Skip to comments.Sarah Palin's secret "laugh track" machine at Jay Leno show: makes Adam Lambert fans like her, too!
Posted on 03/06/2010 4:49:52 AM PST by RonDog
In perhaps the worst possible development for the radical left since the discovery of Karl Rove's now infamous "Weather Machine," Governor Palin's recently exposed top secret "laugh track" machine appears to also have even more dastardly powers than were originally feared.
In addition to altering the space-time continuum, and reprogramming the master computers at NBC to cause laughter during Sarah's monologue to appear where none had been before, and send well-intentioned jeers and "groans" from her wannabe stalkers into the abyss this mysterious device apparently also exerts some kind of irresistible mind control powers over the loyal fans of "American Idol" megastar Adam Lambert, causing many of them to actually like the producer of the upcoming new "Alaska Valley Days" TV series, Governor Sarah Palin.
Or, at least, that's what the Kos Kids would like you to believe.
Many of those wacky ultra-left "conspiracy-mongers" who post at such online cesspools as the Daily Kos, Huffpo and DU have been foaming at the mouth all week about Sarah's "rock star" performance during for last week's taping of "Day Two" of Jay Leno's return to the traditional 11:35 pm time slot for the "Tonight Show."
Since I was actually in the studio audience last week when Governor Palin made her "comedy debut" with a small band of "Palin palm print"-bearing FReepers (and FRiends) who had crashed the party with the intention of acting as "Ed McMahon" to Sarah's "Johnny Carson" I call BS on their widely-reported, but easily-debunked, "laugh track" conspiracy theory.
In my not so humble opinion, however, the REAL "back story" behind last week's studio audience, which has naturally NOT been covered in the "State-Controlled Media" was that a huge percentage of that relatively "pro-Palin" audience last week were "glamberts" that is, hard core fans of "American Idol" singer Adam Lambert, whom many music lovers view as a contemporary reincarnation of Elvis. (Or, perhaps Liberace.)
In this thread, which will serve as the "after action" report for our recent Leno FReep, I intend to explore this strange and very unexpected (to me) twist on the controversial "big tent" philosophy of the new Republican party. And that strange new twist is, many Adam Lambert fans support Sarah Palin!
I am particularly interested in hearing on this thread from ADAM LAMBERT FANS who support Sarah Palin, but I would also like to hear from CONSERVATIVES who may have reservations about welcoming this new group of Palin supporters, many of whom have been NOT previously been engaged (or informed) in the political arena.
Personally, I like the concept of "My tent, my rules."
That is, we welcome the electoral support of just about ANYBODY but only on OUR terms. I believe that the conservative political movement should be like America itself: everyone is welcome here IF you agree to certain fundamental, non-negotiable principles.
Please post YOUR comments and opinions about Sarah Palin and the "glamberts" here.
...I call BS on their widely-reported, but easily-debunked, "laugh track" conspiracy theory.Let's get THAT PART of this thread out of the way right from the start.
I can provide MANY facts to confirm what I already know, from having been there LIVE.
But, here is a very good analysis of why this whole story is so LAME, from a guy who just watched it on TV, as posted on hotair.com:
Just re-watched the Palin appearance on Lenos show. Either D-bag Stinson is a liar, or Jay and Sarah are incredibly talented.
During the interview, it is clear that each of them pause for the applause to die down before continuing to speak. At one point, they each raise their voices to talk above the applause. If that was canned applause, then they are amazing in their ability to pause at the just the right moment knowing that the sound would be edited in later.
Same thing during Palins monologue. She must be a pro to know to pause long enough after each joke to allow space for the canned applause to be inserted. She is also a trooper. She kept smiling and plowing ahead as if the audience really liked her jokes instead showing that she was bombing like D-bag Stinson claims.
All in all, there may have been some laughter added over the top of her jokes, but only to enhance the audiences reaction not fill it in completely. I am sure this is not the first time this has happened on a talk show.
Conclusion: D-bag Stinson is a liar.
Mallard T. Drake on March 5, 2010 at 10:10 PM
Next week we turn the clocks back and thus we have an extra hour of Sarah Palin in daylight hours. This will be essential in collecting video footage for the summer months ahead.
Spring forward, fall back.
Measure once, cut twice (go back to Home Depot)
Lambert gives me the creeps. But I’ve found a solution—don’t watch.
As for Palin, she can & should do her thing, but trying to compete against Obama for the pop culture vote is probably not a good strategy, assuming that she actually does have further political aspirations, which I question.
That’s great news! Palin power is already causing spring to move forward and now fall is being pushed back.
FYI...IMHO worth pinging the AI list, or posting a link to the AI thread....it appears, according to FReeper RonDog..that many Adam Lambert fans also adore Sarah Palin..who knew??? they sure aren’t on our thread (g)
I bet we will see Glambert fans doing Sarah in drag-which is a huge compliment to her on the planet they come from.
But: Our Tent-Our Rules...all the way Dog.
“Measure once, cut twice (go back to Home Depot)”
LMAO-I have to have that made into a T-shirt for my husband!
Thanks for the time you put in for us.
... not to be confused with Fall forwards, Spring back :)
It’s all yours. Have fun. :)
Or live in Arizona and do nothing at all.
I think Obamas “pop culture” vote will die off when 3 million college students graduate this year and can’t find a job. Similar to what happened to Carter.
As alienating as his looks are, I’ve learned to not necessarily go by the “weirdness” factor in determining folks’ political leanings. You look at Alice Cooper, Dave Mustaine, Sunset Nation, and Stuck Mojo (whose “Crooked Figurehead” is a scathing personal indictment of Bill Clinton) and wonder if bands have finally figured out that the only way they can truly be successful is under capitalism. Personally, I think the periphery of social culture is what the left misses when they consider their utopia of neo-communism. They focus on the Workers. Well, when everyone is a Worker, there are no musicians outside of what the very few Tsarist party members wants to hear. There are no artists outside of that sphere. There are no entertainers outside of that sphere. There are no car companies, no iPod makers, no coffee shops, no poetry readings, and any other marginal entertainment outside of the Tsarist Circle. And most importantly, no entrepeneurs at all!
...In this thread, which will serve as the "after action" report for our recent Leno FReep, I intend to explore this strange and very unexpected (to me) twist on the controversial "big tent" philosophy of the new Republican party. And that strange new twist is, many Adam Lambert fans support Sarah Palin!As I posted on onyx's Palin/Leno LIVE thread, also from adamlamberttv.blogspot.com:
...The majority of the audience were there for Adam.
We had a few Palin people behind us but they were clearly in the minority. The audience was very polite even though many of us are not Palin supporters.
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Why can't Adam and Palin fans be in the same person? I am.
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I'm a Palin AND Adam supporter. There's a lot of us. A LOT of Palin supporters are Independents.....fiscally conservative and socially liberal.
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I love Adam, and I don't dislike Palin.
I think there is room in the world for all of them. I'm glad there was such a diverse group on his show and that Leno showed respect to ALL of them.
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Another Adam and Palin supporter here, who normally doesn't feel the need to respond to small-minded stereotyping of "Middle-America".
Freaks are now “idols.”
I remember when Adam Lambert Was Called David Bowie!
I remember when Adam Lambert was Called Marilyn Manson...
these guys are sooooo trite...can you imagine the amount of tail a straight hetero masculine singer would get today? It is hard to imagine because there are sooooo few.
Two snaps up for the ‘zonies!
Lamber it is a homo
When was the last time a flaming gay entertainer was anything but a liberal?
Jon Stewart’s ‘Daily Show’ compared Palin’s appearance to Romney’s...funny stuff, and supportive of Sarah (for once).
Not counting Liberace?
KEYWORDS: jayleno; notbreakingnews; palin; palinleno; sarahpalinLOL!
Fortunately, "ignorance is one-hundred percent curable."To the unknown keyword adder:
This is the "after action" report of an major recent L.A. chapter FReep during which we helped to support a conservative leader whom many think will be the next President of the United States, as she appeared on a national broadcast seen by almost SIX MILLION people -- not to mention all of the millions of OTHER people who saw (or heard about) this event afterwards, online and in the State-Controlled Media.
And, as it happens, this fact also put members of this forum in the unique position of being able to defend Governor Palin as EYEWITNESSES -- inside the studio audience of the "Tonight Show" during an alleged scandal which was manufactured to attack her.
Sock it to meee?
Looking at young men who are openly homosexual and announcing it to children who are watching them on television and who are supposedly idolizing them, is far worse than short-sighted.
It is denying the cycle of decadence that is destroying us from within by subverting our cultural heritage.
To consider today’s freaks no different than yesterday’s is to commit the intellectual crime of moral relativism.
What you need to do, in order not to be blinded by each tree in the forest, is to have a higher benchmark against which you compare where we are today.
When you do so, you’ll find out that we are in a cesspool. And we are in that swill purely because people like you keep saying, “Every generation thinks things are getting worse. Ergo, they are not, it is only a matter of perception.”
Again, seek a higher, stable benchmark and compare. Look at the stats that indicate where our culture is today (high teen pregnancy, high teen abortion, high teen drug usage, high teen suicide, high teen homosexuality) and I don’t think anyone who is reasonable and objective will say that we are better off today that fame-whores like Adam Lambert use their fame to push an ulterior agenda that is causing great harm.
You can lead a gift horse to water nine times, but you can never look in it's mouth.
Although we share the same philosophy, I'm afraid I'm losing interest in her as presidential timber, especially after her endorsement and campaigning for McManiac.
She's making so many questionable choices, I truly believe she's not going to run for higher office again, and I wouldn't blame her, frankly. I'm just not hitching my star exclusively to her anymore......she isn't turning out to be a Margaret Thatcher inspiration-type, at least to me.
Pity. Too bad she's being mentioned in the same breath as Adam Lambert.
I coulda sworn he was hetero!!!!11!
Thank you for the report. And thanks for posting those pictures of Lambert — scary though they be — as I had no idea of who he is, although I knew I had heard the name.
Thanks for the time you put in for us.You're welcome!
This was a "labor of love." :)
The only frustrating part is that I cannot post the REALLY COOL parts about what we did here on the public forum -- without jeopardizing our "operational security" -- and thereby limiting the effectiveness of our secret "methods and tactics" for FUTURE FReeps. :o)
For those too young to remember...
In today's world, this is how you break-through the media's lock on your image.
Besides, Reagan was part of pop culture, coming out of Hollywood. He knew how to use that for his advantage.
Reagan had decades of speeches under his belt, but the media tried to portray him as a fool from select movies he did. So Reagan took the message directly to the people.....that is what Palin is doing -- eliminating the filter.
For a President who often came across as cold and wooden, I thought it was actually pretty OK.
At the time, if you remember, it helped his personal ratings immensely.
But extremely effective. Nixon himself credited that appearance as giving him a major boost. It "humanized" him in the public's mind.
Lambert and Palin are both Rogues.
BTW, aside from Adam's way over the top antics and flaming appearance, that boy can honestly sing!
...All in all, there may have been some laughter added over the top of her jokes, but only to enhance the audiences reaction not fill it in completely. I am sure this is not the first time this has happened on a talk show.This is the only part of Mallard's insightful post on HotAir.com that I need to respectfully disagree with.
Conclusion: D-bag Stinson is a liar.
Mallard T. Drake on March 5, 2010 at 10:10 PM
Here is a private reply that I sent to some Palin supporters who asked for MY opinion of this latest scandal:
...I don't plan to spend much time refuting the Kos Kids Konspiracies -- but OUR GROUP was probably the "laugh track" they thought they heard.Some of that (now public) reply will make more sense after you read Stinson's original charges.
We only had a dozen or so FReepers (and FRiends) actually get in, so perhaps our support for Governor Palin did sound a little "forced" at times.
But it also may have helped that we were sitting directly under a microphone that may have made us sound louder to the TV audience at home than it would have to the bozo (sitting in another part of the studio audience) who wrote this screed.
I certainly did not hear HIS supposedly "loud" groans and sighes from where I was sitting -- in the center. Perhaps they really did have the mikes where he was sitting turned down. It sounds like where the "Rouge" people were sitting was where our friend Eric Golub was sitting. Maybe HE saw their "coloring books" -- and heard their "groans." WE certainly did not, from where we were sitting.
And OUR "Palin palm prints" didn't make it on the TV crowd shots either. The cameras were ignoring ALL of us in the audience, equally, I think.
On his side, over by the Tonight Show band, there were a lot of rather vocal Shaun White fans. Maybe that's why his mike was turned down, and did not pick up his sounds as well our mike did for our sounds -- at least for what the the audience at home was hearing. - RonDog
Not aware of Adam Lambert until last week? And I thought I was woefully out of the mainstream pop culture! ;-)
Adam wears MORE LIPSTICK than Sarah! LOL.
If you can’t see that our nation is in moral decline, what are you fighting to defend, our right to listen to thrash?
You are picking and choosing quite a strange array of time periods to point to, but the label you chose for each time period don’t point to a moral base. The closest you came was “Puritan,” and the fact that you chose that label indicates that you really don’t know much about the Puritans other than what your teachers have programmed you to think. The Puritans were actually a pretty fun bunch who didn’t mind drinking, lewdness, and having a wild time. They were “pure” in their interpretation of Biblical teaching.
It sounds like you believe the lie that Revisionist Historians have been preaching that American tradition is evil. I’d suggest “Patriot’s History of the US” and “the Politically Incorrect Guide to American History” if you’d like to read some history books that actually paint us as having a pretty good track record.
By the way, I’d go for the gold-rush era of capitalism in a heartbeat. Economically, we were far better-off under “Laisse Faire” (though there was not much that was actually hands-off about it) economics, and it was a far better banking system.
But I’d also go back to a time period to when pop culture was not so blatantly decadent. I know the Great Generation was not perfect, but I’d much rather go to a Glenn Miller concert than a Pearl Jam concert. Yes, the people had their faults and weaknesses, but we made a joint effort to shame wrongful behavior and praise virtuous behavior. When we allowed the Leftists to destroy the concept of right and wrong and of shame and praise, we allowed them to dictate the new right and wrong.