Get your great-great-grandparents’ formal mourning attire out of the attic so you’ll be ready in case Republicans take control of the Senate!
There’s a show up at the Met right now featuring mourning garments from their Anna Wintour Fashion Center. Interesting stuff.
Fox News says, “We [mis]inform; we manipulate you through distraction, distortion, innuendo, misdirection; then we smirk while lisping, ‘But we trust you. You’re intelligent. We know that when you decide, you’ll make the right judgments’.”
OK. So, as Fox News might introduce it:
Some make a big deal about the fact that while Rick Scott was C.E.O. he directed his company’s deliberate campaign to keep two sets of books in order to steal enormous sums from U.S. taxpayers – including Florida taxpayers. Was the company Scott controlled guilty of truly serious crimes? Sure. Everyone knows that. They were forced to pay more than half-a-billion dollar fine — the largest fine ever imposed. So what? That was the company. Was Scott himself fined or imprisoned? Absolutely not! Scott pled the Fifth time after time. For his stonewalling he not only escaped prison, he also earned a bonus from his corporation’s board for having kept them out of prison. How big a bonus?
No one denies that FIGURATIVELY Rick Scott made his fortune by sucking the life blood from the weak and vulnerable. Some say he has done so LITERALLY as well. In fact, many insist he is the real-life undead vampire Nosferatu, whose story is told in F.W. Murnau’s film. As you know, the title character (who goes by the name Count Orlock) was portrayed in that film by the great Max Schreck. Numerous highly placed sources say the NSA has ironclad classified information proving that Scott’s remarkable resemblance to “Orlock” might not be mere coincidence. Confidential informants claim to have heard Vice President Cheney grunt, “Ahr! Cough. We now know! Snarl!!”
Still, here at Faux Noise we never, ever try to influence our viewers. We merely inform. You decide. Watch this video snippet, make up your own mind, and let us know what you think.
I saw this link to a web story:
I wondered… If you want to know why lower income young women aren’t joining the Marines, why ask high-income, no longer young women? Why not ask the sort of women you’re actually trying to recruit?
This should speak for itself. Be sure to read their last robo-mail response!
I say “last” because my young friend Kevin has persuaded me to send such fecal matter straight to the junk file without wasting time on it.