Skip to comments.DUNCES: Cuomo and Lemon Fail to Accurately ID Animal on Mental Acuity Test
Posted on 07/23/2020 11:25:28 AM PDT by Tench_Coxe
After Cuomo quipped that the test looks like something for middle school, Lemon stumbled through suggesting Trump took the test because others were worried about a mental decline. Well, you take that when Usually Listen, I'm not a doctor and Im going to let Dr. Reiner explain it in a little bit. But usually when there's some issue or some concern about, you know, your cognitive ability, he hinted.
CUOMO: What were the animal shapes?
LEMON: Well, its a lion, a hippo, and a camel.
CUOMO: Isnt that a rhino in the middle?
LEMON: A rhino or a hippo.
CUOMO: You don't even know a hippo from a rhino?
LEMON: A rhino. Sorry.
CUOMO: You got no acuity, son!
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Was that CNN or Romper Room? What, are they gonna do “shapes” tomorrow?
Or "brekekekek-koax, koax!"
Or "It's ain't easy being green!"
Inquiring minds want to know.
A homo Hippo is the same as a Rino.
After milk and animal crackers and their nap.
More like lion, asshole, camel.
Biden’s answer was “you know..the thing!”
I believe that should be: “Lyin’ RHINO & camel”.
Its a dromedary not a camel. Its a trick question.
So, who are these people? Why post without an explanation?
That middle one has an unmistakable stench to it.
Wolf Blitzer on Celebrity Jeopardy, -4600.
It’s been posted on FR many times.
The guy on the left wants to be known as “The Face of CNN”.
His score reflects the knowledge and fact quotient of CNN.
I think the one in the middle is a donkey.
The one in red or minus points is CNNs Wolf Blitzer. The middle is Dana Delany I think. Andy is the smart one it appears. Don’t know who he is. This was a celebrity edition of Jeopardy from some years ago now.
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