Saturday, May 31, 2008


I will be offline for several days. Moving is a bitch but I have the landlord from hell and I had to get away from him.
Hopefully, it won't take very long. But I will be watching the neverending battle between Keith and his lover BillO.

Securely Insecure

Yes, both Keith AND BillO are extremely insecure. Both are crybabies and whiners, but I'll have to say I truly enjoy watching BillO throw fits. It's hilarious.
With Keith, I just roll my eyes and say, "Oh brother". People really don't give a damn whether or not he got fired, laid off, quit or whatever. Or that he got paid for it. The fact is, both Keith and BillO like to toot their own horns. They like to try to make themselves look as if they are all that. But let's get back to reality. Neither one of them are worth spit.

BillO is just plain insane. And Keith truly is crazy. If he wants to get up there and explain what happened 7 YEARS AGO then let him show his craziness.

As for Keith's money situation? It's not so much the money itself as it is the principle of the matter. He's been going along trying to convince people that he's this upstanding moral citizen when in fact he's just a loser.
Unfortunately he's been able to woo a lot of people that he wouldn't hesitate stabbing in the back if he thought it would make him come out smelling like roses.
When he said he doesn't have three friends? He wasn't kidding. Even though it sounded like a joke, it wasn't.
I suspect those who become his "friend" learn early on that a relationship with him would be volatile, and that their life would mean nothing unless it had something to do with him.
In other words, a friend to him means you would have to spend all your time kissing his ass and doing exactly what he wants you to do.

So yes, he is very secure in his insecurities. And he doesn't mind showing it. But he does it more subtly than BillO.

Friday, May 30, 2008

Go Figure

At least I was smart enough to file for bankruptcy when I was in trouble. Don't you just love it when someone throws judgement at someone else and then bases relationships on money, especially when they themselves are in deep doodoo at the time?

Bad decision

I had the feeling something was gonna come back and bite Keith in the ass.

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Hmmm, Okay ;-)

That was a good interview tonight. I was among many people who made fun of McClellan but I saw something in him that apparently a lot of other people didn't see. I saw disgust. Especially when he was leaving. But I still made fun of him.
You never really know someone until you've had a chance to listen to them talk about things other than "no comment". And Scott McClellan is a very smart guy. I think the Bush and his cronies underestimated his intelligence. I think we all did.
I'm not saying this just because he's going against Bush's Admin. and that I'm a democrat. I'm saying this because I truly did see something in him close to the end there.
Keith finally asked all the right questions.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Great Pretender

Now that was uncomfortable, wasn't it? Keith sitting there trying to get everybody to believe he's having a "relationship" with a "woman"? hehehe. In reality, there's only one person Keith has a relationship with and that would be Keith. The little girl is only there to fill in when he wants sex, and for him to think he's not a failure when it comes to females.
There is no reason to believe that he actually has conversations with this little girl.
One thing that Paul said I thought was funny. He said that if she asks him to go see that stupid ass movie then he needs to start dating someone else.
I couldn't agree more.

Funny too is that Keith regularly tells some people to grow up. Let's see, before you start telling someone to grow up you might want to take a good long look at yourself first. He's 49 years old and he only wants sex with a daughter figure. Um, that reeks of immaturity and eeewwwwness. So don't tell others to grow up when you can't seem to pull your "manhood" out of a child long enough to let yourself become a man.

The show was good tonight until Keith found some insane need to go personal. Live. On air. For a million people to witness just how difficult it is for him to separate his professional life from his personal life.
Way to go Keith. You just managed to look incredibly stupid tonight.

on edit: Keith was right about one thing. He doesn't have three friends.

Tuesday, May 27, 2008


If it wasn't for Oddball, The Best Persons and Derrick Pitts, Countdown would've sucked tonight.

I didn't realize that someone could actually fall in love with an inanimate object. I thought it was a joke. Seriously. I saw an episode of Boston Legal where this woman was in love with her radio. It cracked me up because I didn't believe it. Huh. I guess it's true.
But then if you think about it most guys are inanimate objects OR they have one. So there really is truth there.

Also, is it really that surprising that McClellan is telling on Bush and his cronies? When he left he looked rather perturbed. When he was there he looked rather perturbed. I'm starting to think that the so called "news" people are just plain naive..or blind.

Ah but Derrick Pitts is one of the most fascinating people I have ever had the pleasure of listening to. Thank you Countdown for this one great find.

Monday, May 26, 2008

Exploding Special Comment

I believe what Shrillary said deserved a major tongue lashing but Keith's "special comment" was overthetop. By that, I mean, if he's not careful his Michael Bolton forehead vein is gonna burst one of these days and it's just gonna be downright messy. This isn't something I care to witness but I'll watch it anyway.

It was a good commentary but sometimes I wonder if Keith does these just to hear his own voice, and/or to see how loud and angry he can act. They're ridiculous. Not the words, mind you, the delivery. His performances are extremely stupid. I seriously believe that these words would go over so much better if he did them in a more quiet way.
If you present an argument, or commentary, with a quiet but firm stance then it becomes more believable. When he lowered his voice during this "special comment" it made me listen more carefully and I wasn't more inclined to tune it out.
When people talk about his commentaries one of the first things I read is, "Wow he was really angry". Um, yeah, you can't help but notice that. He throws it out so hard you have to back up for fear that your t.v. is gonna explode.
Sometimes a quiet approach makes for a stronger delivery.

Now off topic..sort of.

Normally I wouldn't link to this place but I find this more true to form than most anything else they've mentioned.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Yellow Play

Countdown was good tonight. Thank God.
Jonathan Turley was on. Haven't seen him in a long time.
Oddball was hilarious. Nothing funnier than a bunch of male idiots playing with their pee.
Rachel Maddow talks about gay marriage and John McStupid.
And Keith actually admitted 50% of marriages end in divorce.
Good show.

The only thing I didn't like was all the McCain talk. Way too much of it. I don't mind the occasional McCain bashing but it's not necessary to go that far. He's not going to win, so basically, it's just a waste of air time that could be spent on other matters. Preferably, oh, I don't know, news? Just a thought.
Of course, Keith isn't going to do the news anymore because if he did he'd lose most of his audience. He picked up a large political audience and decided to turn his show into a soft Hardball.

Off topic..kind of. I figured out what kind of career bonehead would be perfect at. No, not porn.
She'd be perfect as an E News correspondent or someone in the studio. Along side Ryan Seacrest. Since she's basically Hollywood(actress) she would fit right in. She looks like those people on that show. She bobbles her head just like them and she even sounds like them.
Californians love Hillary. They would love her too.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Kevin Spacey?

I like him, but what an awkward interview. Keith is so far out of Kevin's league that he looked like an elementary school boy waiting for his first kiss from the high school prom queen.
Keith needs to remember one thing though, actors act just like actresses do. He doesn't stand a chance.

Countdown was just plain adolescent tonight. In fact, I got up and left for a while. Seriously, I thought there for a moment I was watching a child holding himself just so he wouldn't pee his pants.

I did watch some of the primary last night. Obama's speech was, as usual, awesome. I don't listen to or watch Hillary because her perpetual smirk and shreaking voice makes me think of how bonehead is gonna be when she gets old. They're quite a lot alike.
Haha. Keith has Hillary to wake up to every day. No wonder he makes fun of her all the time.

Monday, May 19, 2008

Taken Out Of Context?

The President replied: “Doomsday scenario of course is that extremists throughout the Middle East would be emboldened, which would eventually lead to another attack on the United States.
“The biggest issue we face is, it‘s bigger than Iraq, it‘s this ideological struggle against cold-blooded killers who will kill people to achieve their political objectives.”

Mr. Bush, at long last, has it not dawned on you that the America you have now created, includes ‘cold-blooded killers who will kill people to achieve their political objectives‘? They are those in, or formerly in, your employ, who may yet be charged some day with war crimes. Through your haze of self-congratulation and self-pity, do you still have no earthly clue that this nation has laid waste to Iraq to achieve your political objectives?

Is Keith really saying our soldiers are cold blooded killers? I'm not so sure that's what he's implying at all. It is true that this nation has laid waste to Iraq. I don't think Keith is referring to the soldiers. He's referring to Bush and his cronies- as well as groups such as Blackwater. Our troops follow orders so I don't believe that Keith would say that about them.
Now I could be wrong because only the Lord and Keith knows how his brain functions half the time, but fair is fair and I felt the need to defend him. I'll probably wake up in a cold sweat tonight doing this but I believe Keith really cares about our troops. And I'm sure he's just like everybody else who would like to see them all come home.
But afterwards that's when we all part company. He goes to his big house in the sky and plays with himself while the rest of the country, including our troops, goes home and struggles.

And, if you look at it closely enough, Keith's "special comments" are designed specifically to get a rise out of those who don't like him, and to get some ooohs and aaaahs from those who do.
So everybody fell for it. Including me. But then, I kinda sorta in a way like his commentaries.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

A Breath Of Fresh Air

I finally got to see Rachel Maddow fill in for Keith. The show itself wasn't all that great, with the exception of the BillO video(which totally cracked me up), but she did a good job.
It was like being able to take a deep breath and there actually being air in the room to breathe in. When Keith is on he has the tendency to suck it all out.
Maybe that's why he's gained so much weight.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Oh Look

The bonehead is starting to understand. What is she now? 15?

Oh and, by the way, she went back to work. And sporting a new cap.abandoned baby Hahahaha.

Gain weight.

Dying Is Easy. Comedy Is Hard.

I could watch that BillO video over and over and not get bored with it. The # 1 story tonight was hilarious. The minute that lady mentioned BillO's hatred for women I laughed even harder.
Countdown outdid itself tonight. Bravo.

And there was more comedy. Did you watch McCain's face while he was speaking in tongues? You could tell that everything that was going out wasn't coming back in. I don't think he understood a word he said. His eyes were buggy and he concentrated way too hard. Just the look on his face told the whole story.

Good stuff.

Lose weight. That picture at the Newshole was funny in the sense that Keith was posing at an angle. I was once a model and I know that when you pose certain ways it tends to hide certain aspects. Silly.
Even though it was a good picture he still needs to lose weight.

Just A Mention

If you've never heard of Michael Baisden you should check him out. I've been listening to his show now for a few months and have come to enjoy it.
The reason I'm mentioning it here is because today he mentioned Keith's "special comment". He said it was great.
I'm not disputing that fact. Keith's comments are always good. It's his performances that are hard to swallow.
Anyway, I believe Mr. Baisden is a fan. Or he is of this particular "special comment".
No, he doesn't talk about Keith. He talks about all kinds of things. Some serious and some funny. But it's worth a listen.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

One Question

Why do you suppose Keith is starting to address the 'not so subtle' comments on Kos?

Oh Hillary! You're So Funny

Primarily idiotic.

I only watch bits and pieces of the primaries because I can't stand to listen to the same shit over and over. However, I turned it on just in time to hear Keith say something along the lines of, "If the roles were reversed we'd be watching cartoons right now".
I couldn't agree more with that statement.
Hillary is an idiot. Maybe she's the one who needs some of that Exfixor(sp?)

Now getting to the "special comment". I understand that it was a very serious topic, which I'm not disputing in the least, BUT Keith's "anger" was so over the top that it made me chuckle. I actually stopped listening to the words and just watched what amounted to a scene out of some B movie. Atrocious.

The only thing good about Countdown tonight was the news about Edwards endorsing Obama. And Chuck Todd. And Richard Wolffe.

Lose weight.

Monday, May 12, 2008

It Makes Him Happy

There's only one person who can make Keith happy. Bill O'Reilly. Everytime Keith even mentions BillO's name you can almost see his tail wag. But I do have to say that video was hilarious. I think he should show it again. At least a couple more times.

Countdown was good. AGAIN. Damn, what are they trying to do?
Oddball was cute...well, except for the finger guy which I figure there's going to be some references to Keith somewhere.

Didn't I tell you Hillary is a sore loser? It seems everybody is starting to finally get a sense of humor out of all of this. It's about time. I suspect Hillary is gonna be the brunt of many jokes to come.

Lose weight.

Saturday, May 10, 2008

I Find This Interesting

Well, I'm utterly confused

One grandfather was a fireman and the other a sewer repair superintendent. My father is an architect who didn't go to college. I can't handle wiring but actually repaired a pool filter once and can manage hammer-and-nails stuff. Oh, and from your poll, Bill Nye and I were at Cornell at the same time (Bill Maher too).
"If you're going through hell - keep going!" -- Winston Churchill

by Keith Olbermann on Mon May 05, 2008 at 09:48:08 PM PDT

What I'm getting from this statement, of course I had to read the whole thing to understand it, is that the person who wrote this post thinks Keith doesn't get it. So Keith replies with something so incredible stupid that I just had to post it.
Just from his reply alone tells me he doesn't get it. I've been saying for quite a while that Keith can't relate to those Americans, which is most of them, who struggle from day to day. Though he worked his way to the top it doesn't mean he was ever truly at the bottom. He can't appreciate the hardships most people go through while he's sitting in his multi-million dollar condo getting fatter with a 24 year old girl.
Keith is most definitely "elite". Mostly Hollywood elite. He has common sense but not enough to do what's right. Just because he was "smart" enough to go against the Bush administration when no body else would do it doesn't automatically make him "salt of the earth".
The only time I see him actually put his feet on the ground is when he talks about our troops. Otherwise, he floats around with his big giant head trying to pretend he can relate. And the only reason he's blogging on that site is so he can maintain an audience.
I don't believe for one minute that he gives a damn about those people. The last sentence from his reply tells a great deal about him.

Friday, May 9, 2008

Tom Brady..Shhhh

Nobody wants to hear about anybody's personal fetishes. Seriously. And thank God Keith has stopped talking about his stupid little girl, who obviously isn't working anymore. Which, I think, got fired. I don't know if that's a fact. I just know it sounds good.

Countdown was good again. What a surprise. Oddball has definitely been much better this year than last year, and I'm praying early that we don't get the Christmas Oddball Extravaganza thrown at us again. Please. Too much of a good thing isn't a good thing anymore.
I know, here's an idea. It may be hard to comprehend so read carefully. How about something NEW? That would be a good thing.

Lastly. Keith needs to lose weight. And he should also be careful of how he says things on DKo's. Some of it's looking a little familiar. Um, go back to personal fetishes.

On edit: Saturday May 10, 11:37 a.m.
I see they deleted those "personal" comments. Good for them. I guess.

Thursday, May 8, 2008

Tim Russert Knows

Dana Milbank is funny. I like him. Tonight's Countdown was really good. Especially oddball. I absolutely loved the tuba player tripping that boy. And how many ways can you say "awwww" about a cute green puppy. ;-)

Anyway, on to the politics. Hillary is still a sore loser. She should listen to Tim Russert. And everybody else who knows when it's time to quit.
Now McCain? That's an interesting story. This is what I'm thinking. The democrats aren't going after him for his preacher problems because they know that McCain doesn't get it.
Have you ever spoken to a dog, preferably your pet, and he/she cocks its head to one side because they're trying to comprehend what the human is saying? Well, that's McCain. I mean, half of the time he doesn't even know where he is, which in and of itself is really sad, and I'm not even sure if he understands that he's actually running for the Presidency, so I think they feel sorry for him.
He's not gonna win and they know it. So why fight someone who is oblivious to anything that goes on beyond his own personal space?

Politics on Countdown has been boring until tonight. Good job.
Personal advice to Keith. Lose weight. At least some of it. Otherwise you're just gonna keep getting fatter and fatter, and then little girl is gonna have to take care of you the way a 24 year old girl shouldn't have to take care of an old boyfriend. But then, that's what she signed up for, isn't it? Must be exciting.


Man, Hillary is such a crybaby. What the hell does she have against NBC? Could it be that they know she's not going to win but aren't kissing her ass like she wants them to?
Yep, she's definitely a sore loser.

Wednesday, May 7, 2008


That was a good caption.
I enjoyed Countdown tonight. Even Keith salivating over the big boob story was pretty good. I can almost see him watching that video for the first time. His eyes popped wide open and his first word was "mercy". Then he got horny.

Didn't care too much for that last story but I do have to say that the stadium is impressive. However, he could've left giggles at home. She was chuckling at nothing. He wasn't funny but yet she giggled. Go figure. Oh, and Lord, he has reeeeeaaaaaally gained weight.
Speaking of giggles. Whatever happened to her career? I haven't seen any recent videos. Do you think maybe they might be protecting her from the bad bad public scrutiny? Ah, poor baby, we hurt her feelings.
But then, maybe she realized she really does suck and decided to work behind the scenes instead. That would be a smart move.
But then, who the fuck cares. All I know is that I think it's her fault that Keith is going down that horrible road he's on.
I don't remember him talking about himself as much as he's been doing for the past couple of years. It would be silly if he was still trying to impress her, wouldn't it? Cuz, who else could he possibly be impressing?
His fans are already impressed, so it can't be them. Hmmmm. Something to think about.

Just Quit Already

I think Clinton is a sore loser. Either that or reality doesn't play a role in her life. She needs to drop out now and let Obama get on with his campaign. Seriously, what makes her think that she will ever overcome Obama? It's just not gonna happen.
She needs to stop making those annoying speeches about how wonderful she thinks she is and start bringing the democratic party together and stand behind Obama.
Just quit already. Geez.

Monday, May 5, 2008

Kal Penn

I thought that guy looked familiar. He plays on the t.v. show House. That's a good show. Anyway, I enjoyed that interview. However, Keith is a whore. If he could change his gender on a regular basis he would screw every actor or actress who has ever said they watch his show or is on his show.
Keith wants so badly to be one of them.

Enough of that right now.
Countdown was its usual bore. Nothing new with politics. Though the "rules" were pretty good and the interview with Kal Penn was good, the rest of the show was snoozeville.

Sunday, May 4, 2008

Obama Criticizes Clinton


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Barack Obama scolded Democratic rival Hillary Rodham Clinton on Sunday for saying that the United States would "totally obliterate" Iran if it attacks Israel, and likened her to President Bush. Clinton stood by her comment.

The foreign policy dustup came as the two candidates appeared separately on dueling Sunday news shows and as the drawn-out fight for the Democratic nomination grew ever more fierce ahead of the next pivotal pair of primaries, in Indiana and North Carolina on Tuesday.

Seeking the advantage, Obama seized on Clinton's recent answer when asked what she would do if she wins the White House and Iran attacked Israel with nuclear weapons.
"I want the Iranians to know that if I'm the president, we will attack Iran," Clinton said April 22 in an interview with ABC. "In the next 10 years, during which they might foolishly consider launching an attack on Israel, we would be able to totally obliterate them."

On Wednesday, Iran strongly condemned Clinton for her remarks. Iran's deputy U.N. ambassador, Mehdi Danesh-Yazdi, called her comment "provocative, unwarranted and irresponsible" and "a flagrant violation" of the U.N. Charter.

On "Meet the Press" Sunday, Obama said: "It's not the language we need right now, and I think it's language reflective of George Bush. We have had a foreign policy of bluster and saber rattling and tough talk and in the meantime have made a series strategic decisions that have actually strengthened Iran."

He also suggested Clinton's comments were politically motivated.
"Senator Clinton during the course of the campaign has said we shouldn't speculate about Iran, we've got to be cautious when we're running for president, she scolded me on a couple of occasions on this issue, yet a few days before an election, she's willing to use that language," he said.
Clinton, asked on ABC's "This Week" about Obama's criticism, said she had no regrets about her comment.
"Why would I have any regrets? I'm asked a question about what I would do if Iran attacked our ally, a country that many of us have a great deal of, you know, connection with and feeling for, for all kinds of reasons. And, yes, we would have massive retaliation against Iran," Clinton said.
"I don't think they will do that, but I sure want to make it abundantly clear to them that they would face a tremendous cost if they did such a thing," she said.

The two also squared off anew over Clinton's proposal for a gas tax holiday this summer, which Obama opposes.
Obama called the proposal a "classic Washington gimmick" that wouldn't solve anything and would save only $28 for each person. Asked if the proposal amounted to a politician pandering, Obama said, "Yes."

Clinton, for her part, disputed Obama's suggestions that she and Republican candidate John McCain were the same because they both support a gas tax holiday.
"Senator McCain has said take off the gas tax, don't pay for it, throw us further into deficit and debt. That is not what I've proposed," Clinton said, adding that she wants the oil companies to pay the gas tax instead of consumers this summer.

Pressed to name an economist who supports such a holiday, Clinton demurred. "I'm not going to put my lot in with economists because I know if we did it right, if we actually did it right, if we had a president who used all the tools of his presidency, we would decide it in such a way that it would be implemented effectively."

Obama leads in the hunt for convention delegates - 1,742.5 to 1,607.5, according to an Associated Press count Sunday - but has hit a rough patch over the past month. That has Clinton sensing an opening after a strong win in Pennsylvania nearly two weeks ago. Still, the delegate math works in Obama's favor, and it will be difficult for Clinton to overtake him.

Nevertheless, Clinton suggested anew she had no intention of dropping out, saying on ABC: "When the process finishes in early June, people can look at all the various factors and decide who would be the strongest candidate" to go up against McCain in the fall.

Both candidates were focusing the bulk of their Sunday campaigning on Indiana, where polls show the race extremely close. They stayed overnight in Indianapolis hotels one block apart, and both were campaigning within miles of each other in Fort Wayne before returning to the capital city for the Indiana Democratic Party's Jefferson Jackson Dinner.

But North Carolina was getting some last-minute attention, too. Both candidates shuffled their schedules to dart back to the state on Monday, reflecting the tightening contest there; polls show Clinton trimming Obama's lead.

Saturday, May 3, 2008

If You Think My Writing Is Poor...

Check out this piece of shit. Nothing has been edited, moved around or deleted. And then she had the audacity to give advice.

youre peice is informative. its nice to see someone questioning the validity of propostions that will effect the lives of countless people who probably have no clue about it. i think you can make the peice even better if you have some more cover video and b roll.

if youre interested in political reporting. check out my pieces on john mccain and bill richardson.-katy tur 4/1/07

Friday, May 2, 2008

Completely And Utterly Off Topic


Well. That Was Boring.

Except for the entertainment of waiting to see if Richard Lewis was gonna have a stroke.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Wasn't Worth The Mention

BillO is an idiot. Everybody knows that every time he opens his mouth something stupid comes out. And that's putting it mildly. If you don't believe me just ask Keith. He can't wait to tell you. But BillO saying his interview with Hillary was "world exclusive" wasn't even worth the mention.
What I saw in Keith about that was jealousy. He looked jealous and he sounded jealous. Why would he be jealous you ask? Because BillO's ratings for that interview were big. Bigger than Keith's. I'm just waiting for the day that those two stand side by side, throw down their trousers and pull out the measuring tape.
Keith needs to face it. His ratings are never going to maintain a lead over BillO's. Unfortunately. But I choose to stick with Keith because he's the lesser of the two evils. And every great once in a while he's even funny. And there's a thorn in there somewhere.

I'm gonna change the subject to something more interesting. Did Maria Milito dress for success last night? And was she successful? Don't get me wrong, I like her. I just thought her outfit was a bit inappropriate..unless.....;-)

On to better things. I was so into the Obama's interview on Countdown tonight that it startled me when it ended. They are so mesmerizing. I love them.