Flag on the play! Actor Rob Lowe was less than impressed when Packers-Seahawks pre-show entertainer Pharrell Williams suffered a #LipSyncFail during his performance, holding his mic to the crowd while somehow continuing to sing.
That’s true. But it’s still fun to ridicule.
Quite a few tweeters would have been “happy” to have skipped the performance entirely.
U.S. Rep. Ed Royce (R-Calif.), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, issued a statement Saturday on the evacuation of staff from the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli, Libya:
“Unfortunately, this development was predictable, given the lack of direction and leadership from this Administration since it ousted Muammar Gaddafi. Our diplomatic absence will make the hard task of achieving political stability in Libya even harder. When security conditions permit the return of our diplomats, the Administration must give them a new charge to help end the fighting and move Libya forward.”
Actor Rob Lowe doesn’t seem impressed with the United States’ financial investment in Libya. Where’s the outrage?
US Embassy in Libya evacuated amid ‘significant deterioration in security’; President golfs
Heh. As Twitchy reported, “idiocracy was upon us” when the CDC director did a 180 yesterday on Ebola “protocol breach” blame.
Actor Rob Lowe was not impressed and summed it all up:
Wow, this CDC press conference on Ebola is a train wreck. This guy is totally adrift.
— Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) October 13, 2014
@RobLowe He doesn't exactly inspire confidence, does he?
— Athena (@AthenaTweets) October 13, 2014
“@RobLowe: Wow, this CDC press conference on Ebola is a train wreck. This guy is totally adrift.” #BlameNurse #WarOnWomen
— kit (@kits54) October 13, 2014
@RobLowe Repeatedly saying over the last few weeks that we would stop ebola in its tracks surprisingly didn't stop it in its tracks.
— Jessica Heddings (@JessicaHeddings) October 13, 2014
@RobLowe I get the feeling that the so called "experts" have no idea what they're doing.
— Jason (@DrSlappyShorts) October 13, 2014
But … but … Top Men!
And an exit wish:
@RobLowe I wish someone was qualified to answer that phone call at 3am.
— Wayne Lauton (@1SG_WayneLauton) October 13, 2014
It’s not funny, because it’s true.
‘Idiocracy is upon us’: CDC director does a 180 on Ebola ‘protocol breach’ blame
That awkward moment when CDC claims Ebola ‘protocol breach’ or something. Then ‘forgets’ to mention it HERE