Van der Loon:
you make me laugh. I kill you last.
hahahaha (Just kidding)Posted by Commando Ahnold at June 23, 2005 9:00 AM
So, whaddaya think of that Bill O'Reilly, eh?
Know what you mean. My current rule is you only have to piss me off once.
I'm watching a lot less TV these days.
That's a good rule. Mind if I appropriate it?Posted by Gerard Van Der Leun at June 23, 2005 9:17 AM
Quisling ... sedition ... yeah, traitor.Posted by mdmhvonpa at June 23, 2005 11:49 AM
"...[W]hat an insufferable, pompous blowhard I'd be if you gave me a television show."
Are you sure you didn't mean to say 'blog' instead of 'television show'? ;)
Thanks for saying what has bugged me about O'Reilly.
I know it shouldn't surprise me, but I still am taken aback when the Left breathes pure hate against America, all she stands for, all the men and women that sweat blood and tears trying to keep this grand experiment up and running, and President Bush and can call that 'dissent' with a sneer. And then expect the rest of us to nod our heads in complaisant agreement.
US Army? Nazis. Dirk Durben and his ilk on the left? Loyal political dissenters.Posted by Rusticus at June 23, 2005 1:21 PM
Well, with a blog you don't have to listen to me.
Although I am working on podcasting.Posted by Gerard Van Der Leun at June 23, 2005 1:28 PM
I watch O'Reilly almost every week night. He goes in cycles. He is in his super-ego mood right night Time for me, and probably others who watch his show, to send him an email to tell him he is getting too self-absorbed and overbearing again.Posted by Opine6 at June 23, 2005 1:57 PM
No, you could not or ever approach the stupidity of O'R!!!
Thanks for expressing my thoughts correctly!
O'R lost me in his rant about the Swift Boat Vets. He just doesn't understand. So forgive him for his stupidity and ignorance.
But I just can't do it -- so I don't watch or listen to his drivel anymore. Neither should any thinking person!
I love it when you are in a playful mood.
Do keep us updated on the podcast thing.
O'Reilly? He's a grating sort granted ...
... BUT I'd ride shotgun in that van to Gitmo
before I'd watch Franken.
Franken is like Grodin in a clown suit
Posted by Steel Turman at June 23, 2005 5:51 PM
" (Yes, I know about the ocean. The frantic thumping from the back would be the fun part of the trip.)"
I'm glad the tall cool limeade was far, far away on the corner of the table.
I can't take O'Reilley. Never could.Posted by TmjUtah at June 23, 2005 7:44 PM
After your trip, could I have the van?Posted by Dennis at June 25, 2005 10:41 PM