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5 hours ago, AsburySkinsFan said:

I imagine him coming home and his kids asking him, "Daddy, why do you play a **** on TV?"


Couple of my fav things to ask them on twitter is if they realize that they're grandchildren are probably going to lie to the other kids in school about related to him because they're too ashamed and/or that they're going to be changing their last names when they get older because they won't want to be associated with such a famous asshole that sold his/her soul.


I have most defintely asked Doocey the latter.  Iirc in response to a tweet about being a father.


All it takes is one.


(ftr my name and face are on my Twitter account. Thus not trolling. It's personally telling them they can get ****ed. As I've explained, it's the Digital Age equivalent of the serf throwing an egg at the hated nobleman in the crowded town square. Vive la Résistance.) 

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Eric Bolling is a jackass of a human being. I've watched him on his show, three women can all agree and he'll interrupt them at will and offer snide remarks about how he's right and they're wrong. No suprise he's under the gun for harassment complaints. The guy is a putz.

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5 hours ago, Passepartout said:

They want to promote themselves as a Conservative Network. But they seem to have an Animal House fraternity there.

I've created this handy venn diagram comparing things that the GOP base feel is ok for Republicans to do and things that are not ok for democrats to do. As you see, there is a quite a bit of overlap.



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 In case you were still not sure if this guy is a scumbag.


Last January, six months after Fox News ousted its chairman amid a sexual harassment scandal, the network’s top-rated host at the time, Bill O’Reilly, struck a $32 million agreement with a longtime network analyst to settle new sexual harassment allegations, according to two people briefed on the matter — an extraordinarily large amount for such cases.


Although the deal has not been previously made public, the network’s parent company, 21st Century Fox, acknowledges that it was aware of the woman’s complaints about Mr. O’Reilly. They included allegations of repeated harassment, a nonconsensual sexual relationship and the sending of gay pornography and other sexually explicit material to her, according to the people briefed on the matter.


It was at least the sixth agreement — and by far the largest — made by either Mr. O’Reilly or the company to settle harassment allegations against him. Despite that record, 21st Century Fox began contract negotiations with Mr. O’Reilly, and in February granted him a four-year extension that paid $25 million a year.


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