Senators Stab Trump to Death in Central Park Performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar

The Public Theater’s brutal on-stage murder of a fluffy blonde haired, long-tie wearing Caesar comes as Kathy Griffin’s photoshoot posing with a facsimile of Donald Trump’s severed head was met with swift, universal, bipartisan outrage and condemnation.

The center left is gradually convincing themselves that violence is acceptable.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    That’s okay.
    We punch back.

  • mobuyus

    Theater is packed to the gunwales with limp-wristed panty waist fairies that could never do any kind of work let alone anything involving physical labour. When we can no longer tell good old fashioned queer jokes that have served our culture well for thousands of years in public this is the sort of garbage that fills the void. This disgusting bilge is what the bowel troweling community of fudge packers and their leftist bum dart buddies find funny. I hope this sort of theater dies a ghastly death. No one actually pays to see this stuff. It is foisted on people and captive audiences and usually paid for with the taxpayers blood sweat and tears.

    • Clink9

      Actual LOL. Clap , clap ….

      • mobuyus

        Thanks. I was actually saddened to have to write this. But I did manage to get bowel trowelers fudge packers and bum dart buddies in one sentence, and of this and your generous response I feel somewhat proud. Thank-You again.

  • DavidinNorthBurnaby

    “The center left is gradually convincing themselves that violence is acceptable.”
    Yes, and they want to watch that. What goes around comes around.

    • Clink9

      They ain’t bright enough to think that far out.

  • Gary

    How about Othello where the black man in jail is Obama that gets dragged out and lynched .

    • DavidinNorthBurnaby

      I would pay to watch that. I would pay extra for a role in the lynch-mob.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Thank you ‘Mamba for once more reading my mind!

      • A thankless task. You should see some of the stuff that’s in there.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Some days I just want to throw in a lit railroad flare and call the insurance company.

          • My “mind” is under lock and key, let me tell you.

            BTW, it’s interesting how well these movies have aged. Even with O.J. in them.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            That kind of humor has aged well because I think that almost nobody else can pull it off, and so its rarely done, and so we don’t get sick of it.
            I also think that many people just don’t understand it so more comedians don’t try their hand at it.
            You know what hasn’t aged well?
            Steve Martin’s “Let’s Get Small” and Andrew Dice Clay’s “The Dice Man Cometh”.
            in 1977 and 1989 respectively, there was nothing else funnier, and now its like “meh…”.
            Bill Cosby’s early albums are still surprisingly enjoyable.

          • I’ve not seen either, but I’ll look them up. Thanks.

            Airplane! is my idea of the funniest comedy ever. I got ahold of it somehow when I was about 17 and nobody had told me anything about it and still I knew it was genius. But humour dates so quickly. Does anyone find Buster Keaton funny, today? Clever, yes. Superhumanly talented, yes. But genuinely funny? People still find the Marx Brothers funny, but I wonder how long that will keep going. I think it’s mostly down to Groucho’s verbal genius, and the kind of surrealistic randomness that people like in Monty Python.

            One of the hilarious things about Airplane! is that if you ever catch Leslie Nielsen in a pre-airplane role – and he was a well know actor prior – it’s impossible to watch the movie without cracking up – because, notoriously, he does the exact same routine as a serious tough-guy verses a deadpan comedian. He added a certain genius for cartoon-character-like comedy, of course. I like to think he enjoyed his latter career more. Who wouldn’t?

            (BTW, Leslie Nielson’s brother was briefly the Canadian deputy Prime Minister. Bet you didn’t no that. Neither does anyone else.)

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            I wouldn’t say that they are funny, but they are entertaining.
            Buster Keaton is okay, pretty good actually, but Harold Lloyd was a certified genius in my book.
            Not really funny, but great stuff.
            I think humor over a hundred years old is darned rare stuff.
            Culturally, there is such a disconnect that I just cant see how it would work.
            Like some comedian from China telling jokes about Chinese life that we would zero frame of reference to.
            Maybe he’s funny in China, but we just shrug our shoulders and think he’s weird.
            The two Cosby albums I liked best are “Why is there air”, “I Started Out as a Child” and “Wonderfulness” “My Brother Russel…” “200 MPH”. (OKAY! More than two), but really, eight of his first ten albums were really funny, so pick them at random. These days they are all on YouTube or downloadable.
            17 was about the age I was when I saw Airplane, but that’s when it came out. My family (and I) loved it but nobody at my high school really got it.
            I never fully grasped Monty Python.

          • mobuyus

            Eric Nielson lived in my neighbourhood in the late 1960’s to early 1970’s. The other brother (not Leslie) was my neighbour across my backyard and my sister babysat their kids.

          • Clink9

            I saw Airplane with a few guy friends in the theatre when it came out. We loved it.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I find Buster Keaton compelling in that he did all his own stunts and sustained many serious injuries.

          • Clink9

            Bill Cosby’s “Himself” video was a classic in our family with the dentist scene.

            I think it was taped in Hamilton Ontario.

    • Minicapt

      Before there was “Airplane!”, there was …


  • OT: I’m not sure if this is accurate or not:

  • Hard Little Machine

    This will end with several high level democrats being assassinated in real life.