Does anyone really believe the apology was real?

Kathy Griffin, a real hag (best way I can sum it up) and piece of work shot off a contrived apology over the photo she had made with an image of Donald Trumps severed head.  Now the news says she's saying she is taking back the apology.  My question is did anyone ever really believe she meant it in the first place? 

http://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/ce...&ocid=spartandhp

It's not very difficult to realize why this girl is single and can't seem to keep a steady dating partner.  She's a walking sewage pit in almost every way, at least going by her extreme potty mouth and weird, wicked sense of humor.   I'm one that has sincere concern that comedy has taken a huge step backwards over the last 20 years but comedians like Kathy  Griffin leave me wondering about just what type of person she really is, in person.  I know most people have some redeeming qualities but Kathy really needs to get more exposure because all the exposure that she has gotten to date only confirms that walking sewage pit impression.

Be as the Bereans ( Acts 17:11 )
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Of course her apology was NOT sincere, but it is odd that the left vilified her for it while they ignore more of the same, as bad, stuff from others. That could be because she was just so freaking hateful and made fun of the lefties in hollyweird too. She's the female version of don rickles, and he was as hateful as they come.

I, myself,  never took Don Rickles as a hateful person but always attributed it to being his act and his nitch.   He came up in a time when had he been like Kathy Griffin he would have been drummed out of the industry.  I could be wrong but I just never thought of him as a hateful or hate filled person.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/04/06/...-jillette/index.html

http://www.esquire.com/enterta...t-art-of-the-insult/

The time he lived in was different and so was society and what was acceptable. 

direstraits posted:

Its rather like the comedian, Foster Brooks, he made his mark by acting like a drunk. Not acceptable, now.

 I loved watching Foster Brooks, he was amazing and if I remember correctly he actually didn't drink  at all yet was able to play the most convincing drunk.  I saw him on many of the celebrity roast that Dean Martin did. 

gbrk posted:
direstraits posted:

Its rather like the comedian, Foster Brooks, he made his mark by acting like a drunk. Not acceptable, now.

 I loved watching Foster Brooks, he was amazing and if I remember correctly he actually didn't drink  at all yet was able to play the most convincing drunk.  I saw him on many of the celebrity roast that Dean Martin did. 

Old Dino acted like he had a couple of martinis before the show, himself.  Plus, a showgirl for dessert. 

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