.giphy.com/media/d8WjGORtSEWqc/200w_d.gif
    Oh Lord, won’t you buy me a veggie burrito

    • Paul

      my friends all have pasta
      I must make Ramen

  • bobbert

    How does this fool walk down the street without being coldcocked by every other person he accosts?

  • Celeste Sanchez

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    • doggiedaddy

      WOW she makes soooo much money!
      Is she a whore?

  • SisterArtemis

    falafel just seems so gritty….

  • doggiedaddy

    Getting a Millennial to say dumb shit isn’t rally that hard, just tell them to google it.
    If you can get their attention for 12 seconds.

  • Mimihaha

    Whenever someone questions my lack of cable TV I remind them none of my money goes O’Reilly and the other pond scum on his network.

    • Zyxomma

      I also live without cable TV. I have no idea who this Watters is, and I like it that way.

      • Mimihaha

        I know! It’s great.

  • BigCSouthside

    Calling millennials entitled pisses me off. We have basically been fucked by the college as business model, fought the wars the fucking boomers started including the incredibly long massively illegal one, and then got fucked by the economy the boomers crashed.

    And they wonder why we think their ideas are fucking stupid and want to try something else. Fuck you Bill Oreilley, and fuck your little ball washer Watters too.

  • MikeyArmstrong

    Damn Millenials. Don’t they know busting your ass for a pittance builds character? Also, too, getting sick is for pussies.

  • cleos_mom

    I had no idea that I had so much in common with millennials. Thanks, Jesse!

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