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    Dumb Holiday of the Week

    Yesterday was National Peanut Butter Day, you guys. Now, I know this (brand new, first-ever) recurring blog feature is about dumb, fake holidays but… Peanut Butter rules! Is it dumb to have a whole day dedicated to Peanut Butter? Maybe a little. Should we actually be celebrating the man who invented Peanut Butter? Yes, probably but whatever!

    I love Peanut Butter. Crunchy, creamy, umm… on a sandwich, yeah, on a sandwich!

    Thank you George Washington Carver for… carving your way into my heart with the invention of that tasty, tasty Peanut Butter.

    Crunchy? Creamy? On a sandwich? You tell me @MrChrisDonahue


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    Game of Phones

    A little more Game of Thrones?  Why not!  Ever since George R.R. Martin stopped by our studio, we can't get enough of all things G.o.T.  And emojis are always uber hilar, so here is this video for you to watch with your face-eyes.


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    DMX vs. George Zimmerman

    Hmm… whelp. Umm.. this is a thing that's happening.


    Can you believe it? I really can't. I'm… I'm speechless. I don't even know where to begin.

    Where does one begin? How about a haiku!

            George Zimmerman and
            DMX face off in the
            ring. HA-HA-HA-HA

    Wow. Tweet me your thoughts @MrChrisDonahue


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    Arcade Fire + George Costanza = Weird but Good

    ARCADE FIRE - HERE COMES THE NIGHT TIME from Seinfeld2000 on Vimeo.

    I was roaring at this video, and it's really not even that good?  It's just so utterly nonsensical that I loved every minute of it.  I guess this is what you call high art.  The marriage of two totally disparete elements into a new, elegant whole.  Arcade Fire plus Seinfeld.  No relation to one another.  But yet, here we are, watching George's relationship with Elaine unravel to one of the best songs of the year, "Here Comes The Night".  Over and over again, the internet proves that it cannot be beaten.  It plays for keeps.

    Thanks to the Comic's Comic for posting.  Thanks to @Seinfeld2000 for making it.


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    Lance Bass In Gravity

    I went to see Gravity last night and it truly was a singular and spectacular experience.  The effects were great, the direction was top-notch, and Sandra Bullock was amazing.  But my favorite part was Lance Bass and his superb cameo performance.  When he appeared to help Sandra Bullock fly back down to Earth I nearly jumped out my seat, it was so unexpected.  Then when he delieverd his final line??  "Bye bye bye, Dr. Stone."  Incredible!  

    And we all know how big of a space fan Lance Bass is.  Looks like the dude finally made it out there.  Geez, what a role.  Oscar!  Oscar!  Oscar!  Lance in space!


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    We all know George Clooney is famous and handsome and rich and talented, but I didn't know he was an absolute genius until now.  I mean, casting BILL MURRAY in his new movie The Monuments Men?  That's the best thing the man has ever done and Clooney has dated some gorgeous women.  But it doesn't matter.  His Oscar?  Throw it in the trash.  His charity work in Africa?  No one cares anymore.  He is now in a movie with Bill Murray and that is all he will be remembered for: his proximity to Bill Murray in this movie.

    This also mean that since I love Bill Murray and Clooney loves Murray, then I am George Clooney, more or less.  Line up, ladies, and tweet me: @DannyMoney.


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    Ben Affleck's Diary - OSCAR NIGHT!

    I lost my Oscar.

    I don't know where it is! I'm so embarrassed I don't know what to say.  I mean, here I am winning an Oscar for Best Picture of the year, and then the next thing I know Clooney's giving me my eighth shot of anisette and my mother's calling Jenny because Vi shit the bed again or something and bingo-bango my Oscar is missing and the Los Angeles police doesn't seem to give a damn.  

    When I realized it was gone last night I cried a little bit, though I don't really remember it.  I do remember that f***ing little princess Anne Hathaway yelling in my face about how she was picked most likely to succeed in high school and how it is totally coming true, and also how Devito was cracking me up talking about his penis but I can't - remember - where - my - Oscar - is.  This sucks.  I earned that Oscar!  It's mine!

    Oh well, maybe the Academy will get me another one.  I still have the one I won for writing with Matt, but this one is cooler - I mean, would you rather win an Oscar with Matt Damon or George Clooney?   Kind of a no brainer, though Matt's cool, don't get me wrong, but he only has a single Oscar and I have two - well, I've won two but like I said, I lost the one last night.  

    That doesn't change the fact that I didn't win it, though!  And that's enough.  Jenny says that's enough.  And I think it is, I just wouldn't mind having the Oscar, the actual thing, but whatever.  I had a fun night.  Maybe it'll turn up.  Regardless, I am truly blessed.  I have to call and thank everyone for making last night so special and maybe throw a brick through Anne Hathaway's window because she sucks.

    Bye bye, diary!

    Sincerely, with love,

    Two-time Academy Award Winner,

    Benjamin Affleck


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    Top Paid Comedians

    Being DannyMoney, I know a thing or two about money.  So I was naturally intrigued by this Forbes list of the highest paid comedians.  As you might guess, Jerry Seinfeld tops it.  Here is the top 10 list with a few of my random thoughts below.

    10. Ron White - $10 million - Don't know who he is.  Should I Google it?  ………………………….OK, just Googled him: Blue Collar Comedy Tour.  That's all I need to know - make of that what you will.

    9.  Daniel Tosh and Gabriel Iglesias (tie) - $11 million - Tosh.0 and Iglesias.0, both tied at $11 million dollars and .0 (bad joke that doesn't really make any sense!  Where's my money?!)

    8. George Lopez - $12 million - Damn, George!  Good for you!  I don't think he's funny, but I can't knock his hustle.

    7. Larry the Cable Guy - $13 million - See above.

    6. Kevin Hart - $14 million - His stand-up is pretty funny, but the unintentional comedy level of any of his movies dwarves his stand-up.

    5. Louis C.K. - Bow down to God (I really like Louie, though most people like Louie 20 bazillion times more than I do.  And I dig the cat!  Goes to show just how popular he has become.)

    4. Jeff Dunham - $19 million - This guy is a ventriloquist!  That's pretty awesome.  I'll have to check his act some time.

    3. Russell Peters - $21 million - Never heard of this guy.  That said: 21 million dollars.  He must be doing something right!

    2. Terry Fator - $24 million - This dude won the second season America's Got Talent and now he's at The Mirage in Vegas pulling mad bank.  That is the American dream incarnate.  Manifest destiny.

    1. Jerry Seinfeld - $32 million - What can you say about the Sein that hasn't already been said?  Best TV show of all-time, arguably the best stand-up of all-time, best sneaker game in the comedy world.  He's got it all.  Wish I was him.


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