Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Out-of-touch Hollywood guy makes social stand

Stupid self-absorbed Hollywood liberals. What do they ever do to help society, as opposed to us "real 'Murricans with real jobs?"

Comedian Jim Gaffigan is famous for his jokes about foods like Hot Pockets, bacon and McDonald's french fries.

But on Tuesday, he and his wife, Jeannie, and their children spent the day making sure those who need food can get it by volunteering at a Milwaukee food pantry — one that is receiving some $70,000 thanks to them.

Gaffigan added an extra Friday performance to his series of New Year's Eve shows at the Pabst Theater, and is donating 100% of the ticket sales from that show to the Riverwest Food Pantry. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Gaffigan's New Year's Eve shows in Milwaukee.

"I consider Milwaukee my hometown-in-law. My wife is from Milwaukee, and I've been coming here for a long time," Gaffigan said while sorting nonperishable food. "And we've been married? 120 years now."
But I'm sure it's all for show and a cheap PR move to make themselves feel better. I'm sure the Gaffigans and their kids will return to LA and forget about the people who were helped at the food pantry.
They also talked about how much their five children have benefitted from volunteering.

"We try to make having a heart for other people a part of their lives, especially at Christmas when it becomes all about "What am I going to get? What am I going to get?," Jeannie Gaffigan said. "It's so important for children to understand that not everybody lives like this."
Sounds like Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan just did more for Milwaukeeans this week than Charlie-tan Sykes and Scott Walker have done in 20 years. Oh, but Chuckles and Scotty and the rest of the Bradley boys and WMC oligarchs are the ones who "understand Wisconsinites and care about their future." Riiiight.

By the way, apparently the charity show on Friday has sold out, as has Jim Gaffigan's other 3 shows this weekend (!), but the Journal-Sentinel says you can still donate to the Riverwest Food Pantry by texting "bacon" to 91999.

1 comment:

  1. WTG, Jim. I've never been a huge fan of his comedy, but he's always seemed like a very good and genuine human being. Thanks for the confirmation of that image.