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PEE Poll: Bill O'Rielly
Bill O'Rielly   -2 (11.8%)
Morbo   -15 (88.2%)
Total Voters: 17

Pitt Clemens

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« on: 09-22-2003 21:17 »
« Last Edit on: 09-23-2003 00:00 »

I'm throwing in a poll just for giggles, because I hate (Edit smile O'Reilly's show.

Every time I come downstairs my parents HAVE to be running the O'Reilly factor.  For those of you in other countries who do not get Fox News, now is the time to thank God.

This reject from Inside Edition gets on the air every night, and claims "You're entering a spin-free zone."  OK, so why the [Oh My] does he then contradict himself a put a [wop-wop-wop] insanely right-wing spin on every [Weeeerngstrom!] issue he covers?  No spin zone my bloated butthole.

Then you come to the interviews where he yells over people, smothers them out, defames them, and ends up putting a (You guessed it) SPIN on every issue they were discussing.

As if that's not enough he rallies behind that psychotic bitch Anne Coulter who believes if you are part of a peace movement you're a [Velouuuur] treasonist.  Have you looked at that womans eyes?  She looks like a pit-bull going after raw meat.  I don't care what books you've written, if you support the views of Seanator Joseph McArthy, or any other witch-hunter you certainly do not deserve a slot on cable TV.

Next to the Futurama cancellation, O'Reilly stands as the greatest offense Fox has committed to the American people.

While I know this was a rant it felt good to get it out.

[Bite my shiny metal ass] Fox!


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PCC Fred

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« Reply #1 on: 09-22-2003 21:19 »

Wow.  Up until now I thought the O'Reilly factor was FOX's best sitcom.
Ky12wng

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« Reply #2 on: 09-22-2003 21:26 »

i think bill o'rilley sucks. every time my dad brings us somewhere we have to listen to the o'rilley factor the whole time on the radio. it gets dumb after awhile.
DotheBartman

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« Reply #3 on: 09-22-2003 21:33 »

Bill O'Reilly either lies or puts an HUGE spin on nearly everything he ever says ever.  At least Morbo is honest ("I will DESTROY YOU!" ).  Not to say a book by a very liberal SNL comedian is the best unbiased source out there either, but you should all check out the chapter on O'Reilly in Al Franken's new book.  Lots of examples where he plain out lied about things, such as "Inside Edition" (snicker) winning two peabodys.
OC_James

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« Reply #4 on: 09-22-2003 21:36 »

I hate that bastard almost more than I hate Rush Limbaugh. These are two guys who keep the strict border between liberals and conservatives and prevent both political groups from working together to make this country better. They act like stereotypical Republicans, and some younger people interested in politics might get the wrong idea of what it truly means to be a conservative.
I'm apolitical and I've got friends from both the Democratic and Republican party. O'Reilly spreads the myth that all conservatives are condescending, rude, and just allout obnoxious. People who actually listens to what he says and care about what he says get the idea that all liberals are pansies that hate America and the ideas our forefathers had for this country.
He's just not good for sane society. His show is perhaps the most subjective, vile, hate-filled piece of monkey shit I've ever had the misfortune to even so as much glance at.
At least the "700 Club" is funny in a pathetic way.

Opinion: Morbo rules, O'Reilly sucks.
evan

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« Reply #5 on: 09-22-2003 21:39 »
« Last Edit on: 09-23-2003 00:00 by edeltraut »

Wow, I don't know what really to add to this thread. But I agree with DotheBartman on Al Franken's book. It's pretty funny to hear O'Reilly try to cover his tracks after he's been caught. (He claimed to have won two Peabody Awards on Inside Edition, but, in reality, Inside Edition only won a "Polk" Award a year after he left the show.)
Kryten

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« Reply #6 on: 09-22-2003 21:53 »

What more is there to say? O'Rally's(spelling intentional) a liar, a bully, a coward, and pretty much a sad excuse for a human being in every respect.
Wonderbee31

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« Reply #7 on: 09-22-2003 21:55 »
« Last Edit on: 09-23-2003 00:00 by edeltraut »

O'Reilly is a very good example of a bully who like to shout down, and push people around, as long as it's on his turf.  Get him off of it, and he starts to lose it.  You really need to see the C-span book review where he and Franken get into it.  When I watched the repeat on TV, it was funny as hell.  O'Reilly turned almost as red as a beet, almost making me think that the TV was messed up. 

<Funny that after he got caught about the Peabody, then he tried to say that the Polk was as important, even though it was still after he left the program>   roll eyes
Squeedleklotch

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« Reply #8 on: 09-22-2003 22:07 »

Exuse me if I were to be so bold as to make this an actual poll? As much as I hate Mr. O'Reilly's views, for each negative there must be a positive. It keeps things on this world balanced and diverse, and diversity is what makes this world beautiful.
There are positives for O'Reilly's existence. Each living human breathes out carbon monoxide. Plants absorb carbon monoxide and turn it into carbon dioxide, which is healthy for the environement. Whenever O'Reilly breathes outside near some sort of plant, he is creating oxygen. He also provides entertainment for those who find his views extreme. Without him, this thread would not exist and everyone who has posted in here wouldn't have as big as post count as they now do because of posting in here.
O'Reilly's mere existence has raised your post count.
It is so easy to hate someone. Hatred is a putrid thing. All humans before they are born are almost completely blank. He had a bit of his parent's personality lurking inside him, but being raised by these two narrow-minded individuals is probably what really brought it out.
Can someone be blamed for naturally inheriting their parents' ignorance?
Can you blame God ,or whatever you believe in, for making things work this way? His ignorance is a product of something, that for the most part, is perfectly natural.
His stupidity is not his own mistake.

P.S.  And yes, I know I'm breaking my own rules by not posting in a Squeedleklotch-virgin test thread.
Pitt Clemens

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« Reply #9 on: 09-22-2003 23:09 »
« Last Edit on: 09-22-2003 23:09 »

You tree hugging-

OK, first of all, Carbon MONOXIDE is not produced in respiration Carbon DIOXIDE is.  Carbon MONOXIDE is a toxic by-product of burning hydrocarbons.  Carbon DIOXIDE produced by aerobic respiration is taken in by plants and through photosynthesis it is built up into sugars such as fructose and glucose and the by-product produced is OXYGEN.  Respiration then converts this OXYGEN back into Carbon DIOXIDE, so the cycle may begin again.

Second of all, will you not ask us to connect spiritually with a person we have never met?  Perhaps there will be a cosmic era in which all human souls are shattered together in a blissful radiation of love and truth, but today there are liers and liers should be reconciled.  True, we are all liers at some points in our lives, but we do reconcile them, if we are doing good.  What O'Reilly does is bolster his points, set up his lies and stands on them every week.  His little Peabody fiasco is proof of that.  I may not hate the man personally but I do hate that he gets away with it.
bankrupt

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« Reply #10 on: 09-22-2003 23:32 »

Morbo all the way.  Bill O'Reilly's "interviews" seem to consist of talking all over anyone who disagrees with him.  I don't know why he even bothers as opposing views don't seem to be tolerated.  He should just have interviews with a double of himself.  You also have to really wonder about the journalistic integrity of a guy who would agree to do a show with Geraldo Rivera.
Pitt Clemens

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« Reply #11 on: 09-22-2003 23:39 »

I'd question a whole network doing a show with Geraldo Rivera.
SHLEY

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« Reply #12 on: 09-22-2003 23:46 »

O'Reilly all the way !
evan

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« Reply #13 on: 09-23-2003 00:26 »

 
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Originally posted by Pitt Clemens:
I'd question a whole network doing a show with Geraldo Rivera.

Geraldo Rivera: "Hey, lookee here! Here's our secret troop base! Right here, at these coordinates! I'm going to announce it on national tv, live! Our troops are completely unguarded from the rear, so if anyone attacks from there, they'll be killed! Ooh, I wonder if Al Capone's vault is still open? Watch out for Nazis throwing shoes, folks!"
BumbleBeeTheta

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« Reply #14 on: 09-23-2003 00:40 »
« Last Edit on: 09-23-2003 00:40 by edeltraut »

I don't really agree with O'Reilly on all the issues, but I think he has a right to voice his opinion.  The "No Spin Zone" slogan is obviously not true though.  It's actually really funny to watch his show though.  I feel bad for his guests, but at the same time, if you go on his show and don't expect to get yelled at...well, you're about as dumb as they come.  O'Reilly's very passionate about his opinions and he's not gonna let anyone talk until he's hammered his point as far as he can, and sometimes not even then.  Yeah, he's really biased, but I respect that he has the right to give his opinion, just as everyone does.  The way I see it, everyone has the right to say what they believe, and everyone else has the right to disagree.  A lot of people complain about O'Reilly, but it's funny because I keep hearing all the time about how good his ratings are.  Obviously someone enjoys hearing what he has to say, even if they're like me and just like laughing at the absurdity of it all.     smile
And you have to admit, no matter whose news program you watch or listen to, the views presented to you are going to be biased.  It's then up to the viewer to do the research and decide what's right and what's not.     smile

 
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Originally posted by Pitt Clemens:
Then you come to the interviews where he yells over people, smothers them out, defames them, and ends up putting a (You guessed it) SPIN on every issue they were discussing...
I don't care what books you've written, if you support the views of Seanator Joseph McArthy, or any other witch-hunter you certainly do not deserve a slot on cable TV.

Please don't take offense to this, but it sounds like you're saying O'Reilly isn't letting those with differing opinions talk and that's not a good thing, right?  I completely agree with you 'cos it's true.  But it sounds like you're saying those with extremist view points like McCarthy shouldn't be allowed to talk on TV.  I'm not condoning McCarthy's or O'Reilly's views, but that sounds a little hypocritical to me.  You're saying O'Reilly should let those with different opinions actually talk, but you don't think people whose opinions you find really wrong should be allowed to voice those to the public.  Correct me if I'm way off-base.  And no, I seriously meant no offense.  I just felt you contradicted yourself a bit.
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« Reply #15 on: 09-23-2003 01:28 »

Remind me, Pitt, did ball watch O'Reilly?
Pitt Clemens

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« Reply #16 on: 09-23-2003 02:13 »
« Last Edit on: 09-24-2003 00:00 »

I'm pretty sure he did Nix.

You walking, talking duffle-bag.

   
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You're saying O'Reilly should let those with different opinions actually talk, but you don't think people whose opinions you find really wrong should be allowed to voice those to the public. Correct me if I'm way off-base. And no, I seriously meant no offense. I just felt you contradicted yourself a bit.

I guess you have a point, of course Anne Coulter has a right to voice her opinion (Crazy as it may be in my mind).  What bugs me is that she's never seen in a forum with oh, say historians, or leaders, or Bill Maher she's always going to O'Reilly.  I've seen her like three times on that show, and I don't like either of their opinions.  So yes, I am off base in saying she has no right to speak her piece.  I'm not off in saying I don't like her piece one bit.  I read the first page of her book and thought Gestapo: Step 1.  The fact that she apparently has an in with O'Reilly doesn't help her case with me either.  Anyway. I'm tired.  Thanks for righting my list, Bumblebee.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #17 on: 09-23-2003 13:27 »
« Last Edit on: 09-23-2003 13:27 by edeltraut »

Definitely Morbo. I don't even know who the other guy is, but Morbo can just destroy him!   laff
Jamesbondcja

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« Reply #18 on: 09-23-2003 15:06 »
« Last Edit on: 09-23-2003 15:06 by edeltraut »

O'Reilly gives Morbo gas, so since I also have no idea who this guy is the alien wins.
mjsmith

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« Reply #19 on: 09-23-2003 23:15 »
« Last Edit on: 09-23-2003 23:15 »

   
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Originally posted by Wonderbee31:
<Funny that after he got caught about the Peabody, then he tried to say that the Polk was as important, even though it was still after he left the program>       roll eyes

Here is a list of awards the Inside Edition won that I'm enclosing:
 http://www.insideedition.com/awards.htm

And, yes, they even got an Emmy nomination!     big grin

Maybe, if Deborah Norville is filling in for Bill, maybe she'll give a finger to BOTH Al Franken AND Paula Zahn!!!     up yours   wink

THE FUTURAMA SLAVE ARMY WILL RISE AGAIN!!!
evan

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« Reply #20 on: 09-23-2003 23:32 »

I hate to be a clever Dan, but I don't see any Emmy nominations there. I see an "EMMA" nomination, but that's something completely different.
DotheBartman

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« Reply #21 on: 09-24-2003 00:00 »
« Last Edit on: 09-24-2003 00:00 »

Inside Edition was about equivilant to "Rock Bottom". 

"Then I noticed she was sitting on her sweet can, so I grabbed her sweet can.  Oh, just think about that swee..sweee..swee.sw..sweet can"

As for the emmys, they're a farce anyways.  I mean "Friends" has won emmys for gods sakes.  Frankly, I'm suprised it DIDN'T win an emmy given their low standards.
Evil Fox Exec

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« Reply #22 on: 09-24-2003 16:19 »

The Emmys are a farce, just like the Oscars.  It's just the TV industry giving awards to itself.
evan

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« Reply #23 on: 09-24-2003 16:31 »

The Emmys support shows that appeal to 35-60 year old white viewers. There's nothing there for the younger generation. There's also hardly ever any new shows added to the nomination list.

Um, should we get back on track? Okay...Bill O'Reilly smells bad, too.
Kryten

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« Reply #24 on: 09-24-2003 21:49 »
« Last Edit on: 09-24-2003 21:49 »

Also he said we look like dorks.
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