What’s Hot/What’s Not: Submissions…

Post your nominations to this week’s What’s Hot/What’s Not. I’ll post the finalists on Sunday night…

27 Responses to “What’s Hot/What’s Not: Submissions…”

  1. HOT: the offensive tweet heard round the world.
    HOT: the apology to the RNC from top dog Griffin as this time the offense came on MSNBC stationary.

    NOT: public trust in NBC/MSNBC is the lowest of the low.
    NOT: SOTU -a cold nothing on a cold evening
    NOT: Nobody misses the WEATHER channel
    NOT: Tapper interview with POTUS. Nothingness.

  2. KINDA WARM MAYE? :

    As the headline in the NYT proclaims: “CHRISTIE LINKED TO KNOWLEDGE OF SHUT LANES” but a strong link? A weak link?

    SO — What did he know? When did he know it?
    Not a clue, but let’s jump to page one headline there will be something chewy to feast one. Yum.

  3. Not: Megyn Kelly making Michelle Malkin the creator of the outrage over the MSNBC offensive tweet.
    Not: FNC’s daily coverage as if Obama is the first president to use executive orders int he history of this country.
    Not: Now at 4pm on MSNBC changing it’s format to be another generic MSNBC politics discussion show.

  4. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    NOT: Snow to sleet to rain to freezing rain to snow.

  5. “FNC’s daily coverage as if Obama is the first president to use executive orders int he history of this country.”

    ^^Obama has actually issued the fewest number executive orders since Grover Cleveland; but to hear Republicans, right wing blogs and FNC you’d think he was the reincarnation of FDR. Interesting case study on how if you scream a lie loudly and often enough your base takes it as the truth.

  6. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Fritz, it’s his threats to issue Executive Orders if he doesn’t get his way that have people taking notice. And, he is issuing orders that change the application of laws passed by Congress. Only Congress can change passed legislation. So, you might want to rethink that “case study,” because it is based on an invalid premise.

  7. HOT: PPP poll finds FNC is the most trusted news network – mainly among Conservatives.

    NOT HOT: PPP poll also finds FNC is the least trusted news network – mainly among Moderates and Liberals.

  8. Nixon, temperature here went from -18° Wednesday to 55° now. Gave me a chance to rebuild the electric fence the cows smashed through.

  9. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    We are at a toasty 37°.

  10. It’s 55° now sad that this is “open the windows” weather.

  11. After what two dozen cows did in my yard for a week, I won’t be able to open the windows until Labor Day.

  12. From what I saw on Twitter, Malkin deserved a ton of credit

  13. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    From what I saw on Twitter, Malkin deserved a ton of credit

    She did, Lonestar. And it, once again, showed MSNBC for what they are. An isolated incident would be one thing. But these are constant occurrences.

  14. savefarris Says:

    HOT: Paying College Players. Some reporter is going to ask either Obama or Carney about this union-and-sport-happy President his opinion about players in his hometown organizing. And once the President weighs in, the issue will go nuclear.

    HOT: MSNBC. Smear first, apologize later. Rinse. Repeat.

    HOT: Not Atlanta

    NOT: Chris Christie knew!!! Or … he knew someone that knew. Or might have known that someone who said they didn’t know knew. Or something. Whatever we can use against the Gov.

    NOT: Republicans starting to show weakness on Immigration. Expect Democrats to pull out the dagger and flood the zone with sob stories trying to push it over the finish line.

  15. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    HOT: Paying College Players. Some reporter is going to ask either Obama or Carney about this union-and-sport-happy President his opinion about players in his hometown organizing. And once the President weighs in, the issue will go nuclear.

    Some colleges have been paying players for years, if you know what I mean.

  16. Republicans and immigration, the handwriting is on the wall: the day of the illegal is coming to an end, get with the program.

    We have so many Latinos here in the Midwest of Ohio every little town over a few thousand people has one or more “authentic” Mexican restaurants. And boy, do these folks integrate well. They are community oriented and socially activity. Got one family with a boy on our middle school wresting team with dad and mom signing up on every volunteer list. They are our friends and neighbors and our kids friends. We want ’em here.

  17. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Foreigners come in and eventually take over. My people learned this the hard way.😆

    And, yes, it was a joke.

  18. It was pretty much over by the time we Irish got here.

  19. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    It was pretty much over by the time we Irish got here.

    At least you brought redheads, so you’ve got that going for you.

  20. Larry, I’ve said for years that I’d rather have the work ethic that many “illegal immigrants” have in this country than the lack of work ethic a great many of our own have.

  21. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    HOT: Dylan Farrow’s letter to NYT telling in graphic detail what Chester the Molester, er, I mean Woody did.

  22. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    ^
    Mabye, just mabye, people will come to realize what a piece of garbage Woody Allen is, and treat him accordingly.

    But I’m not betting on it.

  23. savefarris Says:

    ^ Nixon, you’ve still got Hollywooders defending Roman Polanski.

    As long as you can make a film that appeals to the Upper West Side, Hollywood will always have your back. But say something nice about Republicans …

  24. The deal is that none of the Hollywood folk worked for Penn State.

  25. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    Nixon, you’ve still got Hollywooders defending Roman Polanski.

    As long as you can make a film that appeals to the Upper West Side, Hollywood will always have your back. But say something nice about Republicans …

    I remember how they all rallied to the pervert’s defense when he was arrested in Switzerland.

  26. Nixon - niila niihpikiiookwa meentwasiaani Says:

    NOT: The Super Bowl was an utter blowout.

  27. Hot: Russell Wilson, (Seahawks quarterback) who played for the Wisconsin Badgers guided by a former Wisconsin Badger quarterback, Darrell Bevell, who is Seattle’s offensive coordinator (who was also the quarterback coach for Brett Favre when the Packers won the Super Bowl) The whole team is guided by General Manager, John Schneider, who grew up just outside of Green Bay and used to be a scout for the Green Bay Packers. John Schneider was the one that convinced Seattle to draft Russell Wilson!

    Lots of Wisconsin represented on the winning Seahawks team!

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