244 fun reasons to love America

July 4th, 2020

244 fun reasons to love America

1980 Olympic Gold Medal Hockey Team

1980s hard rock hair metal

2 Live Crew’s Banned in the USA

7-Eleven Big Gulps and Slurpees

ACDC’s You shook me, Thunderstruck, Moneytalks

Adam Sandler

Aerosmith

Airheads band The Lone Rangers

Al D’Amato’s singing

Alf

America the Beautiful sung by Ray Charles

American soldiers and veterans

Animaniacs

Anthony Clark

Bad Touch’s Discovery Channel

Batman: The Dark Knight

BB King and Lucille

Ben and Jerry’s Cherry Garcia

Biff Henderson

Bill Cosby, Himself video

Bill Murray’s Quick Change

Bill of Rights

Bill the Cat

Billiards

Blue Collar Comedy Tour

Blue Bloods

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Bluegrass Junction

Bounce houses

Bouncing 25 cent rubber balls

Boxing promoter Don King

Brooklyn

Bubblebaths for two

Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck

Burgertime

Burt Reynolds and Dom DeLuise movies

Caddyshack

Capitalism

Capture the flag

Cards Against Humanity

Chabad Houses

Charitable people

Cheerleaders

Cheers’s Sam Mayday Malone and Norm Peterson

Cherry Lime Rickeys

Chocolate covered cherries

Chris Berman

Chris Gardner’s The Pursuit of Happyness

Chris Noth’s Mike Logan

Chris Tucker singing Barry White

Coca-Cola

Coed touch football

Colorwar

Commando and pantsless Wednesdays (until HR intervened)

Conan O’Brien’s In the Year 2000

Corn Fritters

Cosmic Bowling

County Fairs

Dale Intimidator Earnhardt’s 1998 Daytona 500

Dana Carvey

Dann Florek’s Captain Donald Cragen

David Letterman’s Top Ten Lists

Dennis Farina

Desperate Housewives

Deuce Bigalow, Male Gigolo

Die Hard

DirecTV NFL Package

Dog-riding monkey

Donald Trump–from the Apprentice to the White House to Twitter

Doritos

Dr. Brown’s Black Cherry Soda

Dr. Charles Krauthammer

Duck Dynasty

Ebay

Edible underthings

Entrepreneurship

ESPN

Eye of the tiger

Fireworks

Flavored massage oil

Founding Fathers

Fox News

Fraggle Rock

Freedom, liberty, right of dissent

Gaga (dodgeball using closed fist and cherry ball)

Game nights

Garlic knots

Gatorade dumping on coaches

George W. Bush picks up bullhorn

Glow sticks as fake cigars

Golden Corral

GPS trackers

Greg the Bunny


Greg Gutfeld

Hamburgers

Happy face emoticons

Harmonicas

Hawaii

Henny Youngman

Hot Chocolate’s You sexy thing (I believe in miracles)

Hot scantily clad women

Howard Stern

I once finger-(blanked) a hermit crab (whoever said that)

In n Out Burger

Independence Day BBQs

Instant messaging

Internet dating

Iphones

Italian ices

J. Geils Band’s Centerfold

Jack Nicholson’s Colonel Nathan R. Jessup

Jacuzzi romps

Jell-O

Jell-O wrestling

Jerry Orbach’s Lenny Briscoe

Jerry Reed’s Eastbound and Down

Jim Carrey’s Ace Ventura, Pet Detective

John Cougar Mellencamp’s Pink Houses and Hurts so good

John Facenda’s The Autumn Wind

John McEnroe’s tennis tantrums

Judaism celebrated in peace

Justice Scalia’s scathing dissents

Karl Rove’s whiteboard

Kazoos

KFC Popcorn Chicken

Kickball

Kim Kardashian’s bare bottom

King of the Hill

Kool-Aid

Kosher imitation bacon and crab

Krispy Kreme Donut Hamburgers

Laff-Olympics

Larry Hagman’s J.R. Ewing on Dallas

Las Vegas

Lee Greenwood’s God bless the USA and Bandit Express

Lilo and Stitch — Ohana means family––––––––––––––

Louie Armstrong’s It’s a Wonderful World—————————————-

Louisiana Cajun Cooking (Especially with Justin Wilson)

Lucky Charms

Madden Football

Magnum, P.I.

Mardi Gras, New Orleans

Mark Levin’s rants

Married with Children’s Al Bundy

Marvin Gaye’s Sexual Healing and Let’s get it on

Mascots

McDonalds

Meat and potatoes

Michael J. Fox’s Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties

Mills Lane yelling Let’s get it on

Miniature golf

Monopoly

Morris Day and the Time’s Jerk Out

Mountain Dew Code Red

MTV’s Celebrity Deathmatch

Murder, She Wrote

Nathan’s Coney Island Hot Dog Eating Contest

National Federation of Republican Women

National Football League

Neocons

New Years Eve noisemakers

New York Post front and back page

New York Stock Exchange opening and closing bells

NFL Films

NFL Network

Oakland Raiders

Old School with Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn

Overtime playoff hockey

Pajama parties

Peaceful transition of political power

Phil Hartman

Pizza

Political Conventions

Pool volleyball

Pringles

Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio

Q-Bert

Queen’s I want it all

Raider Nation

Rainbow Sherbert

Redeye with Greg Gutfeld

Republican Jewish Brunettes

Republican Party Animals

Riptide

Robin Williams

Ronald Reagan’s self-deprecating jokes 

Rudy Giuliani’s New York toughness

Run DMC

Rush Limbaugh

San Diego Wild Animal Park

Satellite TV

Save a horse, ride a cowboy

Scrabble

Sean Hannity’s Freedom Concerts

Seinfeld

Sexting

Sherman Hemsley’s George Jefferson

Sizzler

Sky high skyscrapers

Skype

Slim Jims

Snoopy’s Joe Cool

Snow football

Social networks for building businesses

South Beach, Miami Spring Break

South Park

Spiderman

Sportsbars

Stock trading

Stratego

Strip chess

Stuart Scott

Sudoku

Summer camp

Super Soakers

Supply-side tax cuts

T-shirt originals

Taco Bell

Talk radio

Thanksgiving with John Madden

The Color of Money

The Counter Build Your Own Burger

The Expendables

The Frat Pack

The Honeymooners

The Muppets

The Onion

Tim McGraw’s Indian Outlaw ——————————————————

Tivo

Toby Keith’s Courtesy of the Red White and Blue

Train rides

Trampoline Dodgeball

Tygrrrr Express

USA Cartoon Express

Video Arcade Games

We’re not France

Weekend at Bernie’s

Western medicine

Whitesnake’s Here I go again video

Wifi on planes

XM Sirius Satellite Radio

Yoo-Hoo

Young Jewish Conservatives

Yummy bouncies and badonkadonks

ZZ Top’s Sleeping Bag and Sharp Dressed Man

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The revenge lynching of Garrett Rolfe

June 17th, 2020

Rashard Brooks: Fulton County DA chooses vengeance and politics over justice and law

BLM is a Jew-hating movement

June 7th, 2020

Honoring George Floyd by rejecting anti-Semitic Black Lives Matter

Al Sharpton spreads racial poison at George Floyd funeral

June 4th, 2020

Al Sharpton attacks Jews, President Trump at George Floyd memorial

The New York liberal war on Jews

May 1st, 2020

The real reasons De Blasio and leftists target Orthodox Jews

Joe Biden’s unqualified VP choices

May 1st, 2020

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Serious questions for Joe Biden’s unqualified token female Vice President

Media liberals deliberately cover up Tara Reade accusations

April 28th, 2020

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NFL Draft 2020 Epilogue

April 25th, 2020

LOS ANGELES, April 25, 2020 — The first round of the first ever virtual NFL Draft was in the books. Rather than the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas, most owners and coaches were drafting players in their home offices. Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury showed the world his the view from his McMansion, but even NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was in his basement. Naturally, Jerry Jones held his virtual Draft office on his luxury yacht that resembled an intergalactic spaceship.

The joy that comes along with the Draft was replaced at the start with the somber reality of life under a Corona virus pandemic. There was still plenty of jubilation and tears of happiness from drafted players, but a brutal bolt of sadness near the end of the night. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott informed the world that his beloved older brother Jace had died at age 31.

During gut-wrenching times, football is a form of escapism. The first round of the NFL Draft was desperately needed to give fans something to unite around. The second day brought players with names less familiar, but it was still football in a nation starving for sports of any kind.

After being shut out of the first round entirely, the Steelers, Bears and Patriots finally got to participate on the second day.

As with the first round, the Cincinnati Bengals picked first in the second round. They gave newly acquired quarterback Joe Burrow a new toy to play with, picking wide receiver Tee Higgins of Clemson. Some analysts had him as a first round pick. In a draft loaded with receivers, the Bengals were lucky he fell to them.

With the 37th pick overall, the New England Patriots finally made a selection. The Patriots traded out of the first round yesterday to stock picks. With Tim Brady gone and the top quarterbacks off the board, what would Bill Belichick do? He did what he does. Despite having a 2019 defense that was better than it had been in years, Belichick opted for an unknown safety from an unknown school. Kyle Dugger from Lenoir-Rhyne, which is actually not in Belgium. It is a private Lutheran university in Hickory, North Carolina. Belichick and his scouts can find anybody, anywhere.

The 49th pick had the Pittsburgh Steelers giving grizzled veteran Ben Roethlisberger a wide receiver to replace talented head case Antonio Brown. Chase Claypool of Notre Dame was the pick.

The 52nd pick saw the Los Angeles Rams of Anaheim, Cleveland and St. Louis choose Florida State running back Cam Akers. He replaces Todd Gurley, who took his sore knee to the Atlanta Falcons after being released.

The 53rd pick brought some audible gasps. It seems that Aaron Rodgers is not the only one being sent a message. The Philadelphia Eagles chose Oklahoma quarterback Jalen Hurts. Eagles fans normally hate their quarterback, but for some reason Carson Wentz has been fairly loved in the brutally tough city of brotherly love. While Jordan Love is clearly Rodgers’s backup in Green Bay, the Hurts selection may be a message to Wentz. Stay healthy for an entire season or find employment elsewhere.

The Oakland-Los Angeles Raiders of Las Vegas did not have a second round pick, but they had three selections in the third round. The Raider Nation saw slight confusion as the team had consecutive picks at 80 and 81. They picked wide receivers on both picks, a stunning development for a team needing plenty of defensive help.

Bryan Edwards of South Carolina was the 81st pick and a traditional receiver. The real surprise was Lynn Bowden Jr. of Kentucky with the 80th pick. The TV screens said he was a wide receiver. The Commissioner said he was a running back. The analysts said he played wide receiver, running back, and even quarterback. He is expected to be used as an all-purpose threat. However, with Josh Jacobs firmly entrenched as the starting bellcow, Bowden will be mostly playing wide receiver. Jon Gruden has given Derek Carr a ton of toys to play with. To keep the raider Nation from going catatonic, it was essential to start drafting some guys on defense.

The Raiders traded their final third round pick in the 91st spot to the New England Patriots. By moving down 9 spots to pick 100, the Raiders also gained an extra fourth round pick. The teams also swapped fifth round picks to the benefit of the Patriots. New England used the pick to obtain UCLA tight end Devon Asiasi. With Rob Gronkowski opting for retirement and then Tampa Bay over Belichick, the Evil Hoodie has a new rookie to whip into shape.

More confusion reigned when the Raiders used pick 100 on Tanner Muse of Clemson. The sports analysts kept referring to him as a linebacker but the TV showed him as a safety. Either way, he plays defense, which the Raiders desperately need.

The final pick of the third round belonged to the Baltimore Ravens. With the 106th pick in the Draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected guard Tyre Phillips of Mississippi State. Although Philips pronounces his last name Tie-ree, he is built like a tire.

After five hours, the second day of the NFL 2020 Virtual Draft was in the history books. The third and final day on Saturday would cover rounds four through seven all the way through to the final pick, the beloved “Mr. Irrelevant.”

Mr. Irrelevant turned out to be Georgia linebacker Tae Crawford. He was taken with the 255th and final pick by the New York Giants. Due to the Corona virus pandemic, he will not be given the usual festivities associated with “Irrelevant week.”

For the undrafted, there is still plenty of hope. Shortly after the Draft ended, the Washington Redskins announced the free agent signing of tight end Thaddeus Moss. He is the son of Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss.