Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/31/09

The Tie: Blue shadow stripes. Spring collection much?

Number 5:
President Obama went to Europe for the G20, and the Good Oldboysandgirls Party began bashing just as a new ABC News/Washington Post poll showing two-third of the country loves how Obama is running the country. And Comedian Boss Limbaugh is again hoping he fails, while over at Fixed Noise, former beauty queen Gretchen Carlson, news actor Bill Hemmer and Inanity are echoing House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-OH) looking out for the CEOs. And so Howard Fineman agrees with that.

Meanwhile, Steve Clemons from TheWashingtonNote.com joins us to recap the first day of the first trip to Europe of the 44th Presidentof the United States.

Number 4: Seymour Hersh joins us to lay the smack down on Ayatollah Dickcheney's asasination chain of command and may have even added that in an NPR interview on stay-behind people still working at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Still Bushed!: 3 - Smoke the terrorists out, but help them out in Pakistan. 2 - An arbitrator made people "volunteer" at the EEOC. Nice going, pal. 1 - Post 9/11 spread freedom and Afghanistan ramrodded shieah family law. Welcome to the 15th Century.

Number 3: A rally will be held by the GOP manana for their budget plan tomorrow. April Fools Day. They also will give you a free trip on OCD Air baggage class to Boguslovenia as well as a Statointellicator and a Transrebounder. And this against Obama's own plan, which looks like it will be passed very soon. House Majority Whip Rep James Clyburn (D-SC) phones this one in (all credit goes to phone credits) for an interview.

Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)

Tonight's winners eligible for the end of the week honors Friday...
Bronze - They believe to adopt the elimination of the Singapore drug plan...hangings and all - no, not Obama and someone else. Billo the Clown and Newt Gingrich.
Silver - And Billo wants to boycott Spain and UPS...Spanish response: NUTS. UPS' response: You saw what he did to France. BTW, Keith gave $25K to the It Happened to Alexa Foundation.
Gold - Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL) goes back 65 million years and thinks carbon and carbon monoxide are the same. Not that there's anything wrong with that, mind you...

Number 1: So, how do you solve the crisis in Detroit with the Chrysler and General Motors mess? Call in Discovery's Mythbusters, Jamie Heineman and Adam Savage are in a first for them, in Studio 1A's second floor.

I'll see you tomorrow...and that's no April Fool.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/30/09

The Tie: Red with small white dots.

Number 5: Herr Goebles, or as Mike Peters now dubs him "Ayatollah DickCheney", as Seymour Hirsch told Goebles Israel not to trust Prsident Obama (then President-elect) because he would back the Palastinians, and the outlines of the covert asassins for hire was "not true, but the outline was certainly true" according a former aide to Herr Goebles on CNN. Richard Wolffe, what part of the word "asshole" didn't Cheney get?

And then the Abu Zabayah waterboarding torture confessions was obtained from Dictator Adolph XLIII after he gave them information, and now Spain builds a major attack and a trail of six, including Fredo but not Adolph or Goebles. Prof. Jonathon Turley, is that enough for all of us to sleep better tonight? No one expected this Spanish Inquisition!

Number 4: The White House sacked Rick Wagoner, the CEO of General Motors, this as part of the bailout money they will get in the next 60 days, and give Chrylser a month to getting help from the Italian group Fiat kin exchange for government cash. Dan Gross from Newsweek joins us to tell us ownership news.

Oddball: Richard Dysert was born 80 years ago today. In Louisville, Colonel Sanders now sponsors pothole filling. And in Lima, Peru, Princess Inca levitated herself into Magic's Biggest Secrets...Revealed.

Number 3: Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) won't endorse Sarah Palin's Evil Twin Sister, Miss Wasalia 1984, until he sees the rest of the GOP field for 2012. Among the others mentioned were Gov. Kenneth The Page (R-LA) and Gov. john Huntsman (R-UT) and the continued meltdown of Good Oldboysandgirls Party chairman Michael Steele is jealous of the President. Plus, a vedor is suing the GOP for $800K for expenses from last year's asskissing clusterfuck in St. Paul. So, Chris Kofinis, just how long (and wrong) has it been time since McCain got BarackRolled?

Number 2 (Worst Person in the World)
Tonight's nominees are eligible for the weekly honors on Friday...
Bronze - Charles E. F. Millard took the $64 billion of pension out of bonds into stocks...real estate...and lost money.
Silver - William Kristol hyped the hell out of Adolph's WMD in Iraq, and was asked to deny...and didn't.
Gold - Paranoid Glenn Beck is paranoid of the 9/11 victims as of the newest Harold Hill.

Number 1: Bill O'Reilly spoke with Broadcasting and Cable in celebration of his 100th month of being the leader in the ratings. But it's not the longest TV winning streak. Today has been winning since May 1995, and Meet The Press has had a streak since May 1998... and they're both on NBC. And it's false that he never mentioned He Who Must Not Be Named. But you know what, he did long before he sic'd Fixed Noise Security on the man from Orlando after calling the radio comedy show. The video proof is in the pudding as they say.

Well, that will do it for me. Of to the hilarity of WWE RAW. Catch you tomorrow.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

An Instant Countdown Clasic

You've heard about Vince Offer Schlomi, the ShamWOW guy and his run in with the law from Friday's (3/27) Oddball. Now here's the video, and as Beetlejuice said about The Exorcist "it gets funnier EVERY TIME I SEE IT!"

Saturday, March 28, 2009


Break out the Boyz II Men references. Motown Philly is indeed back again.

For the first time since 1985, on the 17th anniversary of the greatest regional final ever and the 30th anniversary of the Three Mile Island meltdown, the Villanova University Wildcats are going to the Final Four, a brand name mind you, not an adjective.

They had to survive the wildest finish in Boston since the Tea Party as they beat the Pittsburgh Panthers, 76-74 and punch their ticket to Ford Field next weekend. However, this will not be easy as A-B-C, 1-2-3 baby, you and me mind you. They'll have to come see about the winner of tomorrow's (3/29) South Regional final between North Carolina and Oklahoma. Reach out, Cats, we'll all be at Ford Field in spirit as they will spin a Ball of Confusion. I guess you say, what could make me feel this way? Winning, my girls and boys.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Countdown Live and Interrupted By A Computer Breakdown Blog: 3/27/09

The Tie: Purple with red spots.

Number 5: Michele Bachman (R-MN), the representative from the planet Pluto - check that, dwarf star Pluto - is now calling for an orderly revolution to overthrow President Obama, and in the process, may have broken a few laws. She's telling her paranoya will destroya over global currency, and says she's a foreign reporter in this country. So going on Inanity's radio humorfest, she called for it, and Jonathan Alter will see that and raise you the still dead Generalmissio Francisco Franco as well.

And then the GOP's "fudge-it" was still full of the sound and fury signafying nothing, and Minority Whip Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) just couldn't get Minority Leader John Boehner (R-OH) to cancel the presser, so why have no money amount and "Drill, baby drill" and tax cuts instead. TalkingPointsMemo.com's Matt Cooper has come here to look over this plan...or the lack thereof. Guess when it comes out? April Fools Day.

Number 4: Adolph XLIII was supposed to claim himself as a war president. Time's up, and now President Obama will now put pressure on Afgans and Pakistanis to erase the Taliban from both. Adding 4,000 troops to the 17,000 going there in the future to train police and military personel, while withdrawing from Iraq in the progress. Rajiv Chandraserkaran from The Washington Post, fresh from Iraq, joins us.

It was at this point my computer decided to go mental on me and and I had to pick up the 10 PM ET/7 PM replay here. Remember the term "DTA: Don't Trust Anyone" that Stone Cold Steve Austin warned us about? "DTT: Don't Trust Technology." Sledgehammer, please say hello to the Dell 2300.

Oddball: Vince the ShamWow! guy was arrested for biting the tongue of a lady of ill repute. Was it 56 seconds into this ad he said this repeatedly to her? In other Oddball news, a bobcat with rabies was found in an Chaparral, Arizona bar and bit a photographer. The Arizona Wildcats were put out of their misery... And over in Finland, is that a minidrive on your pinky finger or are you just happy to be on the interwebs?

Best Persons: 3 - Want a $5, 14-inch one-topping pizza from an pizzeria in Pocatello, Idaho? See Jeb Harrison's class. 2 - Steve Schmidt now supports gay marriage after voting against Prop 8. 1 - The GOP sets the president on budget
accordng to Presidential Election loser Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). Now that's honesty!

Musical Segue: En Vogue's "Whatta Man!"

Number 3: Miss Wasalia 1984, the Evil Twin Sister of Tina Fey was supposed to have a meeting telephionically (yes, there's that word in Webster's) with her Good Oldboysandgirls Party leaders in the Alaska State House and State Senate, but they blew her off...or vice versa, all about the stimulai especially that education money, and now the State Legislature is mad as hell and won't take any more. Welcome Shannyn Moore back to dig deeper into this.

Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)

The nominees tonight goes into the stew for the weekly winner in a bit as well!
Bronze - The aforementioned Rep. Cantor went on Fixed and Fiends and answered former beauty queen Gretchen Carlson's softball question on why the budget that isn't a budget had an odd number of pages.
Silver - Michelle Malagang Malkin, that noted ashamed Philadelphia native, doesn't like the idea of giving the newspaper industry non-profit status and tax-free as well.
Gold - Billo has lost a major sponsor after the stalking of Amanda Turkel of ThinkProgress.org in the form of UPS. So, Billy, "What CAN'T brown do for you?"

Number 1:
Joe the Unlicensed Non-Union Non-Plumber is now a spokesweasel for the far right wing nutjob group Americans for Prosperity in a campaign against the Employee Free Choice Act. And man, he's horny, right Eugene Robinson?

Weekly Bonus Time: Well, let the daily winners and runnerups together now and decide this week's bottom feeder of the bottom feeders:

When Kenneth the Page, Governor of Louisiana says that $130 million is a waste of money from the stimulai. This late word just in, Mount Redoubt just exploded ash into Anchorage... A double dipper for Glenn Beck, criticizing the Real Time gang on HBO for being crazier than the previously called upon Michele Bachman, and then shows us how nutty he is by wrapping a fish in The New York Times. It was reported that the dead fish, who was a junior account executive at Fixed Noise, refused to be wrapped in Pirate Rupert's vanity newspaper because it was beneath him. Did we also mention that he was scared about President Obama using teleprompters? You're using one, sir... Can't have Billo around without his name calling at NBC News, claiming that the network was bankrupt, but our news division made $775 million, while Rupert's personal worth was shanghai's in half and then some... Speaking of anyone at NewsCorpse, one of the actresses at Fixed Going Out of Business claimed that AIG's bonuses being sent back to the Federal Government was akin to sexual assualt, and Fixed Noise brainiac Megyn Kelley blames death threats, and sure enough, she should have known that some of her staffers were also aghast about it and wanted them boiled in boiling oil in Times Square... Up on Capital Hill, Sens. Kit Bond (R-MO) and Judd Gregg (R-NH) did mention something about cement shows to weigh people down, mistaking it for mob rules, while Rep. Joe barton (R-TX) says there's no proof of global warming and needs shade... Finally, Gary Bauer, the president of a whack out group called American Values says that there were mini-Gitmo everywhere. They showed them in a documentry and even mentioned He Who Shall Not Be Named by name. Nice work, Sparky.

Add to the ollo that is the worst of the worst, tonight's nominees Billo and the UPS boycott, Michele Malagang Malkin for non-profit newspaper status and Eric Cantor on the not-a-real-budget. So who was it that was the worst of the worst? Well, if you want to be honest, one guy outshone everyone. Crazy as it may seem, Billo is very careful to stay where he is, otherwise, the man who wins this week was nuts, and no it wasn't Vince the ShamWow and SlapChop fellow. the man who has decided that he is certified nuts, the gu who was a fishmonger, Glenn Beck, this week's Worst... PERSON... IN THE WORLD... OF THE WEEK!

Don't forget to visit Keith's Sports Journal this weekend (provided there's no glitches) for the live blogging of the Elite Eight, and I'll see you Monday if my computer finally decides to behave.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/26/09

The Tie: Black, white and gray stripes.

Number 5: The Just Say No To Everything Good Oldboysandgirls Party has now set their own budget proposal without numbers. Or spending plans. Or even ideas. Just ask House Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) the details about the blueprint. And even National Review slammed it before White House Press Secratary Robert Gibbs used the Don Quixote windmill therory. That windmill can be found on the 7th green at the local miniture golf park. Chris Cillizza analyzies nothing!

Now as for the Republicans' fearless leader, Michael Steele... It was all planned telling CNN if he wants to run for the 2012 Presidential Election and the Comedian Boss limbaugh stuff was that he meant to do that. Chris Kofinis joins us to see what the heck is going on.

Number 4: When is Newt Gingrich's version of a dictatorship not a dictatorship? When he said two years ago that we should close the interwebs, drop the First Amendment through Adolph XLIII's shredder via Fredo and this after Tim Geitner, your Treasury Secratary wants to take over all bad assets not belonging to banks. Well, at least that what he told Inanity last night (3/25). Lawrence O'Donnell, please slowly explain this to Candace Gingrich's brother.

Oddball: How many birthdays today? Bob Eliott of Bob and Ray! In Brazil, we saw Pedro Olivia fall 127 feet in three seconds and had a scratch. And in Neville Township, Pennsylvania, an 18-wheeler was slapped with a ticket

Still Bushed!: 3 - In fake fighting recaps and storylines, Randy Orton handcuffed Triple H and beat him within an inch of his life, then beat his wife, Stephanie McMahon, got booed and then a post-show video from WWE's Tribute to the Troops featuring Adolph XLIII got more boos at the RAW show in Kansas City. 2 - The recovery unit in Ft. Bragg is so bad, soliders want to go back to Iraq. 1 - More KBR electrical showers shenanigans...try almost a hundred.

Number 3: John Ashcroft is now on the W. Is For Whitewash tour saying that he believes Adolph XLIII will be remembered fondly (wanna bet?) and then in the Q-and-A session YouTubed spoke of torture. John Dean, how many different forms of waterboarding can you think of?

Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)
Nominees eligible for bonus weekly honors tommorow (3/27)
Bronze - Meryn Kelly, actress at Fixed Noise blamed AIG and death threats. Especially when those at Fixed Noise wanted to boil AIG executives in oil near headquarters at 6th Avenue and 49th Street.
Silver - Glenn Beck has a breakdown again at Fixed Noise using dead fish wrapped in The New York Times, and blamed Obama for using teleprompters. Seriously, the dead fish can read off a teleprompter and become an junior exec at Fixed Noise.
Gold - Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) blames the climate needing shade, someplace cool, someplace warm, and SPF 200.

Number 1:
For the second time in three nights, we throw the spotlight in Billo The Clown and his factor Fiction comedy spectacular. He belives ThinkProgress.org head John Podesta is really running NBC News, not Jeff Zucker. And our friend, Amanda Turkel, was a villain. Meanwhile, advertisers are threateneing to boycott Billo The Clown for that stalking producing smear interviews stuff, and Think Progress doesn't run NBC and vice versa, thank you Ms. Turkel.

Join me at Keith's Sports Journal for some March madness, and I'll see you here tomorrow.

Please Welcome Our Newest Staffer...

JFein from Fire Andy Reid Now! He'll be my designated pinch hitter starting with next Friday's (4/3) show. Be nice to him, please.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/25/09

The Tie: Lavender.

Number 5: Facism at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue? So says one lady caller to House Minority Whip Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) on CSPAN this morning! Sorry miss, April Fools Day is next week. And while President Obama was having his presser, Cantor was at a Britney Spears concert at the Verizon Center. And last night's WPitW winner, Gov. Kenneth The Page (R-LA) spoke at a $2,500/plate dinner to raise money for the Good Oldboysandgirls Party Congressional campaign in 2010. As they say, "Rotsa Ruck." Jonathon Alter reports from The White House for his side of the story, then Howard Dean (Ya-hah!) takes his time to look into this.

Number 4: As the budget heads for the destination at Capitol Hill, we heard of the meeting between moderate GOPs and Democrats, Wall Street's rollercoaster of fate was up today. Sen. Bernie Sanders (Ind.-VT) joins us for the straight poop about the meeting.

Oddball: One of the dangers of the interwebs of the 100th birthday of Dutch Leonard. Emil Leonard and another guy. In Knoxville, Tennessee, Buford the dog was up a tree and the TVA saved him. In Florida, Broward Country justice sees at a perp getting chased by a witness.

Best Persons: 3 - Finland sells off thirty three percent of Santa Land. 2 - Ralph Amendolaro plays Bernie Madoff's numbers in the big house. 1 - Japanese invent underwear that you can wear for a week. I think we have that, and it's called "Depends."

Musical Segue: Smell that smell.

Number 3: Snappy Answer To Stupid Questions Department: In reponse to CNN reporter Ed Henry's two intertwined questions about AIG bonus cash and if the spending outrage would rear its' ugly hair for the next president, they were responded with a I got you comment. Eugene Robertson, what now?

Still Bushed!: 3 - Two ex-admin wrote in The Washington Post favored torture. Thomas Pickering and William Sessions. 2 - That Sunni awakening has gone attacking to someone else. 1 - What would happen if there were more Gitmos around the world? Shutter at the thought from Amnesty International's stories.

Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)
All nominees eligible for Friday's weekly jackpot prize.
Bronze - A Fixed Going Out of Business actress compares AIG's tax on the big big outrage bonuses to sexual assualt.
Silver - Sens. Kit Bond (R-MO) and Judd Gregg (R-NH) make the same stalking point on reconsiliation compared to cement thorwing into the river.
Gold - Billo is thinking NBC is bankrupt, while they made $775 million at the news divisions, and Pirate Rupert is now worth only AUS $3.4 billion.

Number 1: All we are hearing is Radio Gaga as Queen once said. Today in Chicago, Radio Blago starring the disgraced, impeached former governor of Illinois today on WLS-AM between traffic and transit on the twos and the latest weather forcast as a fill in host. Christian Finnegan - dressed as a security guard - joins us.

And somewhere between the hijacking of his office as he put it, I have lost it. Don't forget to visit Keith's Sports Journal the next couple days for your Sweet Sixteen fix, and be here tomorrow.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/24/09, Only Delayed Because of President Obama's Live Press Conference

First of all, the show is delayed due to President Obama's prime time presser this evening. And after his two-week tour across America (and spring training sites in Arizona and Florida), Keith returns to New York City.

The Tie: Silver-gray with black and white stripes.

Number 5: Isn't it obvious? They just finished coverage a few minutes ago...
AIG, the big cruise liner, calling Ann Compton of ABC News "honey", in other words, just your second Presidential press conference in prime time by Barack Obama. Most of the questions were about the economy of course, especially the $3.6 trillion budget and news of Treasuary Secretary Tim Geitner wanting to take control of any financial sinkhole (read CitiGroup and AIG) if need be. As for the critics in the Good Oldboysandgirls Party, they will be triple dog dared to pass the budget as is or else he'll make them stick their tongues against a frozen street pole in Alaska. Tweety (Chris Matthews) joins us for anaylsis.

So the reporters were more or less zombies more or less, and everyone have to do health care, schools and energy now or else, and Senior Adviser David Axelrod, the man who will deliver the plan to Congress this week, tells all in an interview.

Number 4: Meanwhile, neglected affairs with North Korea and Iran, plus disasterous wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, so the question is how are we going to pay for it? Chuck Todd asked it, and President Obama says that the VA was under resourced on PTS or brain trauma, and now the Defense Department procurement will be revamped. So Howard Fineman, has he declared war on another Adolph XLIII policy? Surely that looks like it to us.

Number 3:
Herr Goebles Cheney is getting on the nerves of four congressmen. And guess what? All four of them are Republicans! SURPRISE!!! Any why, you ask? They agree that the policies of opening his mouth are dangerous. That during Sunday night's Steve Kroft interview on 60 Minutes, especially two from Tennessee, and one each from Michigan and Illinois. So, Chris Hayes from The Nation, we all agree this is a case (as The Rock once said) "Know your role and shut your mouth?"

Number 2 (Worst Person in the World)

Don't forget, tonight's threesome are eligible for the weekly honors on Friday.
Bronze - Glenn Beck criticized Keith and the rest of the Real Time panelists on Friday for being crazy as Michele Bachman. Lobotomy for one, please!
Silver - President of American Values Gary Bauer says 61* of the detainees unfairly kept at Gitmo were shown in a documentary at Gitmo, and only two were convicted, and oh, he mentioned Keith.
Gold - Gov. Kenneth The Page (R-LA) criticized that volcano monitoring $140 million spending. And in Alaska, there was an volcano eruption at Mount Redoubt... A mere 100 miles from Anchorage and near an oil terminal as well.

Number 1:
The world will once again be a safer place when Pirate Rupert gets rid of Bill O'Reilly by hook or by crook and shanghais him off the deep end of the plank toward the briney deep of Davy Jones' Locker as sharks swim around in a circle. Hard to believe, Harry, but Rupert is now losing confidence in Ted Baxter's Evil Twin, Phineas T. Bluster, the Frank Burns of electronic journalism, or The Big Giant Head (choose one). In desperation, he stalks our guest, Amanda Turkel, and then in The Boston Herald wrote that Seymour Hersch went on MSNBC and wanted to have Cheney's team go postal on Hersch at everyone at MSNBC. Mr. Hersch was in Minnesota that night mind you. Then, it's sending stalker/producer Jessie on Ms. Turkel following her on a two hour vacation trip from Washington to Winchester, Virginia. for accurately quoting O'Reilly, thus violating two of his rules in the interview business.

We'll see you tomorrow night at the regular time.

Welcome Aboard the Blogosphere, Sir!

Or, as our friends at Awful Announcing said, "Welcome to the dark side." Keith now has an official blog on Major League Baseball's web site.


That is all.

The Big Giant Head's Incorrect on Connecting The Dots...Again

We're pretty sure once again that Bill O'Reily makes more incorrect statements than any other human walking God's green earth. Two weeks ago, Billo was handed several Worst Person in the World honors for his fund-raising visit to a Florida support group for rape vicitms, The It Happened to Alexa Foundation, even though in August of 2006, he made comments on his radio program about a teenage victim from New Jersey named Jennifer Moore who was demin in a denim miniskirt and red haltertop with a bare midriff and blamed her for being a red flag to every predator in the world. The Alexa Foundation continued to hold firm, even though it was changed to talk about his book, A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity Steaming Doggy Doo, and there was an online petition to as to cancel his appearance which never happened. So wouldn't you know it, Billo has now decided to blame nothing more than the dreaded "Left-Wing Smear Machine", in this case, Think Progress.org and its' managing editor Amanda Terkel and his favorite target, NBC News! Why? Because both were telling the truth, one of Billy's least favorite things. As usual, the translation from Billo to Human is provided for you.

"Last month, after the charitible event was announced, a bunch of far left loons picked up some propaganda from the hate group Media Matters that said I was unsymphathetic to crime victims, a preposterous lie. Along with 'America's Most Wanted', The Factor have done more for the victims of crime than any other television program on the air."

That is, unless you count the cancelation of appearing for the Florida chapter of AMW host John Walsh's National Center for Missing and Exploited Children because of what you termed what one victim of a kidnapping was "having fun" or the time that you called eight victims in a New York rowhome fire as illegal immigrants. After explaining what happened in the outset, Billo began points his ray gun at his favorite target.

"Elements at NBC News then encouraged the loons to protest The [It Happened To] Alexa Foundation, causing Alexa and her family major grief."

Wrong, there were people that were outraged, not one of them worked for NBC News, much less anyone that I know of. At this point, Billo then tries throwing monkey poo at the wall, hoping it would stick, but in this case, it didn't.

"Perhaps the worst garbage came from the far left group Center for American Progress, headed by John Polestra. A woman named Amanda Terkel led that charge."

And as usual, he sent one of those stalker/producer brownshirts, Jessie Watters, to follow her to Winchester, Virginia, a good two hours from Washington, and get an attack ambush interview,
which Ms. Turkel talks about here. And after the clip aired, Judge and Jury Bill passes judgement:

"Well, Miss Terkel is certainly a villain."

For what, a villain for telling the truth? For posting a comment you made two years ago about a simular victim? But now he's in full "We'll do it live! WE'LL DO IT LIVE!" overdrive, and starts talking abouit his and former broadcast journalist Bernard Goldberg's favorite smear mongers...

"She was used by NBC News, and that brings us to the man behind the curtain."

Lemme guess, The Wizard of Oz?

"For years, NBC Universal president Jeff Zucker has been paying character asassinators to lie and distort the truth under the banner of NBC News."

Bill, I hate to break this to you, but your complaints have been sent to the wrong department. Jeff Zucker is chairman of NBC Universal, not the president, so let me know when the devil is available when he's not watching American Idol. Oh, and I'm not calling Pirate Rupert Satan, okay?

"Zucker is the guy who hires the hate, the executive who allows NBC's airwaves to harm innocent people. With NBC's programming a disaster, he is almost single handedly ruining a once great brand."

Oh great, you didn't want to bring math into the story, but I have no other choice. In the February 2009 Nielsen Ratings among basic cable network in the highly coveted 25-54 age group, we found something very interesting. It turns out Fixed Noise was second in the age group, right behind USA Network. USA Network, like MSNBC is owned by NBC Universal, hence that legal disclaimer that I just added. And again, the Billo Smear tactics revisited another old lie.

"By the way, Zucker's direct boss is our old friend Jeff Immelt, the CEO of the failing General Electric Company and great patron of Iran."

Jeff Immelt no longer is considered a great patron of Iran when he heard about the nuclear missile program,and has since pulled GE completely out of the country, no longer allowing vendors of the company to do business with Iran.

"And so, here we have a brave young woman and her fine family, subjected to pain and pulls by the likes of Jeff Zucker. In white collar [crime] circles, it doesn't get more evil than that."

Tell that to the parents of another brave young lady, Jennifer Moore, who had to put up with the same nonsense you said two and a half years ago.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Keith's March Madness Part III: Real Time with Bill Maher

And now, the recap of Keith's guest shot on Real Time with Bill Maher.

Keith in the Bob Barker Studio at CBS Television City? I can hear Johnny Olsen yelling "Come on down!" And he did, joining actress Kerry Washington, Sen. Bernie Sanders (Ind.-VT) and columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin from the runner up of Billo and Bernie's smear merchants list, The New York Times. So we now have the winner and the runner up in the Left Wing Smear Machine from Billo... Keith switched from a blue tie to purple one with a gray three-piece suit from the Richard Dawson Family Feud 1970's collection.

They obviously talked about Cornell (believe it or not, Maher was a student there at the same time as Keith) and of course Coultergeist was brought up, and Maher said that he was "an idiot for debating Coulter" and a Maher clone opened up an can o'whoopass on Mr. Coulter Drag Queen. then Herr Goebles' little bat guano insanity known as the Adolph XLIII barometer of Obama's safety. "'I see ghosts.' Thanks a lot, DICK!" Then "Mission Accomplished in Iraq." I don't do that anymore.

After the group discussed the many crsies going on, the $5 billion bill on financial dereg was brought up. And it's not flatlining, either. It's not like everything bad, mind you... just where half the money is located is a one hundred percent improvement over Adolph XLIII's dictatorship. And then comes the right-wing smear machine, or Fixed Noise on Glenn Beck's figments of his fragile imagination, quoting Madeline Albright: "He's nuts." And Keith has nothing on Howard Beale, comparing Beck with Father Coughlin with a crewcut. And Washington says she'd like to meet his acting coach. Then Keith lays into an Inanity impression knocking him as a salesman, and Keith would not take a dime from Pirate Rupert and quoted Inanity as "it's just TV", and panic!

And in case you want to go overtime, go here.

That's it for this week. See you in NYC on Saturday, and in cyberspace Monday.

Keith's March Madness Part II: The Soup

"Joel and interns, good morning. Good morning everybody. In the news this morning...good morning..." That's how Keith Olbermann's last visit to E!'s The Soup turned out back in July, channelling his inner Anne Curry. How'd it go this time around you ask? Read on.

"Well, what is the world coming to?" Meanwhile, Keith insults that fact that Twiiter is now on ET and The Insider. Good thing Pat O'Brien isn't there as Keith did a creepy impression of O'Brien on hookers. (And not the journalistic ones that the far right smear machine want you to think of.) Just think, a few hours ago, Twitter won WPitW, and he lets those Soup staffers mock it. He also mistook host Joel McHale as a waiter after he asks "What's next? A sportscaster anchoring a news show?" and the Olbermann reply: "And a waiter hosting a clip show?" They were also scared of the Big Giant Head of the creepy Randy Travis on the Country and Western edition of Season 8 of American Idol. YIKES!

Catch you in an hour for the Real Time with Bill Maher interview.

Countdown Live Blog: 3/20/09, Keith's March Madness Part I

Yeah, one more night in Lost Angeles...

The Tie: Blue.

Number 5: Why did AIG fail on Tim Geitner? Or is it the other way around? Well, depends on whom you ask... Cris Cillizza, avoiding crude popularism takes a look.

Last night, interviewed by Jay Leno, President Obama says he has the bigger change for a sound economy, and most of the stuff was legal under Adolph XLIII. Everyone is looking for re-regulation...and Richard Wolffe joins us to explain.

Number 4: Tina Fey's Evil Twin Sister, Miss Wasalia 1984, refuses stimulai cash, refusing 31% from the stim marked for education (including specialo needs kids), medicine, unemployment and weatherproofing. This is the same lady who aroused Rich "Sitting up a little straighter on the couch" Lowery of National Review with that wink turning his review into Keith impersonating Adam West reading from Penthouse Forum. "Please step away from your TV sir!" Chris Hayes of The Nation, what kind of a schnuck is she to use a special needs child?

Oddball: In 1922, the back half of Bob and Ray was born. And in Valencia, Spain, the annual finale of Festival of Flames was held. And in Florida, a crocodile was run over his jaw by a car and is recovering at the Miami Zoo.

Best Persons: 3 - Keith retracts the Special Comment on ShittyCorp CEO taking $38 million in 2008; he actually made $1. 2 - Fark.com headline of the week on Walden Pond after a "Thoreau search." *palmslap* 1 - A church lady in Arden, Washington stole money from the offerings; claims the devil made her do it. Makes Keith bring his bad Dana Carvey impression out.

Musical Segue: Norman Greenbaum's "Spirit in the Sky"

Number 3: The Good Oldboysandgirls Party had a week of soundbites that were perfect for one Seth MacFarlane of Family Guy fame.
And Keith will appear on the spinoff series The Cleveland Show on your local FOX station this fall or on [adult swim].

Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)

Bronze - House Minority leader Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) lies about the decrease on financial deregulation.
Silver - Brit Hume, ex-Fixed Noise host, admits that he used material as talking points from humorist L. Brett Bozell's Media Research Center.
Gold - Keith does not have over 14,000 followers on Twitter. I am needless to say, not one of them.
And tonight's nominees are now eligible for my pick for Worst Person in the World of the Week later on...

Number 1: And the winner of the most far left smearable award is...MSNBC. Rachael Maddow joins us a few minutes before her show starts.

BONUS COVERAGE FROM ME: Time to award the coveted (?) title of Worst Person in the World of the Week, as tonight's nominees join Random House (handing a $7M advance for Adolph's memoirs), Lou Dobbs' (for those un-American American holiday comments), rookie Rep. William Posey (R-FL) and his proposal to make all presidential nominees have their birth certificates certified as American reintroducing the old Drudging the Bottom of the Muck Report nonsense on Obama's birthplace, Comedian Boss Limbaugh (forgetting that some Republicans were aghastly angered about AIG), wife beater wearing "I LOVE MARRIAGE" T-shirt wearer Brad Gellard, Inanity and his declaration that we lost the War on Terror when Billo The Clown declared a win, fellow Fixed puppet Steve Doocy and his comments about Cesar Chavez as Venezuelan president on Fixed and Fiends, and The Republican Three Stooges, aka Sens. McCain, Graham and Brownback and forgetting about Iraqi in charge when it come to ambassaorships. Well, my head was muddled until I heard this.

Wow. Here is a man who is anti-immigration yet hires immigrants for care for his daughter's show jumping horses, can't even know Christopher Columbus wasn't a saint, has no idea of Rosh Hossanah, Purim, Yom Kippur, Hannukah or even Passover, nor has had the original idea of an American Holiday called Independence Day, where we celebrate freedom from tyranny of King Geoge III, or Memorial Day, where we honor the lives of people who fought for that freedom, Veterans Day honoring those who served, Labor Day in September instead of May where workers are honored, or even patriot Day, where we remember the nearly 3,000 people killed in attacks on the World trade Center, the Pentagon or that plot of land in Western Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001? And oh, did we mention that before 1949 that China was a Bhuddist state? Did he ever remember that when wishing you a "Happy St. Patrick's Day"?

Well, for wanting American holidays where we all have a few, we honor Lou Dobbs, this week's WORST PERSON...IN THE WORLD...OF THE WEEK!!!

Before I wrap this up, a couple quick personal announcements. My online pals JFein and 49er16 are doing the real Madness at Keith's Sports Journal this weekend, and I'm taking a trip to New York tomorrow (3/21) for the unveiling of the Pokemon Platinum DS Game at Nintendo World at 10 Rock (hanging around Olbermann holy ground). If you want to know what I'm wearing...here's a subtle clue:

In the case of the word "subtle" which would be like a sledgehammer, I'm the second one on the right. Catch you for The Soup in a couple hours, it won the coin toss and elected to recieve instead of Real Time.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/19/09

Keith's time in Los Angeles continues.

The Tie: Navy and silver stripes.

Number 5: Last month, the Godd Oldboysandgirls Party were against AIG's money being spent, were mad as hell that President Obama went on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Sens. Jon Kyle (R-AZ) and Lamar Alexander (R-TN) were ticked off and were quoting Coach K from Dook as well, expect that he was misquoted by the vast right wing smear machine and respects those filling out their brackets (See "WorstBracketInTheWorld" at ESPN.com) and the House voted more than 3-1 (with heavy GOP influence) on the 90% AIG Tax, and President Barry (after being introed by the Governator) promptly commented back "Really?" And it was Adolph XLIII's fingerprints all over theTARP and Rep. Latourette (R-OH) said that rearends are slowly closing on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue. Howard Fineman, your thoughts?

And House Minority Whip Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA) pulled a flipflop on the AIG Tax bill, first going against, but voted for the 90% tax after being interviewed by Lawrence O'Donnell, who just joined us for a 10 PM ET audition tape airing.

Number 4: As Left Wing Smear Merchants Week continues, we get to hear about Media Matters for America and how they accurately quote all the Far Right Wing Smear Merchants, and Eric Burns, MMFA's president joins us.

Oddball: In 1734, Col. Thomas McKeon was born. In Portage, Alaska, there were some really pissed off bisons, as vets were testing. In Apex, North Carolina, Augie the dog ate $400, and it went to poop.

Number 3: Good Ol' Mr. Wick himself, Craig Ferguson (who now faces Jimmy Fallon) joins Keith from New York to talk about Mr. Olbermann's appearence last night, and Obama's visit this evening.

Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)
Don't forget the winner and the runnerups will also be eligible for Worst Person in the World of the Week tomorrow (3/20.)
Bronze - Random House for buying Adolph XLIII's manuscript for $7M. Look for the book in Juvenille fiction at Amazon.com, Borders or Barnes and Noble.
Silver - Lou Dobbs criticizes St. Pat's Day...and wants an American Day. Ever heard of the 4th of July?
Gold - Republican Senators John McCain (AZ), Lindsey Graham (SC) and Sam Brownback (KS) came down with "CRS syndrome" on the subject of a new Iraqi ambassador.

Number 1: When is enough enough? When the boss of Citigroup decides to spend $10 million of the TARP cash on redoing some offices of the executives. Keith's Special Comment video here.

Don't forget, a triple dip tomorrow: The regular live blog plus The Soup and Real Time with Bill Maher, too. It's Keith's March Madness!

If Ever Anything Needed To Be Mocked...

This would have to be it. Fair warning, some of the audio is NOT SAFE FOR WORK or the kids...

I did send an e-mail to the Countdown staff about this.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Guess We Know Why Keith Wasn't On Countdown...

He was on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on the NBC Universal mothership. They basically talked about AIG and Bernie Madoff there.

Remember the Last Time...

...when our friend Keith was a guest on The Soup? That was last July to be exact when he did a week of shows from Los Angeles during the TV Critics Association tours (that was when NBC was going to broadcast Super Bowl XLIII.) Let's go into the wayback machine for that moment.

And then, that led to this...

They called a truce afterward.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Countdown Wearin' O' The Green Letters Live Blog: 3/17/09

As you might have guessed, Keith's still in LaLa Land prepping for his Real Time visit on Friday (3/20) with Bill Maher on HBO...and most of the lettering is in green in honor of St. Patrick's Day.

The Tie: Go on, guess. Wrong, it's rust with beige and brown stripes.

Number 5: Dear AIG: Give us our $165 million in "failure" bonuses or...drop dead. New York State Attorney General Andy Cuomo gave the facts to Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA), and yes, since 80% is owned by you the public taxpayer of the USA, we should sue. Meanwhile, Sen. Chuck Graslie (R-IA) said that the executives should use harikari. Holy Cow! And when did Obama know and when did AIG tell about it? Last Thursday. For the answers to this and other pressing questions, we get the political side from Howard Fineman.

As for the money side, let's welcome Prof. Jonathon Turley of The George Washington University. Tax 91% of their money, but from the people who ran the ship onto the iceberg? Could be unconstitutional.

Number 4: Nice to know that Retired Dictator Adolph W. Bush XLIII took an overnight trip to Lance Storm's hometown of Calgary. Alberta. Canada. In secret more or less, keeping it so secret to avoid photographer where no media was allowed but nobody paying (CAN)$400 a head being allowed to even record or video to hear him his conversation. James Moore joins us to look further.

Oddball: In 1906, President Teddy Roosevelt invented the term "muckraker". And so, Rachael Maddow was on Letterman discussing the Big Giant Head of Mr. Olbermann...and we all thought it was Billo the Clown. And it's St. Pat's Day in Washington for the bowl of shamrocks, and the White House Fountain was died in Gatorade green.

Best Persons: 3 - Pauline Terry in Kent, England wrote a letter about her club was clean on stationary laced with cocaine. 2 - The new Metro police boss in London goes to suspect's home only to see he was arrested for another crime. 1 - At a German house of ill repute, you can pay less for all-you-can-whoopie as Bob Eubanks once coined over four decades ago.

Musical Segue: Donna Summer's "She Works Hard For The Money".

Number 3: Smear merchants week continues with redstate.com stating JournaList include Rachael, David Shuster and Keith are on an e-mail list. Markos Moulitsas of DailyKos.com, the number three "left wing smear merchant" according to Billo The Clown and ex-media journalist Bernie Goldberg. Party on, dudes!

Still Bushed!: 3 - Politico.com will hear that the Adolph XLIII Library will not use Iraq's botched war. 2 - And so did Afghanistan as well. It's a mistake. 1 - A confidential report said Gitmo was all torture all the time according to the International Red Cross.

Number 2 (Worst Person in the World)
Nominees and winner will be entered for Worst Person in the World of the Week on Friday...
Bronze - Brad Gellard was arrested for wife beating wearing a "I (HEART) MARRAGE" shirt. Oh, the Florida Irony.
Silver - Inanity says that we have surrendered on the War on Terror after Billo declared victory.
Gold - Comedian Boss Limbaugh criticized the Obama Administration for the AIG lynch mob, forgetting that the far right (and even Sen. Graslie) are also in the lynch mob, too. And this from your de facto leader of the Good Oldboysandgirls Party?

Number 1: First Coultergeist then Laura Ingram are called out. Guess who's calling them out? Sen. John McCain's eldest daughter Meghan. And she's gone all Whitney Houston-Tyra Banks "kiss my fat ass" on them. Joel McHale from The Soup takes time out from mocking the Kardashians being dead behind the eyes joining Keith on the set. Do we predict Olbermann making another appearance this week? Answer: Yes.

And so, keep the green flowing, we'll see you tomorrow.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/16/09

The Olbermann Across America tour continues as Keith's in Los Angeles this week to prepare for facing Bill Marher in Real Time this Friday on HBO. And Janeane Garofolo returns tonight as a special guest mocking Billo The Clown's list.

The Tie: Pink

Number 5: Herr Goebles went on CNN yesterday and said too many lies...blaming Obama for making America less safe, not blaming the Adolph XLIII administration for the economy and in response, Robert Gibbs stated that they got the next most popular memober of "the Republican Cabal" behind Boss Limbaugh. Not convicting those at Gitmo as well indeed. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac they claim didn't fail because of them? You dealt it, you smelled it. And Dana Perino, Gibbs' predecessor at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, said that it wasn't Adolph's fault, and last week's stock market rally wasn't Obama credited. Hey Richard "Don't call me 'Crazy Eddie'" Wolffe has some AIG stock for you Dana, and those prices are IN-SAAAAAAANE!!!
Oh, about American International Group...

Number 4: It's a good thing that none other than Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has for the moment broken away from his far right nay-sayers and criticize AIG for handing out over $165 million in bonuses after we gave them over $170 billion in bailout cash in the continuing saga of "Daddy, what did you do in jail during the bailout?" Now, New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo (Mario's son) is investigationg via supoenas and president Obama would like a $165 million refund to the government, and even Treasury Secratary Tim Geitner is holding the next payment, and two repreasentatives want to put taxes on top of the bonuses. So, as Robert Rrrrrrrrrrreich joins us from Berkeley, where he's a professor at Cal, and former Labor Secratary who advised Obama in his campaign, who's really in charge here at AIG?

Oddball: Twas on this date in 1906 Henny Youngman was born in Liverpool, England. And you thought he was born in Brooklyn. "Take my jokes, please!" And it's time for an Oddball favorite, the Kick-Ass Japanese Robot of the Week, and this week, it's Japan's Next Top Robot Model. Top that, Tyra Banks... Chuck Todd and Savannah Guthrie were doing some live stuff on MSNBC and Gibbs snuck in to get more face time.

Best Persons: 3 - Nottingham Rugby fans inflated attendance with blow-up dolls. (Get the mind out of the gutter and write your punchlines.) 2 - Erin Kelly's vet boss had his coffee spiked with valium, valium, valium...and she's now in the pokey as we speak. 1 - A tribute to John B. Hill, Keith's first boss at Cornell University's radio station, WVBR-FM as he passed on this weekend.

Number 3: So Adolph XLIII will be making his first speech as our former dictator president next week in Calgary. Alberta. Canada as the usually boring ex-wrestler fake fighter entertainer Lance Storm used to say. Stephen Harper, Canada's PM is not commenting about it, but special guest Gail Davidson explains the Canadian Law which would prevent Adolph from even entering Canada for many different reasons, from a past DUI to war crimes.
And as we speak, they're making progress.

Number 2 (Worst Person in the World)

(NOTE: Tonight's winner and runners up are eligible for Friday's Worst Person in the World of the Week)
Bronze - Richard Johnson, Page Six editor at one of New York's Finest Newspapers, takes Keith to task with a conflict with Olbermann and Topps.
Silver -
Fixed and Fiends ex-weather forcaster Steve Doocy repeats the lie from an Fixed Noise anaylist said that there's a connection between the new president of El Salvador and the leader of Venzuela...Ceasr Chavez!
Gold - A Florida representaive wants to have all presidential canaidates show proof of being born in the USA. Please show us your proof of living on Planet Earth, sir.

Number 1: "Left Wing Smear Machine Week" begins as Janeane Garofolo joins us and accepts the fourth-runner-up on Billo and Bernie's mockulist as a result of last week's shenanigans on the Orally Comedy Revue.

I'll see you tomorrow for the St. Pat's Day all-green lettering special. Remeber to keep your beer safe, have it spayed or neutered.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

It's Selection Sunday...Do You Know Where Your Brackets Are?

Yes, BYOB: Bring Your Own Bracket sheets. It's time to unveil the brackets for The Road to Motown and the whole ball of cheese covered with nuts known as the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.

6:00 PM US EDT: And the top overall seed is... Louisville. First time they have been #1 since 1983. And they're in the Midwest, Pitt will be #1 in the East, UNC will be #1 in the South and #1 in the West is UConn. That is a major surprise. Considering that Memphis will be likely the top ranked team in the polls before this tourney starts, that sucks. Three Big East teams? Man, Johnny Calipari must be extremely pissed off to see that.

6:10 PM US EDT: And here's the Midwest Pairings for you to chew upon and fill in.

(1) Louisville vs. (16) Alabama State/Morehead State; (8) Ohio State vs. (9) Siena Fri/Sun @ Dayton
(13) Cleveland State vs. (4) Wake Forest; (5) Utah vs. (12) Arizona Fri/Sun @ Miami, FL
(6) West Virginia vs. (11) Dayton; (3) Kansas vs. (14) North Dakota State Fri/Sun @ Minneapolis
(2) Michigan State vs. (15) Robert Morris; (7) Boston College vs. (10) Southern California Fri/Sun @ Minneapolis

6:16 PM US EDT: Let's go West, young men and women...

(1) UConn vs. (16) Chattanooga; (8) Brigham Young vs. (9) Texas A&M Thur/Sat @ Philadelphia
(13) Mississippi State vs. (4) Washington; (5) Purdue vs. (12) Northern Iowa Thur/Sat @ Portland, OR
(14) Cornell vs. (3) Missouri; (11) Utah State vs. (6) Marquette Fri/Sun @ Boise, ID
(2) Memphis vs. (15) Cal State-Northridge; (7) California vs. (10) Maryland Thur/Sat @ Kansas City

6:25 PM US EDT: Here's the East Region for you.

(1) Pittsburgh vs. (16) East Tennessee State; (8) Oklahoma State vs. (9) Tennessee Fri/Sun @ Dayton
(4) Xavier vs. (13) Portland (OR) State; (5) Florida State vs. (12) Wisconsin-Madison Fri/Sun @ Boise
(6) UCLA vs. (11) Virginia Commonwealth; (3) Villanova vs. (14) Amrican Thur/Sat @ Philadelphia
(2) Duke vs. (15) Binghampton; (7) Texas Austin vs. (10) Minnesota Thur/Sun @ Greensboro

6:34 PM US EDT: And last but not least, grab your mint julips 'cause it's time to go down South, y'all...

(1) North Carolina vs. (16) Radford; (8) Louisiana State vs. (9) Butler Thur/Sat @ Greensboro
(4) Gonzaga vs. (13) Akron; (5) Illinois vs. (12) Western Kentucky Thur/Sat @ Portland, OR
(3) Syracuse vs. (14) Stephen F. Austin; (6) Arizona State vs. (11) Temple Fri/Sun @ Miami, FL
(2) Oklahoma vs. (15) Morgan State; (7) Clemson vs. (10) Michigan Thur/Sat @ Kansas City

And for SDSU, Creighton, St. Mary's, Penn State and Virginia Tech among others, can you spell NIT? Well, I'm hungry, so I'll go out and have dinner, and see you for the Live Blog with Keith tomorrow.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/13/09

And no, Keith didn't make the trip to Fort Myers...

The Tie: Light green... Are we early for St. Pat's Day, keith?

Number 5: As expected, Gov. Terry Sanford (R-SC) rejected stim money, with 10.4% unemployment, and firing 7,500 teachers to pay off the state's debt. And he picked a bad time, along with Gov. Kenneth The Page (R-LA), Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX), and with banks and stocks rallied, so much so, Citigroup won't need any more stim cash. And yes, our Fearless Leader is cautiously optimistic that he'll get that "OBAMA 44" Phillies jersey and is also optimistic about the economy. Democratic House Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) joins us about how he wrote the "You must spend the money here or else" clause in the stimulai bill, and updates us in the South Carolina mess. Yes, they still fly the Confederate flag at the state capitol.

Meanwhile, Richard Wolffe examines where the state dictators leaders would stand if they turn away Federal monies from the stim. Three words: on shaky ground.

Number 4:
And now more on Micahel Steele "Resolve" and the continuing circular firing squad before staffing his own office, and has hired Ken McKay, and now Mike Huckabee is sniping. By way of three retractions, and Ken Blackwell and Chip Saltman also did some sniping. Chris Cillizza, tis this disloyalty or is it something else? And by the way, you need two thirds of the 167 GOP members to throw Steele out on the street.

Oddball: L. Ron Hubbard, Tom Cruise's muse was born in 1911. Did you buy a couch, specifically one that's white to jump on and criticize Matt Laurer on perscriptions for depression? Speaking of couches, in Spokane, Washington, they found a cat inside one. As they say in Ireland with selling tiles "Blame it on the monkey!" Turkish Travertine were 19.99, now 9.99! Sorry. Well in Thailand, they're flossing with humar hair.

Still Bushed!: 3 - Bernie Maddoff's scam was going to fool the FTC under Adolph XLIII, and if they tried to do so... 2 - AP got a GAO draft on whether fake documents could be used for everything. 1 -
And more of Ari Flisher and Herr Goebles Cheney pressuring Tony Blair comparing Iraq from Dr. Frankenstein. Especially on WMD!

Number 3: The big pile of steaming bullshit known as the Adolph XLIII Dictatorship Museum, er, Bush Freedom Institute Library will be likely to help at Southern Methodist University, but this will not answer to SMU, but those of Bush's "institute". Boy are they pissed in Dallas, and Adolph wants Turdblossom (barring going to jail) or Condi Rice (ditto) to lead. So, sayeth James Moore, it's another case of "W. Is For Whitewash", acadamia version.

Number 2 (Worst Person in the World)
Bronze - Inanity puts his torture at himself, and he says he is a Christian.
Silver - Michele Bachman (R-MN) the state bird of Minnesota (Common Loon) is against the earmarks, but used them!
Gold - Is Glenn Beck sick? Michael McClendon was defended after killing ten people (including himself) and blames the liberals.

Number 1: Yes, we have a spinoff of the WORST... PERSON... IN THE WORLD! It's the WORST... PERSON... IN THE WORLD... OF THE WEEK! (Seriously, I'm not making this up...)
A little background on WPitW for you... It was a Bob and Ray creation in one of their goofy radio drama parodies, and was in reality theatre reviewer John Simon munching on wax paper-covered sandwiches and speaking in soup slurps; it was Simon who panned their hit 1970 Broadway show. Then the late George Carlin commented a few years later that "somewhere in America (or whatever country you live in), there is the worst doctor in America, and that person has an appointment tomorrow!" The nominees, Billo and his declaration that we won the War on Terror in Iraq beating al-Qaeda, the Tampa Fixed O-and-O weatherman defending global warming, ex-comedian Victoria Jackson, Marcinia Bullard and animal husbandry, the comments of Obama being "Hitler" and "a monkey with a keyboard" according to Jabba the Hutt, Beck, Newt Gingrich for state sponsored prostitution, and Page Six of New York's finest newspaper...plus tonight's nominees, Michele Bachman and Sean Inanity. And the winner is... Billo The Clown, the first WORST...PERSON...IN THE WORLD...OF THE WEEK! (And that's a mouthful to say.) And he wins his own "Mission Accomplished" banner.

See you on Sunday for the live Selection Sunday Live Blog. Yes, I'm doing one. And this plug: Be sure to visit fireandyrednow.blogspot.com for live weekend hoops coverage.

Just Your Typical 127-117 Six OT Game...

So what can you do in three and forty-six minutes hours you ask? Well, you can watch seven straight episodes of Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals on Food Network with sixteen minutes to spare, or watch Sean "Puff Diddy run the New York Marathon for 23 miles, or if you were lucky enough, watch what will now be considered an ESPN Classic Instant Classic as Syracuse survived UConn, 127-117 in six overtimes.

No, that was not a typo. Let me repeat that for you. Syracuse 127, UConn 117 in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals at Madison Square Garden, the World's Mst Famous Arena in the USA's version of the middle of the fecking universe, New York City.

This even topped Villanova's 76-75 thriller over Marquette earlier in the day. How many college basketball games you know of actually have six overtimes? Only a 1981 game between Cincinnati and Bradley went one extra stanza longer.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/12/09

Yeah, another night in Tampa...

The Tie: Navy blue.

Number 5: Seymour Hirsch revealed that Adolph XLIII and Herr Goebles Cheney wanted political asassins two nights ago in Minnesota. It's reports for a book he's working on a year or two from now. According to Hirsch, there was a special operations division that was reported to Cheney and killing people. Meanwhile, the CIA said nonsense. Howard Fineman and John Dean are here to seperately make their points known.

Number 4: It looks like the one-oared Good Oldboysnadgirls Party is still going in circles over nothing. Now, it's over chairman Michael Steele's comments on abortion, gays and blacks using "individual" and "choice" in an interview with GQ and since retracted them. Well Clarance Page, will they ever get along?

Oddball: In 2002, the Tom Ridge Department of Homeland Security emergency color code system was invented. So the Hanshein Tigers baseball team had a curse when they dumped a statue of Colonel Sanders into a river in 1985. Well, the statue is out, and will this curse be broken? Meanwhile, at Orlando's Sea World, dolphins are creaing bubbles from their blowhole.

Best Persons: 3 - New York State legislation will charge $10 at gentlemen's clubs in awhole new meaning to "pole tax". 2 - Pennsylvanian Scott Allan Witmer claims that he was his own country after being pulled over for DUI. 1 - Coultergeist's latest book isn't selling like hotcakes...try about down by 50% from her last work of fiction.

Musical Segue: Eric Carmen's "All By Myself." How perfect! You mean Celine Dion wsn't available?

Number 3: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has a plane available to her followng the 9/11 attacks given to them from the Adolph XLIII dictatorship. Best thing they ever did. It all started with the far right wing site JudicialWatch.org's "expose", which was parroted by among others ashamed Philadelphia native Michelle Malagong Malkin, one of New York's finest newspapers and Billo The Clown. Lawrence O'Donnell, please tell us what it really is all about.

Still Bushed!: 3 - Texas house to honor Adolph "living each day with everone's safety in mind." Really? 2 - Fighting Iraquis there instead of here has now double digits away from here. 1 - That show thrower will get three years in jail, and another commited blasphamy and was sentanced to 20 years in jail.

Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)

Bronze - Pirate Rupert's Page Six in one of New York's finest newspapers lies about Olbermann's visit to the Yankees-Red Sox game.
Silver -
Ex-actoress/comic Victoria Jackson supports Inanity, Tina Fey's Evil Twin and Comedian Boss Limbaugh, spouting the right wing Fixed Noise commie propaganda.
Gold - Newt Gingrich wants to sponsor teenage pregnancy for your government... or so he says... check please!

Number 1: So you want to put something on a billboard near Comedian Boss Limbaugh's home/studio/underground bunker/GOP Headquarters? The Democrats had a contest for such, and the winner was... [Drumroll please] AMERICANS DID NOT VOTE FOR A RUSH TO FAILURE! So Margaret Carlson, all we want to know is did the guy from Camden, NJ was right? Runner ups included "RUSH HOUR IS OVER IN AMERICA", "FAT, DUMB AND REPUBLICAN IS NO WAY GO THROUGH LIFE", "DO NOT FEED THE EGO" and "BRING ME THE WOOKIE AND SOLO" (once said by Roger Ailes.)

My choice (if I had one) would have been "DRIVE BY THIS!" See you manana...

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 3/11/09

Still in Tampa tonight, Keith gave us his excuse note. He was at a Yankees game last night.

The Tie: Purple.

Number 5: President Obama signed the $410 billion Omnibus spending bill this day, and filled with pork earmarks. Twenty five who voted against it from the GOP (and three from the Democrats) had inserted earmarks, and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), who remembered what he promised that there would be no earmarks if he was elected. Richard Wolffe is somewhere else tonight, and tells us whose fault it is anyway.

And in W. is For Whitewash, the signing statements over Iraq was dubbed as spin by others, according to Ari Fleischer, and was owned by Tweety and then some, asking that Obama should be thankful inheirted a world without Saddam Hussein mentioned four times. The Department of Redundant Redundancy Department was impressed. Jonathan Alter was not impressed, either.

Number 4: A vote of no confidence is coming for Michael Steele, chairman of the Good Oldboysandgirls Party is forthcoming, and the man who has nominated himself to become the new leader of the lemmings off the cliff will be Comedian Boss Limbaugh The loser of the 2008 Presidential Election, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). And Newt Gingrich, Sen. Arlen Spector (R-PA) and an aide are all angered. McCain even has according to HuffPo a "21st 19th Century Contract with America." And so, Chris Kofinis, is there anything that they must do?

Oddball: Happy birthday Pirate Rupert. Arrrrrrr. There's a holy festival in India where people throw powder in colors. And in Turkey, the new camera at a TV show work is bad.

Still Bushed!: 3 - A Michaign newspaper reports that there was a dioxin laced river and it needed enforcing. Adolph: NEIN. Obama: YES. Dow Chemical (now merged with Rohm and Haas) will clean it up. 2 - In Florida, voter access irreagularities again because of many problems in 2000. 1 - Taliban member who was caught by the military and Adolph released them from Gitmo, and now will have his hand in his hands too soon.

Number 3: Visual media's answer to Phineas T. Bluster has ripped off WPitW. There, I said it. Monday night (3/9), on his comedy hour, Billo The Clown his illegal use of fromatting to steal that segment (and face a gimmick infringement lawsuit) and Keith delivers his spin on the Billo rant below. Former media reporter Bernard Goldberg also added his five worst liberals with Janeane Garofolo, Bill Moyers, DailyKos.com, The New York Times and MSNBC. Video here.

Number 2 (Worst Persons in the World)

Bronze - Glenn Beck peeing back on the stem cell ban calling to Nazi Germany.
Silver - A Fixed O&O weatherman in Tampa calls out global warming. He missed the boat.
Gold - Larcenia Bullard (D-Maimi), a state representative in Florida was unsure about animal husbandry in a planned beastiality bill, and brings up the monkey in Connecticut that was the subject of... well, you know.

Number 1: Tina Fey's Evil Twin Sister's eldest daughter, Bristol was enagaged and is now in splitsville. Meanwhile, Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) was in a fight with your Transit Security Authority ("Fillibuster? I don't know her!") ad we get the YouTube of that Hong Kong woman freaking out. Christian Finnegan, is there something wrong?

Well, we'll see you tomorrow.

Electronic Journalism's Major Frank Burns Strikes Again!

Once again, Billo the Clown has opened his mouth "A" and inserted his foot "B" on his favorite topic, bashing NB "C". I'm still waiting for the memo that has connected Satan to Bill O'Reilly. Monday night on his comedy hour, Orally in his "Stalking Points", er, "Talking Points" tried connecting NBC Universal again to George Soros, a philantropic billionaire who has ben accused by the far right of contributing to the web sites MoveOn.org and Media Matters for America. And once again, he fails big time. And now, it has become tiresome, the same old stuff now being recycled. Well, at least Billo is now going green. As usual, I'll provide what Phineas T. Bluster was actually saying, then translate them into common hunanity. First, Clownie decided to show us a chart that somehow connected MoveOn.org, Media Matters...AND MSNBC!

"At the top of the smear chart is the MoveOn organization. George Soros is heavilly invested in that."

Wrong again. MoveOn.org was actually founded and is in fact largly funded by two executives from the Silicon Valley, in case you didn't get that memo. George Soros has not contributed a million dollars at all to them. He tried doing this chart thing a few years ago, but as we well know, that flow chart was about as useful as a Domincan Republic baseball player against The Netherlands. That didn't stop Mr. Orally from his continous love afair with us.

"The propaganda arm of MoveOn and other far left pressure groups is Media Metters for America, run by a guttersnipe named David Brock. Brock and his character asassins distribute out-of-context statements to a carefully selected group of corrupt media, headed by MSNBC and to the internet."

What out-of-context statements are we talkking about here, that you were actually correctly quoted on everything that you said? Look in the mirror, Bill. You ae the most misquoted man in the known media business because you take your marching orders from in random order, the GOP, Pirate Rupert and his second in command, Jabba The Hutt.

"Newsweek provides far left commontators to MSNBC on a daily basis."

What do you know, Bill got something right for a change! Besides Richard Wolffe and Johnathon Alter, the show has also ben blessed to have Eugene Robinson and Chris Colizza from The Washington Post, who happens to own Newsweek as well. It's called a "working agreement", Bill. Learn to live with these things. Ah but Billo was now in a "We'll do it live! WE'LL DO IT LIVE!" mode again.

"The goal of course, is to smear conseratives to the media, to ill-informed Americans that those on the right are racist, homophobic, extremeist, whatever."

Nice to know where the real credit goes, and actually, the far right wing has been doing a good job of smearing themselves, without all the help as you put it from MoveOn.org, Media Matters and MSNBC. Besides, we just went through eight years of hell with Adolph XLIII, waterboarding, illeagal wiretaps, ruining the Constitution ad the Bill or Rights. Well, Bill, how does it feel to have the other shoe dropping on your feet? Well after some talk about Boss Limbaugh and Michael Steele, Ted Baxter's evil twin decides to surprise us with this:

"Here's something yu'll never see on NBC News or The New York Times: According to a FOX NEWS poll taken in August 2006, 51% of the Democrats wanted President Bush to fail. Fifty one percent."

Translation: One hundred percent of the country was right, but then again Bush was faling on his own.

"I believe NBC and The Times were in that group."

Bill made another funny! Needless to say, it was now getting to the point of grasping for straws, and there were no staws there, even for the one thing Billo cannot stand: lying about something that he lied about.

"Last year at this time, John Edwards was running around saying millions of homless veterans were living under bridges because of the economy. That was bull, and we proved it. The smear machine called me 'anti-vet.'"

This from a man who thought Malmady in World War II was an American massacre, not a German nightmare, and the man who didn't think Sweden as neutral during that time. It had to take none othr than te star of the FOX TV series Dark Angel Jessca Alba to take his stalker/producer, Jesse, to task on that and call Ted Baxter's Evil Twin what h really is: an A-hole. Then after showing a clip of a homeless vet talking with stalker/producer Porter Potty, er, Berry, the funny guy finished with this:

"The smear machine used these poor guys, and routinely does stuff like that. It is disgraceful, and those media participating in organized defamation should be condemned by all fair-minded Americans."

Unless of course you're Fixed Noise, and only then it's fair game, and Generalmissio Bill Orally is in charge.