Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Children Are Running Amok and Terrorists Still Kill

It's pretty obvious that Keith has been regressing for a while now but nothing speaks more to the truth than the stunt they pulled last night.
Countdown was good up to the point where everytime Rush Limbaugh's name was mentioned they put a bobbing Rush in the corner of my screen. That's all fine and dandy if you're 12, and the conversation at the time was about something less important or serious.
I like Jonathan Alter and I like to hear what he has to say, but this gross adolescent display of attempted humor was distracting, and spoke loud and clear that Keith no longer takes his job serious.

The conversation was, in my opinion, a very intense and very serious one. Terrorists kill people. Or has Keith forgotten that? To turn such a wonderful interview into a lame joke was at best childish and at worst disrespectful to his audience and to Jonathan Alter.
It had gotten so bad that I gave up trying to listen to what they were saying and just turned the t.v. off. I couldn't take it anymore.

Keith has done some really stupid things on his show but this one takes the cake. At that moment I actually did believe that he really is Un American. How can he forget 9/11? And how can he make light of the posssibility of another terrorist attack?
He has gotten so far to the point of regression that I'm not even sure he understands the magnitude of what took place last night.
He's so obsessed with belittling the right wing folk that he forgets his place. He forgets the reality of the loss of thousands of lives in order to make a stupid ass joke.

I no longer believe that Keith gives a damn about his show or respects, and/or appreciates, the importance of delivering a professional attitude towards his work.
And I no longer believe that he takes terrorist attacks serious anymore.

If he wants to run amok and pull childish pranks then he should do it on his own time and not when he's having a conversation on national television about terrorism and the blame game.
It was pathetic and disrespectful. And Keith and his staff should be ashamed.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Is It Right or Just Best Interest?

From this day forward I can never look at Keith the same way. I was already starting to see his constant confusion and contradictions, and now with his stupidity towards Rush Limbaugh's rant I've decided that Keith can't see the forest for the trees anymore.

I can't stand Rush Limbaugh but what he was saying was right. MSNBC, and especially Keith, have based their shows on FOX, Rush and O'Reilly, in order to get ratings. It seems that whenever something happens, an event or whatever, it isn't about that particular subject anymore. It's about what Rush, FOX anchors or BillO says about it.
There's no way Keith could ever go a month without mentioning them. I think he's too afraid that he would actually have to do something real for a change.

I'm not saying that those people don't deserve a bashing, but does it have to be all the time? Every day? What Rush was saying was turned completely around by Keith to make himself look like the good guy. Between those two? There is no good guy. Every single one of them are just a bunch of children spitting on each other.

I've said this before, a long time ago, that Keith is the Don Rickles of prime time cable "news". He's not happy unless he's bashing somebody. But then, Keith being the mental case that he is, maybe he does this for his own sake. He bashes these people because he's just like them and in order for him to bash himself he takes it out on others.
So, in a sense, he's bashing himself on a regular basis because his ego won't let him admit that he's just as bad as they are...or worse.

He needs a new therapist because the one he's seeing now isn't working. I suspect this person is telling him to laugh it off instead of facing it head on. Keith's problems will never be solved if this is the case. He will just continue the rest of his life thinking that what he's doing is in his best interest.
Just because something is in your best interest doesn't make it right. And what he's doing is not right.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Does He or Doesn't He?

I had the feeling that Keith really does care what people say about him. I got home just in time to see his rant and thought how strange it was for him to go all ballistic shortly after he states he "doesn't care what people say about him".

I'm not saying he doesn't have the right to get on DKos and tell everybody how he feels. He needs the sympathy. Afterall Katy isn't around to give it to him. Or has she already made it back? Either way, he has that right. But once again, he contradicted himself. Now it may be that he finally had all he could take with all this pushing back that he, of course, is now the victim. Unfortunately, he felt it necessary to talk about it on his show.

Keith made the choice to be a public figure. And he also made the choice to be an instigator, but did he really expect people to just sit back and let him walk all over them?
I've said time and again that if he can dish it out he damn well better take it. I don't believe that people should outright lie about him or make shit up but he's the one who started it and people are finally fighting back.

I would love nothing more than to feel sympathy for him but it's hard to do that when he brings it all on himself. It's not as if he's a innocent bystander who was picked out of a crowd to be persecuted. It had to start somewhere.

He kind of reminds me of my little brother. If he stumps his toe on a chair it's the chairs' fault for being their.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

WTF Moment

I like this new segment on Countdown. Now, I wonder how long it will take before Keith puts himself in it.

Also, wasn't it rather interesting to have that story about the bra that supposedly catches yourself a husband? Keith's choice of words during that was a little bit telling. Of course, we all know that since Keith isn't too quick to put the ring on her finger it's okay because it's him. If it was someone else it wouldn't be okay.

What Keith does is perfect. He can never be wrong. It's never his fault and he's never a part of the "conspiracy". He never starts fights and he never bullies. He has never put himself above anybody else. And he never hurt others to get what he wants.

And he never lies.

You go Keith. You're the world's greatest at everything you do. How could I ever possibly think that you could have been so mean at any point in your life? You're such a sweetheart of a guy.

Seriously, dude, I don't believe you.


Things have finally slowed down at work. Now maybe I can get on here more than once a week. Provided, of course, there's something to talk about.
But then, since Keith has become such a ding dong, and can't get his stories straight, there may be plenty to talk about.

So without further ado. Why do I get the feeling that Keith thinks he's the victim and doesn't feel he's been a part of any of this? He clearly says that Katy got her job on her "talents", which is incredibly laughable, and wants people to think he had nothing to do with it. I don't believe he believes that.
Hmm, I'm thinking, maybe he didn't have anything to do with it at all. Maybe it was those who hold his contract who did it. You know, the ones who forced him to live with that girl so he wouldn't go around having "relationships" with his fans?
But you can't be used without letting someone use you. And Keith is willing to let himself be the brunt of many many jokes and attacks in order to keep his job.
It's amazing what people will do for fame and fortune.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Almost There

I saw this coming a long time ago. I've been mentioning this kind of a situation for a long time and there it almost is. I say almost because she's not quite in the big leagues. Just a few more blow jobs and she should get what she wants.

When guys like Keith try to put a spin on what's obvious to everybody it just makes him look more and more ridiculous.

Olbermann tells TVNewser: "Anybody who suggests so is misinformed, and/or sadly unaware that in this time when the industry is collapsing around us, nobody gets a job based on 'influence,' only talent."

I like Luke Russert but he's not that good. Yet, he got a job, maybe temporarily, at NBC because he was born into NBC. Katy was not. She jumped into its pants. I can just about guarantee you that had she never moved in with Keith she wouldn't be working for NBC in any way shape or form. And Keith knows this. He's just stupid if he thinks people will believe otherwise.

This is what I hate about Keith. I don't hate Keith, personally, I hate what he's doing. One commenter had mentioned something about BillO. If BillO was in this same situation Keith would be pounding him into the ground over it. But yet, for Keith to do it, it's okay and everybody should be happy about it.
Well, Keith, how about explaining all of this to aaaaalllllllll those people who got laid off from the weather channel. Is it that they were making too much money and Katy is cheap? No, this is a pay off.
I'm telling you straight out. I smelled a rat when that girl moved in with him shortly after the karma incident.
There's something going on that isn't being told. And I think that something is Katy was promised a career if she would move in with Keith and make him seem as if he could maintain a relationship with someone so he wouldn't go around screwing with his fans. All speculation, of course, but it reeks of a major wrongdoing.

However, this isn't unheard of, unfortunately. But for Keith to be put in this situation, and to agree to it, makes it difficult to put any kind of faith in his loyalty to his fans.
I've noticed over the past couple or so years that he's been leaning more towards how quickly he can become a star than he is concerned about what he's actually doing.
He's no longer about the people, of course I'm not so sure he ever was but he did seem genuine. Now, it's all a game and if you don't play then you are worthless. But what makes it even worse is the fact that he can make such a lame statement about the economy and Katy's questionable talents and expect us to believe him.
That's truly truly sad.

Keith messed up big time this time. I never believed that relationship was based on love and now it's been proven. It has gotten so far to the point of no return. In other words, he cannot say or do anything that would make me believe otherwise. And I seriously doubt I'm the only one.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

They Should All Resign

Man, this dude is getting worse. I'm wondering if Keith is literally losing his mind. I have never seen him so confused and contradictory as he has been recently. This is not a good thing. We don't need someone who can't remember half the shit he says defending the left. Speaking in his language; he's way out in left field and he can't find his way home.

That being said, what is it with him stating that people should apologize and resign? I agree that the dumbass who thought it would be neat to scare the hell of New Yorkers by flying those planes over the city should resign, but the congresswoman who stuck her foot in her mouth a couple of times doesn't need to resign. If that's the case then they should all resign and Keith can run the country.
Oh but first, Keith should apologize for stealing money from fired co-workers and he should resign from his current job and apologize to all the women he treated like shit. And then he should start telling the truth.

If this country was run the way Keith would like it to run I'd guarantee you that the poor would die and the rich would get everything they could ever want. He can get up there and pretend he cares about that poor fella that got murdered and make it sound good, but deep within his soul he's just as evil as the next rich person.

When I listen to him give his personal opinions about the plights of Americans I just want to punch his fucking lights out. Not once does he stop to think about all the things he's done to others to get where he is. What he's doing is trying to get people to believe that he's a good person and that he really cares.
If he really cared then he wouldn't be crying foul about seasonal baseball tickets when he should be more concerned about the welfare of this country.

I've said it before and I'll say it again. And I'll probably say it more as time goes on. He has no idea what life is about.
He thinks that he's "in touch" with the common folk, when in fact, he has no clue how people live their lives. He thinks that everybody should think like him, act like him, love him and use his name whenever possible.

He's getting worse. And the more he tries to interact with others the more confused and bizarre he becomes. He really needs to stop and think about his life before he continues down a path that doesn't look good for him. He's losing these battles. And eventually he's going to lose the war.

All of this could be hereditary though. If it is then he definitely needs to get some help. And I say that sincerely. They do have medication that can clear up that thinking. There are ways that he can become a better person. But you have to want to be a better person.

Oh Keith, You're Such A Fool

LOL (11+ / 0-)

I'd imagine that aside from candidate diaries, more than 65% of discussion of everything on DailyKos is negative

Nothing benefits a critic better than being criticized.

"If you're going through hell - keep going!" -- Winston Churchill
by Keith Olbermann on Fri May 01, 2009 at 10:19:51 AM PDT
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I put this comment up here because I thought it was hilarious. Keith stating that "nothing benefits a critic better than being criticized" shows that he does pay attention to what's being said on the blogs and he does respond.
So how could he actually say that he doesn't care what people say about him? I think Keith has become just exactly like BillO in the sense that he has no idea what he says most of the time.
Come on Keith. If you're so damn smart read what you just said again and realize you just made yourself look like a bafoon.