Hey, Bros!

Welcome to Twitter in Focus, where media comes to die.  Today’s contestant is makin’ copies!  The Robster!  The Schneider Master!  Rob Schneider!


December 1st:  “”You didn’t change. It’s just that I didn’t really know you!””

And wherever you go, there you are.

December 2nd:  “Gracias, Cancun! Such a beautiful place!”

Not surprised he’s there.  That’s where I’d be if I were the world’s most famous gigolo.

December 3rd:  “My Comedy Special is available NOW ON iTunes!!!! “Soy Sauce and the Holocaust!””

I don’t think Rob is given enough credit in the comedy world.  I think he’s funny.  He was really good in that Zohan movie with Adam Sandler.

December 4th:  “Check out this FREE clip from my NEW COMEDY SPECIAL!!!


December 5th:  “The great Joe Walsh ripping it up at Adam Sandler’s Holiday Party Jam!

Whoa, that’s an expensive party.

December 6th:  “Never Forget that Ronald Reagan called a terrorist!”

It’s true.  He was on a terrorist watch list until 2008.

December 6th:  “Always a sad day when a Hezbollah Militant is taken away from us in his prime!”

Someone is still doing lines from Zohan apparently.

December 6th:  “The next time somebody tells you they’re on a “mission for nutrition” tell them you’re on “quest to punch them in the chest!””

So I heard this story about Rob that I will tell and I have it on good authority that it’s totally true.  So this person told me that Schneider showed up on the set of an Adam Sandler movie that he wasn’t in to wish Sandler a happy birthday.  So the movie security guard or whatever says that Sandler isn’t around or available, but Rob asks if he can leave something for Adam.  The security guard says, “Sure.”  So Rob goes into a bathroom and takes a shit in a zip loc bag, takes the bag, along with a birthday card and tapes it to the front door of Sandler’s trailer.

And it turned out, that Rob wasn’t in the movie, but the movie used a clip of him from another movie.  Rob had used the money to fly all the way out just to shit in a bag and leave it for Adam on his birthday.  I gotta say, that’s pretty god damned funny.

December 6th:  “Whenever I bump into a Chinese person, I always say, “I’m sorry for walking straight!””

I have no idea.

Okay, let’s rate Rob’s tweets.  Pretty genuine and a bit obtuse at times.  I give him a 7 for Style, an 8 for Mustness and a 10 for Insanity.  That’s an overall score of 8.3.  Follow Rob.

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