It's called "Whaddya Know, Joe?" which means it should be a bout three seconds of Joe shrugging and mumbling "not much," but even the trailer lasts way longer than anyone should have to sit through this assclown trying to seem clever.
I can't tell from the trailer if this show is actually going to be on any TV stations, it looks like it will probably be an internet "show."
Also, isn't "whaddya know, Joe?" a line that Asian prostitutes use to solicit American GI's? Except they say it with more dignity.
Friday, February 18, 2011
Firefighter refused call to Tucson shooting
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A veteran firefighter refused to respond to last month's deadly shooting spree that left Rep. Gabrielle Giffords wounded because he had different political views than his colleagues and "did not want to be part of it," according to internal city memos.
Mark Ekstrum's insubordination may have delayed his unit's response because firefighters had to stop at another station to pick up a replacement for him, the Arizona Daily Star reported.
Capt. Ben Williams wrote in a report that when Ekstrum first said he would not go on the call, "he mentioned something about 'political bantering' and he did not want to be part of it."
Williams said in the report that he told the 56-year-old firefighter that he could not refuse a call for that reason and then talked to the firefighter privately in his office. He said Ekstrum "started to say something about how he had a much different political viewpoint than the rest of the crew and he was concerned."
Despite being told that was not acceptable, Williams said Ekstrum informed him he was going home "sick," so they answered the call without him.