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Old 08-17-03, 02:24 PM
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Originally posted by Josh-da-man
I don't think so.

I remember on "Politically Incorrect" once that she called Clinton a pervert for his *ahem* thing with Monica.

She used to date Bob Guccione, Jr., former publisher of Spin magazine, who was later forced off of the magazine for allegations of fooling around with the interns.

Put the two together, and it might lead one to beleive that Bob, Jr., wasn't getting something he wanted out of the relationship.

My vote is that she's uptight and a horrible lay.
Ha ha ha! She called Clinton a pervert, yet she dated the son of the publisher of PENTHOUSE! When she goes to hell I hope Satan dumps buckets of jizz down her throat.
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Old 08-17-03, 04:03 PM
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Ann is cool but my blond conservative bombshell is definatly Peggy Noonan.

And krdave...

im still waiting too

And is it me or do people who talk incessantly about thier sex lives (Bill Maher - "The same couch I had sex on in the 80's" "Im going to have some dirty sex after the show") come across as the biggest loser, sex starved clowns ever? Real men dont need to talk about it.
Its like the kids growing up who had to recount every detail about thier conquests down on the shore or in the Hamptons...I was always thinking "None of this **** ever happened and these guys are emotionally so stunted it hurts.

Oh and about the show...
anyone notice how Maher slanted the shows format to his strength.

Orlando Jones was basically as usless as tits on a bull so Maher had to debate Rorchabcher and Coulter by himself...not a favorable matchup. So what did he do? He changes topics about 12 times, brought up some absolutly useless ****, and went to NEW RULES with 20 minutes left in the show!

Wanna bet next week that when he has 2 libs and one lonely con on that he doesnt stick with hard topics for long periods of time?

That and his parade of Democratic canidates for Gov and President really shows you how desperate he tries to get his point across.

Oh and funny one...how disapointed was the audience when Maher said "Bush aint no P***y" You could almost hear them deflate!
And does the audience get paid for every time they go WHOOOOOO! Them Maher does a anti Democrat joke and thiers crickets. He's backed himself into a corner, his audience now consists of people who only want to see anti-Conservative humor. Do you think he could do jokes on a major news story embarassing to liberals and get away with it...his audience seriously just walked in from a Dennis Kucinich ralley.

You reap what you sew!

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Old 08-17-03, 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by kvrdave
You better watch out. The liberals around here are going to roast you for saying this because they don't like it when people just call others names rather than talk about what their views are.
No, no, no. This works tit for tat. You Republicans call Garafalo a whore, and liberals get outraged. Liberals call Coulter a whore, and everyone... Well we all just sort of have to agree!
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Old 08-17-03, 04:24 PM
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If you couldnt call women "whores" or men "dumb, pro oil-industry, tax cutting for the rich, cowboys" then 75% of all people in this country wouldnt be able to compete in a political debate!

It wouldnt be fair if we just had to debate on the issues! Us Conservatives would have no one to oppose!

BTW did Mahers interview destroy any chance of Ariana Huffington winning the Govonorship? Hey! Kinda reminded me of Leona Helmsley "Only little people pay taxes!"
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Old 08-17-03, 08:44 PM
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Originally posted by kvrdave
You better watch out. The liberals around here are going to roast you for saying this because they don't like it when people just call others names rather than talk about what their views are.


Okay, liberals, flame this guy.



waiting.....



waiting.....


hmmmmm...
Well, Variable697 shouldn't have called Maher a "whore," even if he did use the "intellectual" adjective.

Satisfied?

He didn't actually call Coulter a whore or anything. Just

this NRA, KKK flea bag takes it up the A and then swallows.
And really, that's nothing you wouldn't see in a typical pornographic movie.

It's still crude and uncalled for, but at least has a little panache.
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Old 08-18-03, 12:19 AM
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Originally posted by Tommy Ceez

It wouldnt be fair if we just had to debate on the issues! Us Conservatives would have nothing to say!
you've got that right!!

And I don't think Coulter is a whore....on the contrary, i'm sure she's a frigid uptight twat......and a friggin lunatic....but definately not a whore.
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Old 08-18-03, 09:08 AM
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Tommy Ceez, you really need to accept the fact that Maher leans left as does his audience. You seem to be watching some other show which is purported to be a news show or something. It's a COMEDY show, along with political discussion, flavored by the leanings of the host, Maher. At least Bill invites opposing viewpoints, something which rarely, if ever, happens on the conservative equivalents ("ditto", "ditto", "ditto").
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Old 08-18-03, 11:35 AM
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I think Coulter is best descriped as a troll (or she would be on the internet) I read an article of hers in the paper and she basically said that the Dixie Chicks should be jailed for being traitors. IF she really belives stuff like this, why would she be hanging out with Bill Maher? why would they be friends? I'd certianly not have anything to do with anyone I thought of as being a traitor. I'm guessing she likes the fuss she causes, and it's her main motivation. I don't know if there's anything really wrong with that.
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Old 08-18-03, 12:48 PM
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Originally posted by BizRodian
I think Coulter is best descriped as a troll (or she would be on the internet)
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Old 08-18-03, 02:13 PM
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Brizz, your misquoting of me and tampering with my words only sheds light on which end of the ideological spectrum you fall. Well done! You would make the New York Times proud!
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Old 08-18-03, 05:00 PM
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Originally posted by gerrythedon
I can't stand ANN COULTER [her voice annoys me, etc.], but everytime I see her on Bill's show the only thing that goes through my mind is, "DAMN I WANNA F _ _ K HER!"
Ann Coulter is what we call a four-bagger. One to put over your head, one for hers, then one more in case the first one breaks, and then finally a fourth bag to vomit profusely in when you're done. I wouldn't have sex with that skanky woman even if she was a liberal Democrat. It's not a political thing -- she looks like the Cryptkeeper in drag. No, no, no.

Originally posted by kvrdave
I stand behind Janeane Garofalo being a stupid whore, however
Janeane Garofalo is a different matter. I would like to stand behind her, all right.

She is on my laminated list.
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Old 08-18-03, 07:38 PM
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Originally posted by Tommy Ceez
Brizz, your misquoting of me and tampering with my words only sheds light on which end of the ideological spectrum you fall. Well done! You would make the New York Times proud!
It's called a joke

and conservatives here NEVER do that.....thin-skinned much?
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Old 08-18-03, 08:37 PM
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Re: Real Time 8/15/03 Ann Coulter and Orland Jones! I'm in love!!!!

Originally posted by kvrdave
I was suprised that Bill Maher said that Ann Coulter was one of his best friends "whether you like it or not"
This didn't surprise me. I personally don't know anyone who bases their friendships on politics (but I suppose there must be some small-minded, bigoted people who do).

I was surprised that Jesse Ventura didn't show any support for Arnold Schwarzenegger.

I remember watching the network's satellite feed of the election returns the night Ventura won. When the returns came in showing he had won, Maria Shriver was very excited for him and called Arnold on her cell phone to tell him the news. You could tell from Maria's half of the conversation that they were both happy for his success. Naturally I assumed they were good friends.

So, I wonder if they've had a falling out, or if Jesse Ventura is just a back-stabbing a-hole who thinks his "independent" image is more important to preserve than a long-standing friendship. It's not like it would have killed him to bash the party but support the man.

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Old 08-18-03, 10:50 PM
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Wow, people here on DVDTalk have a wrong perception on what a Republican is. Oh well gotta blame TV for that.
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Old 12-10-03, 08:41 PM
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REAL TIME returns in mid-January

Real Time with Bill Maher is back at 8 p.m. on Friday nights in the middle of January.

I like the edge he brings to his shows, but his recent "oral sex" jokes he told right in front of Hillary Clinton was really in poor taste.

I'm sure she's heard enough bl**j** jokes to last a lifetime and it seemed quite unecessary.

But I'll still watch.

Maher and Coulter together is priceless tv.
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Old 12-11-03, 03:57 AM
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one of the few liberals that is pretty good when talking about politics.
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Old 02-09-04, 04:13 AM
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Bill Maher's songs on Real Time

Looking for Bill Maher's hilarious "Kobe Teeth" songs from the last two shows on mp3. I checked both the HBO site and Bill Maher's official website with no luck. Anyone know of a website that has these songs?
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Old 02-09-04, 09:28 AM
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That Janet Jackson one was hilarious. I kept singing "Unrehearsed Wardrobe Malfunction...." and then the previous week it was "Those WMD program-related activities..."

Sorry, I don't know where to download them.

It's nice to see someone else on here that watches this show. I think it's great.

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Old 02-09-04, 10:40 AM
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Yeah, it's a funny show. His panels consist of a wide range of political views, and his "New Rules" has been suprisingly funny this year.

And, as you said, Kobe Teeth has been brilliant.
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Old 02-09-04, 12:26 PM
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This weeks new rules was the best with the IBM commerical.

"Stop making commericals I can't understand...I watch TV to see bimbos marry strangers for money. If I wanted to be confused, I'd take mushrooms."

Thats got to be the best one yet.
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Old 02-09-04, 12:43 PM
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Liked his rant about tipping:

MAHER: New Rule: Tipping is for waiters, bathroom attendants and lap dancers only. [laughter] What is it with Starbucks, delis, even dry cleaners all having little jars on the counter? Hmm, what's 15% of 'blow me'? [laughter] [applause] Waiters. Waiters get tips because they 'wait' on you. If your job involves standing behind a counter cutting bagels in half, you're not waiting on me; I'm waiting on you. [laughter] [applause] I think that's bi-partisan. We can all relate to that.
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I keep quoting this new rule to my Republican friends:

New Rule: The State of the Union must be used to describe the "state of the Union." It's not a shopping list, and it's not a bad Andy Rooney routine. [as Andy Rooney] "You know what I hate? When gay people do it." "Athletes on drugs are bad. You know what I like? Paramedics."
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My favorite was referring to the Civil War reenactments, "You are re-enacting something you lost."
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I rather enjoy his style of humor. Even if I disagree with one or two of his points, I am still able to find the humor in it. That takes skill, in my opinion.
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That last episode was freakin' amazing
"If size really mattered, elections would be won by the guy who got the most votes"
"No indescretion is so large it can't be rectified by holding your spouse's hand, gazing deeply into her eyes and asking 'How'd you like to be the junior Senetor from New York?"
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