Pat Sajak Is Not Who We Thought He Was
Pat Sajak, the decades-long host of Wheel of Fortune, dropped a bomb on Twitter today that may make you question everything you hold to be a universal truth.
To clarify: I do not host a game show. It's a program that features a risk/reward system to identify words & phrases.— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) February 4, 2015
This information comes to us despite the fact that Sajak’s own Twitter profile describes him as a “Game show host, icon, sexagenarian,” which I imagine is the description no matter what his age may be. So why the change of heart? And will other
game show hosts persons with risky/rewardy shows based around identifying various things also come forward against this apparently derogative term?
While we’re on the subject of Pat Sajak saying things I don’t understand, his Twitter account is worth a romp. He’s got a lot of things to say about pretty much everything. Like sports:
Report: Super Bowl coaches refuse to name opponents. Referring to them only as "other sports teams."— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) February 1, 2015
More drizzle in LA this morning. Spritzageddon!— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) January 30, 2015
Especially the weather.
I now believe global warming alarmists are unpatriotic racists knowingly misleading for their own ends. Good night.— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) May 20, 2014
When a politician begins a sentence with, "What the American people want…," it's time to change the channel.— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) January 29, 2015
And despite the title change, he takes his job VERY seriously.
Decided to get tough. Woman in mall asked if she could buy a vowel, so I gave her an "E" and I'm suing her for $250.— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) January 10, 2015
He’s basically Ron Swanson, but with a little bit of Andy Dwyer mixed in.
I think of myself as a man's man. I like my Scotch neat, my steaks rare and my Pop-Tarts untoasted.— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) January 28, 2015
Stay cool, Pat Sajak.
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