Jun 11, 2021
Trevor Noah Airs Shocking Montage of Unruly Americans Post Lockdown: People are Turning Airplanes into Rage Rooms
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While Trevor Noah celebrated the success of the United States vaccine campaign, he could not help but point to those who “aren’t quite ready to be part of society again.”
On Thursday’s Daily Show, Noah aired several clips of unruly Americans at sporting events, on airplanes, and in stores — highlighting that people are acting up as they re-enter society post-lockdown.
“Unfortunately, a lot of fans seem to have forgotten that they’re only paying to watch the athletes, not to commit their own personal fouls,” Noah cracked about the return of live sports.
The host aired a montage of courtside brawls and incidents, including an NBA fan getting tackled by security, Russell Westbrook getting popcorn dumped on him, Trae Young getting spit on in New York, and Kyrie Irving getting a water bottle thrown at him in Boston.
“God damn! Sports fans are going crazy,” Noah said before taking a swipe at “that crazy fan” Logan Paul for getting into a fight with Floyd Mayweather.
The host went on to point to other violent incidents across the country, as Americans have been engaging in fights at the mall and in stores — also adding, “some of the biggest failures at returning to society are happening on airplanes.”
Noah later aired several clips of airplane feuds before promoting fake airline “Throwdown Air” — for people who want to take out their “pent up pandemic aggression on customer service employees.”
Watch above, via YouTube.
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Vladimir Guerroro Jr shows shocking restraint on worst strike call youve ever seen (Video)
Vladdy, you have more patience than the rest of us. Against Matt Harvey and the Baltimore Orioles, Guerrero, Jr. was victimized by an awful call.
He must know Vlad, Sr. is watching. It’s the only explanation.
Matt Harvey dialed up a 3-2 fastball on what he hoped was the outside corner of the plate. Well, Harvey got his wish, as the plate was extended by a full foot outside. Such a terrible display of officiating robbed the Blue Jays of a base-runner, and the viewer a chance to see more of Guerrero, Jr. that inning.
Bad calls like the one above are hurting baseball, and the primary reason why MLB is testing an electronic strike zone in the Atlantic League and elsewhere. Today’s stars deserve better, and so does the league office.Toronto Blue Jays: Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. shows amazing restraint
Guerrero, Jr. isn’t necessarily a boisterous person, so it makes sense he’d just head back to the dugout without voicing his displeasure. Yet…come on.
Incredibly enough, though, the game continued as planned. Guerrero said nothing. Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo said nothing. I am apparently the only one fed up enough to mention it in the first place.
Being a professional, major-league umpire is hard. I acknowledge this. But in what world is that a strike?
We expect better. We need better. Not everyone can be Angel Hernandez-level bad.Next: Blue Jays just secured an impossible come from behind win