8 Responses to “What’s Hot/What’s Not: Submissions…”
NOT This has to be the car chase that happened on Friday. We all know that car chases could end badly, well any live event, but having FOX actually breach the line from mindless following to actually broadcasting someone die is just a bit unnerving. Everyone can claim innocence and that this was a fluke, but no one can deny hat this was bound to happen at some point. Maybe this’ll make networks rethink following chases of presumed criminals, but I doubt it.
Those that chose to watch such stuff bear some responsibility. I’ve never seen one end with a surprise birthday party.
Not: anyone who claim attackers with guns, grenades, mortars, and rockets are spontaneous protesters.
Hot: CNN scores ambassador’s journal from Benghazi consulate grounds.
Hot: FNC reporters had some firsts – Brett Baier confirmed there was no demonstration in Benghazi before or during attack; Catherine Herridge reporting that consulate building and grounds in Benghazi did not meet State Department’s minimum security requirements – which requires a sign-off of a higher-up in DC.
Hot: MSNBC did well a day or three in the demo.
Not: Televised car chase suicide
Not: MSNBC hosts show themselves either gullible, ignorant, or maybe just not too bright – LOD & “Stench”, Rachel Maddow & Romney’s “plane windows”, and MJ & “Chant”.
Maybe the Cylons are in charge
Not: Media Matters, a rich-people’s tax loophole, illegally working in cahoots with US DOJ.
Maybe a Not (I was only half-listening on Sirius): During a CNN story early-on in the week about a physics theory that a relatively low-energy warp drive system may be possible, did I hear Chad Meyers’s voice?
I like Al’s list.
NOT HOT – FNC didn’t use Ozzy’s ‘Suicide Solution’ music during their horrific display of ‘turning yourself off.’
HOT: Debate Spin (Romney’s already lost, BTW)
NOT: Lawrence falling for the Ryan/Stench parody.
MORE NOT: The same week, MSNBC falling for the Romney/Ryan chanting fake story.
NOT: Faces of Death: FNC edition