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Barack Obama, the Voice of America

President Obama visited Tennessee this week to talk some more about Obamacare.

He ran into a guy at a town meeting whose real name was Davy Crockett.

The President pointed out that Davy wasn't wearing a beaver cap - Davy was very nice and said he had one at home.

If POTUS were to do a little fact-checking, I think he'd find that it was a racoon cap.

But that's not important.

Davy had a problem with Social Security, and the president promised to look into it.

Then he sang a snippet from the theme song to the old TV serie, Davy Crockett.

He's been doing a lot of singing lately. It wouldn't surprise me at all if he ended up hosting The Voice when his term is done...

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Uncle Sam's Crying a Little

Mark Dice is a political analyst and commentator based in San Diego.

He took his microphone and camera to the beach a couple of days ago to ask average folks what we're celebrating on the Fourth of July.

How very sad aresome of the responses...

How very sad indeed...

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"The Authorities Would Tell Us!"

If you're a Walking Dead fan, you by now know about the prequel series, Fear the Walking Dead.

It's about the time when whatever causes humans to become zombie and start killing other humans hits the planet.

AMC released another trailer for it last week, and it's less frightening than the one before it that showed a guy running down the street, shirt wide open, trying to keep his pants from falling down.

This one shows a kid talking about "reports" he's hearing, and a mother figure telling him he spends too much time on the Internet.

Sounds more like a reality show if you ask me...

I don't know. Maybe you'll get something out of this?

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Bruce Springsteen Jumps On Brian Wilson's Encore

So this happened.

Brian Wilson was playing a concert at the PNC Banks Arts Center in New Jersey on Wednesday.

In the middle of his encore, Bruce Springsteen - the King of New Jersey - popped up on stage and started singing harmony on "Barbara Ann."

The boys in the band were able to coax him centerstage for "Surfin' USA," and he even strapped on a guitar to trade a few licks with the other guitarists.

Check out the video - the guy shooting doesn't seem to realize exactly what he was capturing, and it's a little shaky, but you get the idea.

And check out the backstage picture of Brian and Bruce underneath it.

Bruce joined Brian Wilson on stage for surprise performances of "Barbara Ann" and "Surfin USA" last night in New Jersey. Here they are backstage with Blondie Chaplin before the show.

Posted by Bruce Springsteen on Thursday, July 2, 2015
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So That's How You Make Twins...

Thanks, Ellen Degeneres, for posting this picture.

I think it can live on its own, without commentary.

How about you?

So that's how it works.

Posted by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, July 1, 2015
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Thank You, Donald Trump, from America

Don't let the headline fool you. It's not the country saying thank you to the Republican presidential candidate.

It's the actress.

America Ferrara of Ugly Betty fame.

She wrote a thank you letter to Donald Trump for all the nasty remarks he made about Mexicans. In a very polite way, she pretty much told him those words could easily bite him in el culo.

"Dear Donald. You've said some pretty offensive things about Latino immigrants recently, and I think they're worth addressing. Because, you know, this is the United States of America, where I have the right to speak up even if I'm not a billionaire. Isn't that awesome?

"Remarks like yours will serve brilliantly to energize Latino voters and increase turnout on election day against you and any other candidate who runs on a platform of hateful rhetoric... You are running for President in a country where the Latino population grew by over 49 percent from 2000-2012, while the rest of the country grew by 5.8 percent."

By the way, The Donald isn't backing down. Because he's The Donald, after all.
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Liev Schreiber Talks Voiceovers

Liev Schreiber's one of those guys you've seen in movies and liked in movies, but you can never remember his name.

Yeah, he's that guy.

He was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! the other night to talk about the return of his series, Ray Donovan, to Showtime next weekend.

And he and Jimmy started talking about the voiceover work Liev's done over the years.

Like the time he played the Frito Bandito on the unemployment line.

But the fun one that he recreated was doing the play-by-play on the 1936 X-Treme Games (which didn't of course happen).

Check it out.

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Now You Can Stuff Your Own Donnie T

This one's just too funny not to share.

An artist in Mexico got pretty upset with what Donald Trump had to say about his country and the country's inhabitants.

So Dalton Avalos Ramirez of Reynosa, Mexico made a pinata in The Donald's likeness.

Not just a little one either. This one's life-size.

Let's have some fun and have one sent to each of the other Republican presidential candidates so they can start beating it up - the way many of them have been beating up the pinatas inspiration lately.

#DonaldTrump #MexicoTeOdia #OjalayPierdasTuCandidatura #EresUnAsco

A photo posted by Piñateria Ramirez (@pinateria_ramirez) on

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Siri Gets Feisty

Aaron Paul's all over this one, and it's suddenly all the rage.

The Breaking Bad star tweeted about something that seems to push Apple's digital assistant over the virtual brink.

"What is zero divided by zero?"

Technically, there's no answer, because you can't divide by zero, because division by zero is undefined.

When you come right down to it, Siri's answer - while exhibiting a silicon chip on her shoulder - makes far more sense.

Siri's response: "Imagine that you have zero cookies, and you split them evenly among zero friends. How many cookies does each person get? See? It doesn't make sense... And Cookie Monster is sad that there are no cookies... And you are sad that you have no friends."

If you want to try it yourself,it apparently only works on iOS8...
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So What's This, Twitterature?

Stand-up comic Kumail Nanjiani visited Conan the other night and played a game called "Tweet or Literature."

The concept is based on the Library of Congress' recent revelation that it is cataloguing tweets the way it catalogues the greatest writings of our age, and every age before ours.

Think you'd do well with a game like that?

Check it out then...

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