'Bout time. Woulda been nice if MK had been aware of this gaff on its own, and taken action before the public outcry arose. But better late than never.<br><br>Regarding Walsh, he probably wasn't choice No. 1 because he would be the embarrassingly predictable selection. But at least we know where his message comes from (where only NotReally's proctologist knows where the thoughts originate).<br><br>
Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Why do we (as a society) even pay attention to these types of hateful people? To think that some people actually believe the zune that flows from o'zuney's mouth (or where ever it's flowing from), is simply beyond comprehension! He has the protected right to say what he says, but we have the protected right to not blindly believe any of it (or even listen to it).<br><br>
It's too much free time and too much otherwise free [of zune] air time. Back in the late 60s, when I was living in the harrisburg area and had cable for the first time (I forget how many channels . . . maybe a dozen or two?) this crap had already started. There was some dude whose last name was Pyle . . . not Gomer . . . who had a show just like these crap confrontation shows. I remember seeing a couple of them and wondering what the heck it all meant. Same thing nowadays, I think.<br><br>
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True, but ~ I will tune in Monday to see what kind of "no spin" he puts on gettin' dumped. Yes, OReilly does comedy occasionally. He doesn't mean to, but . . . <br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:blue] Talk about things and nobody cares . . .</font color=blue>
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
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