City Desk

Just Asking: Which local journo cornered Sarah Silverman in Denver and asked if she wanted a job in an Obama administration, then asked "what position" (heh, heh)? The funny lady replied with two playful "love slaps" on the reporter's cheek.

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  • http://www.upsetthesetup.com Upset The Setup

    Who is Mike Debonis?

  • http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com Mike DeBonis

    I wish. But I did see it happen.

  • http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/columns/showandtell/ Amanda Hess

    No seriously, who the hell is Mike DeBonis?

  • Ernest

    That Sarah is all farce without sizzle, a comedy of sorts with no allure. I know not what others see in her. A Jewess, too. Who cares who the journo was, if there was any.

  • Luke

    Ernest, your anti-Semitism is disgusting. I've read several of your postings and you sound like an absolute fool. You may fancy yourself as some sort of blog jester, but I assure you it is a position without respect.

  • Arthur Delaney

    I know who did it! He's been telling EVERYBODY.

  • David

    Ok, let's calm down here with the anti-Semitism claims. As a Jew myself, I feel I have the authority to say that Ernest was (barely) within the realm of good taste by calling Sarah Silverman a Jewess. She frequently plays up that aspect of her persona so I think that's fair game. Perhaps Ernest was referencing that Gilda Radner skit on SNL about Jewess Jeans?

    Also: seriously... who was it? I have no clue.

  • Peggy

    Yes, Ernest, cut it out. This time you've gone too far.

  • sunsetpark

    Rhymes with 'Nagourney'

  • sara.h

    Hmmm. I wonder who it was...

    Also- totally not within the "realm of good taste." And certainly the way Ernest used it.

  • sarah.f

    True. Silverman's “comedy” is vulgar, crude, distasteful and often plain repulsive. Why can one say temptress, waitress, hostess, English woman yet not Jewess? Ernest attacked unjustly. He has a fresh, uncluttered outlook.

  • David

    Does it rhyme with Nagourney or is it actually Nagourney, as in the NYT's Adam Nagourney?

  • Ernest

    Another Sara?.... Singular. What does ‘f’ stand for? Franklin, Ford, Fitz-Patrick, Feldman, Frankenstein?.. How delightful.

    David, right on as ever!

    Luke, I’m yet to see something, anything, to recommend you as intelligent as you apparently fancy yourself to be. In the meantime, I shall assume you moron and no more. Hope this does not offend.

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