Above, Ben Cohen is Dad forever.
SAG AWARDS: Welp, the Screen Actors Guild screwed Call Me by Your Name; nominees for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture included The Big Sick (bitch, please), but not CMBYM. Chalamet got a nom, but nobody else. So glad to see Glow recognized — easily one of my favorite things on TV this past year, along with Veep and The Handmaid's Tale and Big Little Lies and Master of None (which got robbed).
NEWNOWNEXT: Major League Baseball's first out ump is outta there — he's retiring rather than risk more concussions.
Meanwhile... https://t.co/qpQaYSENWX— Joy Reid (@JoyAnnReid) December 13, 2017
CBS NEWS: Omarosa, you're fired. Or did she resign? Either way, she is a waste of space who did zero work for Trump other than tokenism. Sickening to imagine her pay and benefits.
DAILY KOS: None of the Trumps' votes in the NYC mayoral contest counted, because they all voted incorrectly. This isn't a joke or fake news. That includes the imbeciles with high level security clearances, who couldn't figure out absentee voting.
HUFF POST: In this roundup of bitter reactions from right-wingers over the loss of Roy Moore, check out the assertion from one Chanel Rion, a 27-year-old MAGA lunatic and (truly ungifted!) political illustrator whose cartoons have called on the U.S. to quote vaporize North Korea unquote, who says:
There's blood in the water for Mitch McConnell — it leads back to him. This room is gonna be walking out with a vengeance. We know who's responsible.
Rion's fiancé is one Courtland Sykes, who is running for the Missouri Senate. Check him out — a total caricature:
DLISTED: I called this not long after Carrie Fisher's death — her daughter has finally tired of Carrie's former assistant parading Carrie's surviving dog Gary on the Internet and at fan conventions.