“YOU’LL RECALL THAT the ‘M’ in MSNBC stands for misogyny.”
— MichelleMalkin.com reacts to comments by MSNBC talk show host Ed Schultz, who called conservative pundit Laura Ingraham a “slut” on his radio program.
“I KNOW I SOMETIMES BASH CNBC for being a bunch of cheerleading [idiots] who never stop telling people to buy stocks. Now I haven’t watched the network for years, but when I did, I always felt like anchor Mark Haines was the voice of reason and someone I could have 6-12 beers with.”
— MonkeyBusinessBlog.com laments the death of the CNBC host, who passed Tuesday at 65.
“[LUTHER] CAMPBELL FINISHED with just 11% of the vote, but it’s worth noting that he did beat out seven other candidates. I imagine that Campbell’s past came back, in some extent, to bite him.”
— PopComa.com found the finish by the rapper (who used to go by “Uncle Luke”) in the Miami mayoral race respectable. Campbell was a longtime member of the controversial group 2 Live Crew.
“IT WAS A PUBLICITY STUNT. Marmite isn’t banned. Instead, its manufacturers have opted not to submit it for approval by the Danish food authorities. Given that sales there are minimal, I assume all this publicity was a stunt by Unilever, and one I should have spotted immediately. I am a fool.”
— PlashingVole.blogspot.com believed for a while that the popular English food spread was banned in Denmark.
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