Richard Marx is Cool and So Are Guns!

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Published on May 13, 2021

If you want the “411” on what’s “totally coolio” these days, just ask a 80s-90s pop rock icon! And according to Richard Marx, buying a gun will make you totally cool…as cool as Richard Marx is today. #DoOneThing

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54 comments

  • Jonathan Perry 2 years ago

    Guns are fun!!!! Unfortunately mental Illness + guns= no fun. Something clearly needs to be done about this but it’s so hard to decide who should not qualify to have one

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  • Karen Villegas 2 years ago

    “Timeless and often heard at the grocery store” 😂 😭

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  • RedStretchLimo 2 years ago

    Richard who?

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  • DJ OakeyDoakey 2 years ago

    “I don’t know how we going to survive, this romance……actually I do and it’s with a gun”

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  • Lion Orionview 2 years ago

    Good skit, but most gun owners don’t get sarcasm.

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  • Red Headed Step Child 2 years ago

    He’s right. . . I do still love him! 💕

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  • Shawn Hawkins 2 years ago

    I love guns, their fun, powerful, utilitarian and loud. I also really dig knowing who owns them.

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  • ThomThom 2 years ago

    Reportedly, Richard’s wife threatened to divorce him if he didn’t authorize the release of Hazard. Awesome song. And now people know about Nebraska.

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  • Dudeonwheels 2 years ago

    I’m a hardline Richard Marxist.

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  • karly Rich 2 years ago

    I’ll always be right here, waiting for Richard Marx <3

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  • Timothy Paulsen 2 years ago

    I’m not sure Samantha understands the definition of cool.

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  • Chris Howard 2 years ago

    I’m glad he’s a good sport about it. That was funny.

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  • Jotta H. 2 years ago

    Richard Marx is a true mensch.

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  • S1L3NT G4M3R 2 years ago

    WOW… that was a LOT of hair!! LOL

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  • John Orosz 2 years ago

    Active-duty military personnel can vote; join a political party or club; or donate to political organizations, as long as they do so as private citizens and not as representatives of the U.S. armed forces. But they don’t have carte blanche to engage in all political activities, and certainly aren’t allowed to participate in seditious acts. As investigators work to determine whether any active-duty troops took part in the attack on the U.S. Capitol last week — and the Army investigates one of its own who organized a group to attend the Save America Rally beforehand — questions have arisen as to what service members can and can’t do politically and the consequences they face. Here Is What It Was Like for a Marine Turned Journalist Capturing the US Capitol Assault!

    The extent of their involvement will likely determine whether they violated a Defense Department directive that spells out the limitations or broke the law under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, according to military law experts. DoD Directive 1344.10 breaks down the rules when it comes to political activities — policies that are oft-repeated by the services during election years to remind personnel of their rights and limitations, according to Rachel VanLandingham, a retired Air Force judge advocate general and law professor at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. According to the directive, active-duty service members can vote and belong to a political party; give to political organizations and candidates; run for nonpartisan elected office; write letters to the editor in support of candidates or parties; place bumper stickers on their vehicles; and engage in voter registration drives — as long as they do these activities as private citizens.

    They cannot participate in partisan political fundraising activities, rallies or debates; manage campaigns; use their office or authority to influence or interfere with an election; solicit votes for a candidate or issue; serve as an officer in a partisan political club; speak at partisan gatherings; speak to the media as an advocate for or against a partisan political party or candidate; or engage in fundraising activities on federal installations.

    Participation includes more than mere attendance as a spectator, according to the directive.

    Army Capt. Emily Rainey, 30, is the first active-duty member identified as being under investigation for her participation in the rally.

    The Associated Press reported Sunday that the psychological operations officer, with 4th Psychological Operations Group at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, organized a group of 100 members of Moore County Citizens for Freedom — a self-described nonpartisan network “dedicated to the promotion of conservative values in Moore County through education and activism” to attend the D.C. rally to “stand against election fraud.”

    Rainey said she attended the Trump rally while on leave, didn’t advertise that she was an Army officer and told her bosses ahead of time that she’d be going.

    “I was a private citizen and doing everything right and within my rights,” Rainey told The Associated Press.

    She said she didn’t know of anyone who entered the Capitol and that the group members were headed back to their buses hours before an emergency curfew took effect.

    But even if Rainey didn’t break any laws, her role as organizer of the bus trip could be problematic and she could be held accountable, military law experts said.

    “If you’re the organizer, you are exercising the leadership role. That does create a problem with the DoD directive,” said Eugene Fidell, a former Coast Guard judge advocate general and military law expert who lectures at Yale Law School. “She organized a subgroup. I think that is problematic, right? That’s basically a leadership role.”

    VanLandingham agreed.

    “It sounds like she was leading, and that’s where the real problem is going to come in,” she said. “You can attend a political event, but you’re not supposed to be engaged in partisan political activities. I don’t see how you can get more partisan, which is what she was doing.”

    Rainey was charged earlier this month with injury to personal property after she posted a video online of her removing caution tape from a playground closed during COVID-19 restrictions.

    According to the Army, she received an “appropriate administrative action” and submitted her resignation in September. It is expected to go into effect in April.

    More than 90 people have been arrested for the events at the Capitol, which briefly delayed certification of the Electoral College results and ended with vandalism, injuries and deaths.

    Six people died during or after the assault, including a trespasser shot while allegedly trying to break into the suite of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and a Capitol Police officer who died of injuries sustained while trying to defend the building and those trapped inside. Three people died of medical emergencies, while another officer died of suspected suicide after the event.

    At least 25 people are under investigation on domestic terrorism charges in the incident — a group that may include active-duty or reserve troops, a defense official told USA Today.

    The agitator who died, Ashli Babbit, served in the U.S. Air Force for 14 years. Retired Air Force Reserve Lt. Col. Larry Brock was arrested Sunday in Texas and charged with violent entry and disorderly conduct as well as entering a restricted building.

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  • shiva umesh 2 years ago

    I love Richard Marx!!

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  • Flame Beats 2 years ago

    Who? Sam’s really showing her age with picking him 😂

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  • BooBunny 2 years ago

    I guess I’ll have to survive without being as cool as Richard Marx.

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  • Victoria 2 years ago

    That was awesome. For a minute there, I wanted to buy a cool gun.

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  • OJsLeftGlove 2 years ago

    Imagine being okay with ridiculing half the country just because they don’t agree with your politics…

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  • Derrick Peng 2 years ago

    The incorrect Marx

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  • Cyo 22 2 years ago

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  • Pelarin Bacos III 2 years ago

    I’m so confused! Did I crossover into the Darkest Timeline while I was asleep? I’d better put on my black felt goatee.

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  • Ron Rossmore 2 years ago

    I LOVE THIS! Self-effacing just like US! Just for that, I’m gonna YT playlist all of Roger Maxx’s catalogue! And when the music gets blocked for whatever reason, I’ll try and find the songs again someday.

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  • New Message 2 years ago

    Did… did he know what this was for?

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  • ebattleon 2 years ago

    I still think Richard Marx is cool… But then again I’m a 1980s kid.

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  • leadspot 2 years ago

    I love Marxism

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  • Pat's Amazing Blends 2 years ago

    Brilliant. Well done Richard.

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  • Stephen Spackman 2 years ago

    @Full Frontal with Samantha Bee I am in equal measure horrified and confused.

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  • Ruby Doomsday 2 years ago

    His music is, er, not my bag, but his twitter is well worth a follow. Especially when he gets dissing Kenny Loggins.

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  • lee devlin 2 years ago

    I dont know if reverse psychology/sarcasm will work for guns but im sure glad to see richard marx still alive 😄😄

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  • Steve Knott 2 years ago

    Who said Americans don’t know sarcasm

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  • Laota Surfs 2 years ago

    Who killed Mary? ANSWER ME!

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  • Paul Mccarter 2 years ago

    I had no idea Richard Marx was that cool.

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  • SourDoughBill 2 years ago

    Too funny! The one exception being the nod to the shooting here in Boulder. Too soon.

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  • Jim Eagle 2 years ago

    The 2nd amendment is cool, and will stand the test of time.
    Unlike this yt channel

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  • Phil Heather 2 years ago

    Lol

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  • Stacey Modisette 2 years ago

    Tyranny take off youtube

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  • Stacey Modisette 2 years ago

    Karen at the finest stupidity

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  • Gene Madlon 2 years ago

    He always had a great sense of humor about himself and obviously he still does. Also he had some pretty good 2nd base songs back in the 80s.

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  • TheyCallMeNewb 2 years ago

    The guy really made the comedy work here. Very cool.

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  • Henry Ruddle 2 years ago

    The right doesn’t understand satire. They will think this is genuine.

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  • Max Zorin 2 years ago

    I am 60 and listen to lots of music…my question? Who the Frack is Richard Marx?

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  • Jenifer R. 2 years ago

    Bless Richard Marx for this. Great deadpan delivery, too!

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  • FAB4 2 years ago

    I’m stil into The Beatles. Who is this upstart? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ( ͡° ͜ʖ ( ͡° ͜ʖ ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ͜ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°)ʖ ͡°)

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  • Glenda Honeycutt 2 years ago

    I knew he was always packing!! Just Saying…

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  • faarsight 2 years ago

    Please stop it, I don’t even know who that guy is

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  • Luke Larsson 2 years ago

    The grocery store thing was super dark though.

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  • rich ernest 2 years ago

    Awesome water pistols.

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  • Lou Pasternak 2 years ago

    i didnt know groucho had a son still living

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  • 747Heavy Boeing 2 years ago

    Hateful tweets aren’t cool Marxist Marx.
    Has been

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  • Dispro Greavette 2 years ago

    Dear America, stop exporting the tripe you consider entertainment. Also, stop bombing countries for giggles.

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  • Kenny Karlsson 2 years ago

    What f was that. Gloryfying something that kills People every day ,much more than the Corona virus does.

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  • David 1 2 years ago

    He seems a little off.

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