May 13, 2008

The eternal anger of Bill O'Reilly.

NSFW. I love the extreme intensity of Bill losing it over a little phrase on the teleprompter he doesn't understand. By contrast, this is practically nothing.

23 comments:

MadisonMan said...

I don't understand why the woman was cursing. What was her co-anchor doing?

Pogo said...

Bloomberg, O'Reilly and the WNBC news anchor Sue Simmons all need a little serotonin.

I advise Paxil, starting at 10 mg by mouth daily, increasing to a target dose of 30 mg daily, if tolerated. Side effects include, but are not limited to, a reduction in temper tantrums.

Pity the poor schlubs who have to eke out a living working for these prima donnas; forever taking their abuse as if impervious to it all. Alcohol is their frequent friend, no doubt.

For the underlings forced to suffer the abuse of these minor mussolinis, I advise reading Throwing the Elephant : Zen and the Art of Managing Up by Stanley Bing. That man has seen it all.

Zeb Quinn said...

According to a Scientologist I know, you given them Paxil and they'll be back with a machinegun tomorrow. :>)

vbspurs said...

O'Reilly. McCain. Reverend Wright = Scary angry white dudes.

Cheers,
Victoria

Kansas City said...

I think O'Reilly's show is very good and much more honest than most analysis shows, but he obviously from this video and other information is not a very nice guy. I don't think it makes much difference if he puts on good enterainment and analysis.

He also may have matured some since the days of this video - he certainly has lost some hair.

tituseverythingscomingup roses said...

The German version of this is much better.

tituseverythingscomingup roses said...

By the way I take Paxil and have no side effects.

Trooper York said...

My wife and I were watching Meduim when the teaser came on where Sue
Simmons got caught showing her real pesonality. We laughed our asses off and kept rewinding it over and over. It was classic.When you have to deal with these people in a service capacity you get to see what scumbags they really are. Ego's as big as the Atlantic Ocean
and nasty as Lindsey Lohans panties after a night on the town.
I do the taxes for a few bars in midtown that gets some of these douches that love to abuse the staff. The only people who are worse are generally teachers.

tituseverythingscomingup roses said...

There is an amazing remix song of this to a great beat on the internets.

It is called Fuck It.

Palladian said...

"By the way I take Paxil and have no side effects."

LOL. So that explains a lot.

Trooper York said...

Boy I hope both Titus and Palladian show up at the Althouse meet-up. I bet the sparks will fly!

Hee hee.

Palladian said...

"Boy I hope both Titus and Palladian show up at the Althouse meet-up. I bet the sparks will fly!"

I'd love to kick a clumber!

Trooper York said...

Now, now, Mort is in charge of all the violence.

Pogo said...

I am depressed to miss that meet-up.

I will drink a toast to you all.
All except those Whittaker Chamber clumbers (do they rat out fellow travelling canines?).

Trooper York said...

Well Pogo if you ever make it to New York, we can schedule a meet-up even if the professor can't make it. We will just bring a lap top and make drunken posts right from the bar.

rhhardin said...

The classic Casey Kasem Long Distance Dedication that Imus plays occasionally (real audio).

Palladian said...

I wouldn't really kick any animal. I just like the sound of "I'd love to kick a clumber!"

Sounds a little like a song...

Chip Ahoy said...

They're like satires of themselves and of the whole retarded situation.

My pet peeve about news reports are the ones where the reporter edits his narration interwoven between the footage so the viewer gets everything doubled as if they're the ones who are retarded.

I love seeing reporters getting pwned. It makes them all seem just a little bit too eager.

Beth said...

Sounds a little like a song...

Hah! I did in fact hum it when I first read it. It has a real tra-la-la, Tyrolian walking song feel to it. Very folksy.

reader_iam said...

Good grief. I was expecting something major. This really doesn't seem like anything at all. I'm trying to remember in what job, if any, of my many I haven't seen worse. M-a-y-b-e one, but only if a profanity is required (which I don't think it is; the worst I've ever seen didn't involve cursing); otherwise, none.

Trooper York said...

How do you do a cool dance?
Baby don't split those high pants
I gots these rules that we can do - do and sink
I don't look too good in pink.

I used to slash myself up
I like to play it tough
Cuts, bruises, blood and there's bottles breaking rough
You gotta handle that stuff.

Yeah, yeah!
Tear it up,
Rip it up
Kick it up
Yeah, yeah!
Tear it up,
Rip it up
Kick it up
Yeah, yeah!
Kick it, kick it, kick it!

I wanna be your cat
...Screw that!
I'm not sixteen but I gots leather boots and suede
Ah go fuck your pain away!

I heard you like kinky shit
That just depends who I'm with
What is it? Acid, limo or some kind of toy?
Like you said 'Search and Destroy'

Some people don't like my crotch
Because it's got fuzzy spots
But if you flame it
It's a neat burning bush baby
And that is just what I've got

Yeah, yeah!
Tear it up,
Rip it up
Kick it up
Yeah, yeah!
Tear it up,
Rip it up
Kick it up
Yeah, yeah!
Tear it up,
Rip it up
Kick it up
Yeah, yeah!
Kick it, kick it, kick it

And if you're leaving with sin
Escape the city I'm in
Come on and knock it where it's rocking non-stop
Make your way to Berlin

(Kick It, Peaches featuring Iggy Pop and 2 rare clumbers)

blake said...

Paul Anka's still the king.

I don't know about these other situations, but I tend to think Anka was justified.

Methadras said...

Holy shit that was scary. I met Bill O'Reilly once a long time ago when he was in San Diego promoting the Fox News Network. I was at a local radio station helping a friend out, who is a talk radio show host, with some minor computer issues he was having in his studios and Bill O'Reilly was one of his guests. I was actually in the studio when Bill and his handlers walked in with him. The guy is tall and just pasty white and is as dull as a rock. I was in the studio when the interview was happening, which was cool, but during the commercials, no one talked to anyone. O'Reilly just leaning back in his chair, had both of his palms on the table and stared up at the ceiling in a very dismissive sort of gesture that said, "don't talk to me unless you absolutely have too". I actually watch the show because it's a good show, but just from that small interaction, he just conveyed that he was a total dick and could give a shit about anyone.

That little clip just proves it further for me.