Anyone tune in to this after the Daily Show? I laughed more than I did watching the Daily Show. The guy is such a smartass.
That's what I've heard other people say. I've only caught bits and pieces of O'Reilly's show, so I couldn't tell. He seems like a nasty SOB who just trashes his guests, so I've never watched it for more than a few minutes.BeNice said:Yeah, he even kind of parodied O'Reilly, didn't he?
I don't know. I've seen O'Reilly have people's mics cut off before because he doesn't agree with what they're saying, or call them stupid or ignorant or whatever. I guess it's not really "trashing" them, but he's not necessarily respectful of them either.millenniumman75 said:Bill O'Reilly doesn't trash his guests; he just doesn't let them get a word in edgewise. :stu
I don't really think it's like that. I think, the delivery of the humor tends to be a little arrogant, because he's pardodying (how the heck do you spell parody-ing? It's too late for me) obnoxious commentators like O'Reiley and friends, but I don't really see any mysoginy...The sense of humor was really really mysoginist in a "this is geared toward junior high boys who are discovering that girls aren't really icky, but useful for something else entirely" kind of way
Thanks for the compliment, friend. But, as far as I see it, Stephen Colbert is the symbol of American freedom enough for me. He and that bald eagle are one in the same--they both stand for all the same values, morals, and principles...friend_Z said:thumbs up, crucible. And, hey, nice avatar - but, wouldn't it be better if it was a majestic bald eagle?
The part about how cigarettes being good for healing wounds.... and aphrodisiac, was hillarious? :lolarchaic said:Is anyone else wishing they'd actually publish Alpha Squad 7: Lady Nocturne: A Tek Jansen Adventure?