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Keith Olbermann has been pissed off since he could lift the toilet seat
In spite of the author's decision to make anger the main theme of the piece, it's balanced and fairly in-depth. Yes, his well-known sins are trotted out in what seems like a never-ending parade (it's a fairly lengthy profile) and at no time is KO lit with a rose-colored filter, but this isn't a hatchet job. Though I expect there will be a faction of fans that see it as such.
this is the problem with writing so much
There's a profile of Keith Olbermann in this week's issue of New York magazine. (I was pleased I had something to read in the doctor's office this morning, that's for sure.) It's not nice, exactly, but it's not trying to cut him down or portray him as anything he hasn't already labeled himself as. It's very honest. He's very honest, I think, which makes me simultaneously pleased and embarrassed for him
Olbermann overdoes it
Count Me Blue
For the first time in memory since I became a huge fan of his show, I'm disagreeing with Keith Olbermann. We all know you hate Bill O'Lielly, Keith - your outrage and venom for him is nearly always well placed. But to honor Geraldo in any way is most definitely overdoing it.
Where's your AA sponsor, Don Imus?
MSNBC has an ethical responsibility to fire Don Imus. The only reason I even watch MSNBC is for Keith Olbermann's "Countdown," but if this station doesn't dump Imus, then I really hope Olbermann decides to jump ship. Otherwise, I'm never watching MSNBC again.
Olbermann Passes O'Reilly in Demo
The Grey Matter
Me thinks much of his [Bill O'Reilly's] discontent may have to do with shrinking ratings. In key age groups, Keith Olbermann has passed him. O'Reilly's apparent solution: behave even more insanely than usual on air.
Stop On By
The Krile Files
I've been invited by the fine folks over at OlbermannWatch to become a regular contributor. I spent some time over there last year, taking part in an online debate with some very smart people who just don't appreciate MSNBC's Keith Olbermann.