Saturday, August 21, 2021

#637. Fuck You Mo

Although Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL) played a pivotal role with instigating the 1-6 artificially generated stampede, I'm not going to include him in the "Big Lie 100" parody series.  That'd be taking the easy way out.  Instead, I've decided to categorize him along with the secondary crew of mini-Trumps subordinates and agitators (Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump Jr. and his psycho girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, the My Pillow fuck, and so on and so forth).


Exactly!  Mo's proud to be endorsed by the Orange Prolapse for a third time.

However, since he's drawn my ire and just happens to be the current front-running Republican for U.S. Senate in a deep red state, I do believe he's worthy of 10 parodies.  Perhaps more.  You gotta wonder if any of the Alabama uber-patriots, who supposedly love America, are aware that if you elect white supremacists, especially ones who endorse domestic terrorism.  And then send them to the United States Senate.  Well, you're basically destroying the country from within.

#218.  Everyday I Fight Mo Brooks (Everyday I Write The Book --- Elvis Costello)

#260.  They Hate Mo (I Don't Know --- Ozzy Osbourne)

#283.  Brooks That Kill (Looks That Kill --- Motley Crue)

#517.  Mo (Low --- Cracker)

#522.  Let It Mo (Let It Go --- Def Leppard)

#523.  Let It Mo (Let It Go --- Frozen Soundtrack)

#529.  Mo Mo Morris Brooks (Row Row Row Your Boat --- unknown)

 #637.  Fuck You Mo (Let It Snow --- Frank Sinatra)


Fuck You Mo

Oh the asshole is snide and spiteful
And the riot he’s in denial
Happened not long ago
Fuck you Mo, fuck you Mo, fuck you Mo


Let It Snow
Frank Sinatra

Oh the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
Since we've no place to go
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

Yeah, I know.  This one's an admittedly abbreviated version.  Hey, it's Saturday and there's a bunch of stuff going (Steelers vs. Lions preseason game (Industrial strength garbage bag theft season is back.  Finally!) , Picklesburgh Festival, great weather, etc.).

From 1942-1993, Frank Sinatra performed in Pittsburgh a total of 19 times.  His earlier shows were at the Stanley Theatre.  The other half at the Civic Arena.  Never saw him.  Frank Sinatra passed away in 1998 at the age of 83.  As one the greatest musical acts of the 20th century (selling 150+ million records), it's a little ironic that his final words allegedly were "I'm losing."  Spoken to his wife just before he succumbed to a heart attack.

Please do not share this material with Congressman Mo Brooks (R-AL).

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