Comedian Jakey Emmert's breaking new grounds bringing diversity to his department store workplace.
I am happy to be the first openly LGBT person to work a mid-shift in my department on a Leap Day.
Standup Sam Wilbur's not having Leap Day.
Today is fucking March, I'm tired of the bull shit. #ItsMarchBitch— BrainCum (@BrainCum) February 29, 2016
Before Leap Day, Minnesota's own Andy Erickson (who rocked Last Comic Standing last year) took to Twitter to point out the Academy Awards' lack of diversity.
Unicorns are very underrepresented in Hollywood. Don't want to rock the boat, but so are squirrels.— Andy Erikson (@andyerikson) February 29, 2016
But hey, as Chad Juettner points out, a win for Leo's a win for us all, right?
Leo winning the Oscar is great. It makes me think anything is possible for handsome straight white men.— Chad Juettner (@juettner) February 29, 2016
Boy Kisses' Robert Fones ignored the awards and launched a new, tantalizing Hollywood conspiracy.
Really excited for the day we all find out Russell Brand was just a Sacha Baron Cohen character he tried out for a little too long.— Fonesy (@Robert_Fones) February 29, 2016
Awards season not your thing? You've got a friend in The Answer's John Thomas.
ROSA Open Mic's Mike Lester sums up the driving force behind every performer.
The Oscars should only have one category: Best Movie Person.— John Thomas (@CacklePunk) February 29, 2016
Anyone else's voice hoarse from 23 years of crying for help?— Mike Lester (@MikeLesterhumor) February 29, 2016
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