Maddow, Cooper Moving On
Count me among those surprised observers when, in the wake of revelations about Mitt Romney’s bullying of a gay student when both were in high school, Anderson Cooper announced plans to leave his lucrative anchor job at CNN to join Romney’s presidential campaign. Cooper’s decision was nearly as eye-opening as the announcement earlier this week by Rachel Maddow that she will be leaving her post at MSNBC to join the fact-checking gang at PolitiFact.com. Good luck to both of you!
Smart people seem to get more respect in England than they do in this country. In Britain, people turn on the telly to watch a tall, scrawny guy who is virginal, a genius in his profession, and a social misfit. This is what he looks like:
In the U.S., we turn on the telly to watch a tall, scrawny guy who is virginal, a genius in his profession, and a social misfit. This is what he looks like (on the left):
This is a picture of Howard Stern. He didn’t do anything particularly newsworthy this week, but next week Stern begins his stint as a judge on America’s Got Talent. I have a feeling he will be gracing these pages from time to time, so get used to seeing his mug.
I’ve been curious about how Fox News managed to talk liberal stalwart Bob Beckel into taking a seat at the table on The Five. Beckel is forever outnumbered and out-sniped by his four conservative co-hosts. But then I realized that someone at Fox was clever enough to ensure that Beckel is always seated right next to the “legs chair.”
The governor of my state actually thanked Snidely Whiplash, aka Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf, for blackmailing Minnesota taxpayers into building a new stadium for his team.
Wilf rhymes with MILF. But’s it’s not Zygi who’s getting screwed.
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