Monday, April 25, 2005

Attack of the Raging News-Elf

Via Babes for Bush, this bit of Drudgery about the world’s oldest teenager who unlike Peter Pan or Annette Funicello is working ‘da news:

«NEW YORK TIMES writer Alessandra Stanley is set to kick NBC's TODAY show host Katie Couric when she is down -- kick her hard!

Facing audience erosion, Couric "has grown downright scary: America's girl next door has morphed into the mercurial diva down the hall," Stanley is planing to smack in Monday editions, newsroom sources tell DRUDGE.

"At the first sound of her peremptory voice and clickety stiletto heels, people dart behind doors and douse the lights."

NBC has turned TODAY and Couric "into a Marxist-style cult of personality. The camera fixates on Couric's legs during interviews, she performs in innumerable skits and stunts, and her clowning is given center stage even during news events. TODAY hit a low point in July, when Saddam Hussein appeared in a Baghdad courtroom to hear the charges he will face when he goes to trial as a war criminal.

"All the networks interrupted their programming to show live images of Saddam -- all except NBC. TODAY stayed on Couric swatting shuttlecocks with the U.S. Olympic badminton team."

Stanley punches: "Something has to be very wrong with NBC's TODAY if viewers are turning to ABC's Diane Sawyer as a refreshingly wholesome, down-to-earth alternative."»
Don’t forget that Couric is the woman who gave America a guided tour of her rectum. Ever notice that these women who call themselves “Divas” can’t sing, and the ones who call themselves “Goddesses” are allergic to and uncomfortable with any religious issue?

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