…and that’s how you make Eggs Benedict.
5. The Mayor on Stage at a Salt-n-Pepa Show
This isn’t so much dumb as it shows how old hip hop and R&B is getting. Pretty soon we are going to be getting into a “standards” situation with exclusively old people going to see these acts, and they’ll have the one new young member to replace the one thats dead.
Also Salt-n-Pepa, be aware, the last time Brown did something like this it was for Terrell Owens, and look what happened to his career.
4. Going For A Swim In The Sea Of Galilee Outside Of Social Customs
There is a time and place for everything says the old proverb, and what better place to completely ignore that proverb than in Israel. Keep it at designated swimming facilities congresspeople. If for anything do it for your own safety. There probably weren’t any lifeguards on duty.
At least our guy didn’t get naked… this time.
3. Snyder Running For Seneca President. Again.
He’s like FDR only without the long lasting successful social programs and impactful change for his people. And helping bring casinos does not count as impactful social change.
Also, are there only two people who are capable of owning this job? Don’t the senecas get sick of this after twenty years? It’s like they keep electing the same people over and over… oh wait.
2. Going “Seven Samurai” on the Local Minimart
So the sword was the closest thing you had to hand?
BONUS: Maybe the best line of the week from WGRZ:
“However, as [the suspect] entered the store parking lot, DeGeorge says it appears he was confronted by another individual, who ended up hospitalized with cuts to his face when he attempted to intervene and was set upon by the swordsman.”
“Set upon!” When do you ever get to write about getting set upon by a swordsman?
1. We Are The Rudest
Correction: In a previous update, Trending Buffalo reported that Larry Korab was set designer for In Living Color. In fact, Larry Korab is the pseudonym for The Defenseman, who writes for the Dear God, Why Us? blog. You may follow him on Twitter by searching @TheDefenseman. Trending Buffalo regrets the error.
Perhaps to defeat this supercomputer that deemed us so rude with their genius level algorithm, you should use your sizable influence to start the twitter trend of saying “good morning and f*** you!”