Even al-Qaeda doesn’t think Fox News is a real news channel.
Newt Gingrich, accusing Fox News of a Mitt Romney bias that he believes has damaged his campaign for president.
Fox definitely has a Romney bias, but I’m fairly sure that Gingrich is doing just fine destroying his campaign on his own. Fox News has responded, saying, “This is nothing more than Newt auditioning for a windfall of a gig at CNN. That’s the kind of man he is. Not to mention, he’s still bitter over the termination of his contributor contract.” Gingrich is not the fist GOP candidate to accuse Fox News of bias: Rick Santorum did so earlier this year.
Fox News’ ‘mole,” in a statement to Gawker, reacting to Fox’s announcement that they have identified the leak and are exploring legal action against them.
Unidentified reporter to Rick Santorum following his campaign suspension announcement.
Insert one last anal sex Santorum joke to end this nightmare here.
Fox News hired a doctor to confirm that President Obama’s son would look nothing like Trayvon Martin. That’s fucking investigative journalism and science at its finest.
I found a video for those who can bare to watch.
I couldn’t even watch a full minute.
Fox News, you are so pathetic.
Lou Dobbs, you’re such a sweaty blubbery white embarrassment. How many networks have you been fired from?
Dr. Keith Ablow, resident Fox News psychiatric quack, on the results of The Hunger Games, which he insists “adds to the toxic psychological forces it identifies.”
Fox News has also established The Hunger Games as a “cautionary tale against big government.”
Fox News’ Geraldo Rivera, sort of apologizing but not really at all for his comments that wearing a hoodie killed Trayvon Martin.
Blaming victims, saving lives: the American motto.
Fox News host Geraldo Rivera, arguing that had Trayvon Martin been dressed more appropriately, he would have not looked so suspicious and would not have been murdered.
Hi guys. So, I’m about to embark on a big adventure, a doctorate program, and I am starting to think that I need some new equipment. First thing about me, I am super (impressively) cheap. I have one of the now rare black Macbooks from 2008, and I have done everything in my power to avoid getting a new one. My philosophy is that it works, so why bother getting another one? However, it doesn’t work all that well. The hard drive and most of the other parts have been replaced a few times, but it’s just getting old. Programs tend to crash, it’s generally slow, etc. As much as I don’t want to, I think I may need to invest in a new computer for the next 6-8 years of my education.
However, I really hate the current Apple options. The macbook air doesn’t have a cd drive, and the Macbook pro is big and so expensive. I don’t think I can justify spending that much for a laptop.
In doing quick math I have deduced that I can buy a desktop IMac (beautiful, massive screen) and a cheaper PC laptop for the same price or less than a Macbook pro. All I really use it for is blogging, Netflix, looking at pictures of cats, word processing, and maybe running statistics programs. My questions to you, Tumblr universe, are thus: is is stupid for a grad student to invest the majority of their computer fund into a desktop? Is a macbook really that much better than it’s much cheaper, equally stylish PC cousins? Have you recently given up Apple?