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Best Comedy Resistance This Week: Whaaaaaat??

First up, staff writer Amber on Late Night with Seth Myers continues her ongoing series, "Amber Says What"

Next up, Al Franken appeared on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert to accept a much coveted award on behalf of Senate Democrats*:

* Appreciation for satire is one of the last things the developing brain acquires. Republicans don't know how to do funny. Soooo…

Anyway, next up is Sam B who comes out of the gate pointing out the double standard surrounding McCain's no vote on the Skinny Repeal vote on Obamacare:

From Funny or Die, what Jared and Ivanka rehearse their testimony (stay with it to the end):

And the best news of the week:

IKEA has a new catalog!!

I am all over it. Trip planned, list in hand.

Later, taters…

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  1. RD,

    Did you see that the video that you posted earlier this year, “Despacito,” has become the most watched video?

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/music/news/this-is-the-new-most-watched-youtube-video-of-all-time/ar-AApqUOK?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp

    • IKR?? It looks like you can keep the Mexicans out of the country but you can’t do anything about the music crossing international borders.
      Bwhahahahahhhhh!!

      To be honest, it’s not my favorite Spanish language song. I like this one by shakira better:

      • You might enjoy the NY Times op-ed piece on “Despacito.” The comments were equally interesting.

        The song may be more subversive than it originally seemed.

  2. It’s THAT anniversary again.

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