Kimmel Pokes Fun at SoCal 'Cold' Snap

Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel asks the nation to pray for "freezing" Southern Californians.

Are Southern Californians weather wimps? Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel seems to think so in this clip from a recent monologue.

Lil Marty January 14, 2013 at 07:02 PM
I'm asking the nation to pray for Jimmy Kimmel. He's just not funny anymore!
Homer January 14, 2013 at 07:03 PM
Jimmy Kimmel has become a very skilled comedian. I agree with his sentiments.
JustUs January 14, 2013 at 07:18 PM
Lil Marty, I disagree with ya, little guy. Before I retire for the evening I would not even bother turning on (in a figurative sense, of course) Leno or Letterman. Both are so plastic and phony. Kimmel is always my choice. And if for some reason my mommy allows me to stay up REAL late I will watch Craig Ferguson. But Kimmel seems somewhat real to me. That's why I like him. Although he is a product of Hollywood and therefore is forced to lean to the left - Kimmel will normally bash the GOP. But every so often he gets some real good zingers in on Obama. Not nearly enough. But enough to make him appear REAL to me. You must have caught Kimmel on a bad night, Lil Party. All we are saying is give Kimmel a chance! :^)
Lil Marty January 15, 2013 at 04:07 AM
Hey Just Us, I think you meant to say you get turned on watching Jimmy Kimmel! And be careful calling me little cause you have not seen ALL of me! Lil Marty with a new heart Leisure World
JustUs January 15, 2013 at 04:24 AM
No, both my oars are in the water, Marty. You must have me mixed up with one of your homies. Jimmy's just good for a laugh. I think his friend Guillermo is sort of cute tho. Re: your size, I'll pass. You in the movies? I bet those widows at LW can't keep their hands off ya! hah.
MFriedrich January 15, 2013 at 09:16 PM
Kimmel is right. Native-born Southern Californians have no perspective when they say "Ahhh,it's so cold!". It's 34 degrees F in Milwaukee this week and 15 to 19 degrees F at night. Try 50 below with wind chill factor in Duluth, Minnesota sometime. I've seen a girl's hair freeze and break off in such cold. Horrific.
OC Mom January 15, 2013 at 10:42 PM
This must be the Global Warming they keep trying to convince us of. Don't fall for it folks. It's just another excuse to tax us for our carbon emmissions. Hippocrite Gore just sold Current TV to Al Jazzera. He's as rich or richer than Romney now!
Shripathi Kamath January 15, 2013 at 11:42 PM
Yes, the existence of winter disproves global warming. At least as long you just...melt. "Hippocrite Gore just sold Current TV to Al Jazzera" Because he said that he will not sell Current TV to anyone, and complained about it when Romney sold his bike in San Diego. Or something. Birth certificate?
MFriedrich January 16, 2013 at 02:03 AM
C'mon man. Of course! A late night comedian makes fun of OC news media reports about so called "cold weather" in southern CA, and the LF Patch blog entry reporting it turns political. It's only a matter of time. Going forward all future LF Patch blog entries now require someone to start a tangent countdown like so: "The comments to this entry will turn political tangent in 3, 2, 1...." It's now obligatory, because by now we all know how these things end. As if it's perfectly sane to run everything Jimmy Kimmel happens to say on TV through a critical political prism and then write it down in the comments section. Next week, a turkey sandwich lunch special at Bagel's & Brew in Lake Forest somehow recalls us all of Eric Holder's conspiratorial involvement in the "Fast & Furious" operation in northern Mexico.
JustUs January 16, 2013 at 02:44 AM
The fact that Eric Holder was neck deep in "Fast and Furious" is no conspiracy theory. It is a proven fact. The emails and memos to his office proved that. A nation does not send 2500 assault weapons across international borders to drug cartels without the President, the Secretary of State, the Attorney General and the Director of Homeland Security knowing about it. Trust me. And the fact that no one was prosecuted or punished (only played musical chairs into other Federal jobs at the same pay or more) shows it was all covered up. If they prosecuted someone the truth would come out. So to claim it was a conspiracy is conspiratorial in itself. Again, you are disputing FACTS. And that's a futile action.
MFriedrich January 16, 2013 at 03:48 AM
I rest my case.
MFriedrich January 16, 2013 at 03:50 AM
JustUs, Facetiousness, sarcasm and irony. Look them up.


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