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GOP ponders scandal's toll on Christie's future

There are 198 comments on the Yahoo! story from Feb 2, 2014, titled GOP ponders scandal's toll on Christie's future. In it, Yahoo! reports that:

Fellow Republicans on Saturday debated the fallout over new suggestions that Gov. Chris Christie knew about a traffic-blocking operation orchestrated by top aides as apparent political payback earlier than he has acknowledged.

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Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#191 Feb 7, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>May I cut in? Yes, Herbie Mann was a jazz flutist, until he got into reggae and disco, descending from okay to mediocre. Kenny G however, is another story entirely. I'd sooner join the Tea Party than have to listen to his pseudo-jazz noises.
you've got to admit that Kenny G has nice hair though...at least on one side.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#192 Feb 7, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Come on, there's no such thing as a sanity clause!
I am fortunate to have all the Laurel and Hardy films. I plan to live there when I die.
JUDGE (to Mae West): Are you trying to show contempt for his court?
MAE W: On the contrary judge, I'm doing my best to hide it.
Mrs. Rittenhouse, to Groucho...."Hold me closer, closer"
Groucho..".if I hold you any closer, I'll be behind you"

Groucho to Mrs. Rittenhouse" you've got looks, charm, money....you do have money don't you, or we can stop right here"

“Happiness comes through giving”

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#193 Feb 7, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
Mrs. Rittenhouse, to Groucho...."Hold me closer, closer"
Groucho..".if I hold you any closer, I'll be behind you"
Groucho to Mrs. Rittenhouse" you've got looks, charm, money....you do have money don't you, or we can stop right here"
Blonde temptress (to Groucho): May I join you?
Groucho: Why, am I coming apart?

Do you mind if I smoke?
I don't care if you burn!

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#194 Feb 7, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Blonde temptress (to Groucho): May I join you?
Groucho: Why, am I coming apart?
Do you mind if I smoke?
I don't care if you burn!
The boys were known to ad lib and go off script often, during their broadway days...one night the author of the play interrupted who he was talking to, to say, " wait a minute, I think I heard one of the lines from the script"

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#195 Feb 7, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>May I cut in? Yes, Herbie Mann was a jazz flutist, until he got into reggae and disco, descending from okay to mediocre. Kenny G however, is another story entirely. I'd sooner join the Tea Party than have to listen to his pseudo-jazz noises.
Years ago, i had a girlfriend that loved Kenny G......needless to say, we crashed and burned....lol.....Like friends that imitated the Wild and Crazy Guys, more than once......

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#196 Feb 7, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
The boys were known to ad lib and go off script often, during their broadway days...one night the author of the play interrupted who he was talking to, to say, " wait a minute, I think I heard one of the lines from the script"
Was'nt Chico known to be a wild womanizer? And i loved Margarete Dumont, in many of their movies.....Four 3's...bet the house....

“Happiness comes through giving”

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#197 Feb 7, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Years ago, i had a girlfriend that loved Kenny G......needless to say, we crashed and burned....lol.....Like friends that imitated the Wild and Crazy Guys, more than once......
Steve and Dan were kidding. Many were not.

“Happiness comes through giving”

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#198 Feb 7, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Was'nt Chico known to be a wild womanizer? And i loved Margarete Dumont, in many of their movies.....Four 3's...bet the house....
The story goes that Margaret Dumont never understood what was so funny. It's hard to believe since she was such a perfect foil.

Closing scene of A Day At The Races:
"Mrs. Claypool, marry me and I'll never look at any other horse."

The "wild womanizer" was Harpo.

There are those who don't realize that Oprah Winfrey took her name from Harpo Marx. Spell Harpo backwards.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#200 Feb 7, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>That's what I call a nasty insult.
It wasn't meant to be pretty.....but neither was Herbie Mann....lol

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#201 Feb 8, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>The story goes that Margaret Dumont never understood what was so funny. It's hard to believe since she was such a perfect foil.
Closing scene of A Day At The Races:
"Mrs. Claypool, marry me and I'll never look at any other horse."
The "wild womanizer" was Harpo.
There are those who don't realize that Oprah Winfrey took her name from Harpo Marx. Spell Harpo backwards.
Fascinating family...i believe there was a Broadway play, about growing up and their mother? I alway's remember the, I Love Lucy episode where her and Harpo mirror eachother.....and the funniest stuff that Groucho said to contestants on, You Bet Your Life.....

Since: Oct 08

Lilburn, GA

#202 Feb 8, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text> Fascinating family...i believe there was a Broadway play, about growing up and their mother? I alway's remember the, I Love Lucy episode where her and Harpo mirror eachother.....and the funniest stuff that Groucho said to contestants on, You Bet Your Life.....
'
the Lucy episode was good, but the original obviously is the real thing...I think it's in Duck Soup, you might be able to you tube it...most of their early movies were just filmed versions of their stage plays, but you almost need to see them several time to catch all the zingers that go by a mile a minute.

Since: Oct 08

Lilburn, GA

#203 Feb 8, 2014
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>The story goes that Margaret Dumont never understood what was so funny. It's hard to believe since she was such a perfect foil.
Closing scene of A Day At The Races:
"Mrs. Claypool, marry me and I'll never look at any other horse."
The "wild womanizer" was Harpo.
There are those who don't realize that Oprah Winfrey took her name from Harpo Marx. Spell Harpo backwards.
Chico, playing a piano piece that seems to drag on forever" I can't think of the finish"
Groucho...".I can't think of anything else."

Groucho, pretending to be a doctor in Monkey Biz....taking a mans pulse, looking at his watch "either this mans dead, or my watch has stopped"

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#204 Feb 8, 2014
You know who else was a positive riot, was both Charlie Chaplin and W.C. Fields......Field's used to get hurt and make the funniest noises....the precursor of the Roadrunner's Coyote in the Funniest Roadrunner cartoon ever, was once they had one, where he made sounds when he got hurt....

“Happiness comes through giving”

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#205 Feb 8, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
You know who else was a positive riot, was both Charlie Chaplin and W.C. Fields......Field's used to get hurt and make the funniest noises....the precursor of the Roadrunner's Coyote in the Funniest Roadrunner cartoon ever, was once they had one, where he made sounds when he got hurt....
W.C. FIelds (at the bar):
"Did I spend twenty dollars here the other night?"

Bartender: "Yes, you did sir."

W.C.: "Thank God, I thought I lost it."

“Happiness comes through giving”

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#206 Feb 8, 2014
inbred Genius wrote:
<quoted text>
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the Lucy episode was good, but the original obviously is the real thing...I think it's in Duck Soup, you might be able to you tube it...most of their early movies were just filmed versions of their stage plays, but you almost need to see them several time to catch all the zingers that go by a mile a minute.
"Captain, captain, the men are revolting!"

"Revolting? They're disgusting!"

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#207 Feb 8, 2014
Have either of you guys ever watched standup by Laura Kitelinger or Dave Attell on youtube?..... I hate it when great standup commedianes get too popular and quit the standup...Eddie Murphy, Steve Martin are the two that automatically come to mind....

Since: Oct 08

Lilburn, GA

#208 Feb 9, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Have either of you guys ever watched standup by Laura Kitelinger or Dave Attell on youtube?..... I hate it when great standup commedianes get too popular and quit the standup...Eddie Murphy, Steve Martin are the two that automatically come to mind....
don't think I have....maybe alittle Attell...I'll checkum out

“Happiness comes through giving”

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#209 Feb 9, 2014
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Have either of you guys ever watched standup by Laura Kitelinger or Dave Attell on youtube?..... I hate it when great standup commedianes get too popular and quit the standup...Eddie Murphy, Steve Martin are the two that automatically come to mind....
Nyet.

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