September 25, 2002

Bill O'Reilly vs. Ludacris:...

Bill O'Reilly vs. Ludacris: A classic post, so good it (almost) shouldn't be free, by Greg Beato. Includes impressive research (including actually reading an O'Reilly novel), a comical info-chart, and more.

Posted by at September 25, 2002 01:25 AM
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The man read O'Reilly's novel?

Um. . . is there a medal we can pin on him? Send him a check? I mean, he's going to be OK, right?

And please don't think I'm being facetious, or even exaggerating.

Posted by: Stephen Green at September 26, 2002 09:39 AM

Stephen -- Totally agreed. I hope he's able to leverage that for several paying pieces of work.

I once forced myself to read an erotic spy-thriller by Joe Andrew, the little dot-com weenie who headed up the DNC (or some wing thereof) back in 2000. An excerpt from that exercise:

http://www.workingforchange.com/article.cfm?ItemId=6728

Yet here was Democrat National Committee Chair Joe Andrew, author of a masturbatory spy thriller called "The Disciples," punishing his close colleague Loretta Sanchez for threatening to hold a fundraising event at the Playboy Mansion, saying "This event was neither appropriate nor reflective of our Party's values," and even "As a father of young children, I tried to convey to you my dismay at the kind of message that this event would send."

The atrocious novel penned by the Democratic National Committee Chair begins with a 300-pound Black woman with "melon-wide lips" sexually torturing an American agent named "Tommy Wood." By the third page, "The fat woman pulled up her dress, past her ballooning underwear, as Tommy's pants fell away, rubbing her mountainous rolls of flesh against his naked, taut body."

As a father of no children, Joe, that shit is nasty.

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Posted by: Matt Welch at September 26, 2002 11:36 AM
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September 25, 2002

Bill O'Reilly vs. Ludacris:...

Bill O'Reilly vs. Ludacris: A classic post, so good it (almost) shouldn't be free, by Greg Beato. Includes impressive research (including actually reading an O'Reilly novel), a comical info-chart, and more.

Posted by at September 25, 2002 01:25 AM
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The man read O'Reilly's novel?

Um. . . is there a medal we can pin on him? Send him a check? I mean, he's going to be OK, right?

And please don't think I'm being facetious, or even exaggerating.

Posted by: Stephen Green at September 26, 2002 09:39 AM

Stephen -- Totally agreed. I hope he's able to leverage that for several paying pieces of work.

I once forced myself to read an erotic spy-thriller by Joe Andrew, the little dot-com weenie who headed up the DNC (or some wing thereof) back in 2000. An excerpt from that exercise:

http://www.workingforchange.com/article.cfm?ItemId=6728

Yet here was Democrat National Committee Chair Joe Andrew, author of a masturbatory spy thriller called "The Disciples," punishing his close colleague Loretta Sanchez for threatening to hold a fundraising event at the Playboy Mansion, saying "This event was neither appropriate nor reflective of our Party's values," and even "As a father of young children, I tried to convey to you my dismay at the kind of message that this event would send."

The atrocious novel penned by the Democratic National Committee Chair begins with a 300-pound Black woman with "melon-wide lips" sexually torturing an American agent named "Tommy Wood." By the third page, "The fat woman pulled up her dress, past her ballooning underwear, as Tommy's pants fell away, rubbing her mountainous rolls of flesh against his naked, taut body."

As a father of no children, Joe, that shit is nasty.

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Posted by: Matt Welch at September 26, 2002 11:36 AM
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