five for his gloves, every star ive ever given for his facial hair
Apparently he wears the gloves because he got some chemicals on them in Vietnam, and if he takes them off, he can't breathe. Or something.
the rent is too damn high and this guy talks too damn fast and what's up with the beard testicles?
|Jet Bin Fever |
The Martin Van Buren look should come back. This guy is goddamn amazing.
|Wretched Specter |
I wish I lived in NY just so I could vote for this guy
"As a karate expert..."
This on the heels of the ousting of the "I Take Care Of My Kids" party candidate
this clip is missing a little context that makes it even better, like the guy introducing him
|Oscar Wildcat |
He's a fixture in the NY political scene, runs every election. If you can score a voters pamphlet for the metro area you can read some of his extended rants. Forget his website, it's never been very responsive and now is prolly flooded.
Politics are full of drama. With this man as director of the show, however, I think I'd find myself much more entertained than usual.
"Playing the Silly Game"? That sounds like fun!
|Dread Pirate Roberts |
Why do I get the feeling that Samuel L. Jackson is going to do a movie about this guy in a few years?
|Frank Rizzo |
the trailing "...rent is too damn high" at 0:40 is the greatest ever.
I tried to buy a shirt from this guys site but couldnt get it to work.
New York's wacky weirdo candidate is much better than California's. All we have is Starchild, a sex worker running for the head of the Department of Education on the Libertarian ticket.
Take notes, Basil Marceaux dot com...
I'm just waiting for the HOUSING: A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT guy to show up on the national stage.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Does not look, sound, or act anything like Wesley Willis, racist.
Sure he talks a good game, but until I know this guy's stance on traffic stop slavery I can't in good conscience throw him my vote.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Chris Rock at age 70 is pretty much my hero.
Please give generously to this man's campaign. He can't even afford pauses between his words. And why?
"Mr. McMillan declined to show the apartment, saying he feared for his neighbors’ safety, and fielded questions from the driver’s seat of his parked graphite-colored Honda CR-V, which is also his mobile office. When he travels, he sleeps in it, too; in the back were a sleeping bag, a bottle of Scope Original Mint mouthwash and a pair of nunchucks he keeps in a seat-back pocket. That weapon happens to be banned by the state he wants to run. 'My main object is to protect myself,' he said. 'I will worry about the consequences later on.'"
I LIKE 'IM
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