I've always looked at this one from Peter O'Toole as the beat line, but that one is also very good in its own way:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5DuMfVZrbA -Doug in Oakland
Does this apply to the networks bringing on The guy with the foreigners name that sounds like he should be deported?The greatest words of advice that Americans are always clamoring to hear. Newt Gingrich.....................!They never once drag the cesspool for Denny Hastert. Aren't we all in dire despair for the most level advice from the finest man of Denny Hastert?It is always the disgraced GOP speaker who broke out of his own moon penal colony with Bizzarro-man.Why doesn't Dowd drag the septic tank and get hHastert for his valued opinion on spousal abuse. Vouch for Trump only grabbing the pussies that deserve it and wanted to be grabbed.It appears Hope Hicks is one of those yearning to be grabbed. From Corey. A month later to Porter. Must of been rough getting over corey. Now Porter. Who next, Kelly?Think I am joking? I challenge anyone to watch and listen long enough to KellyAnne and then tell me she does want to be grabbed desperately? Even beaten by Porter. These girls are into suffocation sex?Hucklebee Sanders proves to the nation daily that this job is a sacrifice for her to serve her country. She damn well missing the beatings, Mr. Hucklebee Sanders knuckles down with that mouthing off. It is foreplay for the evangelical pair that met on Farmers dot com.So get Denny Hastert on to grace us with his insights. At least Hastert left with dignity unlike Newt. Oh, and make sure you leave out any of the allegations against hastert. That was a long time ago, a very dusty story, He made amends and Pat Robertson says he gets a mulligan.
Sorry, but I think the greatest line in film history is clearly "Top of the world, Ma!"
Not even close. Grady Sutton as Claude Neselrode saying to W. C. Fields - "I don't think I should even look for work until this whole thing blows over" The Man on the Flying Trapeze.
Not even close. Grady Sutton as Claude Neselrode saying to W. C. Fields, “I don’t think I should even look for work until this whole thing blows over.”
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