Thursday, April 13, 2006

Fox News

I don't have pay-TV at home so I've never had the opportunity to watch Fox News (or, Faux News as it's known amongst rational people); however I've had the opportunity to tune in over the last couple of days because my (ex) boss has the full pay-TV package.

Two things I've learned by watching Fox News:

1) It is actually worse in the watching than was revealed in the secondhand accounts that I've heard about it so far - what a bunch of slobbering, raving, in-denial coke-heads Fox staffs itself with.

2) Apparently nasty Liberals, having failed in their War Against Christmas (TM), are now beginning a war against Easter. Whether or not hot-cross buns should have the holy cross impressed upon them is an issue of national importance for these people. Wedge politics makes people lose sight of the main prize.

3) Ann Coulter has a new book coming out: "Godless Liberals"

4) If you hurl abuse (and empty water bottles) at a TV screen the TV screen will refuse to fight back. You may, however, begin to question your own sanity when you realize that you were telling that TV off for quite some time before you realized it.

(It's 3.28 AM - I'm tired, so this post may contain several errors)

2 comments:

treespotter said...

that's not fair and definitely not balanced for the tv.

i put bill o'reilly on just to vent. anger management. you'll do good after a while. try it.

Don Quixote said...

Ha, I'll give it a try. But it seems Bill raises my anger level rather than lowers it. Maybe I'll start with Hannity and Clomes and then move up to big bad Bill.