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“I argue that the modern liberal is the stupidest human being to have ever lived. How much stupider can you be than not only always wrong, but as wrong as wrong can be. 180 degrees from Right!”
“If the liberal is as stupid as I believe them to be, how does he keep rising to the tops of their profession. Then it dawned on me. Liberals reach the tops of their professiosn because they enter only those professions where you don’t ever actually DO ANYTHING.”
This week, "Weird Al" Yankovic's Mandatory Fun became the first comedy album in more than 50 years to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The last time one headed the chart was Allan Sherman's My Son, The Nut, which held on to the top position for eight weeks 1963, when little Al Yankovic was just turning four.
Mandatory Fun, which sold 104K copies this week, is the first comedy album in history to debut at No. 1. Previously, the fastest-rising comedy album was Vaughn Meader's The First Family, a spoof of the Kennedy family, which shot to No. 1 in two weeks in December 1962.