Okay, so in upcoming Michael Wolff biography of Rupert Murdoch, “The Man Who Owns The News,” we discover that the Fox Corp head honcho “despises” Bill O’Reilly. Wolff also brings up the fact that FN’s chief executive, Roger Ailes “loathes” the No-spinster.
Big deal. Bosses are supposed to hate their employees. It’s in the blood; part of what drive them. You hate your boss, you don’t think they hate you? It’s as natural as Brit Hume’s furled brow.
Geex Louise. It’s been bad enough that liberal hosts (both of them) have had it in for O’Reilly, but when the gentile, right wing talker, Mark Levin said that Bill was, among other things…”A moron,” “A phoney journalist, “A non-Factor who Read more
Caution: Philly references amundo
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER
Thursday November 27, 2008
It’s Turkey Time Year Round
by Steve Young
Turkey - 1. large birds in the genus Meleagris native to North America. 2. a useless thing, unwise purchase, a box office bomb in entertainment, or a foolish person and their despicable behavior.
Here are just some of 2008’s best turkeys.
Donovan McNabb - The Bird’s quarterback who spent so much time throwing the ball into the ground or the stomach of the opposing team, he never had a chance to read the NFL’s rule book.
Andy Reid - For his inability to place his players in a better position to win during a game or actually answer any question after the game about
why he hadn’t.
13-13 Tie In Cincinnati - See above.
Wall Street - Turned its financial gambling parlor into a stacked game of Russian roulette with every chamber full.
Milton Street - Just “Milton Street.”
Federal Government - As part of the president’s economic stimulus package, they spent $42 million to send out letters telling us that in May we’d get another letter with a $600 check in Read more
pa·thet·ic [puh-thet-ik] 1. causing or evoking pity, sympathetic sadness, sorrow, etc.; pitiful; pitiable: a pathetic letter; a pathetic sight. affecting or moving the feelings.3.pertaining to or caused by the feelings.4.miserably or contemptibly inadequate: In return for our investment we get a pathetic three percent interest. 5. Dick Morris
In what Merriam-Webster editors are attributing to the voluminous usage, or citations, the forthcoming 2009 edition of the world-famous dictionary has added political pundit Dick Morris’s picture and name as one of the possible definitions for the word “pathetic.”
“We had seriously thought that we’d be adding it to the definition of “fallacious” or “wrong” as in the sentence, ‘Dick Morris is always wrong,’” said Webster’s Read more
The Obama transition team has indicated the possibility of a dramatic, yet witty change from the status quo. There is serious talk of developing a Department of Satire to meant to deal with the growing amount of absurdities that affect the world today.
“It’s an obvious move that’s time has come,” said National Lampoon creative director, Scott Rubin. “Different from the previous administration, if this one is going to be a laughing-stock they want to do it on purpose. The economy has been a joke. So has the response to it. The housing market, Wall Street, terrorism. They could all use some lightning up. Just handling Vice President Biden’s gaffes Read more