MSNBC's Rachel Maddow brought her little flea circus, dog and pony sideshow to Flint, where she packed an elementary school gym full of an estimated 500 people - a number that more than doubles her regular monthly viewership.
I've never watched her show, but decided I'd tune in due to the local water issue topic. However, at 9PM on MSNBC, it was that white-haired mannequin-looking dude who wears skinny jeans and likes candles and he was hosting some progressive mind melt or another. After scanning the rest of my 300-some cable channels and not finding the Rachel show, I gave up.
I have one of them 'smart' TVs, so I'm guessing the TV took it upon itself to censor that Rachel show from my local listings. For that, I am deeply indebted to my smart TV for saving me from myself. Thanks, smart TV.
And save any feed-back claiming that Chris Hayes is not a beautiful woman. Beauty, after all, is in the stink-eye of the progressive beholder. What if Chrissy entered a room full of bull dykes at a feminist convention?
Never heard of the dude-ette. We have a 'smart' TV too, that must be why the channel selector never allows us to view anything on PMSNBC or the Communist News Network. ~:)ReplyDelete
Have you ever seen Maddow and Hayes together? A real LGBTXYZ gender blender saga.ReplyDelete
Sparky, LOL! I think you need rabbit ears and tin foil to receive that channel.ReplyDelete
cube, HA! The ladies are on a roll! Though one could argue your comment was insensitive for missing a dozen other consonants and odd numbers.
DeBlade, You gotta be careful with those smart TV's. Without notice, Porn can begin playing without your ability to shut it down at anytime. Imagine you were having the church ladies over for tea and a pajama party.ReplyDelete
What, are you getting a Wheel Of Fortune kick back now?ReplyDelete
Kid, Yikes! I think that TV at the funeral home outsmarted itself. Are there any lead-based CRTs in the area? In any case, I'm glad my smart TV uses it's powers for good and not evil.ReplyDelete
cube, Nice. But do I have to answer that now or can I buy a vowel?
Yes, you must buy a vowel or, not to be anti-consonant, a consonant. Or perhaps you're bi-letterent? I'm offended either way ;)ReplyDelete