Ek’s right. Late night isn’t really funny anymore. Hasn’t been for too long. But the ridicule and social satire is an important part of history. It shines a light on hypocrisy and makes people uncomfortable, or at least it should.
I’ve always looked at blogging as a way of documenting the times we live in, where future generations can read our posts and learn something. Like letters sent during the civil war found in an old desk drawer. This is the world as it was last night.
|Bunker Boy’s TinyMan Square||The Gospel According To Don|
|Frank Luntz rebrands Coronavirus||Carole Baskin Gets “Tiger King’s” Zoo|
|GOP After Trump Gasses Citizens||Who ordered the chicken?|
|Amber’s Minute of Fury: Police||Legacy of Stop-and-Frisk in NYC|
|Fumes Over Bunker & Bible Photo Op||We Cannot Stay Silent|