Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Faux News

Pointing out the fallacies of each and every 15 second Fox News clip is like sleeping. We can all do it, and it's fairly easy. I find this clip about the recent tea party protests to be especially hypocritical. O'Reilly's my favorite journalist. No surprise, right!

Incidentally, and I don't know if this is true, but I heard that Greta Van Susteren once applied for a job here at Stuffington Post. I don't know if that's true or not. Is that true, Mo? Seriously, maybe I should have checked before I wrote this, but I'll mention it anyway in a sophomoric attempt at further discrediting her credibility, and, incidentally, the credibility of Stuff Po's biggest competitor in faux news, Fox News.

Who knows! Why would I know? I am only an employee of Stuffington Post. Fuck, what's the extension to HR! I must have thrown it out with the recycling. HA! You think I recycled it? I don't recycle!

It shouldn't take more than 200 seconds to confirm that, right? I don't have that kind of time. Since I haven't done that and I have no desire to ever do that, because my end goal is neither fairness nor balance, I don't know if that's true or not.

How 'bout an example of O'Reilly's treatment of his guests?

And, how might O'Reilly engage a protester?

More O'Reilly professionalism? Okay!

1 comment:

  1. Guessing you had to watch an awful lot of Fox News to put that together. Coupled with your recent reflections upon hatred, you must be in a dark place indeed. If you have any Peeps left over from your Easter basket, now might be a good time to set them free from their plastic shrines for a few rounds of Peep micro-wars. For the sake of your mental health, I mean.


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