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Uncle Jay Explains: Sept. 21, 2009

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Uncle Jay Explains: Sept. 21, 2009

The news lately has been filled with very rude people, so this week Uncle Jay has become extremely civilized.   He’s just trying to set a good example.   And as long as you don’t watch the final ten seconds, you’ll think he succeeds!

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20 Responses to “Uncle Jay Explains: Sept. 21, 2009”

  1. Neil Russell Says:

    Wait, wasn’t that very last bit supposed to be off the record?
    Another great week compacted into 3 minutes Uncle Jay.

  2. mel Says:

    …Great view of your skivv-ilit-ys ;-D

  3. egc52556 Says:

    5 out of 5!

  4. John Krull Says:

    It locked up after 11 seconds. I sure would have liked to see it all.

  5. Ms. Magnolia Says:

    “What they do is, they have meetings, that schedule conferences to appoint a commission to authorize a study to create a panel to compose a strongly worded resolution to authorize next year’s meeting. See you then.”

    Ha ha ha haaaa! You rock, Uncle Jay!

  6. Adam Says:

    Excellent riposte about UN meetings/conferences/panels and resolutions. Ah. Me laugh.

  7. Dan Says:

    Two thumbs up on that one! That was the best one ever.
    The last few secomds had me LOL.

  8. kathy Says:

    Uncle Jay,

    YOU should go to Washington D.C. and be an advisor.
    They NEED you.

    Very funny and entertaining. LOL the ending.


  9. Laura M Says:

    Thanks for the look “behind the scenes” Uncle Jay.
    See you next week. Keep up the wonderful work.

  10. Pitbull Sara Says:

    I can’t decide which part was my favorite, perhaps it was when you coined the term “distinguished holocaust deniers.”

    However, I expected some more talk about acorns.

  11. Robert O Says:

    Hi Oncle J:
    Question: Is it OK to beat up civilians who are too civil?

    Perfectly Perplexed

  12. Almeter Says:

    Thanks for the look “behind the scenes” Undle Jay.
    S4e you next week. Keep up the wonderful work. ;

  13. Elizabeth Says:

    I have to agree with Ms. Magnolia and Adam. The UN part had me rolling. I also enjoyed your behind the sceen peek to end the show in civility.

    Thanks for brightening up my week!

  14. Reed Andrew Says:

    GREAT ENDING. A great, late tribute to John Hughes’ end-of-credits snippets.

  15. Even While Away, It’s Time For Uncle Jay! | Full Circle Thinker Says:

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  16. Danny Graham Says:

    Hi Uncle Jay:

    Awesome insight on the U.N.; oh, Uncle Jay, isn’t the U.N. like our congress and senate who just waste money, make regulations and oh, did they tax your pants off….?

  17. Lynn Stephens Says:

    This one had me laughing in about 5 different places. Great stuff, as usual. This is one of my favorite sites ever, I never miss an episode, and I read all the comments too. Thanks Uncle Jay for all you do.

  18. MR Dieselfan Says:

    Our “West Coast offense” Nasty Pelosi thinks the CIA is a bunch of liars. She cries about “tea parties” that lack “civility’. My goodness, could the Botox injections be affecting her brain?

  19. Anthony Bubanj Says:

    Hey Uncle Jay, This was funny lol
    the scum ba- part thing made me laugh like crazy
    Keep up with the news and your funny jokes

    ~Anthony B.
    From south middle school :D

  20. Woog Says:

    If you’re having problems with video freezes not related to lack of bandwidth, try either not using full-screen, or right-clicking the video and de-selecting “hardware acceleration”.

    No likey Flash!


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