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Our pal Jon Defreest typically sticks to over-the-top pop culture characters -- Jeff Lebowski, Tobias Fünke, Dexter Morgan and Jack Donaghy among them -- as subjects but for his fake Ben & Jerry's flavor variations, but former Godfather's Pizza CEO [...].
Yesterday we told you about how Donald Trump had used his special relationship with "the blacks" along with his magical powers of perception to determine that Jon Stewart was secretly "very, very racist" for making jokes about Herman Cain.
When we last checked in on human exhaust pipe Donald Trump, he was being disemboweled by Jon Stewart for taking Sarah Palin on a hot date to arguably the crappiest pizza joint in all of New York City -- and then proceeding to eat his crap pizza with a goddamn fork.
When the guy who does those Bad Lip Reading videos took the presidential campaign announcements of Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry and dubbed them over with random stuff a deaf person or someone watching with the sound off might think they were saying, it was funny because Perry and Bachmann are both prone to saying utterly ridiculous things that make no sense to anyone else.
Yesterday I posted the baffling Hermain Cain ad that featured chief of staff Mark Block taking a drag from a cigarette and Cain breaking into a slow, creepy smile.
After someone alerted me to Herman Cain's other wacky web ad (seriously, go watch it) earlier, I was mildly suspicious that "Pizza Party" -- a wonderful parody of Waka Flocka Flame's "Grove St.
In what may be the most baffling political ad I've ever seen, Hermain Cain's Chief of Staff Mark Block reaches out to the critical "smoke vote" with this new campaign commercial.
It's been speculated by some that former Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain is running for president not because he wants to be president, but because he wants to be get his own Fox News show and a multi-million dollar book deal, ala Sarah Palin.
There's a video of Republican presidential candidate and Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain floating around the internet today in which the affable Cain, the "9-9-9" plan-pushing candidate nicknamed "Cornbread" recently by some on the web, performs his own version of John Lennon's "Imagine.