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Fox News host giggles during talk about shooting deaths of inner-city teens.

SOCIETY IS TO BLAME FOR THE DOWNFALL OF AMERICA.
LIBERALS ALWAYS BLAME BAD THINGS ON SOCIETY.

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Fox News host giggles during talk about shooting deaths of inner-city teens.

SOCIETY IS TO BLAME FOR THE DOWNFALL OF AMERICA.

LIBERALS ALWAYS BLAME BAD THINGS ON SOCIETY.

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Everything O’Reilly Got Wrong about “Gangnam Style”
After months of Psy taking the Internet, and then the world, by storm, you might think we’ve heard from all the pundits, music critics, pop-cultural commentators, and Korean-culture bloggers out there about the cultural, musical, and social significance of “Gangnam Style.”
But you’d be wrong. Because we hadn’t yet heard from Bill O’Reilly.
Now that “Gangnam Style” has broken all records for the most number of YouTube views, with 800 million watches and counting, the Fox pundit has deemed it worthy of his attention. But despite all the readily available resources to help him understand the song’s critique of modern South Korean culture, O’Reilly claims to be deeply confused.
In their five-minute assessment of the video, he and psychiatrist Keith Ablow come to the conclusion that the viral hit is just a lot of jumping up and down over a catchy beat. Both O’Reilly and Ablow roundly denounce the song as having no depth or emotion. Claiming that the song is devoid of “reality, feeling, and meaning,” they imply that “Gangnam Style” represents a need for “pure escapism.” Psy is “just doing the Pony … jumping up and down,” O’Reilly says. 
O’Reilly states that the song is “without intelligible words,” and that it “doesn’t try to convince you of anything”—ignoring both the obvious fact that the words are unintelligible to himbecause they are in Korean, and the easily obtained fact that the music video is an intentional critique of South Korean materialism epitomized in the wealthy urban district of Gangnam. 
The masses of listeners, O’Reilly claims, simply want to be “pushed towards a good beat that buries them in music.” 
The climax of his litany of misunderstandings comes when he contrasts Psy with a handful of British and American singers:

Elvis Presley could sing. His songs had words. He put on a show. This is a little fat guy from Yongyang [sic], and he’s jumping up and down. … You could understand Presley, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, even Justin Bieber. … There’s no comparison.

Psy, who studied at the renowned Berklee Conservatory of Music in Boston before returning to Seoul (that’s in South Korea; Pyongyang is North Korea) to pursue his career, might disagree.
Read the rest at the Daily Dot, for all your ragefroth needs!

Keep on keepin’ on, Bill.

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Everything O’Reilly Got Wrong about “Gangnam Style”

After months of Psy taking the Internet, and then the world, by storm, you might think we’ve heard from all the pundits, music critics, pop-cultural commentators, and Korean-culture bloggers out there about the cultural, musical, and social significance of “Gangnam Style.”

But you’d be wrong. Because we hadn’t yet heard from Bill O’Reilly.

Now that “Gangnam Style” has broken all records for the most number of YouTube views, with 800 million watches and counting, the Fox pundit has deemed it worthy of his attention. But despite all the readily available resources to help him understand the song’s critique of modern South Korean culture, O’Reilly claims to be deeply confused.

In their five-minute assessment of the video, he and psychiatrist Keith Ablow come to the conclusion that the viral hit is just a lot of jumping up and down over a catchy beat. Both O’Reilly and Ablow roundly denounce the song as having no depth or emotion. Claiming that the song is devoid of “reality, feeling, and meaning,” they imply that “Gangnam Style” represents a need for “pure escapism.” Psy is “just doing the Pony … jumping up and down,” O’Reilly says. 

O’Reilly states that the song is “without intelligible words,” and that it “doesn’t try to convince you of anything”—ignoring both the obvious fact that the words are unintelligible to himbecause they are in Korean, and the easily obtained fact that the music video is an intentional critique of South Korean materialism epitomized in the wealthy urban district of Gangnam. 

The masses of listeners, O’Reilly claims, simply want to be “pushed towards a good beat that buries them in music.” 

The climax of his litany of misunderstandings comes when he contrasts Psy with a handful of British and American singers:

Elvis Presley could sing. His songs had words. He put on a show. This is a little fat guy from Yongyang [sic], and he’s jumping up and down. … You could understand Presley, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, even Justin Bieber. … There’s no comparison.

Psy, who studied at the renowned Berklee Conservatory of Music in Boston before returning to Seoul (that’s in South Korea; Pyongyang is North Korea) to pursue his career, might disagree.

Read the rest at the Daily Dot, for all your ragefroth needs!

Keep on keepin’ on, Bill.

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From “Out-Foxed”

I think I might end up using this as a reaction image a lot.

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The list of fools who have brought this disaster upon us certainly also will include New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, the gelatinous clown who (a) hogged up a prime time spot at the Republican convention to sing his own praises; (b) embraced Obama as the hero of Hurricane Sandy; and (c) then refused to appear at campaign events in support of Romney’s presidential campaign. Good luck with the remainder of your political future, governor. It is unlikely Republicans shall soon forget your perfidious betrayal.

Wow.

Many moons ago, Republicans were famous for honesty, and yet it seems to be the bane of every 2012 Republican candidate.

Yeah wow how dare Christie do what every single other Republican did at the RNC and then when disaster struck his state and Obama helped him got serious and gave Obama the credit he deserved for helping?

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The list of fools who have brought this disaster upon us certainly also will include New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, the gelatinous clown who (a) hogged up a prime time spot at the Republican convention to sing his own praises; (b) embraced Obama as the hero of Hurricane Sandy; and (c) then refused to appear at campaign events in support of Romney’s presidential campaign. Good luck with the remainder of your political future, governor. It is unlikely Republicans shall soon forget your perfidious betrayal.

Wow.

Many moons ago, Republicans were famous for honesty, and yet it seems to be the bane of every 2012 Republican candidate.

Yeah wow how dare Christie do what every single other Republican did at the RNC and then when disaster struck his state and Obama helped him got serious and gave Obama the credit he deserved for helping?

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Fox News remembers 9/11 by attacking President Obama for not mentioning God in his presidential proclamation.Fox Co-Host Gretchen Carlson noted that Obama has “called for a moment of silence, but has not called for the word God.” Fox News’ Steve Doocy added: “On this most somber of days, get this. Does the President of the United States call on people to pray for those lives lost? No.”For starters, Fox News’ claim is blatantly false…a lie, if you will: Obama’s proclamation actually calls on “God’s grace.”And, to add a bit of hypocrisy to this latest Fox News lie: George W. Bush didn’t include the word “God” in his 2006, 2007 and 2008 presidential proclamations on 9/11. But, you didn’t hear Fox attacking him for ‘ignoring God.’

Oh, Fox.

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Fox News remembers 9/11 by attacking President Obama for not mentioning God in his presidential proclamation.

Fox Co-Host Gretchen Carlson noted that Obama has “called for a moment of silence, but has not called for the word God.” Fox News’ Steve Doocy added: “On this most somber of days, get this. Does the President of the United States call on people to pray for those lives lost? No.”

For starters, Fox News’ claim is blatantly false…a lie, if you will: Obama’s proclamation actually calls on “God’s grace.”

And, to add a bit of hypocrisy to this latest Fox News lie: George W. Bush didn’t include the word “God” in his 2006, 2007 and 2008 presidential proclamations on 9/11. But, you didn’t hear Fox attacking him for ‘ignoring God.’

Oh, Fox.

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The Muslim Golf War on Christmas: by Fox News

Obama is becoming increasingly powerful. Who else has ever single handed ruined Christmas for entire families by playing golf!? Facism!

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The Muslim Golf War on Christmas: by Fox News

Obama is becoming increasingly powerful. Who else has ever single handed ruined Christmas for entire families by playing golf!? Facism!

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I appreciate that Ms. Tantaros wants us all to get laid more often. I am 100% behind the “get laid more often” plan, and if Fox News is on board, then hey. But Tantaros seems to be under the impression that women having sex for pleasure means we get laid less often (or at least less well), which is confusing. Because if feminists aren’t having sex, how are we able to get pregnant in order to have ALL of the abortions? And who does she think makes up the ranks of lesbians who are in the slow and steady process of ruining both marriage and America? SO MANY QUESTIONS. Throw a girl a bone here.

Jill at Feministe

I didn’t watch the video because I don’t feel like getting angry right now, but I always appreciate some good feminist snark.

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All the abortions.

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ALL OF THEM.

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99% have refrigerators? You food-chilling motherfuckers! How dare you? That’s why it makes complete sense that the word poor in that graphic is in quotations. These people aren’t poor! They’re “poor.” I’m sure the other 1% of people who don’t have refrigerators don’t have them not because they don’t have food but because they’re always ordering room service.

Jon Stewart, commenting on Fox News’ infograph claiming that “99% of ‘poor people’ have refrigerators.”

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