Are we still on the bathroom thing? OK, just checking.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump said Caitlyn Jenner (formally Bruce Jenner) was welcome to use any restroom she wanted to at one of his buildings.
So she went to the…bathroom? Seriously, why is this news?
In a Facebook video Caitlyn Jenner explained her wonderful bathroom experience.
After using the women’s restroom, she commented, “Thank you, Donald, really appreciate it. And by the way, Ted (Cruz) , nobody got molested!”
See the video here.
This bizarre video stems from transgender bathroom laws in states like North Carolina.
The law says you must you the bathroom that conforms to your birth gender. Many business say they absolutely will not enforce such a measure by discriminating against customers but they will continue to make sure safety is a top priority for everyone.
This is not going to be a popular opinion BUT….Comedian Tracy Morgan is about to make a huge mistake.
NBC said on Monday that Tracy is scheduled to host “SNL” on Oct. 17th in one of its first new episodes of the fall season. This is a publicity stunt, I just hope the NBC brass have taken Tracy’s future into consideration. Will this be the show where fans look at him with those pitiful, sorry, he’s-so-sad eyes?
We’ve all seen it. Often times when a performer isn’t well, she continues to perform and audiences suddenly have a changed perception of them. They are no longer amazing and are now looked at as tragic.
He was critically injured in a car accident just a year ago and now Tracy Morgan will return to host “Saturday Night Live” in his first announced performance since the accident.
Now, I like Tracy Morgan. He has been an incredibly successful comedian. Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock and countless writing projects. BUT he has had a long road to recovery. What if he lost his spark? I’d rather remember him as the goofy guy on 30 Rock.
He said in an interview on NBC’s “Today” show in June that he hoped to return to comedy when he was able, adding, “When I’m there, you’ll know it. I’ll get back to making you laugh. I promise you.”
Let’s raise a glass to good health and pray that I’m wrong and he’ll appear healthy when he hits the SNL stage this fall because social media trolls will tear him and NBC apart if he’s not.
As I was watching the chaotic scenes in Baltimore unfold on TV, a series of emotions were flooding my mind. Then amongst the violent protesters…I saw my mom.
OK, to be fair, this woman didn’t give birth to me, but I think in this moment she channeled my mother before distributing the most powerful mom moment ever.
My eyes were glued watching this swift “mom justice”. I even texted my own mom.
No one should resort to physical violence BUT this woman saw her teenage son making a bad decision and took immediate action. Will she suffer the consequences of slapping around her kid on live TV? Maybe.
I’m an adult and I still remember that look my mom would give us.
One time we were in the grocery store and my brother and I were playing catch down the aisle with a grapefruit. My mom appeared out of nowhere, pinched the back of my elbow and in a creepy, monotone whisper, said, “I didn’t raise you like that. Did I?” It was simply terrifying.
The National Guard is being sent in to protect the city of Baltimore.
Maybe we should send in the moms.