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But the veteran writer and comedian found himself in hot water after his opening monologue as host of "Saturday Night Live" this weekend for making jokes about the Jewish connection to the Hollywood harassment scandal and the challenges of dating in a World War II Jewish concentration camp.First, David touched on the recent scandals, pointing out very hesitantly, "I couldn't help but notice a very disturbing pattern emerging, which is that many of the predators ...We haven't been able to find out his real name; apparently he was nicknamed the Munich Mouser, somewhat disrespectfully, by Churchill as he was a holdover from former Prime Minister Chamberlain's administration.He was, though, treated with great kindness, as Churchill was very fond of cats.Bill himself is said to have taken matters into his own paws, and finding the door to the Chancellor's office ajar one day he walked in and exercised some of those blandishments that cats know so well how to use to get their way.Chancellor Philip Snowden a man noted for his tight-fisted guardianship of public funds looked at Rufus, and softened.On Saturday, Ben Affleck and girlfriend Lindsay Shookus stepped out for a night together in Hollywood where they were joined by the lovable but curmudgeonly comic Larry David.
Later there were several Home Office cats called Peter, or Peta (see separate page).
are Jews." He used this topic to segue into World War II Poland, where he imagined the challenges of trying to pick up women in a concentration camp. " The monologue received laughs from the studio audience, but there was a much more heated response online, with people falling passionately on either side of the debate, including Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, who wrote that David "managed to be offensive, insensitive & unfunny all at same time." Following are some of those reactions: #Really Makes Me Cringe when we have people denying the holocaust & Larry David opens the door for them to think it's fine to joke about it.
"The problem is there are no good opening lines in a concentration camp," he mused. pic.twitter.com/w8SFjpie Ta— Red T Raccoon (@Red TRaccoon) November 5, 2017 Recurring guest star Alec Baldwin also came under some fire for a Weinstein joke he made during the show's cold open as President Trump, when he said, "[Weinstein] could have gotten away with all of it if only he’d gotten himself elected president." The comedian was already enmeshed in a Twitter battle over earlier comments he'd made about the Weinstein scandal that resulted in him quitting the social media platform.
And coming right up to contemporary times, it was announced in July 2016 that a new mouser had been appointed for the Treasury.
Eighteen-month-old Gladstone (left), an all-black former stray from Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, was kept inside for his first few weeks and quickly made himself at home.
He made great friends with the staff, who keep him supplied with his needs; and he can be tracked with an app which means that people can check on their phone at any time to see where he is!