It seems some assholes took offense about Steve Martin’s King Tut sketch from decades ago when Saturday Night Live was actually populated with great comedians and was funny. And that is the trending shit today.

Really? It is effing hilarious.

 

And then to boot more asses, his banjo playing back then was not a gimmick; he is an accomplished musician.

 

Somebody need to tell the Woke Mob that people are done taking their shit.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

21 thoughts on “See? This is why you hate Mondays and assholes.”
  1. The funny part is that the woke mob has to go back 40 years to find something else to whine about…. Soon they will realize just how insignificant they are..

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  2. Wait… someone is complaining about that? One of the greatest, classic bits from back when SNL was funny?

    We need to figure out how to do a Looney Tunes thing and drop a piano on them.

  3. I would like to note that the idiot crowd took offense to Rami Malek playing as the Pharaoh in the Night at the Museum movies.

    Malek is of Coptic Egyptian descent. He is literally the right ethnicity and people still bitched.

    Nothing is ever good enough for them.

    1. Wait. What?

      Honestly I expect some leftist someday to whine about the Copts “causing trouble” and how Christians should stay out of Muslim countries. And then to go on a rant about “imperialism” and “colonialism”.

      1. Which is funny, because Coptic Christianity was around for about 6 centuries before Islam was invented. And the Coptic language is the closest (semi-)living descendant of ancient Egyptian.

    2. isn’t that the same crowd that celebrated a black man playing Alexander Hamilton on Broadway?
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      Asking for a friend

  4. Not only is Martin’s King Tut bit decades old, it’s not actually making fun of Tutankhamun or ancient Egyptians… He’s taking a playful jab at the traveling museum exhibit of the late Seventies and the overt commercialization of the culture. And he says so at the start of the song!

    The Perpetually Offended Crowd can never, ever rest.

    1. Spot on Ish. I remember the massive lines at Ticketron when the Tut exhibit was in town. Commercialization was an understatement.

      1. It’s always been hard to say whether the pharaohs would be annoyed or pleased by the attention generated by the commercialized exhibits. They certainly didn’t lack for arrogance or ego.

  5. Wait until they hear “Walk Like an Egyptian”…

    (And even if it was making fun of Tut… Pharonic Egypt ended with when Alexander conquered them. Talk about searching for someone to be offended FOR!)

  6. Heh- I remember seeing that on SNL when this was on (40 years ago?) Until this moment, “he’s my favorite honky” hasn’t gone through the audio part of my head since then

  7. Blue Lou Marini was the sax player the casket. My first intro to him was the Blues Brothers movie.

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