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A piece of my mind
I'm sitting on Woody's couch watching some whore of an intern trying to fill in for Keith Olbermann, and failing miserably. But that's beside the point.
The adventures of Princess Megling...
Crap! No Keith tonight. And when I heard a girl's voice, I thought it might be Allison Stewart. She has subbed a million times. I recognized her from somewhere- but I wasn't interested. Lately though, I've been seeing her on 'The Green.' So my ears kind of perked up. But it's not. This Allison Notivotny (sp?) chick looks A LOT like Christy Harvey.
It's the Patriarchy!!!
In email this week, my mom posed the question, who are your living heroes? Here was my response: media figures Michael Moore and Keith Olbermann.
Fort Dix Six: Keith Olbermann, Kos, Left Work to Change Image
In his "style" of continuing to play down any and all Islamist threats, we have MSNBC's Uber-leftist Keith Olbermann telling his handful of viewers on the same day the on-our-soil Islamists were arrested: "The FBI arrested six morons." As other leftists, Olbermann seems genuinely angry that the would-be terrorism plotters did not accomplish their goal.
Today's starter, Keith Olbermann
The injury bug has spread from the Yankees' clubhouse to the press box. Keith Olbermann, host of MSNBC's "Countdown with Keith Olbermann," reported to last night's game on crutches. He is battling a stress fracture in his right foot. "I'm ready to pitch for the Yankees," Olbermann joked.
Email to MSNBC
My mother has watched [Imus] on MSNBC since it was first put on the network. Because of this, we were introduced to other programs that we came to love and watch regularly, specifically Countdown. Much like Imus' program, we found that Olbermann's program was unlike any other on television today...She is especially upset by Keith Olbermann's lack of support in this matter. They obviously host two very different programs, but it is because of each host's choices to say things that everyone doesn't always what to hear that makes both programs so entertaining. This is why I am so upset that Keith Olbermann did not support a man on his network who truly made an impact on broadcast journalism.