What’s Hot/What’s Not: Submissions…

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

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

  1. motownman Says:

    Hot: Outnumbered. Roger Ailes strikes again
    Hot: Chris Jansing to the White House beat. So deserving.

  2. NOT: anything now, yesterday, and in the future connected to GAWKER. World without end, ahmen.

  3. HOT: Benghazi. Sorry boys, can’t put that fire out as public demand for the truth still strong.

  4. motownman Says:

    NOT: For reasons know only to them, FNC has not mentioned the White House Correspondents Dinner this weekend, even though several of their personalities attended.

  5. HOT: Racism — the sin that will get a public person pillared as fast as exposure of adultery would have in the Puritan Age. Cable news had buckets of scarlet “R” paint at the ready.

  6. joeremi Says:

    Well yeah, racism is kind of a bad thing. Especially if you’re a white guy who owns a team with lots of black people on it, and tell your girlfriend you give them the money they earn for you.

  7. It’s pretty much always a bad thing

  8. joeremi Says:

    Yes, I said that. Your comment implied that The Terrible Awful Media was at fault for noticing the racist old douchebag. Pick a position.

  9. You jumped to the wrong conclusion.

  10. Grandpa Dave Says:

    HOT: Gawker, J.K. Trotter vs FNC and Shepard Smith.
    HOT: Chris Jansing moved to White House Correspondent making room for more POV.

    NOT: Using Twitter as your news source.

  11. joeremi Says:

    HOT: Racism — the sin that will get a public person pillared as fast as exposure of adultery would have in the Puritan Age. Cable news had buckets of scarlet “R” paint at the ready.

    Yeah, no. This comment clearly states that being accused of racism now is similar to being targeted with a scarlet R for adultery in the Puritan Age, the implication being that both are equally ridiculous. I’m not interested in being told one thing, then being told I wasn’t told that one thing.

  12. you jumped to the wrong implication.

  13. Put on your thinking cap. A clue is in the comparison, but not that either is ridiculous. A second clue is that you have been drawn to make one of your rare, but always welcome appearances. That’s part of my point.

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