What is it with this guy and chairs.
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I didn't get around to watching Friday night's episode of the Daily Show until last night, largely because it aired on the Friday night of Labor Day weekend. But what I found when I did watch it was, not surprisingly, perhaps the best reaction to Clint Eastwood's bizarre chair speech that I've seen.
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Stephen scores the interview every pundit has been angling for.
Clint Eastwood may have made it famous at the Republican National Convention but he wasn't the first person to talk to an empty chair.
If you thought that the internet was anywhere near done <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2012/08/clint-eastwood-speech-memes-twitter/#page/1">having fun with the Clint Eastwood talking to a chair thing</a>, well you were WRONG, buddy.
Clint Eastwood talked to a chair at the Republican National Convention last night.
The Clint Eastwood speech at the Republican National Convention has already prompted a great collection of jokes and photoshops. Here are some of the best so far.
Without rattling off a laundry list of items, let's just agree that 2012 is, more than anything else, weird.
"If You Watch It Backwards, It's About..." has been around for a while, but the idea of Clint Eastwood as a racist zombie just reminded me how much I enjoy the buried gem of a meme.
The Expendables was kind of sh*tty (and no, I wasn't expecting a masterpiece, I was expecting a dumb action movie that had decent stunts and blood that wasn't CGI) and the second one isn't out yet, but according to the producers, the franchise is already so successful that the public is clamoring for seven more sequels.
Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams, and Justin Timberlake, star in "Trouble with the Curve," which marks the feature film directorial debut of Eastwood's longtime producing partner Robert Lorenz.
Today's links, featuring three animals who look like celebrities and a devastating kitten attack.
There are probably a dozen or so celebrities I could name off the top of my head that I would never imagine agreeing to allow cameras into their lives, and somewhere near the top of my list would be Clint Eastwood.
So, before Warner Bros.
The idea of morphing faces for entertainment value has been around for a while, from Michael Jackson's <a href="http://youtu.be/F2AitTPI5U0" target="_blank">"Black or White" video</a> to Conan's <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Qbt0pEgZOQ" target="_blank">"If They Mated" segment</a> to <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/peggy/the-bush-obama-morph" target="_blank">the ever popular political merge</a>.
Forget the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes or even the People’s Choice Awards.
Yes, it's time to panic.
As far as I can tell, the source for this story is ContactMusic, which means it's probably not true at all BUT OH GOD I HOPE IT'S TRUE THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT STORY OF OUR GENERATION.
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