“That is remarkable. Are you hearing that anywhere? Have you heard that anywhere?”
“The GOP would not like Dan Bongino in office, and that should be all the endorsement that you need.”
“Eventually, the whole world is going to collapse.”
Everyone has heard of “the butterfly effect” – the idea that a tiny change somewhere far away can snowball into a huge force, sometimes powerful enough to alter the future of the world. The “butterfly” in this case was a man named Al Capone.
“It’s just this weird thing we’re going through right now that I hope goes away, so we start to have real experiences again.”
“This is the greatest kid of all time. That’s my favorite guest of the whole year.”
With the culture so devoid of morality, what is the solution?
“The Beast of the Beat is really not as much about creating rap stars as it is about creating men.”
“I put the book together is because I know conservatives are scratching their head and think: How in the heck did we get a guy like [Obama] in the White House. And the answer is, over about 20 years, everybody was sort of a asleep as this was happening.”
Take a guess. Anyone? Anyone?
If you traveled back to 1891 to read the official government accounts about what happened at Wounded Knee, you’d probably conclude that many of the unarmed, dead Indians had gone crazy in a religious fervor and somehow shot each other. But what’s the real story?
“How are you going to get your packages? You are on an island, you dopes!”
“I love it when they get caught in the bear trap. And it was a trap he set for himself.”
“Ask yourself: Do you think people are going to get better or worse from here? Like it or not, we are the generation Washington foresaw. It’s time to be wise and honest and do the right thing.”
Stu plays a little game of compare and contrast…
“Look, websites have problems, but you get it [fixed] in hours or minutes. You get them done, at the worst, in days. Two months is an eternity in the digital world.”
“Is this just an attempt to draw us in, [and] distract us from Healthcare.gov. Why use that name… It is very creepy.”