Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Blind Item #10

One of the enablers of the disgraced director who is basically his heir apparent and knew everything the disgraced director was doing is hosting a political fundraiser. Sounds sketchy.

47 comments:

Tricia13 said...

Singer a d

Tricia13 said...

Or James Gunn

sandybrook said...

Simon Kinberg and Singer

sandybrook said...

For Cory Booker, or at least he will be there, he's out in Hollywood to attend it.

Neal M said...

"The local fundraiser is set for the home of producer and X-Men: Dark Phoenix director Simon Kinberg. Booker is not up re-election this year..."

rosie riveter said...

You mean James Gunn who was the author of this brilliant tweet:
"I like it when little boys touch me in my silly spot"


So whats the big deal with this IMAGINED offense? Is this how all of you droll characters IMAGINE he is?
-Plot

#TEAMGEELJIRE CLASSIC said...

Is Cory bringing his Sparticus fursuit?🤢🤮

J said...

Hillary has no better friend than Harvey Weinstein.

cc423 said...

BS J

#TEAMGEELJIRE CLASSIC said...

Yeah. She has better friends.

1. $13.5M — Haim ($7.3M) and Cheryl ($6.2M) Saban

2. $3.1M —Thomas ($2.3M) and Alba ($823K) Tull

3. $2.8 M — J.J. Abrams ($1.4M) and Katie McGrath ($1.4M)

4. $2.3M — Steven Spielberg ($2.2M) and Kate Capshaw ($95K)

5. $2.6M — Jeffrey ($2.5M) and Marilyn ($89K) Katzenberg

6. $1.1M —Seth MacFarlane

7. $819K — Casey ($778K) and Laura ($41K) Wasserman

8. $816K — Barry Diller ($427K) and Diane von Furstenberg ($389K)

9. $628K — James Cameron ($478K) and Suzy Amis ($150K)

10. $534K — Magic ($531K) and Cookie ($2,700) Johnson

plot said...

@J

How do you know?

Oh well, it will be Huma next week, Spielberg the next, Soros in a month and Satan himself next year.

Hillary is personal fantasy character for the comic book types.

plot said...

@Gee

You jelly baby?

#TEAMGEELJIRE CLASSIC said...

https://nypost.com/2018/10/02/packages-sent-to-pentagon-test-positive-for-ricin/

Was this you?

Low Key said...

@plot, what exactly is a "comic book type"? And why the hell would Hillary have anything to do with... you know, never mind, I really don't want to know..

BRAD PITT said...

@ #TEAMGEELJIRE CLASSIC

you did your homework

Amartel said...

Protection costs money, people!

Amartel said...

They probably write it off.

Kris Taylor said...

Ratner / Mnuchin?

J said...

plot, no, I'm actually pretty satisfied with my situation.

I mean, I don't have to imagine dead tv chefs come and talk to me when I make fried-baloney sandwiches. That would suck, you know?

J said...

"So I was in my kitchen, by myself, making something to eat, and having a conversation with Anthony Bourdain about it. I was really worried that he would disapprove of what I was making."

-- plot the certifiable.

#TEAMGEELJIRE CLASSIC said...

This may be why ouija boards are haram

Guesser said...

@plot eats fried baloney sandwiches? Is she possessed by my Mom?

plot said...

@Guesser

Don't knock it till you've tried it!

No, seriously, not anymore but I was raised on the like. Fried baloney still tastes like home. At least it isn't Velveeta.

Tricia13 said...
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Stupidpervs said...

He wasn't serious ..old people have no humor that's why comedy is dead and sexual assault is a joke ..you fem bots complain over small jokes while letting rapist off the hook cuz of statue of limits ..enjoy your silence condoning and the fact you act like it's a real quote instead of a immature joke means more serious actually peeps are allowed to continue in private in these ivy league jackasses

Weekittylass said...

Everyone knows you crawled out from under a rock and slithered straight to the gutter...or trailer park.

rosie riveter said...

"Fried boloney tastes like home"

Hahahahahahahaha
Lololololololol
Jajajajajajajaja

plot said...

Alright rosie, what did your mother feed you when her patience was worn thin and she was strapped, both financially and for time?

We had fish sticks, too! And frozen chicken pot pies!

Gonna laugh? I promise I won't if you share one of those awful dinners we all ate and loved as kids.

Guesser said...

The million dollar question,with fried onion? I thought my mother invented it. Well it is better than scrapple. Why is it grey?! Or spam.

AbbyRock said...

Potato bar fundraiser for Spudacus, they're always raising money. Dpesn't matter if he's running this year or not. Sending feelers for a 2020 POTUS run.

plot said...

No, never fried onion but a slice of American cheese made it just perfect!

We had Neese's Pork products here, the favorite being a brick of something gray, greasy and mealy.

sandybrook said...

I've had fried bologna sammitches Not awful but nothing compares to pork roll sammitches which need to be fried to to be good.

J said...

Great, everyone loves fried bologna.

Now, how many of you talk with Anthony Bourdain while preparing it?

Guesser said...

Of course not @J,I only talk to him when I'm making the perfect steak. Okay,try this one ,leftover spaghetti fried in real butter?

Notyomommatoday said...

Political Fundraiser for the LOONEY LEFT, I assume. Figures.. They're all pedos anyway.

Hamid said...

But raping kids and beheading kuffars is halal.

Shaddup Mimsey said...

You’re a gay fish

rosie riveter said...

Shutit, shithead.
No one invited you to this fried bologna party.
Suddenly I don't mind plot.

Speaking of which
Yes, Ive always loved fish sticks.

plot said...

@Guesser

That butter fried spaghetti is tickling my fancy. My mom would probably have thrown in some barely healthy vegetable like a 25 cent can of peas.

Lovino said...

Do not disparage Velveeta! I use it to make cheese toast in the broiler every time I read a Dancing Boy blind item. Also, fried baloney eaters, you forgot to mention putting jelly on the sandwich. Love fish sticks, chicken pot pies, Yankee pot roast cooked in the bag and Campbell Tomato Soup with a grilled cheese sandwich. All of it eaten on an TV tray in front of the old Zenith console.

mercyprosperity said...

My father left when I was four. There was no money.
Campbells soup. Creamed corn. PB and jelly. Sometimes, Cheerios and milk, or pancakes for dinner.
But..We never went hungry. Inexpensive carbs, and no meat....But not hungry. Happy birthday this week, Mom; u are missed

j jordan said...

how did this thread turn into a trumptard rally?

Sarton Bander said...

It's not anti trump enough for you?

Hollwood paedos and hebephiles seem to exclusively donate to the dems.

Maybe the IRS should properly investigate hollywood accounting?

chillip said...

Fascinating food windows!

Didn't see plot as a Neese's kind of guy. Not my cup of tea, but most everything else mentioned a staple of my youth. And don't forget the gov't cheese!

Shameful disclosure: Columbus, Ohio's finest Italian food, Chef Boyardee, still resides in my pantry for a quick lunch bite.

sugar of lead said...

Kraft ultra-orange mac and chee. Hamburger, tater tot, peas, and cream of mushroom soup casserole. Tuna casserole. Chung King egg foo yung. Scalloped potatoes and ham, heavy on the potatoes. Sloppy joes. Tacos, with grated cheddar complete with a bit of green mold she was too cheap to cut off. I could go on. :)

plot said...

Jelly on fried bologna? This requires research.

Oh tater tots, the delicious crunchy carb of nearly every meal when mom was rushing and mad as hell.

@chillip

I wouldn't touch it now, not even lust for it, but Neese's was cheap and easily added to low cost dinners as a tiny bit of protein, that or the super-cheap neon-red bacon doled out in thirds.

shakey said...

Did Ent do a Your Turn about what we ate when we were kids?

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