Washington Examiner’s Jen Kerns probably wished she hadn't gone onto Joy Reid's “AM Joy” show on MSNBC.
Kerns was there to propagandize the bogus "Hillary Clinton helped sell uranium to Russia" story, but Reid wasn't about to allow her to get away with it on her show. The video below is a wonder to behold:
In the 1980s, Nelson Sullivan was ubiquitous in the downtown NYC art and club scene, documenting his community and culture on his handheld video camera.
DC’s Justice League movie was a bit of a mess, so Screen Junkies has plenty to make fun of in this new Honest Trailer—especially Henry Cavill’s weird CGI lip (thanks for that Paramount).
DHL has been shipping and losing packages for close to 50 years.
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