I have not blogged in a while. Quite frankly I have tried to stay clear of the political fray other than the “now and again” comment on a friends post. And my inspiration for returning to my blog is not about politics as much as it is about a comedic happening that we cannot allow to pass from this earth without being expressed. This is a once in a lifetime chance and if it is pursued it will be, like Kevin Costner in Field of Dreams, quoting from the fictitious book in the film written by James Earl Jone’s character:
“There comes a time when all the cosmic tumblers have clicked into place and the universe opens itself up a few seconds to show you what’s possible.”
There is something screaming out there in the world. Right now it is just a whisper. But if enough people really wanted it to happen it could.
Eddie Murphy must return to SNL and play Anthony Scaramucci.
Not sure if everyone is up to date on the happenings surrounding the new White House Communications Director, in his short but blusterous tenure, but apparently he has a pretty colorful mouth on him. I honestly don’t want to publish the things he has allegedly said. I will direct you to this article RIGHT HERE and RIGHT HERE where he is quoted as saying some pretty rough things.
**Warning it is not for children. Heck, after I read it I was not sure if it was for me.
So, you have this very vocal Italian American who has, as one of my friends, who is also an Italian American, put it “Thank you, Anthony “Mooch” Scaramucci, for reinforcing every horrible stereotype of Italian Americans.”
Many people now know Eddie Murphy as the voice behind some pretty famous cartoon and pixar characters. It is to the point that many people, especially the younger generations, who don’t really, for the most part know the true range of Mr. Murphy.
First thing many people might say “Eddie Murphy is a black guy.” Obviously, which leads me to exhibit A:
“So he can play an older Jewish man” you might say which leads me to exhibit B:
Warning: NSFW… There is cursing here.
Oh forget it just google: Eddie Murphy does Italians. Trust me, he has it down!
There needs to be an online movement. Scratch that, there has to be an online movement to make this happen. Maybe Mr. Murphy is retired from the SNL for good. Maybe he does not do these type routines anymore. Even more the reason we need to make this happen. We will laugh so hard our faces will hurt the next day. This has the potential to be one of the funniest things ever to occur on national television.
And, lord knows, we could use some laughter.