Sunday Reads: Pam Demic

 

Just a few visual aids today…

Read this important thread about Georgia:

 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Jerry Saltz (@jerrysaltz) on

 

View this post on Instagram

When do we make President* Syphilitic Dementia sit through 11 hours of testimony and 10 investigations? #trumpvirus #dumptrump #magaisformorons #thedailydon

A post shared by Jesse Duquette (@the.daily.don) on

 

View this post on Instagram

Day 1214: Could have also included normal-sized hands, uncaged migrant kids, and not having a neck vagina. #dumptrump #25thamendment #trumpvirus #thedailydon

A post shared by Jesse Duquette (@the.daily.don) on

 

View this post on Instagram

Effective mask plus keeps people away more than 6ft #subwaycreatures (@fotobytom)

A post shared by SubwayCreatures (@subwaycreatures) on

 

View this post on Instagram

#womanist #blacklove #blacklivesmatter  #blackwriters #blackart #blackartist #blackpanther #love #war #poetry #art #blackpoetry  #unlearn #history #american #american #africanamerican #afro #herstory #human #blackandwhite #nature #blackmadonna

A post shared by in love in war book (@in_love_in_war) on

 

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Latina Rebels (@latinarebels) on

 

 


https://twitter.com/halltoons/status/1261307842717515778?s=21

 


The weather is…being difficult…


https://twitter.com/nwswilmingtonnc/status/1261857292489641984?s=21

 

 

 

Did you know:

View this post on Instagram

35 years ago, the Philadelphia police fired 10,000 rounds of ammo and dropped a bomb on the home of the Black liberation group @themoveorganization. Six adults & five children were murdered and an entire Black neighborhood was intentionally burned to the ground. No one was ever charged. 35 years later, the state sanctioned violence against Black people continues. #MOVEBombing

A post shared by Muchacha Fanzine (@muchachafanzine) on

 

View this post on Instagram

35 years ago, Prince released his 80's hit "Raspberry Beret." (May 15, 1985) . . . #1980s #ilovethe80s #80smusic #1985

A post shared by Throwback Lounge (@throwbacklounge1) on

 

We lost two brilliant comedians this week…

View this post on Instagram

RIP Fred Willard (September 18, 1939 – May 15, 2020) The beloved comedian + actor was also well-known for his kindness, and was a friend to all. 💔 #fredwillard #ripfredwillard #70ssnl #1978

A post shared by Night Flight (@nightflightofficial) on


https://twitter.com/miketnyc/status/1261729392092422147?s=21

 

 

View this post on Instagram

Comedy legend #FredWillard has passed away. He has appeared in countless films and television series, including #BestInShow, #ModernFamily, and an upcoming appearance in #SpaceForce.' Thanks for all the laughs.

A post shared by Rotten Tomatoes (@rottentomatoes) on

 

View this post on Instagram

A fond farewell to Mr. Fred Willard. How lucky we all are that we got to witness his great gifts. Thanks for the deep belly laughs. You are now with Mary. Home safe.

A post shared by Jamie Lee Curtis (@curtisleejamie) on

 

 

View this post on Instagram

I have a marvelous story of the time I was lucky enough to meet the one-and-only legendary comedy icon @jerrystillerofficial many years ago. (And I know it was MANY years ago because it involves me wearing high heels!) I had just finished being the special guest in my dear friend @TheRealKateFlannery’s lounge duo with #ScotRobinson, @TheLampshadeShow at Improv Olympic West. I walked out into the packed lobby (people were getting drinks & waiting to enter the theater for the next show) only to see Kate talking to Mr. Stiller. I nervously approached them. When he saw me his eyes lit up! He was so charming and funny and attentive, successfully treating me like a “lady” despite my over-the-top, clowny look, featuring a big afro wig. At a certain point I explained that I had to leave for another gig, and said, “I’m so sorry but I have to take these heels off because I obviously can’t drive in them!” With that, Mr. Stiller dramatically & chivalrously said, “Please allow me, madam!” He then dropped to one knee and – in front the crowded theater foyer/bar – gently removed my high heels, one at a time. Then he rose and handed them to be as if bestowing Meryl Streep with not one but two Academy Awards. So funny, so classy and – trust me – not a drop of snark or sarcasm. As a pre-Drag Race queen I can pick up a micro droplet of that in a soul-crushing heartbeat. Heaven is a much funnier place right now… R.I.P. Jerry Stiller. 👠 🤡❤️

A post shared by Jackie Beat (@jackiebeat) on

 

View this post on Instagram

The truth is that this happened all the time with Jerry Stiller. He was so funny and such a dear human being. We loved him. RIP Jerry Stiller.

A post shared by Julia Louis-Dreyfus (@officialjld) on

 

This is one of my favorites:

 

It’s an open thread.


8 Comments on “Sunday Reads: Pam Demic”

  1. Pat Johnson says:

    The picture of Trump as a “meathead” is priceless! And so true!

  2. bostonboomer says:

    Great post!

    • bostonboomer says:

      • NW Luna says:

        Faking the numbers doesn’t make reality change, Kemp. Makes me also wonder how accurate the #s are now.

        • quixote says:

          To me, that’s the most incomprehensible thing about the Dumpopublican attitude.

          Dude. You can’t manipulate the psychology of a thing that doesn’t have one.

          You don’t even have a fallback strategy for when reality bites. What color is the sky in your universe?

  3. bostonboomer says:

  4. bostonboomer says: