A Moment For South Carolina

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Published on October 6, 2015

Stephen’s home state has been absolutely hammered by devastating floods. Visit colbertlateshow.com for info on how to support the relief efforts.

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24 comments

  • Nick Scott 4 years ago

    Stephen Colbert is a tremendous human being. We’re all pulling for you,
    South Carolina.

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  • EEN9B 4 years ago

    Bet some of the charities use the donations for other things other than
    helping South Carolina.

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  • Coregame3 4 years ago

    Looks like a brontosaurus.

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  • meredocu 4 years ago

    rule 34 strikes again, this time with a huge amount of victims! I believe,
    it is time to create something to prevent this from happening again. So I
    know, the rule 34 is more a natural law than it is a “human-created rule”,
    and it is pointless to believe we can suppress it. But I believe it is our
    moral duty, to do everything we can to prevent this rule from hurting the
    population.
    Moreover, the rule 34 does generate profit for those who exploit it…
    wouldn’t it be reasonable to ask those people to use this money, by raising
    funding from their benefit, to participate significantly in the recovering
    process of the people who did suffer from that “rule”?

    MereDocu from internet-news, October 6 2015.

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  • Jack Ripper 4 years ago

    It actually does look more like an elephant

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  • srercrcr 4 years ago

    They don’t want your help. After all, the 5 Repug Congressman said NO to
    Hurricane Sandy relief. What goes around comes around, dumbasses!

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  • Normal Owl 4 years ago

    Seems like a normal day in philippines.

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  • Consul Magnus 4 years ago

    Good to see that Jimmy is still a thing or person.

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  • iwashere2011able 4 years ago

    Looks like The Lochness monster is on a rampage.

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  • silat13 4 years ago

    Channeling the Ayn L Rand K0CHsucking reichwing:
    I do not want my tax dollars going to any conservative voters in South
    Carolina.

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  • Brann 4 years ago

    Greetings from SC!

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  • Scared Bent 4 years ago

    This rain wouldn’t of ever happened if we had tougher gun laws!!!!!

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  • IgnemFeram01 4 years ago

    That moment when you live in South Carolina at the top of a hill with a
    huge recess of land across the street. But the neighborhood next to me has
    several houses underwater. And we’ve been advised not to run water since
    Friday.

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  • Josh Fletcher 4 years ago

    I was in Columbia Sunday just before everything hit the fan. Was trying to
    get to Georgia from NC and got my timing way wrong. Turned back before the
    last bridge went out. By the time I was back across the state lines the
    whole city was under.

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  • PrincessTS01 4 years ago

    do you believe in global warming yet?

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  • Chris Hutchison 4 years ago

    I grew up in South Carolina. I spent half of my life living in Myrtle
    Beach. To see this happening breaks my heart. I may not live there anymore.
    But when a friend sends you a picture of your old house with water filling
    it. You can’t help feel but that the memories are washing away with it

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  • Jeff Hsu 4 years ago

    colbert would make a great weatherman

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  • Jonathan Taylor 4 years ago

    Republican “thought” process: South Carolina has more than enough water and
    California does not have enough water, so the US should build an oil
    pipeline from Canada to Mexico.

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  • Susanna Register 4 years ago

    Bless you Colbert! Your home state salutes you!

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  • Dracul JOSHI 4 years ago

    well…

    you rape nature, nature will eventually rape you.

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  • Jock James 4 years ago

    I didn’t even have a mud puddle in my yard.

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  • 1128ca88stb 4 years ago

    Why not help South Carolina but just denying there is a problem? I mean, it
    IS global-warming-related, right?

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  • FPVer Flying 4 years ago

    There were no meteorologist 1,000 years ago yet you refuse to believe
    todays higher tech meterologist about global warmimg. sad thinkers.

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  • TheSignetGamer 4 years ago

    that global warming thou

    Reply

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