At the end of a tiny deserted bar in downtown Detroit sat a huge black man. He was having a few beers when a short, well dressed, and obviously gay man walked in and sat beside him.
After three or four beers, the gay man got the courage to say a few words to the big black man.
Leaning over towards him, he whispered, “Do you want a blow job?”
At this, the massive black man leaped up with fire in his eyes, and smacked the crap out of the gay man, knocking him swiftly off his stool. He proceeded to beat him all the way out of the bar before leaving him bruised and battered in the parking lot and returned to his seat.
Amazed, the bartender quickly brought over another beer to the black man and said, “I’ve never seen you react like that. What did he say to you?”
“I don’t know,” the black man replied. “Something about a job.”
Don’t know if you caught this one on YouTube but it is worth a watch.
Be sure to watch the very end. Enjoy!
Mucho props to Big Dog for sending this one in.
Ah, the decisions we make while under the influence…
You don’t have to understand Russian to understand what these guys are saying.
Many moons ago I met a young man named Robert Egger. We were both in our 20s and Robert was managing a club in the Adams Morgan district of DC called the Childe Harold. Our acquaintance was brief, life moved on and we went our separate ways.
For the past 21 years Mr. Egger has been the Founder and President of DC Central Kitchen, which produces 4,500 meals per day for people who would otherwise go hungry, while simultaneously providing job training and almost 100% job placement for 400 unemployed people per year.
Last week Rush Limbaugh used his bully pulpit to call employees of non-profit organizations lazy idiots who are raping the American economy. Mr. Egger took exception to Rush’s radio rant and called him out on YouTube. The result is absolutely awesome!
The video is only 5:20 but if you can’t make it all the way through, be sure to fast-forward to the ending. It’s priceless.
In this case the two wrongs were: 1) Riding a bicycle against traffic on an extremely busy street and; 2) Stepping out onto a one-way street, without looking both ways.