Drunk Guy Jumps On Moose From Boat

Evidently he can face charges for this. The drunk, not the Moose.

  • just a thought

    Speaking of moose (pl of moose), here’s an oldie from Woody Allen (back when he was funny)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmnLRVWgnXU

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Woody was funny?

      • just a thought

        You didn’t like that routine?!

        And, yes, back when he made fun of nonsense, regardless of who was the perp.

        QUESTION – Do you think Monty Python is funny?

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Yes, but not the bits most people think are funny.
          John Cleese on the castle wall in Grail I find least funny.
          And the Knights of Ni irritate me.
          But, Bicycle Repairman is awesome.

          • just a thought

            OK, then you might not be surprised at the fact that John Cleese is about as big a Lefty idiot as you’ll find anywhere
            http://sweetness-light.com/archive/john-cleese-offers-to-write-gags-for-obama

            Personally, I couldn’t stand Fawlty Towers.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I watched Fawlty Towers mainly for Manuel.
            Cleese has lately been moaning about how the London of his time has changed for the worse.
            There were a shit load of things wrong with England back then.
            You could see that even in their TV shows.
            I was just a kid but I loved all things English since my mother was born there.
            The reason to this day that we eat bread and drippin’ is that they used to ration butter.
            So, you’d save all the grease, any grease, from whatever you roasted and use it as a butter substitute.
            Homegrown tomatoes on burnt toast slathered with bacon grease and salt and peppered is heavenly.

          • El Martyachi

            Between the food, the weather and the women … it’s like heaven on earth.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I’ve always wanted to go to the Glastonbury Festival.
            I’d lose my mind to see Mick Jones roasting a marshmallow.

          • ntt1

            its like the burning man gathering but with damp cold weather, mud and overflowing loos.

          • Cleese is probably a total jackass, not that I’d know – his cheap-shot at Sarah Palin really stuck in my craw, I admit – but his comedic brilliance is undeniable.

            Fawlty Towers is basically perfect. The characterization, the farce perfectly executed but never overdone, the splendidly witty, bare-bones script, the fine acting, the sheer pitilessness of it (Basil + Sybil is surely one of the most realistic depictions of a nightmare marriage ever) – if you don’t see why it’s good your taste is just bad, and you should feel bad.

            I say this with love 🙂

          • just a thought

            LOL – while I did think some bits were funny, he was always just too loud and boorish. I couldn’t see what he was making fun of, because most people aren’t like that, except in the minds (I use that term loosely) of leftists.

            …also “with love” 🙂

          • OMG, really? You don’t get Fawlty Towers?

          • ntt1

            Didn’t basil disrespect a moose as well? I believe it was the “don’t mention the war” episode

          • just a thought

            Palin and Jones were the funny ones, anyway.
            http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3001679/Michael-Palin-blasts-Monty-Python-star-John-Cleese-says-comedy-troupe-unlikely-reform.html
            Perhaps that explains why he was so convincing playing an idiot?

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          Sometimes what people do later in life invalidates all their previous work.
          For instance, OJ Simpson was funny in The Naked Gun as Nordberg.
          But, then he killed his wife.
          Robert Blake was great as Baretta.
          But, then he killed his wife.
          Robert Wagner was great in Hart to Hart.
          But, then he killed his wife.

          • just a thought

            Exactly my point. Just because Allen has deteriorated, doesn’t mean he wasn’t funny then.

            And John Cleese? Well, he didn’t kill anyone (yet?), but he has become every bit the idiot he used to parody.
            http://hillbillywhitetrash.blogspot.com/2010/01/another-america-hating-euro-loon.html

            got to get up in 4 hours.
            G’Night

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Actually, I do, too.

          • ntt1

            Cleese hasn’t killed any of the multitude of ex-wives, unless there is such a thing as drowning in alimony payments and unearned luxury.

  • k1962

    Saw that on the news tonight. What an idiot.

    • David Murrell

      Same here. I hope they catch and expose the bastard.

      • k1962

        I hope he is charged or fined. Watching that made me sick. It was so cruel.

  • just a thought

    P.S. – Will he be charged for riding DMI, Driving Moose Intoxicated?

  • El Martyachi

    … watched it without sound.. assumed it was Russia.

  • just a thought

    at least that guy was for real, unlike some more famous frauds.
    http://hoaxes.org/weblog/comments/theodore_roosevelt_rides_a_moose

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    I’m surprised that ended as well as it did.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      That’s a pretty big double dog dare.
      I hope he had money riding on that.

  • Jay Currie

    So, like the guy’s name was Moose right….Not too bright, willing to harass large animals.

    The term dick head was actually invented for our boy. Of course he shouldn’t be charged. But a giant billboard with his face and name should be erected with the inscription, “Dickhead, dumber than a moose.”

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Well, maybe he’ll go to a lion park and leave his car window open.

  • I think the word “drunk” in the title is perhaps a tad superfluous.

  • Exile1981

    That looks like a young moose. Try that with a full grown male during the rutt…

  • glasnost

    Hoser.