Tagged: Barack Obama

“The Battle of the Billionaires” was a battle between Donald Trump and McMahon

It started when Trump threw a bunch of money on fans of WWE and McMahon decided that the next logical course of action was to challenge him to a fight. Unfortunately, Donald and McMahon had two wrestlers compete for them by proxy and not actually fighting. Well, maybe they fought a little. Ultimately, Trump took the win and shaved his head after McMahon. Because reasons.

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The event was organized in collaboration between several federations in professional wrestling, artists of Raw, Smackdown, and ECW brands such as common pay-per-view (PPV), which took place on April 1st, 2007 at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. On July 19, 2011, the highlights of the match between clip was uploaded by WWE to its YouTube channel.

In the months leading up to the game in April 2007, the polygonal WrestleMania event has become widely discussed on the professional wrestling community as the official WWE Online World of Wrestling, Wrestling Inc. and Just Jared and many entertainment news sites, including IGN News, TMZ , FOX News, USA Today and People Magazine.

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At the first Wrestlemania 23, it was met with commercial success record and generally positive reviews from fans and critics. A total of 23 Wrestlemania attracted an audience of 80.103 fans and about 1.2 million viewers at home, while grossing $ 5,380,000 USD in ticket sales. The event set a new record for the biggest pay-per-view WWE buyrate in franchise history, before being surpassed by WrestleMania XXVIII in 2012. Also, the “Battle of the Billionaires” game has been rated 8 out of 10 stars.

During the first half of 2015, nearly a decade after the “Battle of the Billionaires” was held, various music videos and GIFs of visiting featured Donald Trump in WrestleMania 23 saw a significant resurgence in circulation in the new and social media, as rumors began to spread that the star of reality TV and outspoken critic of Barack Obama plans to present to the presidential election in the US in 2016.


On June 28, 2017, Redditor HanAssholeSolo presented a GIF Photoshopped Trump ambushes and blows McMahon by the ringside, with a CNN logo superimposed on the face of McMahon, the / r / The_Donald subreddit in Trump post titled ” takes forger News. “A few days later, on July 1, Donald Trump tweeted the same Photoshopped GIF his personal Twitter account, accompanied by hashtags #FraudNewsCNN and #FNN. A moment later, the GIF was also shared about her Official @POTUS.

North Korea Published a Letter From “Abraham Lincoln” to Obama

It’s common for the North to throw operatic insults at the military and diplomatic skill of both South Korea and the US. In April 2016, they went one step further, conjuring a letter from deceased 16th president Abraham Lincoln to President Obama. The “Lincoln letter – “dvice from Lincoln to Obama” was published on the internal state-run website DPRK Today, and was titled “Advice from Lincoln to Obama.”

Concern trolling Obama by saying that it looks like he has “a lot on his mind,” the letter scolds him and the US for not reducing their nuclear weapons stockpile, while simultaneously demanding the DPRK reduce theirs. “Lincoln” even throws himself under the bus, saying the American people won’t stand to be deceived the way he did back in the day.

“Hi there, Obama,” begins the letter in a guess-who’s-back-motherfucker kind of way. “I understand how perplexed you must feel nowadays, but I think this is the time for you to gather your thoughts as a president of a nation.”

In the letter, Lincoln derides Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning push to build a nuclear-free world by questioning why the United States has not taken the initiative to scale back its nuclear arsenal first, even as it asks countries such as North Korea to scrap their atomic programs.

“If the United States, a country with the world’s largest nuclear weapons stockpile, only pays lip service, like a parrot, and doesn’t do anything actively, it will be a mockery to the entire world,” the letter has Lincoln say.

Although the fake Lincoln criticizes Obama, the North doesn’t portray the late president as a good leader.

Spelling Bee Jokes and Puns

A child was competing in a spelling bee and was doing quite well, until the moderator said: “your word is ‘inward’ “….
Spelling bee contestant: “N-I-G-G…”
Moderator: “Jesus no, stop please! ”

Q: Is there a word in the English language that uses all the vowels including “y” ?
A: Unquestionablely!

Q: What is the longest word in the English language?
A: Smiles. (There is a mile between the first letter and the last letter.)

Spell ICUP

Spell pig backwards and say lemonade

Matt: are you smart?
Brad: Yes.
Matt: spell it.
Brad: s-m-a-r-t
Matt: No, i said spell “it”

Q: Why are t and m the most unused letters in the alphabet
A: MT (empty)

Q: How do you spell mousetrap?
A: C-A-T.

What ten letter word starts with g-a-s?
Automobile.

Can you spell a pretty girl with two letters?
QT

Q: “What letter of the alphabet has got lots of water?”
A: “The C”

Q: “What letter of the alphabet is always waiting in order?”
A: “The Q. (queue)

Q: What begins with T, ends with T and has T in it?
A: A teapot.

Q: When I was young there was only 25 letters in the Alphabet?
A: Nobody new why.

Q: What is heavy forward but not backward?
A: Ton.

A boy is at a spelling bee.
Judge: “Your word is ‘buffering’.”
Boy: “Let me know when it’s loaded.”
Judge: “It’s not ‘loaded’. It’s ‘buffering’.”
Boy: “No problem, just tell me when…”
Judge: “Buffering!”
Boy: “Oh, OK…”
Judge: “No, it’s actually B-U-F-F-E-R-I-N-G.”

Q: Which letters do Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday have in common?
A: None! None of them have “c”, “o”,”m” or “n” in them.

Q: How do you make seven even?
A: Remove the ‘s’

Q: Why can’t you find the letter X in Church?
A: Because it was X-communicated.

Q: What’s the difference between here and there?
A: The letter T.

Can your moms name with two letters?
EZ.

How can you spell too much with two letters?
XS

I know 25 letters in the alphabet I don’t know Y.

Q: What five-letter word becomes shorter when you add two letters to it?
A: Short

Q: What is the most important thing a witch needs to learn in school?
A: Spelling.

Q: What’s the longest word in the dictionary?
A: Rubber-band — because it streches.

Q: What is at the end of the world?
A: The letter ‘d’

Can you spell eighty in two letters?
A-T.

The Simpsons made a bunch of great predictions

    • In 1997, The Simpsons had an episode where Lisa showed a magazine with what looked like a terrible event that would happen 4 years later.
    • One bully was texting another in The Simpsons to “Beat up Martin” on their Newton, a person assistant made by Apple in the 90s. Instead, it messes up and sent “Eat up Martha”. This was a prediction of the autocorrect problem Apple would later have.
    • An episode in 1995 had Lisa talking to Marge through a video chat on her phone. FaceTime was created 15 years later.

Bart Simpson

  • In “Treehouse of Horror XIX” (2008), Homer tries voting for presidential candidate Barack Obama, but the machine switches to John McCain. 4 years later, a machine had been reported to switch the vote from Obama to Mitt Romney.
  • After Homer and his family escaped Springfield in “The Simpsons Movie” (which came out in 2007), the NSA started listening in on their conversations. This is eerily close to what Edward Snowden discovered in 2013.
  • Marge once read the most depressing book ever to Bart: “Curious George and the Ebola Virus”. All the way back in 1997. Wow.

Weird facts about past US presidents

1. George Washington

Washington was an ultra-successful liquor distributor in the new country. He made rye whiskey, apple brandy and peach brandy in his Mount Vernon distillery.

2. John Adams

Adams and Thomas Jefferson were close friends and correspondents — but they also had a bit of a rivalry. Adams’ dying words were, “Thomas Jefferson survives,” unaware that he had died hours earlier. In another shocker, both died on July 4, 1826.

3. Thomas Jefferson

Jefferson and John Adams paid a visit to William Shakespeare’s home in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1786. There, they chipped off a piece from Shakespeare’s chair as a souvenir.

4. James Madison

James Madison was Princeton University’s first graduate student.

5. James Monroe

Monrovia, the capital of the Liberia, is named after James Monroe. He supported the American Colonization Society in its work to create a home for freed slaves in Liberia.

6. John Quincy Adams

During his presidency, John Quincy Adams enjoyed skinny-dipping in the Potomac River in the early mornings.

7. Andrew Jackson

Jackson was involved in as many as 100 duels, most of which were fought to defend the honor of his wife, Rachel. He was shot in the chest in a duel in 1806 and took a bullet in the arm in a bar fight with Missouri Sen. Thomas Hart Benton in 1813.

8. Martin Van Buren

Van Buren’s nickname was “Old Kinderhook” because he was raised in Kinderhook, N.Y. A popular theory states that the term “O.K.” is derived from the O.K. clubs that sprung up to support his campaign.

9. William H. Harrison

Democrats ran a smear campaign during Harrison’s campaign that tried to cast him as an out-of-touch old fogey who would rather “sit in his log cabin, drinking hard cider” than run the country. Harrison one-upped the haters by adopting the log cabin and hard cider as campaign symbols. He even commissioned bottles of hard cider shaped like log cabins.

10. John Tyler

John Tyler had 15 children, more than any other president.

11. James K. Polk

Here’s one for the underdogs. James Polk, nicknamed “Young Hickory,” was America’s first dark horse presidential candidate. He was considered a Plan B after the more likely choice, Martin Van Buren, failed to secure the party’s nomination.

12. Zachary Taylor

Zachary Taylor was a tough guy — a major general in the U.S. Army and hero of the Mexican-American War. But oddly enough, what brought him down in the end was a glass of milk and some cherries that he enjoyed on July 4, 1850. The cherries were likely contaminated with bacteria that caused his death by cholera five days later.

13. Millard Fillmore

Millard Fillmore lived the dream of many a teenage schoolboy. Fillmore’s first wife, Abigail Powers, was his teacher while he was a 19-year-old student at the New Hope Academy in New York.

14. Franklin Pierce

Pierce had a tough time guiding the nation and perhaps an even tougher time guiding his horse. During his presidency, Pierce was arrested for running over a woman with his horse. Charges were later dropped due to a lack of evidence.

15. James Buchanan

James Buchanan regularly bought slaves in Washington, D.C. and quietly freed them in Pennsylvania.

16. Abraham Lincoln

Get ready to rumble: Abraham Lincoln could throw down in the wrestling ring. As a young man, he was only defeated once out of approximately 300 matches. He made it to the Wrestling Hall of Fame with the honor of “Outstanding American.”

17. Andrew Johnson

In his youth, Johnson apprenticed as a tailor. Even as president, he never stopped making his own suits.

18. Ulysses S. Grant

Ulysses S. Grant smoked a ton of cigars — at least 20 a day. After a great military victory at the Battle of Shiloh, citizens sent him more than 10,000 boxes of cigars as gratitude. He died of throat cancer in 1885.

19. Rutherford B. Hayes

Hayes was the only president to be wounded in the Civil War — not once, but four times. Four horses were shot down from beneath him (ouch).

20. James A. Garfield

Not only was Garfield ambidextrous — he could write Latin with one hand and Greek with the other at the same time.

21. Chester A. Arthur

Chester A. Arthur was known for his impeccable attire, earning him the nickname “Elegant Arthur.” On his last day in office, four women offered him their hands in marriage. Also, he owned 80 pairs of pants.

22. Grover Cleveland

While serving as sheriff of Erie County, N.Y., Grover Cleveland had to spring the trap at a hanging on two occassions. This earned him the unflattering nickname “Buffalo Hangman.”

23. Benjamin Harrison

Benjamin Harrison was the first president to have electricity in the White House. However, he was so scared of getting electrocuted that he would never touch the light switches himself.

24. Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland’s epithelium, a small tumor that was removed from the roof of his mouth, resides at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia.

25. William McKinley

William McKinley almost always wore a red carnation on his lapel as a good luck charm. While greeting a line of people in 1901, he gave the flower to a little girl. Seconds later, he was shot by an assassin, and died eight days later.

26. Theodore Roosevelt

Teddy Roosevelt was shot in an assassination attempt while delivering a speech in Milwaukee. “I don’t know whether you fully understand that I have just been shot,” he told the stunned audience. “I give you my word, I do not care a rap about being shot; not a rap.” He completed the 90-minute speech with the bullet still lodged in his chest.

27. William H. Taft

William Taft — also known as “Big Bill” — was the largest president in American history. He once got himself wedged into the White House bathtub and had to call his advisers for help getting out.

28. Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson’s face is on the $100,000 bill, which very few have ever laid hands on. The bills were mainly designed for trade between between Federal Reserve banks, but fell out of use with the invention of the wire transfer. They still work as legal tender, but good luck finding someone who can break the change for you.

29. Warren G. Harding

At 25, Warren married a divorcée, Florence “Flossie” Mabel Kling DeWolf. She was five years older with a 10-year-old son from a former marriage. Flossie’s father once threatened to kill Harding if he married his daughter, but she pursued him relentlessly until he gave in. Girl power!

30. Calvin Coolidge

If you thought you had a tough boss, think again. Calvin Coolidge would occasionally press all the buttons in the Oval Office, sending bells ringing throughout the White House — and then hide to watch his staff run in. He just wanted to see who was working.

31. Herbert Hoover

Herbert Hoover’s son had two pet alligators, which were occasionally permitted to run loose throughout the White House.

32. Franklin D. Roosevelt

Rooselvelt’s wife, Eleanor, was actually his fifth cousin. She was also the niece of Theodore Roosevelt, FDR’s idol and U.S. president No. 26. They married on March 17, 1905.

33. Harry S. Truman

The “S” in Truman’s full name doesn’t stand for anything. His parents couldn’t decide on a middle name for over a month, so they settled on the letter “S” in honor of his maternal grandfather, Solomon Young, and his paternal grandfather, Anderson Shipp Truman.

34. Dwight D. Eisenhower

Eisenhower played a big role in popularizing golf. He installed a putting green at the White House and played more than 800 rounds while in office — exceeding the record of any other president. He holds a spot in the World Golf Hall of Fame in the Lifetime Achievement Category.

35. John F. Kennedy

JFK was a huge James Bond fan. He first met the author of the series, Ian Fleming, at a dinner party in 1960. They allegedly bounced around ideas about how to get rid of Fidel Castro.

36. Lyndon B. Johnson

LBJ wasn’t scared to show off his, err, Johnson — he nicknamed his penis “Jumbo.” According to biographer Robert Dallek, Johnson met with a reporter who asked him multiple times why American troops were in Vietnam. In response, Johnson unzipped his pants, pulled out “Jumbo,” and yelled, “This is why!”

37. Richard M. Nixon

In China, the most well-known Western names are Jesus Christ, Elvis Presley and Richard Nixon.

38. Gerald R. Ford

Gerald Ford worked as a fashion model during college, appearing on the cover of Cosmopolitan.

39. Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter filed a report for a UFO sighting in 1973. He called it “the darndest thing I’ve ever seen.”

40. Ronald Reagan

In 1940, the University of California bestowed Reagan with the Most Nearly Perfect Male Figure Award. The prize was the opportunity to pose nearly nude for an art class learning to sculpt the human body.

41. George H. W. Bush

On Sept. 2, 1944, Bush was flying over Japan when his aircraft was shot down in the Pacific. Bush and another crewman were able to bail out, but the other man’s parachute malfunctioned, and he went down with the plane. Bush was eventually rescued by a submarine off the coast of Chichi-jima.

42. Bill Clinton

It wasn’t just Clinton’s southern charm that did it for the ladies. His face is so symmetrical — an important component of human attractiveness — that he ranked in facial symmetry alongside male models.

43. George W. Bush

“Dubya” garnered the media attention with his frat boy past, but he also has a more wholesome side (aside from painting, that is). During his senior year of high school at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., Bush was captain of the cheerleading team.

44. Barack Obama

Obama’s high school nickname on the basketball team was “Barry O’Bomber,” which he earned due to his awesome jump shot.

45. Donald Trump

He Would Never Admit He Was Wrong

One of young Donald’s more “braggadocious” qualities was his complete and total unwillingness to admit his own error. Friends recall him doubling down on incorrect information rather than admitting defeat. In one particular instance of this behavior, The Donald incorrectly referred to professional wrestler Antonino Rocca as Rocky Antonino.