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SNL: Annuale

February 25th, 2008 · 4 Comments

SNL returned this past Saturday after a long hiatus due to the writer’s strike. The show was hilarious. I don’t think I’ve laughed so hard over SNL skits in a long, long time. While I wanted to post a video of my favorite short, a parody of the Brett Michael’s show, Rock of Love II, I couldn’t find a video of it. However, the video below is just as comical. Watch it!


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Posted by: kimberly phillips · Tags: current events

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  • 1 Filiz // Jul 13, 2014 at 8:11 am

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  • 2 Jeanneth // Feb 26, 2015 at 1:47 am

    I was wondering what in the heck hanpeped to that video. One day I searching for it and poof, it just vanished out of thin air. Thanks for pointing back to the NBC site, I’ll make sure I watch it on there.Brian Garvin

  • 3 Imad // Mar 29, 2015 at 2:56 am

    The Dow meltdown yedretsay puzzled me because a major part of the meltdown was caused by a single trader, who “fat-fingered” a key and hit billion instead of million on a trade. Think how vulnerable the system is if one trader making one typing error can cause that type of calamity. Cyber-terrorists are you watching? The Noah’s Ark story in the bible makes no sense to me on any level.

  • 4 Milena // Apr 28, 2015 at 2:00 am

    Americans think the world revolves them, a peirpectsve constantly refreshed by our foreign policy-military archipelago and its PR machine and minions.There are great investment opps throughout the Far East, where a boom is taking place that will ultimately dwarf anything that happened in the USA.The only risk I see is that the Communist Party still controls China, and indeed controls majority voting shares of all public companies in China (a fact not revealed in Western prospectuses).Without allocation of resources by price, China may collapse the way the Soviet Union did. Making predictions is hard, especially about the future. What would happen in China after a collapse it hard to tell–free enterprise, or even more state control?Still, my sense is that the future is in the Far East. Invest there and move there if you can. The USA is sinking under a subsidized rural economy, a huge military parasite complex, a mandarin class of lawyers and litigants, and huge welfare classes of all kinds. To top it off, we have mediocre governance, and a Fed that may strangle growth through too-tight money (ala Japan). Tough choices out there.