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Jimmy Kimmel – Kids Gay Marriage Video. FAIL.

Jimmy Kimmel is a very popular late night talk show in the USA.    He is very well liked and is viewed mostly as a non-polarizing and non-partisan comedic interviewer.   In other words,  he doesn’t offend too many people in a country where everyone seems to get outrageously touchy over the simplest of things.

Recently, however, Jimmy Kimmel’s staff of writers  — which includes Jimmy himself — may have pushed the envelope a bit too far.

If you didn’t already know, the Unites States Supreme Court voted to make same sex marriage legal in all the fifty states that make up the USA.

Prior to this landmark decision, the laws for or against same sex marriage were implemented by each individual state.  In some States same sex marriage was legal while in others it was not.  This Supreme Court ruling put an end to all that nitpicking,  and now there is no more debating the issue.   If you live in the USA — even if it’s in a cardboard box — you can now marry a person of the same sex.  End of story.

Apparently, because of the groundswell of happiness from those in the USA who support same sex marriage, Jimmy Kimmel and his gang thought it would be cute to go out onto the streets of Los Angeles  – in this case Hollywood Blvd — and ask passing children some questions about gay marriage.  It was rather funny, but let’s just say that Art Linkletter wouldn’t have done it…even in 2015.

Art Linkletter was an American TV host and raconteur who gained international fame with his  TV show – “KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS.”

On his program, Linkletter used to ask young kids all kinds of questions about life, romance, school, marriage, pets and just about everything you could think of within the boundaries of what was considered at the time to be in good taste.

Over the years, interviewing thousands of children, Art Linkletter accumulated some hilarious answers from his juvenile panel.    Very rarely,  a child would say something that may have had a slightly sexual or naughty overtone,  and the audience would giggle politely.

This is a typical example:  ART LINKLETTER:  “Can you tell me something you don’t like about going out to a restaurant?”  CHILD #1:  I hate to get all dressed up because my collar itches me.   CHILD #2:  “I don’t like when we have to leave before dessert comes because my mommy gets mad at my daddy for looking at the pretty waitresses.”

This is about as blue as it got on Art’s show because these were children, and by today’s standards, it’s harmless stuff.   Art would simply raise a suggestive eyebrow and continue on to the next child.

Kimmel’s crew did something very similar this week, and the video snippet of it has gone viral on Facebook — the homeland of the Facebook Simpletons — an distinct ethnic group of people who live only to look at pictures of kittens, send prayers to the sick,  and to pick politically moronic fights with other Facebook Simpletons.

Jimmy Kimmel set up a camera on Hollywood Blvd and asked passing kids questions about “gay marriage” in various ways — what does it mean?  What do you think of it?    The answers were quite humorous because kids do say the darndest things, but there was something creepy about the whole thing.

If you were to put on a trench coat and go into a schoolyard and ask these children questions about same sex marriage and gay marriage — or however you want to phrase it — you could get into some pretty big trouble.  Of course these children had their parents permission to answer the Kimmel camera, but did that make it right?   When you ask a child about “gay” or “straight” marriage, there is an element of sexuality brought into the picture.

Should children be asked questions of that nature and then have their words and images thrown out all over  the internet for the whole world to see just because some parents are hoping their kid will be the next YouTube sensation?

I don’t know, but there was something weird about it.  It sounded creepy.

I support same sex marriage 100%, but what’s the deal about asking CHILDREN for their opinions?  Sure, you get a laugh, but where do you draw the line between good taste and tackiness or criminality?  Like I said, if you ask kids the same questions in a street corner without the glitz and glamour of the Jimmy Kimmel show, wouldn’t your ass get hauled into jail?

Here’s another thing.  What if a religious TV station were to do the same thing?  What if some god-fearing group asked passing kids — with their parents permission — what they didn’t like about gay marriage?  What would happen?   Wouldn’t they be called religious zealots and pedophiles?  Of course they would.  There would be a line of people leading up to the Los Angeles County Courthouse waiting to press criminal charges against the religious TV show.  Then the sponsors would all drop out and the whole thing would go out of business.  That’s how they mark PROGRESS in the USA.

Do you think I am overstating this?  I don’t.  I think you shouldn’t go around entertaining people by asking children questions that can in any way be viewed as lurid or sexual in origin.

My haters will say that I am against love and against equality — the usual angry sh*t — but I am all about love and equality, but only when it’s put forth with sincerity and no child is exploited for the sake of a buck and pushy stage parents.

Hey — if you want really funny answers about touchy and sensational stuff – go ask old people in a nursing home.  You’ll get funnier and more diverse answers — and you will eliminate the creepy factor.

I think this was a FAIL on the part of Jimmy Kimmel Live show.  Also, you will kindly note that the ET video I attached to this article is very carefully edited from the actual video which you can find anywhere.  How many feet of video did they need to get these funny answers?   What kinds of questions did they really ask?

Anyway — it’s easy to comment on The Damien Zone — I don’t check anything — except for viruses.  There is no hassle to comment – no email verification — but I have to see your comment to approve it.  I will approve it almost always — even if you hate me to pieces and say the most vile things..  Rest assured — if you comment – it will appear — just keep checking.  I try to approve all comments within 4 hours.   Sometimes I see it instantly.

Soldier Refuses to Tip Server is a HOAX !

atipThe community of FACEBOOK SIMPLETONS — a rather new and distinct underprivileged ethnic group — is at it again.  This time it’s another fake “no tip for you” receipt from a soldier who wrote that his tip would be zero because, in his perfectly scrawled words he stated:  “My tip is the freedoms I provided you while serving my country.”  

This story is a hoax — IT NEVER HAPPENED.

Is it possible that Dana Morales is at it again?  Who knows, but what we do know is that everybody wants to be viral and everybody has a gimmick and most importantly — FACEBOOK and NEWSMAX are the final frontiers for every gullible moron on the face of the earth.   The dumbest of the dumb see this and what do they do?  They pass it on to someone else. When is this going to stop?  The answer is that it will never stop because Americans are getting dumber and dumber.  It’s too late…it’s too late.  
Neither the restaurant nor the server are mentioned because there is no restaurant and there is no server.  This was a scam created by a few not-so-clever guys who work in the design department of a military catalog that sells clothing and camping supplies.  In other words, the whole soldier refusing to tip thing is a hoax.  It was never even supposed to be seen as the truth but don’t tell that to the community of Facebook Simpletons Who Share.  They want more than anything for this to be true.  This is their reason for living.  Please drop them from your Facebook page and put them out of YOUR misery.
Naturally, the morons of the world pass this along as a great scandal — please — anyone on your Facebook page who shared this with you needs to be dropped right NOW.
A famed zoologist and TV writer disagrees with me…this time I think he’s way off. 
“Hey, Damien.  Many people who create their social life on Facebook are looking for conflict or drama in that imaginary life.  This doesn’t mean that they are morons or stupid like you say.  Some of them are highly intelligent and inventive and imaginative.  It’s just that their Facebook has gotten dull or humdrum.   For the most part It simply means that they want to keep the story line of their Facebook more vibrant.  By using shared information like this, even though it proves to be false, they move things along the way a daytime dram or soap opera opens up to new characters and new drama.  It’s a human nature kind of thing.”  [D. D. Mattia] <— read about this dude and judge for yourself.   Sometimes he is smart and sometimes he’s a moron too.

Franco’s Home Run Stealing Ball Bully Identified!

brodFox Sports Arizona announcers Steve Berthiaume and Bob Brenly were in complete shock yesterday when a big, beer belly, pushy, bully, block-headed douche bag shoved an older woman like she was a piece of dirt in in the gutter just so he could retrieve Maikel Franco’s first home run ball at the Diamondback -Phillies game.

The big slob was later identified as Brod Kearnbleu, a 33-year-old locker room attendant and laundry manager at a men’s spa and sauna  somewhere north of downtown Philly.

“He would have pushed that poor woman over the rail to get that ball, ” said a fan who refused to be identified.  “He has some kind of weird fixation for Franco and he wanted that ball regardless of whatever he had to do to get it….and he got it.  He was walking back and forth yelling, ‘Franco, Franco, Franco.”  It was freaky, and then he shoved that old lady really hard.  You could hear him grunt. “

MORE PICS TAKEN HERE: Diamondback photia — the link might be broken now but it worked last night.

Friends of Brod Kearnbleu, who later negotiated an undisclosed deal with Franco’s entourage for the return of the ball, said that he has changed a lot in the past year and that ever since he got the job in the  sauna, he has become very obnoxious and unpredictable.

A childhood friend who only identified himself as “Greg”  had this to say:

“He’s turned into a bully over the past year and always trying to prove his masculinity.  Especially now that he moved in with his uncle.  

“All he does is worship Franco.  Something happened to him since he started working in that spa place.  He used to like baseball like a normal person but he also enjoyed art and music and he was a genuine cool guy.  Now he’s a jerk.”

According to Damien Zone sources, Brod Kearnbleu grew up in Bakersfield, California and moved to the Philadelphia area after graduating from an undisclosed two-year college where he majored in theater and landscaping design.

“I never liked the guy since the day he signed the lease,” said his landlady who prefers to be anonymous. 

“He’s like, I don’t know, I guess you would call him a meathead or something but he has a delicate and sensitive side.  He used to be somewhat likable but he’s not anymore.  

“He likes to listen to rock music all day and he’s always taking pictures too,  but then he blasts the baseball games on the TV and radio all day long most of the time.

“His uncle is a shady guy too but he pays the rent on time.  All they ever do is order take out food and they don’t recycle the cardboard Chinese boxes like they’re supposed to.  I would say that Brod has gain about 50 pounds since he moved in with his uncle.  I don’t know what’s really going on with him,  but I always say, ‘live and let live,’ especially if they pay the rent and don’t take dope. “

Brod Kearnbleu was not available for comment.