19 things that lasted longer than Anthony Scaramucci’s White House job

Show Full Article For better or worse, the Mooch’s brief time in our lives didn’t even outlast:

Josh Hartnett’s vow of sexual abstinence in 40 Days and 40 Nights
The Cuban Missile Crisis
Sandra Bullock’s two weeks of notice in the 2002 romantic comedy Two Weeks Notice
The lifespan of a monarch butterfly 🙁
A binge of all 15 seasons of ER
The world record for the longest-ever game of ice hockey
The presidency of William Henry Harrison
Most milks
Kathie Lee Gifford’s critically panned Broadway musical   Scandalous: The Life and Trials of Aimee Semple McPherson
The number of days it took Reese Witherspoon to find herself and reconnect with the spirit of her late mother Laura Dern in Wild
FXX’s “Every Simpsons Ever” marathon
Buckbeak’s 47-day death sentence in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban  
The average time a person spends kissing in their lifetime
Ivy’s first run as Marilyn Monroe in   Bombshell
The Twitter campaign when that guy got free Wendy’s nuggets for a year
The number of weeks five-time Radio Disney Music Award nominee Katy Perry’s “Bon Appetit” spent on the Billboard 100
Bachelor contestant Jason Mesnick’s six-week relationship with Melissa Rycroft
All eight seasons of 24 + 24: Live Another Day + 24: Legacy + the two-hour movie 24: Redemption
The show   Bones, which ran for 11 and a half years on Fox despite being a show about bones where a different bone of the week gave clues to a woman named Bones about a bone-related crime. After just 10 days in the White House, nascent communications director Anthony Scaramucci has gone the way of…well, a lot of people who populate the growing list of Trump administrators who have been fired, resigned, or some combination of both. The intrigue of Scaramucci’s tenure, even more than its MPAA rating for language and suggestive content not suitable for children under 13, is its brevity: ‘The Mooch’ stuck around the political zeitgeist for a whopping 240 hours, give or take. In any normal job interview, that’s one hell of an employment smudge to explain away; in pop culture, such a stint could go either way.