Friday, May 09, 2014

An Important Message

Mel Brooks's 1974 classic Blazing Saddles -- a film much loved and of-quoted among the monors -- could not be made today. The dour, Race-Thumping Puritanical Goons of the Left have lost the mental capacity to distinguish between satire of racism and actual racism (such as the Democrat Party's belief that minority voters are too lazy and stupid to get voter ID's).

Anyway, 40th Anniversary Edition has been released. Probably best to get a hold of a copy before is disappears like those "racist" and "violent" Bugs Bunny cartoons from the 40's.


12 comments:

Submariner said...

Governeor William J Lepetoman:
"OK; I've signed the law making anything by that racist Mel Brooks illegal. That's enough to keep our phoney-baloney jobs for another month! Where's my intern's... oh, THERE they are!"

Anonymous said...

"Mammy Two-Shoes' voice (on the cartoon Tom and Jerry) was redubbed by Turner in the mid-1990s to make the character sound less stereotypical; the resulting accent sounds more Irish."

I bet you never knew Mel had actually ogled a black woman in that scene pictured!

chronos the wonder pig said...

"Hello, boys!"

chronos the wonder pig said...

In the stage play "My Little Humidor", Hilary tries to get Bill to sign the divorce papers as Monica looks on.

dadoctah said...

I hope Fred Williamson's version is still safe: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072725

jimmy said...

"Will you look at that? I can see all of Hooker Valley from here!"

Carpe Phlogiston said...

Thanks to the computer cam hacking skills of Anonymous, we're able to watch VtheK actually interviewing a Thursday babe while Teh Stinger monitors his blood pressure.

WordVerify: thefapa - fap fap fap

Dactyl said...

Harrumph!!

kg said...

I think I found Rock Ridge...

Dr. Doom said...

Just off camera Cleavon Little is heard uttering his famous line... "excuse me while I whip this out'"...

chronos the wonder pig said...

Slightly rewritten:

In the pilot for "My Little Humidor", Hilary tries to get Bill to sign the divorce papers as Monica admires Bill's cigar.

Submariner said...

History of the world, volumes 1 AND 2; I LOVE history!