October 29, 2014, - 1:05 pm
It’s been a very long time since I posted a video from “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” because the monologue part of the show and the skits have been lame and unfunny for a while. But, last night, a rare, brilliant, absolutely hilarious exception: the Kimmel show had two actors impersonate left-wing peanutzi (my name for the anti-peanut Nazis) activists, who are circulating a petition to remove the line “Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks” from “Take Me Out to the Ball Game,” in order to help their peanut-allergic, non-existent son, Landon. The video has everything: bearded left-wing male activist . . . check, looks-challenged female left-wing activist complete with birth-control goggles . . . check, son with a pretentious name . . . check, BS about “inclusiveness” . . . check, advocating censorship . . . check, wanting everyone to change to cater to their selfishness . . . check, comparing their cause to slavery . . . check, check, check. I especially like this video because it isn’t far-fetched, as I know first-hand, after coming under non-stop, vicious assault from peanutzis after I ridiculed Northwestern University for making its football stadium peanut-free for a day.
Check out the video . . .
In the back pocket of Big Peanuts.
Exit question: how long until the peanutzis go after Jimmy Kimmel for mocking them? 3-2-1 . . . .
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