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Stephen Colbert and guest Wanda Sykes on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert;
Wanda Sykes talked
to Stephen Colbert
about her wife Alex,
their children, and her Netflix special Not Normal
Snapchat;
Snapchat should be fix now
Snapchat Down;
Snapchat users tweeted out
jokes about the app being down






The Late Show with Stephen Colbert special segment MEANWHILE

LSSC Screenshot YouTube 



Nasty is the best way to describe
all that was talked about during
LSSC's segment of MEANWHILE
by Nathan'ette Burdine: March 20, 2019
 


Nasty is the best way to describe all that was talked about during The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s (LSSC) segment, "MEANWHILE".

During a town hall meeting with a group of Detroit voters, Democratic Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke took a squat on a counter where folks place their food.

NASA had to let the astronauts know that a person is never really cured of the herpes virus and space provides the perfect space for the herpes virus to awake. Space herpes, it’s a thing.

Another thing is pigeons gathering data while letting out their data. Oh, yeah, speaking of bird news. Over there in Kailua, Hawaii, some geese were kicked off of Enchanted Lake because they were keeping up all kinds of ruckus and noise that was working the nerves of the human population in the area.

The geese worked the humans’ nerves so that they called in an exterminator to exterminate the geese.

Luckily for the noisy birds, enough good humans intervene to make sure that their geese tickets weren’t punched too soon.

In other human, animal news, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had to tell folks it’s best not to kiss and snuggle their hedgehogs because the animal could give them Salmonella. Mm-hmm, that’s what the CDC had to tell 10 human beings.

Meanwhile, J.K. Rowling has Dumbledore and Grindelwald doing it.








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