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The Bubble Genius Bob & Chez Show 5/19/15

Bob and Chez
Written by Bob and Chez

RELM_buttonFive Piece Suit: Bill O'Reilly Accused of Dragging His Wife Down the Stairs; The Bill O'Reilly Neck Lift; Marco Rubio Loses His Shpadoinkle on Iraq; Racists Tweet Horrible Things to Obama's New Twitter Account; New Bidondi Audio; Alex Jones Can't Stop Interrupting Bidondi; and much more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, the BobCesca.com Amazon Link and The Bowen Law Group.

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  • ranger11

    Yeah Bob, you were definitely drunk. It’s good to know that you’re a happy drunk. A pro-fessional!

  • Bosma

    No..!!! 5 piece suit was just Bidondi thinking of 5 piece chicken dinner….

    Great show…

  • Draxiar

    Dan Bidondi tased…HOLY MOTHER LOVIN’ AWESOME!

  • Victor the Crab

    Luckily for the country and the world, Marco Rubio will never become President of the United States.

    Bob, I’ve said this a thousand times, it doesn’t matter that the Right fringe of the Right fringe of the Right doesn’t make up a majority of the public. It matters that they are a majority of the people who vote. Until sane people get off their blots and vote, that minority will dictate the policies of the US.

    And that second paragraph is why Marco Rubio – or Rand Paul, or Ted Cruz, or Lindsey Graham – could become President of the United States (shudders violently). Liberals are their own worst enemy.

  • aynwrong

    “The Bubble Genius BWOB and Chez Show!!!”

    I’m always caught off guard hearing Bidondi’s pronunciation of the opening. And then I laugh.

    • He does kinda say that, doesn’t he.

  • muselet

    In any divorce/custody situation, it’s safe to assume all parties are lying or have been coached.

    Is it plausible that Bill O’Reilly assaulted his (now ex-) wife? Sure, the man’s got a short fuse at the best of times. However, that’s hardly proof of anything other than he’s the south end of a northbound horse.

    Gosh, what a surprise that Barack Obama going on Twitter would bring out the inbred hordes. I’m not the first to say something like this, but I’d love to see him come out against anyone tying a plastic bag over their head.

    Chris Wallace must have a clause in his contract that lets him behave like a journalist once in a while.

    “No, two different questions.” When you’re Marco Rubio and you’re reduced to parsing questions (“No, the second question asked about weapons of mass destruction, so it’s not the same as asking about the intelligence.”), you’ve disqualified yourself from being taken seriously ever again.

    “This is the way the real world works …” So you’ve actually had someone read you stories about the real world? Good for you.

    Luckily for the country and the world, Marco Rubio will never become President of the United States.

    Bob, I’ve said this a thousand times, it doesn’t matter that the Right fringe of the Right fringe of the Right doesn’t make up a majority of the public. It matters that they are a majority of the people who vote. Until sane people get off their blots and vote, that minority will dictate the policies of the US.

    Purely theoretically, removing Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq could have led to a more stable and peaceful region, but that would have required foresight and planning on the part of US officials, and an unreasonable amount of luck. But George W Bush and the chickenshit chickenhawks advising him had no use for planning, and with their luck they could have lost money running a Three-Card Monte table.

    A five-piece suit. Trousers, waistcoat, jacket, overcoat, and another pair of trousers worn on the head? I have no idea, your guess is as good as mine. At this point, my brain is trying to escape out my right ear.

    –alopecia

    • ranger11

      I don’t think removing Saddam would have worked alone. It would have to be like the last scene in “The Godfather”. Instead of the removal of the heads of the five families it would have to be the leaders of about five Middle Eastern countries. And it was proven without a doubt that W. was no Michael Corleone. I don’t think that family has any Michaels, lots of Fredos and Sonnys instead.

      • muselet

        Probably not. It would have required absolutely everything to go exactly right, including Iran deciding not to behave like the regional power it is. That’s why there are all those qualifiers in my original statement.

        In reality, going after Saddam was an act of utter lunacy.

        –alopecia