Jul
02
2014
13

Come, let me show you something terrifying from @KeithOlbermann.

It’s… a reasonable discussion of how to fix American soccer.  Basically, Olbermann is saying… make it more American.

[pause]

Yes, yes, I know.

Mar
30
2012
6

#rsrh So they canned @keitholbermann ‘s worthless tuchis again: no, wait, it gets better.

From TPM’s report about Current TV (it’s apparently a fringe Internet TV thing) dumping Olbermann:

In an open letter to Current viewers, the company’s founders, former Vice President Al Gore and Joel Hyatt, said the network’s values are “no longer reflected in our relationship with Keith Olbermann.”

OK. Well, if it’s about values, then…

Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, who had recently filled in, will replace Olbermann starting Friday night, premiering his new program “Viewpoint.”

…Wait.  What?

Moe Lane

Jan
02
2012
4

#rsrh If Current TV covers an Iowa caucus, and nobody watches it…

…pretty much independently of whether Keith Olbermann is on the program or not, the question then becomes: which flavor of coffee creamer should I pick up at the supermarket today?

Via AoSHQ Headlines.

Dec
18
2010
1

#rsrh Shocker: Keith Olbermann a petulant man-child.

I just got sent a link to this Salon article about how Keith Olbermann threw a fit – and please note that while I am not claiming that foaming at the mouth and loss of motor skills/bowel control was involved, neither would I be surprised if it occurred – over the way that people reacted to his reaction to the entire Julian Assange rape allegations thing.  Apparently he quit Twitter in a huff – which is a weird thing to write about a supposedly adult man, but what the heck.

Moving away from the Assange issue itself, what strikes me about this article is the way that the author presents her conclusion that Keith Olbermann is inherently childish, elitist, and untrustworthy almost as if this was not already known about the man.  I assume that this is because said conclusion was a genuine revelation to said author; which suggests to me that the Left really needs to get out more.

Moe Lane

PS: Oh, Keith?

Moo.

Nov
05
2010
7

#rsrh Clap if you believe in Olbermann!

I figure that this is staged – mostly because I don’t believe that MSNBC was unaware that Keith Olbermann was making campaign contributions to Democrats before they suspended him without pay – with the objective being getting the netroots up in arms and angrily demanding that the network reinstate their favorite pornographer.  A ratings ploy, in other words.

Either that, or they want to give his timeslot to Alan Grayson.

Oct
29
2010
8

#rsrh Wow. We* broke Keith Olbermann.

He’s been reduced to making fart jokes about Andrew Breitbart’s name.

No, really:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=lHUwa7SIZDA

No snark added. I mean, seriously: Olbermann’s making fart jokes. On the air. In prime time.

:pause:

I got nothing, sorry.

Moe Lane

*And by ‘we’ I mean the Right.

Jul
22
2010
1

Clever Rubio/Maddow ad.

Background: Marco Rubio released an ad last week – one that was pretty clever in and of itself, and possibly even ‘cheeky’ – taking advantage of Rachel Maddow being… well, Rachel Maddow (and including a cheerful invitation for people who disagreed with Rubio’s tax relief views to watch Maddow, instead). Ms. Maddow responded by giving Marco some more campaign ad fodder:

Way to make Marco’s argument for him, there: as Ed Morrissey noted, “Who knew Rachel Maddow was a Tea Partier?” – Because, really, Crist’s embrace of the current administration is doing Florida absolutely no favors.

Marco Rubio for Senate.

Moe Lane (more…)

Jul
17
2010
1

#rsrh I may have said mildly unkind things…

…about Tucker Carlson, from time to time, in the past.

Please be advised I repudiate any and all such statements that might have been made, apologize for any hurt feelings that might have resulted from them, and will be happy to discuss the matter further with Mr. Carlson if he should feel that the previous two statements were insufficiently contrite.

Jul
16
2010
--

#rsrh Quote of the Day, Tucker Carlson edition.

If you don’t already know, The Daily Caller bought the keitholbermann.com domain name and is now using it to flick Keith Olbermann’s left earlobe on a steady, but not quite regular basis.  Hi-jinks, as they say, ensued.  The quote of the day is not actually:

“Some might step back and allow Mr. Olbermann to drain his bladder on the first amendment – indeed, on the Bill of Rights itself,” said Carlson. “Not us. No, by God, not us.”

It’s:

And in the meantime, Tucker Carlson may be reached at his personal email address, [email protected]

Honestly, you’d have thought that Olbermann would have bought the darn thing up himself. I guess that they only taught that sort of thing in the other Cornell…

Moe Lane

Feb
03
2010
--

Olbermann begins to swirl the drain. #rsrh #moo

The ratings drain, that is. He went down the rhetorical, ethical, moral, and mental health drains a while back.

Yes, all at once. On a Zodiac. With the engine redlined.

Anyway:

Olbermann averaged 268,000 viewers last month in that sector. That’s just several thousand sets of those eyes more than Campbell Brown over on CNN. According to one count, Keith even finished in that time slow behind Nancy Grace. Nancy Grace!

And she’s on Headline News, Headline News, the repetitious TV channel the repetitious TV channel inflicted on all U.S. airline travelers within any boarding area around the clock so that when, at least an hour late, each person is finally crammed into plane seats between professional wrestlers, they actually feel relieved.

In case you haven’t guessed yet, Keith Olbermann isn’t precisely on Andrew Malcolm’s Christmas card list, either. and that’s not even the nastiest thing that he wrote…

Moe Lane

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