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It’s Samuel Jackson who should, “Wake the f*ck up”

I have no intention of watching the Samuel Jackson video, but, I totally enjoyed the rebuttal!

15 Responses

  1. That’s brilliant!

  2. I like that it’s short and sweet — it’s under a minute and a half — well within the average attention span.

  3. I don’t have to worry about my governor’s policies, like it was with Schwarzenegger.

    Brown signs online privacy laws
    http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-brown-bills-20120928,0,6809940.story

  4. What’s the rebuttal in response to?

    • You’ll have to find it. I have no interest in a video telling me to wake the F* up and vote for Obama. I’d just search youtube for his name.

    • Samuel Jackson read a book called “Go the Fuck to Sleep”. The story itself is pretty funny if you have ever put a resisting child to bed.

      You can google “go the fuck to sleep” and there is a youtube with Samual Jackson reading of it or you can just find the text and read it yourself. I don’t remember it being political so I am not sure where this angle comes from.

      • His Wake the F* Up video is something else. It was commissioned by a Dem Superpac. I assume it’s on Youtube. I don’t care to verify it.

      • I’ve seen that video. Pretty funny but I prefer to read Marvin K Mooney Will You Please Go Now. Believe it or not, I dont swear around my kids.

  5. Reason TV . . . isn’t that Al Gore’s embryonic little TV network?

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