Free for All: 01/13/14

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  1. As someone who had lamented RELIABLE SOUCES not being repeated by CNN just last week, I now concede Jeff Zucker’s wisdom.

  2. Worthy of a second Gabriel Sherman book? It is rumored when Roger Ailes wasn’t threatening murder, he was sabotaging the Obama’s marriage.
    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/rumours-of-marriage-problems-threaten-to-overshadow-michelle-obamas-50th-birthday/story-fnb64oi6-1226800021887#

  3. This is interesting MSNBC has news anchor Craig Melvin on at 12pm doing a news hour.
    I thought 12pm was going to be rotating opinion hosts.
    Was he on at 11am to?

  4. The Weather Channel who airs taped programming 2pm-5pm and 8pm-4am weekdays and 2pm to 4:30am weekends is now trolling FB bashing Weather Nation for being on tape,

  5. icemannyr Says:

    Do we really want everyone armed?

    A man is dead and a woman wounded following a shooting Monday afternoon at the Grove 16 movie theater in Wesley Chapel, Fla.

    “The victim was on his cellphone, he was texting. We believe he was making some kind of noise. This noise led to an altercation,” Mr. Nocco said. “During that altercation, the suspect decided to pull out a .380 and he shoots the victim.”

    The victims — a husband and wife, according to the Tampa Tribune — were flown to a Tampa-area hospital. The woman suffered non-life-threatening injuries, according to the sheriff’s office.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jan/13/two-injured-florida-movie-theater-shooting-police/#ixzz2qJX3A5K8

  6. “Do we really want everyone armed?”

    As much as we want everyone to vote, ICE.

  7. http://www.mediaite.com/tv/all-in-goes-all-in-on-chris-christie-chris-hayes-to-host-11pm-bridgegate-special/

    Asshat liberals going to generate so much sympathy for Christie, he actually just may get the Presidential Nomination.

  8. icemannyr Says:

    MSNBC’s all in on bridge gate and soon to be this,
    http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2014/01/chris_christie_facing_federal_investigation_over_use_of_sandy_funds.html
    is no different than FNC’s all in on Obamcare.

  9. If MSNBC sticks to facts about the Christie story, then it’s not the same as FNC and ACA. Fox has purposely avoided certain parts of the ACA story, and presented “regular folks hurt by Obamacare” who weren’t actually affected by it.

    NOW with Alex Wagner dropped the panel format for the switch to 4pm. It’s the same host-plus-interviews style as most cable opinion shows.

  10. Thomas Roberts debuted as the new host of “Way Too Early” this morning. Best thing it is way too early.

  11. The third season of The Newsroom will be the last… in spite of strong ratings.

  12. icemannyr Says:

    Alex is also using the same small studio the old 4pm show used.
    They should at least let her use the Early Today studio.

  13. savefarris Says:

    Compared to ‘Girls’, everything has “strong ratings”.

    Boardwalk Empire’s last season overlapped Newsroom and it’s leaving too despite getting better ratings than Newsroom.

    HBO and Sorkin was always a bad fit. When Sorkin has a co-collaborator with a strong voice (Rob Reiner, John Wells, David Fincher) he is one of TV, if not Hollywood’s, best. But HBO’s hands-off policy meant there was no one in Sorkin’s ear saying “You know, believable characters and realistic motivations might be a good addition to this scene…”

  14. savefarris Says:

    Do we really want everyone armed?

    What a reasonable and reasoned request. Obviously, we need to put someone in charge who can decide who gets armed and who doesn’t.

    I nominate Lois Lerner…

  15. But HBO’s hands-off policy meant there was no one in Sorkin’s ear saying “You know, believable characters and realistic motivations might be a good addition to this scene…”

    “Making all of the women ridiculously attractive, yet inexplicably panicky and besotted with dubious men..maybe isn’t such a brilliant move, either…”

  16. An article written by someone. It’s about FNC, and it’s good. Enjoy, people who enjoy things.

    http://tinyurl.com/ns2w7g8

  17. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    “Making all of the women ridiculously attractive, yet inexplicably panicky and besotted with dubious men..maybe isn’t such a brilliant move, either…”

    Sounds like me and all of my male relatives. We all married far above our stations.

  18. The guy who did the shooting in Florida was a retired police officer.

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/13/justice/florida-movie-theater-shooting/

  19. In case you missed Ronan Farrow proving he is not one to be trifled with last night.

    Ronan Farrow ‏@RonanFarrow
    Missed the Woody Allen tribute – did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall?

  20. Congrats to Maddow:
    http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2014/01/13/the-rachel-maddow-show-ranks-1-in-key-25-54-demo-for-week-of-january-6/228964/

    Fortunately Christie has plenty of fat to keep boiling away as that seems a good ratings recipe.

  21. “The guy who did the shooting in Florida was a retired police officer”
    Lois Lerner would definitely keep guns away from those people.

  22. “The third season of The Newsroom will be the last… in spite of strong ratings.”

    The only better news would be finding they all get killed by the TRUE BLOOD characters in the final episode.

  23. savefarris Says:

    Re: Maddow’s Demo win

    And now we know why Chris Hayes has a special tonight.

  24. IF MSNBC ever finds out Midget Tossing gets good ratings, Lockup might be finished.

  25. savefarris Says:

    Corey Booker: “Math is hard!”

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/346432.php

  26. Wow. Every single story so far on Hardball has been about Christie. Funny.

  27. savefarris Says:

    Matthews trying to steal Hayes’s thunder? Or is this just Maddow (as head of MSNBC programming🙂 flooding the zone?

  28. Conservatives complaining that a cable news channel keeps covering the same story. This amuses me greatly.

  29. savefarris Says:

    Conservatives complaining that a cable news channel keeps covering the same story.

    Even during the height of ice telling us “FNC is doing nothing but Obamacare”, there was still time for White Santa and the Knockout game. As Lonestar (and Hayes’s twitter feed) point out, EVERY SINGLE STORY is Bridgegate. Not even a “Tea Party Racism” or “Another senseless gun death” story mixed in.

    This is what a political operation does. And that what makes MSNBC different than FNC.

  30. now don’t criticize ICE. His classic liberal anti-gun knee jerk reaction was a priceless gift.

  31. AJA should go BRIDGE-GATE 7×24 to pick up a few liberal viewers. Wouldn’t hurt.

  32. Chris Hayes is doing a special about poverty right now.

  33. Reporting today actual good is coming out of a reality TV show. Teenage pregnancies have declined with the popularity of 16 AND PREGNANT. One would hope for a spinoff 16 AND LIBERAL.

  34. I’m not complaining. I find it funny that, in their world, the only news that matters involves a bridge. Talk about the bridge 24 hours a day for all I care. For one, I’m not sure how I feel about Chris Christie. And for two, I sure as hell don’t give a shiite about a bridge in New Jersey. Close it. Open it. March on it. Roller skate on it. Sleep on it. Jump off it. Don’t care.

  35. icemannyr Says:

    Megyn doing her theatrics tonight for the first segment complete with the angry voice and the head shake of disapproval.
    And there’s a bonus a whine because Christ Christie is still a news story.

  36. icemannyr Says:

    That’s Chris Christie.😛

  37. And for two, I sure as hell don’t give a shiite about a bridge in New Jersey. Close it. Open it. March on it. Roller skate on it. Sleep on it. Jump off it. Don’t care.

    As a conservative, you kinda should. This rank abuse of government power put lives in danger, and last I checked this was a thing righties would normally be a little peeved about. And as a friend of mine said, this fellow could become the dude running ACA.

    This is a real story because the Republican frontrunner for the 2016 presidential nomination appears to have a problem with power.

  38. Better Christie flame out now than during 2015-2016 if there is a real reason he should. Perhaps a blessing in disguise.

  39. icemannyr Says:

    FNC and MSNBC are talking about Christie.
    CNN is talking to Charles Smith via phone about the North Korea visit.
    AJA is talking about the U.S. and Iran nuke deal.

  40. watch the hell is wrong with AJA and CNN, this bridge stuff is gold! Stupid CBS EVENING NEWS only had a short Christie piece in the middle of the show. Their money is on AROD.

  41. imnotblue Says:

    Are we really comparing a gigantic new federal program/entitlement that has been proven to be a mess for any number of reasons… to closing a few lanes on the GW Bridge, and creating a traffic jam?

    I live in Manhattan. I (thankfully) don’t have to that the GWB anymore, but used to.

    To compare the two, you’d have to be horribly dishonest or blindly partisan. Or in MSNBC’s case… both.

  42. icemannyr Says:

    MSNBC promoting live coverage of the NJ Governor’s State of The State address at 3pm Tuesday.😛
    Why would anyone be surprised that MSNBC is over covering the GWB scandal?
    I’m not surprised that FNC is over covering Obamacare.
    Both networks are playing to their base audience.

  43. To compare the two, you’d have to be horribly dishonest or blindly partisan.

    No, we’re not. We’re saying the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody. THAT. Is a STORY.

  44. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    No, we’re not. We’re saying the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody. THAT. Is a STORY.</em.

    I agree. The jug-eared ass in the White House is petty enough to pull a stunt like this. Him and Christie have a lot in common.

  45. savefarris Says:

    Liberals complaining about rank abuses of governmental power. This would amuse me greatly if it weren’t so dangerous.

  46. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    You’re right. Christie should have audited those paramedics.

  47. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    You’re right. Christie should have stuck those paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was low on campaign cash and needed to get to a fundraiser.

  48. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    You’re right. Christie should have drone-struck them without due process. Or at the very least tapped their phones.

  49. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    You’re right. Christie should have just gone ahead and appointed Steve Lonegan to the rest of Lautenberg’s term instead of holding a special election.

  50. MSNBC doesn’t give a damn about abuse of political power, they blew off IRS abuses with barely a glance. No it’s just an excuse to go after a Republican. I’ts funny watching them pretend they are noble: transparent as glass. Dishonest in motive.

  51. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    You’re right. If you’re mad at somebody and want them to suffer, you shut down previously unguarded World War II memorials.

  52. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    To be fair, those paramedics might have been on their way to help some women-hating nuns. And who on earth thinks we should help nuns? “F%$k ’em!”, amiright?

  53. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    At least the paramedic didn’t send an email 6 months earlier asking to get their siren fixed for just this situation only to be told “You’re on your own, probie!”

  54. ^ Dude, get a grip. Megyn only got beat in the demo one week.

  55. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    I like the drone idea, Farris. That’s how Barack “F**k due process” Obama would handle it.

  56. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    You’re right. Delaying things without the proper authorization is wrong. There was a mandate to have those lanes open and that’s not something that can be pushed aside at the whim of the Executive.

  57. TrevortonG16 “”TWC is gone from DirecTV as of 11:00 PM CT. It switched to WeatherNation.”

  58. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    Too bad the paramedic was “acting stupidly.”

  59. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    You’re right. Christie should have invited the paramedics to his ‘State of the State’ address and then publicly berated them during the middle of the speech.

  60. Farris. What are you drinking?

  61. O’Reilly continues his “War on weed” and yells at the nice lady guest.
    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/i-just-freaking-answered-it-mary-katharine-ham-clashes-with-oreilly-again-over-pot/

  62. savefarris Says:

    the biggest new star in politics since Barack Obama may be complicit in his office sticking paramedics in a massive traffic jam because he was mad at somebody.

    To be fair, the previous administration undertook traffic studies too. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/19/nyregion/19corzine.html?_r=0

  63. To be fair, you’ve used the same quote to troll me 11 times. So far. Me-thinks you’re freaking out.

  64. savefarris Says:

    All of the “rank abuses” I mentioned are infinitely more dangerous and more troubling than Christie’s alleged lane closures. And yet you and your fellow travelers in the MSM have either ignored them or dismissed them out of hand.

    I know you didn’t vote for Obama in ’12. But by trying to keep the Christie story alive and the focus away from the man actually in the Oval currently, you’re certainly doing his bidding.

  65. savefarris Says:

    The funny thing is: I don’t even like Christie all that much. (Jindal 16, Baby!!!) But you’d have to be blind not to see how the media is going throw their “Let’s tear down the Republican” checklist line by line.

  66. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    O’Reilly continues his “War on weed” and yells at the nice lady guest.
    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/i-just-freaking-answered-it-mary-katharine-ham-clashes-with-oreilly-again-over-pot/

    Mabye O’Reilly was smoking crack. Or meth. Either one is said to make people a bit combative. Or…He’s simply an a**hole who loses his temper with anyone who disagrees with him.

  67. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    DITTOS!!!!

  68. I’m trying to keep the story alive? Bro, I’m trying to talk about cable news. You are having yourself a little heart attack. Take it easy!

  69. savefarris Says:

    Mark Udall (D-Col) just got caught instructing his state’s HHS to falsify public records.

    http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_24886370/state-senator-asks-probe-claims-udalls-office-bullied?source=rss

    Is that a big enough scandal for you? Is that a “rank abuse of power”?

  70. savefarris Says:

    … or WaPo. Or the USA Today. http://www.usatoday.com/search/mark%20udall/

  71. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    The funny thing is: I don’t even like Christie all that much. (Jindal 16, Baby!!!) But you’d have to be blind not to see how the media is going throw their “Let’s tear down the Republican” checklist line by line.

    I don’t like him, either. However, we are seeing the typical Democrat smear campaign. And, of course, their media arm, MSNBC, is right there to be at the forefront of the campaign.

  72. savefarris Says:

    Honestly joe, which is worse? Blocking a few lanes of traffic for a couple of hours or what amounts to suborning perjury (demanding state officials falsify public documents)? I’d really like to know.

  73. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Mark Udall (D-Col) just got caught instructing his state’s HHS to falsify public records.

    http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_24886370/state-senator-asks-probe-claims-udalls-office-bullied?source=rss

    Is that a big enough scandal for you? Is that a “rank abuse of power”?

    Since Udall is a Democrat, all felonies will be ignored or excused by those that deem themselves our betters.

  74. Microscopically selective outrage doesn’t earn a network a spot on the moral high ground. It’s just politics.

  75. savefarris Says:

    And, of course, their media arm, MSNBC, is right there to be at the forefront of the campaign.

    It’s not just MSNBC. At least they (sort of) own up to their leanings. Its the rest of the “nonpartisan” media who so obviously are. As evidence by the two stories and how their covering them. Or in the case of Udall, covering them up.

  76. savefarris Says:

    … and now the HTML errors start. Bedtime!

  77. Honestly, Farris, Fox News has spearheaded a campaign to deflect from the Christie story by drawing your eyes back over to something else a Democrat did. It’s a campaign tactic, and you’re playing along.

    Chris Christie’s office didn’t just “block a couple lanes”. They put lives in danger for a political payback. That’s serious business.

  78. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Fox News has spearheaded a campaign to deflect from the Christie story by drawing your eyes back over to something else a Democrat did. It’s a campaign tactic, and you’re playing along.

    On the other hand, it just could be that the Christie story is being used to deflect attention away from the corruption of Obama and Friends.

  79. How many presidents have sent boys to war, and then turned his back on selling that war to the public? There’s a bridge of leadership with all lanes closed.

  80. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    How many presidents have sent boys to war, and then turned his back on selling that war to the public? There’s a bridge of leadership with all lanes closed.

    Well, he did say that when the going got tough, who he’d side with. And it wasn’t those fighting and dying for him.

  81. If the president was a Republican and the NJ governor was a democrat the conservative media would complain the GWB story was not being covered enough by the MSM.

    FNC just needs to do their job, report the news and stop complaining about what the other media channels cover and how much they cover it.

  82. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    If the president was a Republican

    The country wouldn’t be facing the mess it is today.

  83. Ice, you might enjoy this..I posted it last Thursday at Johnny Dollar’s Place just as the spin operation was starting at FNC:

    Boy, that Kelly File segment was strange. She introduced the topic with “some will try to use this against Christie” (paraphrasing), then later when she finally got the EMS part of the story in she presented THAT as something Democrats will try to use against him in ’16. THEN she brought up Benghazi as an equivalence to a potential candidate (Clinton) who supposedly has a death on their record. THEN she compared Christie’s denial of knowledge of the scandal to “Obama’s scandals”. That’s a WHOLE LOTTA unnecessary hyperbole and anti-liberal/Clinton/Obama campaignspeak, in my opinion.

    What most fascinates me with Megyn Kelly isn’t that she plays this little game, but that she’s so GOOD at it. The story is that a Mayor didn’t endorse a Governor for re-election (in a slamdunk election); someone got half his bridge shut down for a week during the first week of school; emergency services were delayed because of it; and the trail goes straight back to the Governor’s office, with said Governor claiming he didn’t know and heads will roll. Which is a pretty darn good story all by itself, if you ask me.

    But that’s not what Megyn ran with. She built a story AROUND the story, which posited the Governor as in danger of his little scandal being used against him by The Bad Evil Democrats, then tossed in examples of The Bad Evil Things THEY’VE Done as if it related to the story. And she’s so SMOOTH at it. She tosses this stuff in so matter-of-factly – “of course this is the logical thing to introduce here” – that your brain almost accepts it as delivered if you don’t stop to ask yourself if it actually makes any sense. I don’t like the game Megyn Kelly is playing here, but it’s hard not to admire the chutzpah and TALENT.

  84. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Say it aint so, Joe (Scarborough)
    http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/13/msnbcs-joe-scarborough-is-he-violating-a-network-rule/?dtoc

    Question from the article: “Is any of this unethical?” To quote Michael Keaton’s character in Gung Ho, “Is a frog’s a** watertight?”

  85. – Scarborough –

    Nobody does that many paid speeches for charity. And what the hell is Mika doing there? The transformation in that woman over the last 6 months is startling. I don’t know what the story is between those two, but that ain’t the independent liberal I used to know.

  86. icemannyr Says:

    I’ve noticed at the end of FNC shows the hosts are now telling people to set a recording on their DVRs for the show.

  87. joe says: “This rank abuse of government power put lives in danger, …”

    You mean like Fast & Furious? Oh yeah, Brain Terry IS DEAD. His life is no longer in DANGER, it’s GONE, FINI, FINISHED!

    And read here, as only 1 link, there are numerous others, from the LA Times, (that liberal newspaper) that have died. Plus there are numerous people in Mexico that have also died because of “rank abuse of government power”.

    http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-atf-guns-20110817,0,7742514.story#axzz2qNWDouyg

  88. savefarris Says:

    They put lives in danger for a political payback. That’s serious business.

    Christopher Stevens doesn’t think it’s THAT serious…

    And you never answered my question.

  89. savefarris Says:

    She built a story AROUND the story, which posited the Governor as in danger of his little scandal being used against him by The Bad Evil Democrats

    Well … she was right!

  90. imnotblue Says:

    Here’s a question maybe Joe could answer for me.

    When talking about the ACA and all the people who had their insurance plans dropped because of it, the response from many on the left (that I’ve seen) is “So what? People have their insurance dropped all the time.”

    If that logic applies, could we apply it to the Bridge story? “Who cares about a traffic jam? Traffic jams happen all the time.”

    As for the jam potentially costing lives, could we also say that about ANY traffic jam? Someone gets into an accident, and now it’s costing the lives of millions of people who might need an ambulance to go somewhere. This chaos theory of an argument, is so broad, it’s obvious nonsense.

  91. Come on, Blue. A traffic jam intentionally caused out of spite for a mayor is not a common event, and it’s a dangerous one. You can’t compare it to normal traffic jams which are the result of necessary road-work, an accident, or just too many cars on the road.

  92. imnotblue Says:

    Kind of like creating a new healthcare plan, that was poorly researched and delivered, which people KNEW would result in dropped insurance coverage but lied and said it wouldn’t… is unlike an insurance company dropping coverage on their own.

    I think that was my point.

  93. savefarris Says:

    Silly blue: what do New Jersey governors know about traffic accidents?

    http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=news/local&id=5205684

  94. savefarris Says:

    Joe still refuses to answer the question:

    which is worse? Blocking a few lanes of traffic for a couple of hours or demanding state officials falsify public documents?

    I eagerly await your answer.

  95. Like lying about a traffic jam in New Jersey is a bigger deal than http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/01/14/benghazi-transcripts-top-defense-officials-briefed-obama-on-attack-not-video-or/

    After two weeks post 9/11/12 the President of the United States still telling the public Benghazi attack a spontaneous movie review.

  96. You guys are all playing FNC’s “what about this other thing” game. It’s not related to what happened in New Jersey.

    Here’s a “what if it was reversed” game. Mitt Romney is president, and Gov. Brown of California blocks the Vincent Thomas Bridge ’cause he’s mad at the Mayor of Long Beach. Now Rachel Maddow reports it with comparisons to all the terrible awful things Mitt Romney has done, minimizing the Brown bridge story. I’ll bet you’d be thrilled.

  97. savefarris Says:

    If Mitt Romney has done worse things, they should be reported. But I don’t think ‘binders full of women’ and ‘made a dog uncomfortable 20 years ago’ is worse than closing a couple of lanes for a few hours, much less falsifying public documents.

    Are you ever gonna answer the question?

  98. savefarris Says:

    You guys are all playing FNC’s “what about this other thing” game.

    Yes, we should all play the “That Democratic thing? Doesn’t even exist!!!” game that the NYT/WaPo/USAT/CNN/et. al. are playing.

  99. Are you ever gonna answer the question?

    No. The topic I addressed was Chris Christie and how FNC is spinning the story. I’m not interested in your “what about this other thing” game.

  100. imnotblue Says:

    Joe… I thought you said you were talking about “cable news”:

    joeremi Says:
    January 13, 2014 at 10:33 pm
    I’m trying to keep the story alive? Bro, I’m trying to talk about cable news. You are having yourself a little heart attack. Take it easy!

    Well which is it? Are you talking about Bridge-gate as an action, and potential government interference… or are you talking about how cable news is covering the story?

    If you’re talking about it as a government story, perhaps you have an argument over why it’s unimportant to compare it to other events. However, if you’re talking cable news, comparing how the networks are reporting this story versus other similar stories, is on topic! You (along with other Liberals), however, don’t like the comparisons… and I think that’s where the problem really sits.

    As for your hypothetical towards Maddow, why wouldn’t Maddow do the same “investigative research” (ie: create a theory out of nowhere) if Romney were in charge and this happened in California? You’re admitting that she’s only playing the role of journalist here for partisan reasons, which deeply calls into question everything she’s said (as it provides motives other than information), and admits that you think she’s no better (journalistically speaking) than any of the other partisan screaming heads, you just like what she’s saying.

    (And before you say, “Nobody’s claiming that about Maddow,” yes they are and if you need me to, I’ll go back a day and find the quote from one of our regulars, praising her “reporting.”)

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  102. Megyn is brilliant at disguising her opinion and passing it off as fact.

    “Critics suggest”
    “Some might say”

  103. savefarris Says:

    The topic I addressed was Chris Christie and how FNC is spinning the story.

    It’s called putting the story in perspective. If the story only rates a ‘2’ on the outrage meter, then it only deserves ‘2’-level coverage and anything more would be bias.

    Which is why my question is important as it affects the world of cable news. If you think the Christie story is more egregious, then it SHOULD be getting more coverage. If, however, you think the Udall infraction is of a greater magnitude, then all your outrage and focus on Christie’s alleged misdeed shows that you’re not interested in discussing cable news. You’re only interested in discussing Republican-hurting scandals.

    So which is it? Which action is a greater abuse of power?

  104. Blue, I’m not going to get into a pissing match about everything everyone else has said. My point about FNC doing campaign spin for Chris Christie is clear, and has been stated numerous times. An huge issue I have with commenting here is I have a tendency to keep answering as long as people keep addressing me. I’m not going through that again. It’s not healthy, and bores everyone to tears. Have a good day, I gotta go to work.

  105. savefarris Says:

    Megyn Every broadcaster in the English-speaking world is brilliant at disguising her opinion and passing it off as fact.

    Another oft-used tactic of the Left. Point out a legitimate gripe one might have with a right-leaning person while pretending they’re the only guilty party and that no one left-leaning has ever committed the exact same act.

  106. savefarris Says:

    My point about FNC doing campaign spin for Chris Christie is clear

    Yes, it’s clear that your “outrage” is nothing but a politically-based smear campaign. And you’re p**sed that FNC isn’t going along for the ride.

  107. icemannyr Says:

    For those annoyed about to much GWB Scandal coverage,
    Meygn has on Hillary Clinton hater David Bossie, conservative political activist, tonight to give as the promo says the “exclusive ” and “shocking” story on Hillary Clinton’s political hit list and how it’s going to effect the 2016 election.

    Hannity did the same polticial hit list story on Obama before the last election and we know how that election turned out.

  108. The Clintons are ruthless politicians who keep track of who crosses them. Yes, I remember this Earthshattering Breaking News from 5 years ago. And 1995.

    @Mediaite: Politico Got ‘Scooped’ on Hillary Clinton ‘Hit List’ Five Years Ago… Even by MSNBC http://www.mediaite.com/online/politico-got-scooped-on-hillary-clinton-hit-list-five-years-ago-even-by-msnbc/

  109. FNC’s whole “what about Obama” approach to Chris Christie is the exact same thing I’ve seen from all my Conservative friends on Facebook. Their entire defense of Chris Christie came down to “Traffic sucks, it’s no big deal, let’s talk about Benghazi”.

  110. Andy, it amazes me that actual grownups are now saying stories should be presented as “worse than” or “not as bad as” something-something. According to this principle FNC can blow off any Republican transgression because Obama is worse than anything ever. Um, no.

  111. “Traffic sucks, it’s no big deal, let’s talk about Benghazi”.

    Let’s put that comment in the perspective of how those two items will affect our country and our relationships in the world going forward.

    A few lanes of traffic stopped/slowed for a few days and how the world, and specifically the Middle East, views our country, its policies and relationships with other countries.

    One thing, paraphrasing a guest on MHP, “IS NOT LIKE THE OTHER” and I would guess that MOST people would be able to figure out which is TRULY more important. But, just in case, Republicans are pointing out to dense democrats that BENGHAZI is truly more important for so many reasons!

  112. You need to remember this bridge access lane closing did not happen in some small town in a rural area.
    It happened in a major metropolitan area in the #1 television market.
    Regardless of if the Governor being a democrat or liberal it would be a story covered by the media.

    The fact it’s taking away from coverage of the Obama scandals is just now the news cycle goes.

  113. savefarris Says:

    it amazes me that actual grownups are now saying stories should be presented as “worse than” or “not as bad as” something-something.

    So you’re saying the “De Blazio doesn’t know how to eat a pizza” story should be presented in the same fashion and with the same vigor as Bridgegate?

    Decisions about “worse than” and “not as bad as” are made EVERY SINGLE DAY IN EVERY SINGLE BROADCAST. That’s why some stories lead off and some stories get 15 second in the D block. And it’s why asking “which story is more important?” is important.

    Republicans are pointing out to dense democrats that BENGHAZI is truly more important for so many reasons.

    By body count alone…

  114. You need to remember this bridge access lane closing did not happen in some small town in a rural area.

    It’s the busiest bridge in the world; most of the people crossing it don’t even live in the town Christie’s office targeted; and they blocked a bridge in New Jersey on the anniversary of 9/11, the highest terror threat day of the year!

  115. I meant to say, regardless of the NJ Governor being a democrat or republican it would be a story covered by the media.

  116. So you’re saying the “De Blazio doesn’t know how to eat a pizza” story should be presented in the same fashion and with the same vigor as Bridgegate?

    No. You distorted what I said to make another stupid point. Congratulations.

  117. savefarris Says:

    MSNBC in no way affects the culture of NBC News,Volume MCMXXVII:

    Matt Lauer 2013: Criticizing the acting Commander in Chief is “dangerous or dishonorable”.

    http://www.today.com/news/robert-gates-my-memoir-has-been-hijacked-politics-2D11914115

    Remind me again where Matt worked from 2003-2008…

  118. savefarris Says:

    Number of NYT stories about Elliot Spitzer in the past 7 years: less than a third.

    http://query.nytimes.com/search/sitesearch/?action=click&region=Masthead&pgtype=Homepage&module=SearchSubmit&contentCollection=Homepage&t=qry469#/elliot+spitzer/from20070101to20140114/articles/

    If you shrink it down to the one month in which he resigned (March 08): 512.

    Tell me again they’re not going extra-heavy (pardon the pun) on Christie…

  119. I’ll play a round of your game farris.

    One of them is a sex scandal that affects nothing. The other is a genuine quality of life situation.

  120. There’s nothing to implicate Christie in the scandalous scandal of all time scandalous scandals as of yet. Right now, the media is just hoping for a scandal involving Chris Christie.

    I can’t imagine he’d be involved in this. I don’t see the point of harassing some small time mayor who was never going to endorse you in an election that was never going to be close. It seems more of a personal vendetta between staffers.

    But, who knows? One thing is for sure, we’ll find out. Unlike the IRS. Or NSA. Or Benghazi. Or any of the others.

    Locally, a few years ago, Houston wasn’t awarded one of I believe 5 retired space shuttles. NY was. Houston’s nickname is Space City just in case you didn’t know. But, that totally wasn’t a vendetta held against Rick Perry by Barack Obama. No sir!

  121. The fact is most people in New Jersey see the coverage as political as the scandal:
    http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/despite-bridgegate-christies-approval-new-jersey-still-59

    That’s 20% over the Liar in Chief whose lies have devastated an entire nation.

  122. If you believe Chris Christie had no knowledge or involvement in that bridge closure, Casey Anthony’s innocent.

  123. I don’t care whether he was or wasn’t. I simply said I can’t imagine he was because it’s so stupid.

  124. Politics is a bloodsport. I doubt his aides just did this on their own without his guidance or knowledge – nobody is that loyal to anybody in politics.

  125. I’m not suggesting it was done out of loyalty but out of not liking someone on the other side…at the staff level. But, I really don’t care either way who was involved. If Christie was, so be it. I just can’t imagine he’d (or any high profile politician) would be that dumb.

  126. savefarris Says:

    Politics is a bloodsport. I doubt his aides just did this on their own without his guidance or knowledge

    And yet we’re expected to buy this exact same argument when it comes to the IRS, Fast&Furious, the NSA, HealthCare.gov, et. al. From a Chicago politician, no less!

  127. savefarris Says:

    You know what: you guys are right and I was wrong.

    It is definitely immoral to disrupt traffic in the Tri-State area. Especially if you’re doing it for political gain. Especially when it could lead to dangerous conditions. Even if Christie didn’t approve it himself, even if he didn’t know about it: he’s the Chief Executive that sets the tone and takes responsibility.

    This sort of thing is not tolerated. EVER!!!!!

    http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/04/27/air-force-one-backup-rattles-new-york-nerve/

  128. DirecTv summarizes The Cycle this way:

    “Conservative Abby Huntsman, author Toure, correspondent Ari Melber, former candidate Krystal Ball”

  129. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    We all know that the George Washington Bridge delays were caused by the reaction to an anti-Muslim video. The matter is now settled.

  130. icemannyr Says:

    You all must be mad at FNC because instead of talking about the Obama scandals and Obamacare “Your World” started with 7min on the NJ Governor.
    Don’t panic there’s your Obamacare coverage.😛

  131. savefarris Says:

    http://www.politico.com/story/2014/01/kay-hagan-north-carolina-poll-102160.html

    That’s 5: (SD, WV, AR, MT, NC)

    Republicans only need 3 of the following: KY*, GA*, AK, LA, MI)

    *currently held by Republicans.

  132. TVNEWSER reports:

    Fox News senior correspondent Adam Housley is opening up about criticism directed at him and his wife, Tamara Mowry-Housley, over their interracial marriage.

    In a recent interview with OWN, an emotional Mowry said she has “never experienced so much hate ever in my life.” She said she gets called “white man’s whore” and receives comments like “back in the day you cost $300, but now you’re giving it to him for free.”

    “The fact that in this day and age, we get attacked for our interracial relationship is beyond sad…it is pathetic,” Housley tells TVNewser. “Yes I am white. Yes she is half black. Marrying a white man does not erase her color and marrying a woman who is half black does not mean I am blinded. The problem isn’t pigmentation…the problem is backwards, bigoted thought from people who should know better.”

  133. If you recall in the 60 MINUTES piece on Susan Rice who has been part of an interracial marriage for over a decade, she said she and her husband never run into racial comments. Not even something they think about any more.

    So what’s the difference in the two cases? I think I know, but you take your best guess.

  134. FARRIS 1, ANDY 0.

  135. If only Republicans could get up to 67 membership of the Senate. That would be fun.

  136. savefarris Says:

    If only Republicans could get up to 67 membership of the Senate.

    Easy there Larry! One hurdle at a time.

    Though I’d be remiss if I failed to point out that even if you get to 67, there’s always going to be an Arlen Specter, a John McCain, a Lincoln Chaffee who sells out their party for 12 seconds of happy talk from the Gang of 500.

  137. So what’s the difference in the two cases? I think I know, but you take your best guess.

    You probably should find out how many Fox viewers are attacking Housely and his wife before drawing your cute little conclusion there, you race-baiting troll.

  138. Sad face! Quit trolling with your race-baiting crap, and you won’t get any responses about it. You are blog poison.

  139. Bizarrely, The New York Times did the same thing: The theater shooting “prompts a discussion of smartphone use”. Uh, no..it prompts a discussion of people sitting in movie theaters with a gun.

  140. Welcome to Florida.

    Mark Follman ‏@markfollman
    Incredible: Guy who killed Fla. moviegoer for texting is angling for Stand Your Ground defense. B/c hit with POPCORN. http://bit.ly/1b07yWB

  141. savefarris Says:

    You guys are right.

    Blocking access to a bridge into Manhattan is wrong and dangerous. And people who are politically aligned with those who would do such a thing should be held accountable for creating a culture where that type of thing is acceptable.

    http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/13/de-blasios-handpicked-city-council-speaker-blocked-the-brooklyn-bridge-with-occupy-wall-street/

  142. savefarris Says:

    That last comment was a bit unfair. After all, that was a one-time thing. Occupy certainly didn’t have any sort of track record when it came to bridges.

    http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2012/05/bridge_bomb_plot_suspects_were.html

    My apologies.

  143. that’s the bridge I drive across. that one is personal. it is what you get when liberals stroke the fire.

  144. If only the President were as patient with Republicans as he seems to be with Iran. Perhaps the Republicans should start their own nuclear program… For peaceful purposes of course.

  145. The Florida theater shooting interests me. The shooting summarized as “he was shot for texting” seems to have prejudiced a public view with such a simplistic narrative. We have a seventy year old former police captain in a prolonged argument with a young man that escalated into some type of physical confrontation including flying popcorn. As is always the proper perspective, let’s see where the court case takes this.

  146. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    You probably should find out how many Fox viewers are attacking Housely and his wife before drawing your cute little conclusion there, you race-baiting troll.</em.

    It's not Fox viewers, Joe. the hate is coming from the virulent left. Perhaps you should hold off the name calling for a bit.

  147. Joe, you’re out of line here and I’m going to ask you to stop. Larry posited a perfectly legitimate question and you went apesh*t. But since nobody has come forward to talk about which side of the political aisle (or both sides) is churning out the bile, I suggest both you and Larry give it a rest since you both are guessing…

  148. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Spud, I saw some of the remarks a while back in the comments section below an article about Housley and his wife. They were really ugly.

  149. icemannyr Says:

    “The Kelly File
    3 hours ago
    Lone Survivor
    Can’t-miss interview tonight on The Kelly File: The man behind the hit movie “Lone Survivor” Marcus Luttrell talks media critics & how liberals impact the war.”

    While we all thank Marcus Luttrell for his service, how exactly are liberals impacting the war?
    Seems like another Megyn Kelly liberal bashing segment on a so called “newscast”.

  150. Yeah, I don’t think Spud’s comment was an invitation to continue a conversation about the political leanings of maggots on the internet attacking a married couple’s racial mix. But y’all go on..

  151. “While we all thank Marcus Luttrell for his service, how exactly are liberals impacting the war?”
    You watch ICE and tell us what they say. Be fair now. I trust you.

  152. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Yeah, I don’t think Spud’s comment was an invitation to continue a conversation about the political leanings of maggots on the internet attacking a married couple’s racial mix. But y’all go on..

    Joe, since Spud had posted at nearly the same time as me, and probably had no chance to read my post; I was simply answering his remark of “But since nobody has come forward to talk about which side of the political aisle (or both sides) is churning out the bile,” to clarify my post. This does not effect you.

  153. icemannyr Says:

    FBN has dumped it’s regular 9pm-11pm shows for a Car Auction that has nothing to do with business news.
    Funny if CNBC was doing this FBN would be mocking them.

  154. Fox Sports bounced Barrett-Jackson to the business channel? That’s funny!

  155. icemannyr Says:

    The Kelly File Hillary hit list segment is much to do about nothing.
    It’s the same old FNC promoting a segment that does not match the hype. David Bossie is a carnival barker who provided no exclusive information.
    Megyn just wanted an excuse to bash Hillary.

  156. icemannyr Says:

    What a shock the interview with Marcus Luttrell had nothing to do with media critics & how liberals impact the war.
    All she said was that some liberal critics did not like the movie and Marcus Luttrell had no comment when asked about on that.

    It’s the typical FNC promotion bait and switch. The Hillary and Marcus Luttrell segments where not what they were promoted to be.

  157. Thanks again for saving me the hour. I watched an episode of BREAKNG BAD on Netflix.

  158. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    It’s the typical FNC promotion bait and switch. The Hillary and Marcus Luttrell segments where not what they were promoted to be.

    It’s not only FOX, all stations, even locals, pull this. There are various jokes floating around the business about this silliness. One of my favorites – “How do you keep a jackass in suspense? We’ll have an exclusive report at 11.” I’ve also heard it compared to “promising beans and delivering a fart.” I’ve stolen that and used it a lot.

  159. “How liberals impact the war” became “Some people didn’t like a movie”!? Fair, balanced and unafraid, eh? Unafraid to lie to their audience for a ratings point! Atta boy, Roger!

  160. savefarris Says:

    Where are you at, Larry? Wanna make sure I don’t spoil anything.

    What an awesome show…

  161. Season 2 episode 7
    It is fantastic. Friends told me to watch. So grateful to them!

  162. It’s not only FOX, all stations, even locals, pull this.

    CNN and MSNBC don’t. FNC is the only cable news channel which routinely insults their audience with BS overhyped promos.

  163. surprised they haven’t started The Obama Youth yet. Save the planet boys and girls. Bury your parent’s guns in the backyard. Earn your cool Hope & Change badge selling ObamaCare door to door. Report any relatives that don’t sign up.

  164. “While we all thank Marcus Luttrell for his service, how exactly are liberals impacting the war?”

    Read his book and find out!

  165. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    It’s not only FOX, all stations, even locals, pull this.

    CNN and MSNBC don’t. FNC is the only cable news channel which routinely insults their audience with BS overhyped promos.

    That isn’t true, and you know it.

  166. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    surprised they haven’t started The Obama Youth yet. Save the planet boys and girls. Bury your parent’s guns in the backyard. Earn your cool Hope & Change badge selling ObamaCare door to door. Report any relatives that don’t sign up.

    Well, the Hitler Youth’s song was titled “Vorwarts” (Forward)…..

  167. I’m currently watching breaking bad on Netflix also. It’s ok. Tough to meet the expectations/hype. After all, the only reason I started it was because of how awesome I heard it was.

  168. savefarris Says:

    Season 2 episode 7

    Watch out for that pink teddy bear!!!

    SOOO many great things coming up in the next 6 episodes. That’s when it started to make the transition from “Hey this show is pretty good” to “Sweet Merciful Lord, this is the best show EVAH!!” Enjoy.

    When you finish Season 2, I’ll let you in on a clue that was hiding in plane sight the whole time.

  169. “Senate Democrats pledging to get more aggressive on climate change will soon pressure the major TV networks to give the topic far greater attention on the Sunday talking-head shows.

    Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, are gathering colleagues’ signatures on a letter to the networks asserting that they’re ignoring global warming.”

    The almost a Communist leads the charge. You can’t make this stuff up. Get Gregory to do it. That’ll amp his ratings for sure.

  170. “Watch out for that pink teddy bear!!”
    Ohhh damn. the previous two episodes started with that thing floating in the pool.
    Now you are going to keep me up all night.

    and I will tough base with you at the end of the season.

  171. savefarris Says:

    Lonestar, those first few episodes are a bit of a slog because they have to show you every single decision Walt made and how it leads him down the path it eventually does when at so many points, he could have changed course. The show is about his transformation and just like a batch of meth, you can’t skip over those first few crucial steps.

    But once you meet Heisenberg…

  172. I’m on season 4

  173. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    “Senate Democrats pledging to get more aggressive on climate change will soon pressure the major TV networks to give the topic far greater attention on the Sunday talking-head shows.

    Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, are gathering colleagues’ signatures on a letter to the networks asserting that they’re ignoring global warming.”

    The almost a Communist leads the charge. You can’t make this stuff up. Get Gregory to do it. That’ll amp his ratings for sure.

    Here we go again, the Communists are rearing their ugly heads.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suVB3YGIUk0

  174. Man-made climate change is real. It’s nice to know there’s a few grownups willing to fight the INCREDIBLY STUPID rightwing attack on basic science. Idiots.

  175. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Man-made climate change is real. It’s nice to know there’s a few grownups willing to fight the INCREDIBLY STUPID rightwing attack on basic science. Idiots.

    The climate is in a constant state of flux due to the Sun. That is what the basic science shows. But, it’s much easier for a lefty to call names, than to simply face basic facts.

  176. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    By the way, it was warmer during the period 800-1200 AD than it is today.

  177. Call names!? Let’s see, you can smear liberals as Communists, but if I call science deniers idiots, I’m calling names. In what Bizarro Upsidedown World does that make sense?

  178. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Bernie Sanders is a virtual communist, Joe. And his idea to force private networks to do what he and others want does smack of Communism.

    The “science deniers” are Al Gore and his ilk.

  179. Oh bull. You’re playing the “it’s not name-calling ’cause I’m right” game. Quit calling groups of people names, or quit b!tching when it comes back atcha. Free country, pick one.

  180. Sanders and company ought to stick with pushing their climate change religion on the kiddie shows like Sesame Street. One of the programmed cult could grow up to be the next David Gregory. Problem solved.

  181. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Oh bull. You’re playing the “it’s not name-calling ’cause I’m right” game. Quit calling groups of people names, or quit b!tching when it comes back atcha. Free country, pick one.

    You have raised the ad hominem attack to a fine art. Giving an accurate description of someone like Sanders and the like, is not one. “Idiot,” “moron,” “douchebag,” and the like is. And it speaks volumes about the insulter. The most important is that they have lost the argument, so have to result to name calling.

    Now be creative in your next insult, remember, brain-damaged has already been used.

  182. Now boys girls, CO2 from the bad cars is causing a warming at Santa’s house, and Santa got mad and kicked Prancer the Polar Vortex down to Canada and that’s why you children are all freezing your little asses off.

  183. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    I thought that it was cow farts, Larry. It’s hard to keep up with the latest crackpot “science.”

  184. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    And, it was still warmer from 800-1200 A.D. than it is today.

  185. Nixon, I have no intention of allowing my side to be labeled Communists just because you disagree with them, then told I’m the problem.

    Now be creative in your next insult, remember, brain-damaged has already been used.

    It is not necessary to bring something up that someone else has already apologized for. Especially when that someone isn’t here to defend herself. I’m quite certain we can speak as men one-on-one without that. Thank you.

  186. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Joe, I didn’t label “your side” Communists, even though many on the Left have definite Marxist leanings. I was talking about Bernie Sanders and his type.

    No one apologized for the “brain-damaged” insult except you. She had her chance before she decided to storm off, with you following in protest. Your apology on her behalf was the act of a friend, I do respect that.

  187. Listen to me, man. She cooled off the next day, and by that time it wasn’t possible to get the word in, so she asked me to do it. That’s the truth. Also, it was intended as a deprecating “we’re all crazy” jab at someone who has mentioned “brain damage” in the past; like I sometimes get “you’re a little slow” as a good-humored reference to my Aspie traits. I know that humor, and I know it’s a little dry and doesn’t translate that well in this forum sometimes, but that is also the truth. But it didn’t work and she asked me to apologize. I didn’t do it “for her”.

  188. Oy vey.

    When did this place turn into group therapy?

  189. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Don’t sugar-coat it, Joe. I know exactly how she meant it. You don’t make that comment “as a joke” to someone that you have a history of clashing with. It is the type of person that she is. One with one hell of a mean streak.

  190. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Oy vey.

    When did this place turn into group therapy?

    Beats me.

  191. Well, you called her a harridan (I had to look it up), so I guess we all have our cross to bear. I’m sorry I brought it up.

  192. It’s ok, Blue. I’m listening😉

  193. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Well, you called her a harridan (I had to look it up), so I guess we all have our cross to bear. I’m sorry I brought it up.

    And I stand by my observation.

  194. That’s swell, Nixon. I completely wasted my time talking to you. Figures.

  195. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    That’s swell, Nixon. I completely wasted my time talking to you. Figures.

    Glad to help.

  196. So… What seems to have lost any spot in the discussion,

    SHOULD our elected officials be using political organized clout to pressure TV managers to program their priority topics?

    Do the public airwaves become the government airwaves?

    When does regularly power become the hidden hammer demanding propaganda?

  197. GUN CONTROL
    Boy in New Mexico saws off the barrel of a shotgun and brings it to school in an instrument case. Fires until teacher talks him down.

    Q. HOW does any law prevent this?

    A. It doesn’t short of outlawing all civilian ownership of firearms, even those designed for hunting. Which I feel is the aim of liberals which you will sometimes hear if they drop there guard.

  198. Chris Jansing, in the first 30 seconds of her show, mentioned the evil Koch Brothers. Haha. #straightnews

  199. Well, everyone whining about Chris Christie and Bridgegate got their wish … the Senate Intelligence Committee just put Benghazi front and center again.

  200. Well, everyone whining about Chris Christie and Bridgegate got their wish … the Senate Intelligence Committee just put Benghazi front and center again.

    Eh, that story’s stalled until the investigations and firings are over. Now we can get back to “lingering questions about Benghazi” being answered, followed by Megyn Kelly and Sean Hannity DEMANDING ANSWERS they’ve been given over and over again. I don’t think they watch the news..

  201. CNN has promoted Joe Johns to ‘Senior Washington Correspondent’. I’ve no problem with Johns getting a promotion but I can’t seem to find out who he is replacing and how this title is any different than that of ‘Chief Washington Correspondent’ Jake Tapper’s.

    CNN seem to have an endless supply of meaningless titles to bestow on it’s reporters. I hope he got a raise to go with his promotion.

  202. At the end of days, who will be the last commenter standing on ICN? I nominate Carol for constant good service in all kinds of weather. Runner-up ICE for public service by the hour. Last place, BRICKO who I believe has regenerated into the latest Dr. Who.

  203. WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT represents CNN at all WH press conferences and Daily Briefings asking questions of the speakers. They often are based at the White House a good part of the day and work to produce the originating segments.

  204. Aug 20, 2013 – CNN Names Jessica Yellin Chief Domestic Affairs Correspondent; Promotes Brianna Keilar and Jim Acosta to Sr. White House Correspondents …

  205. never mind Fritz, I got my wires crossed. went to the Junior Prom instead of the Senior Prom.

  206. thanks for nothing, Tex, now my iPad is soiled.

  207. The fact that we could have and should have prevented Benghazi but didn’t should make people question how effective the NSA and CIA are in fighting terrorism. Instead, everyone wants to blame the other party.

    I mean, we get new revelations all the time about the NSA spying on citizens. These programs are in place and they couldn’t prevent Benghazi. Unless these programs truly are designed to spy on Americans, not protect us.

  208. The military didn’t even know that craphole in Benghazi was a CIA post. The government is spying on everybody, but nobody knows anything, and still can’t anticipate a terror attack on Sep. 11th!

  209. icemannyr Says:

    The real problem is that the attack was not prevented and what steps could be and are being done to prevent future attacks.

    Some want to fixate on that it was not caused by an anti islam video and the government knew that when talking about what happened directly after the event.

    That is the point that Clintion was making that gets cut off when news channels don’t play her full comment.

  210. imnotblue Says:

    Nah, I’m good Joe.

    Just got back from searching for Spud’s snorkel in the Caymans. Sad (?) to say I didn’t find it… so I may have to go back at some point and look again.

    Maybe the stingrays got it. They tried to get mine… they could use the therapy.

  211. savefarris Says:

    These programs are in place and they couldn’t prevent Benghazi.

    At least it prevented anything from happening in Boston…

  212. they did find out who Petraeus was having an affair with.

  213. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Blue, I stepped on a stingray as a teenager when visiting my grandpa in Florida. Hurt like hell. Went to the ER for a tetanus shot.

  214. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    As usual, after the revolution:
    http://politicker.com/2014/01/frustration-brews-as-de-blasio-drags-feet-on-remaining-appointments/

    Now what do we do?

    You elect these adult children, and this is what you get.🙄

  215. No conservative bias in the editing for this FOXnews.com headline photo,

  216. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    It is the absolute truth, Ice. And EVERYBODY in this Administration has been lying their asses off about it.

  217. I’m not arguing the results of the report just the over the top Hillary bashing image.

  218. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    It’s not “bashing” if it’s true. People go overboard calling everything “bashing.”

  219. the other Nixon learned that the hard way.

  220. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    the other Nixon learned that the hard way.

    And he was a choirboy compared to Stanley Ann’s dysfunctional unruly man-child.

    You want to know where he was during the Benghazi attack? Taking a bubble bath with his froggy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYXckKwBRb0

  221. savefarris Says:

    Accurately quoting the Secretary of State: over-the-top bashing.
    “Betray-us”: … eh, whaddya gonna do?

  222. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Accurately quoting the Secretary of State: over-the-top bashing.
    “Betray-us”: … eh, whaddya gonna do?

    You have to remember that occurred while Madam was the Honorable Senator Clinton.

  223. Oh, oh! Ronan Farrow has ticked off some of the higher ups at NBC!

    http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/15/report-nbc-furious-with-ronan-farrow-for-golden-globes-tweet/

  224. I suspect Ronan Farrow couldn’t care less how “furious” a bunch of suits are. I seriously underestimated that kid; he’s a badass.

  225. Griiffin defended Farriw. I’d say that’s the higher up that counts.

  226. No conservative bias in the editing for this FOXnews.com headline photo,

    I saw that. It was the front page top story banner. Whoever did that should be fired. Disgraceful. No matter what you think of Benghazi, that is a news organization taking a position and writing a political ad for Hillary’s opponents.

    Fox News has proven that their far-right bias extends beyond their primetime opinion programming. But some will continue to defend the mothership.

  227. imnotblue Says:

    @ nixon
    Yes, it was recommended that we not use one as a carpet.

    @ ice
    What makes it “bashing?” What part of it is, “over the top?”

  228. I suspect Ronan Farrow couldn’t care less how “furious” a bunch of suits are. I seriously underestimated that kid; he’s a badass.

    I follow him on Twitter. If he takes that attitude he has on Twitter and exhibits it on the air, his show will be worth watching.

  229. A little vinegar from a Democrat Congressman to Chief of Staff McDonough.

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/katenocera/democratic-congressman-beefs-with-white-house-chief-of-staff

  230. The great thing is, Ronan never deleted that tweet and he never tweeted a fake apology. Hell, he doubled down on it. I’m suddenly rooting for this guy.

  231. Guess I will look for that support from Griffin unless someone has a link.

  232. Exactly, Andy. Give him two hours and a handheld camera..I’m all in. It’s got to be better than The Cycle!

  233. Exactly, Andy. Give him two hours and a handheld camera..I’m all in. It’s got to be better than The Cycle!

    The Cycle is absolutely dreadful. THE only reason I watch is for Abby Huntsman. It tries to be a comedy.

  234. Apparently Roger decided it was time for Greta to talk about Rev. Wright again. With Allen West!

  235. icemannyr Says:

    “Wednesday on ‘The Kelly File’
    An explosive Benghazi report finds the attackers were tied to Al Qaeda. But why has no one been brought to justice? Plus should media outlets publish a 9/11 mastermind’s manifesto? And vulnerable Democrats worry about upcoming health law ads”

    Is anyone else covering the manifesto story? Megyn seems to be obsessed with it doing her outraged theatrics to start the show Tuesday.

    FNC clip posted does not include the theatrics just before the interview started,
    http://video.foxnews.com/v/3055434197001/two-media-outlets-publish-911-masterminds-manifesto–/

  236. What manifesto? I’ve never heard of it. Oh, right..until Megyn covered it. Nice work, Megyn!

  237. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    An explosive Benghazi report finds the attackers were tied to Al Qaeda. But why has no one been brought to justice?

    Obama is keeping a promise made in one of his “autobiographies” about who he’d stand with when the going gets tough.

  238. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Apparently Roger decided it was time for Greta to talk about Rev. Wright again. With Allen West!

    Right. Ailes makes each and every programming decision.🙄

  239. What manifesto? I’ve never heard of it. Oh, right..until Megyn covered it. Nice work, Megyn!

    Yeah, I hadn’t heard about it until Megyn Kelly talked about it and Fox News posted the segment on Facebook. Then she said it was shameful that the media was promoting it or something. Bloody brilliant.

    Same thing with the Lone Survivor movie – Fox News talking about how liberals were criticizing it because they hate the troops or something. THE only criticism I’ve seen of that movie that I never heard of until the other day was from a very conservative friend of mine who said the second half of the movie sucked because it strayed away from the book and wasn’t accurate at all.

  240. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    “Taking action against crime.”

    http://www.dailypress.com/news/crime/dp-nws-juliet-bickford-20140114,0,5740815.story

  241. savefarris Says:

    Are we SURE Matthews isn’t still taping Hardball? Or did they just repeat an episode from last week?

  242. Here you go Pam
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/msnbcs-phil-griffin-defends-anchor-671056

    Griffin hasn’t ignored the provocative Twitter feed of Ronan Farrow, whose afternoon MSNBC show debuts in February. During the Jan. 12 Golden Globe Awards tribute to his estranged father, Woody Allen, Farrow tweeted: “… did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall?”
    “He’s a very clever guy,” says Griffin. “That’s a personal issue that he felt necessary to respond to. I’ll let it speak for itself.”

  243. The Pope denounces – in my view rightly so – the excesses of capitalism and the growing inequality that we need to address (how is another matter) and the news media give him front page and favorable coverage. “He’s a new type of Pope!!”

    He condemns abortion and there’s silence.

    The people in the media – since they’re human beings – consciously or not promote stories that reflect their values and their beliefs. Because they are once again: human beings.

    The inconsistent coverage cited above is an example of this.

  244. The media is covering the newsy things the Pope is talking about, like income inequality and “atheists can go to heaven”. A Pope being against legalized abortion is the most non-newsy Pope news in the history of news. Everybody knows he feels this way.

  245. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    The people in the media – since they’re human beings – consciously or not promote stories that reflect their values and their beliefs. Because they are once again: human beings.

    The inconsistent coverage cited above is an example of this.

    Exactly, Erich. Good observation.

  246. You’re both thinking like people who want a view expressed, not like newsmen. There is no news value in reporting that the new Pope holds the same view on something as every other Pope. The news is when he says something unusual. Journalism 101.

  247. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    I simply like truth in reporting, unlike most in the media today. And, had they followed Journalism 101, this country would never have been infected with Obama.

  248. icemannyr Says:

    O’Reilly is live again tonight if the LIVE bug is correct.

  249. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Sarah Palin’s father harassed by IRS six times since 2008

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2014/01/sarah_palins_father_harassed_by_irs_six_times_since_2008.html

    But, remember, the FBI has decided that using the IRS to harass political opponents is not a crime. It was one in 1974 when one of the impeachment articles against Richard Nixon was for exactly that. So, I guess that Obama gets the Ivy League exception.

  250. savefarris Says:

    while joe raises a decent point (?!?), the media did go all in proclaiming Francis to be the Pope of a New Generation and Man of the Year. They sold the Pope as “this guy breaks orthodoxy”. So much so that liberals began to believe that he might actually be a fellow traveler:

    http://thinkprogress.org/health/2013/09/19/2650521/pope-francis-catholic-church/

    So finding out he actually does believe in the tenants of the faith is indeed somewhat newsworthy.

  251. icemannyr Says:

    Top stories at 9pm.
    AJA = Toxic water in West VA.
    CNN = Investigation of Military photos from Iraq obtained by TMZ and now Robert Gates.
    MSNBC = GWB Scandal
    FNC = Benghazi

    What does it say about “The Independents” that FBN is preempting the show for car auctions?

  252. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    I think that perhaps the most important thing that we have learned about Pope Francis is that he sees himself a flawed human being, just like the rest of us. His “Who am I to judge?” is perhaps one of the most important things spoken by a Holy Father in a very long time. It fits in exactly with the philosophy of “hate the sin, love the sinner.”

  253. Sarah Palin’s father harassed by IRS six times since 2008

    Right after media outlets report that it’s unlikely anyone will be charged in the IRS, Sarah Palin’s brother makes this claim? And it’s passed off as indisputable fact? And you’re talking about other peoples’ journalistic integrity?

  254. icemannyr Says:

    Bernard Golberg doing his complain about the liberal media segment on Megyn’s show instead of O’Reilly’s.

    Tonight’s whine is to much coverage of Chris Christie and not enough about Benghazi.

  255. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    More Obama sophistry:

    http://spectator.org/articles/57426/each-according-his-delusions

  256. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Right after media outlets report that it’s unlikely anyone will be charged in the IRS, Sarah Palin’s brother makes this claim? And it’s passed off as indisputable fact? And you’re talking about other peoples’ journalistic integrity?

    He made that claim before the FBI made it’s decision. By the way, I’m not a journalist, I can come to any conclusion about the information given that I damn well please.

  257. savefarris Says:

    Right after media outlets report that it’s unlikely anyone will be charged in the IRS, Sarah Palin’s brother makes this claim?

    It’d be pretty easy to disprove. The government keeps track of everyone it audits and if he’s lying, I’m pretty sure the Administration could prove they didn’t.

    And if he is lying, then he’s as dumb as they claim Sarah is. Dumber even.

    But if he is telling the truth…

  258. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    But if he is telling the truth…

    Then he’s obviously a racist trying to make Obama look like a fool.

  259. icemannyr Says:

    Megyn, only FNC cares about Jeremiah Wright.
    Did you run out of Obama stories to cover?

    FNC is only covering this because Jeremiah Wright spoke at teachers union event and we know FNC does not like Unions.

  260. He made that claim before the FBI made it’s decision.

    It was reported LAST WEEK that it was unlikely anyone would be charged. So, no, read what I said before you comment. Also, this statement was made at a time when Conservatives were demanding the IRS story be covered by the media INSTEAD of Chris Christie.

    It’d be pretty easy to disprove. The government keeps track of everyone it audits and if he’s lying, I’m pretty sure the Administration could prove they didn’t.

    No, the burden of proof falls on the Palin family. They’re the ones who threw this ridiculous statement out there. If the Obama Administration denies it, then what – now the story, no matter how untrue it is, has been given credibility.

    And if he is lying, then he’s as dumb as they claim Sarah is. Dumber even.

    It’s not “dumb” to say this at all. Conservative websites where Conservatives go to get their talking points have already passed this off as fact. Even a couple of semi-credible outlets have passed this off as fact without even putting Heath’s statements through even the mildest scrutiny.

  261. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    It was reported LAST WEEK that it was unlikely anyone would be charged.

    The IRS hadn’t confirmed it.

    But we know that Obama would never approve of this.

  262. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Megyn, only FNC cares about Jeremiah Wright.

    Ice, this is the first time that I have seen you claim to speak for everybody.

    FNC is only covering this because Jeremiah Wright spoke at teachers union event and we know FNC does not like Unions.

    It had zero to do with unions. This is what made it newsworthy:

    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/24975992-418/king-had-a-dream-obama-has-a-drone-rev-wright-says.html

    And the Sun-Times is hardly a right wing newspaper.

  263. But we know that Obama would never approve of this.

    Right, so anytime anyone who’s a Conservative screams that they’ve been harassed by the IRS, we should just believe them and not ask elementary follow up questions. Let’s just put it in large print “IRS HARASSES CONSERVATIVE”. Then, let’s say, “Well, this story’s true until the IRS proves it’s not true”.

    I’d be asking questions before I ran that. But it’s got the words “Palin” and “IRS” in it so it’ll attract hits so facts don’t matter.

  264. Wolff’s Slate review of the Ailes book : thumbs down.
    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/books/2014/01/roger_ailes_biography_the_loudest_voice_in_the_room_by_gabriel_sherman_reviewed.2.html

    “The frame of this story might have more helpfully and dramatically been the fall of media as we know it and the rise of insurgencies, of which Ailes is one. The lessons to be learned from Ailes are less about politics than about the way to profitably redefine and speak to segmented audiences—quite an opposite notion of Sherman’s thesis about dividing the country. Ailes hasn’t divided the country. He’s chipped off his own profitable piece of it.

    Sherman’s bias here is not just political. It’s temperamental. Ailes is, by nature, a troublemaker, and Sherman, one suspects, is by temperament a good boy. A more astute analysis than Sherman cares to or is able to give might have made for an exciting book. It’s the whale’s strength, agility, and instincts that we want to know about—not its size. We already know a whale is big.”

  265. Even Sarah Palin hasn’t touched this… and that woman can’t wait to get in front of the camera and screech about how Obama and the mean liberals are targeting her and her family.

  266. If you haven’t heard of the fact that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed had correspondence with a person from Great Britian you haven’t been paying attention. This information came out days ago and
    here is the link:

    Please note the date:

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jan/12/khalid-sheikh-mohammed-british-care-worker

    You maybe need to reach out to more websites for your information.

  267. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Right, so anytime anyone who’s a Conservative screams that they’ve been harassed by the IRS, we should just believe them and not ask elementary follow up questions. Let’s just put it in large print “IRS HARASSES CONSERVATIVE”. Then, let’s say, “Well, this story’s true until the IRS proves it’s not true”.

    I’d be asking questions before I ran that. But it’s got the words “Palin” and “IRS” in it so it’ll attract hits so facts don’t matter.

    I guess Lois Lerner took the Fifth, just for laughs. After all, this regime is so freaking open. The IRS is a government agency. They are required to show that they are not conducting political vendettas by showing the relevant records. We aren’t a police state just yet.

  268. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    If you haven’t heard of the fact that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed had correspondence with a person from Great Britian you haven’t been paying attention. This information came out days ago and
    here is the link:

    Please note the date:

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jan/12/khalid-sheikh-mohammed-british-care-worker

    You maybe need to reach out to more websites for your information.

    Pam, I don’t think that it’s so much a case of them not knowing, but of them not caring.

  269. I look forward to the evidence of the 6 times the IRS has harassed some obscure dude in Alaska. The yahoos reporting this “fact” might wanna find out if he’s any good at filling out tax forms first.

    Btw, the IRS has been harassing me every April 15th for decades. SOMEBODY GET ME HANNITY RIGHT NOW!

  270. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Larry, Mr. Peabody should’ve ghostwritten the book.

  271. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    those that the gods would destroy they first make king:
    http://news.yahoo.com/obama-dems-39-ll-act-without-congress-004736977–politics.html

    Hubris is usually followed by Nemesis.

  272. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    So……will this movie make $ or flop?

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jan/15/harvey-weinstein-and-meryl-streep-making-movie-att/

    It’ll be a massive flop. People go to movies as an escape, to be entertained. Not lectured by an obvious putz.

  273. I’m shocked – after all the barking about Phil Robertson and the whole publicity stunt A&E conjured up and all the promotion FoxNews.com and ABCNews.com gave to that show tonight, my Facebook and Twitter have been a duck free zone all day. And I know A LOT of rednecks who watch that show religiously.

  274. Been a lot of anti-gun movies. The only people that go to them are anti-gun people. Makes them feel good; changes nothin. Liberal Hollywood as an enemy is one of the NRA’s biggest assets. Bring it on.

    Disclosure: I am the NRA.

  275. 10 searches bring up the same comment, followed by “Hey, how ’bout that IRS with the scandals and Obama, amirite, people?”

    Chuck Heath, Jr. wrote on Facebook that his father had never heard from the IRS before 2008. Since then, he said, the IRS has tried to “dig up something on him but he’s always operated above board.”

    “Coincidence? You decide,” he wrote.

    He continued:

    My father, who worked multiple jobs and faithfully and honestly paid his taxes for fifty years, had never heard a word from the IRS. In 2008, his daughter was tapped to run for vice president of the United States. Since that time, he has been, in his words “horribly harassed” six times by the agency. They’ve tried to dig up something on him but he’s always operated above board.
    Government and politics are ugly. Kudos to the few that are trying to clean it up.

    I guess this hasn’t actually made it to Fox News yet, so that’s a good thing. This guy’s gonna need something better than “my old man says the IRS is mean to him”.

  276. I should have caught myself at “hasn’t actually made it to Fox News yet”. Why are we talking about a Facebook post repeated on a few (some quite disturbing that I saw) righty blogs? The Palin story has yet to be proven anything but mindless bleating, and hasn’t appeared on cable news. I apologize for addressing it.

  277. savefarris Says:

    So……will this movie make $ or flop?

    Doesn’t matter. It’s already won Best Picture.

  278. Joe:” I seriously underestimated that kid; he’s a badass.
    Andy: “I follow him on Twitter. If he takes that attitude he has on Twitter and exhibits it on the air, his show will be worth watching.”
    Joe: “Exactly, Andy. Give him two hours and a handheld camera. I’m all in. It’s got to be better than The Cycle!”

    ^^LOL! I told you guys not to base your judgement of Farrow on the fact he’s young, good looking and a celebrity. Now you’re totally in the bag for the guy after a single tweet.🙂

  279. In our defense, Fritz, it’s THE BEST TWEET IN THE HISTORY OF SINCE PEOPLE TWEET THINGS.😉

  280. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Had Ronan Frank’s connections, Woody would be sleeping with the fishes.

  281. I’m thinking that Ailes is so powerful, programing Greta isn’t much of a trick, but that he can program CNN… Now THAT’S something!
    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/reverend-jeremiah-wright-dr-king-had-a-dream-obama-has-a-drone/

  282. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    I’m thinking that Ailes is so powerful, programing Greta isn’t much of a trick, but that he can program CNN… Now THAT’S something!
    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/reverend-jeremiah-wright-dr-king-had-a-dream-obama-has-a-drone/

    Remember Obama’s quip “I’m getting really good at killing people?”

    Well, now his chickens are coming home to roost.

  283. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Time for me to shut down. I have to have the car at the garage at 7 AM to have a new veeblefetzer installed.

  284. I’m predicting the Sherman book will do so poorly it will be outsold by O’Reilly’s next book, SHOOTING GARFIELD.

    (Not the president, the cat)

  285. What does it say about “The Independents” that FBN is preempting the show for car auctions?

    Barrett Jackson Scottsdale’s gone from a headline program on SPEED Channel one year ago to filler content on FOX Sports 2 and FOX Business. Just, wow.

  286. Just wait, Andy. A Truck race is gonna start on FBN (or the internet) while FS1 finishes basketball or UFC. It’s gonna be like the crap early days of NASCAR and CART on ESPN.

  287. finished Season 2, Farris… YIKES!

  288. savefarris Says:

    Spoilers ahoy for those who haven’t watched Season II of Breaking Bad…
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    So there were 4 episodes that had pink teddy bear openings. They titles for those episodes were:

    2-1: Seven Thirty Seven
    2-4: Down
    2-10: Over
    2-13: ABQ

    Right in front of our faces the whole time…

    And the show gets only awesomer from here. I’d keep one eye on that chicken man if I were you…

  289. Season 3 starts with a bang!

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