Big Friday Motes

Really: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander, and co-creator Larry David from the iconic sitcom Seinfeld, will reunite for a virtual fundraiser this Friday aimed at raising money for the Democratic Party in Texas. Am I the only one that finds this incredibly ironic? After all, Seinfeld was the quintessential New York City sitcom, and let’s face facts, New York ain’t exactly the same as Texas. The only New Yorker ever embraced by Texas was Kinky Friedman, and, well, he is different.

If I needed any reason to not vote for Biden: Well, Jane Fonda has come to tell everyone that only he will save America. Fonda, notorious for her pro-North Vietnamese activism during the Vietnam War, called coronavirus, “God’s gift to the left.” What’s next, something about “sickle cell anemia”? She also said,” “If you understood what communism was, you would hope, you would pray on your knees that we would some day become communist. . . . I, a socialist, think that we should strive toward a socialist society, all the way to communism.” Yeah, we should all listen to Hanoi Jane.

My heart is broken: Mel Brooks says he prefers Biden over Trump for some very valid reasons: Biden “likes fact” and “likes science.” The 94-year-old posted an endorsement video for Joe Biden. What Joe doesn’t like is “truth” and “facts” that don’t fit his narrative.

Almost forgot: Happy Belated Birthday Christopher Lloyd, 82. Reverend Jim (Ignatowski) of Taxi is one of my all time favorites.

Word to the wise: Never sing in the shower. Singing leads to dancing, dancing leads to slipping, and slipping leads to EMT’s seeing you naked. Remember, don’t sing. Don’t ask.

Well, this is a Honolulu weekend. Enjoy the Story and Rant. See ya’all Monday.

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