Clint Eastwood Gives Bizarre Speech

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Clint Eastwood Gives Bizarre Speech

Speaking nearly 12 minutes instead of his allotted five, Oscar-winning director and actor Clint Eastwood, 82, delivered unusual, rambling remarks at the Republican National Convention in which he pretended to talk with an invisible President Obama seated in an empty chair on stage. What do you think?

  • “I thought the chair did pretty good.”

    Kathleen Tinkley
    Systems Analyst
  • “When did the RNC start allowing old rich white guys to ramble nonsense on stage?”

    Gerald Moskowitz
    Grinding Wheel Inspector
  • “I bet the empty chair bit went over better when he was practicing it alone in his hotel room.”

    Marshall Wattles
    Acrobatic Rigger