Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Tuesday Night News & Notes

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Here's what's going on in this crazy-ass world:

-Comcast gains approval to buy NBC. If I were Brian Roberts, I would improve the worth of the company on the first day by firing the entire on-air staff at MSNBC.

-Chris Christie: “I am not arrogant enough to believe that after one year as governor … that I am ready to be president of the United States.” Hell, this is the USA post-Obama. He won with a resume that was so thin I wouldn't have hired him to clean my bathrooms so have at it Guv.

-College students are fun. They may have misguided views on many issues but they are creative to say the least. This kid seems to have his priorities well in order.

-Speaking of college; it seems all that money doesn't really add up to someone being smarter.

-Canada looks to ban Dire Straits' classic money For Nothing because Mark Knopfler dared to use the word "faggot" not once but three times! The song has been out for 25-years so it's good to know our neighbors to the north are on their toes. Here's the video just to show that yes, we still can get by someone saying the dreaded f-word (don't miss this comment).

-Reason TV has the various vile left-wing reactions in the immediate aftermath of the Rep. Giffords shooting. It's even worse when looked at all together:

1 comment:

otis.opse said...

Is it a coincidence that Comcast is now the majority shareholder of NBC and "The World Person in the World" has had his contract terminated. Just wondering...