Fuck you, Luke Russert, you wouldn’t know grace or elegance if she walked in on you getting a blumpkin in the bathroom at Wonderland from a Paris clone.
Anonymous asked: What color is the sky?
In a world in which Luke fucking Russert is an on-air reporter for MSNBC despite being both stupid and shitty on the air, the answer is clearly:
And by this, dude fucking means that the Bloomberg reporter WHO GAVE UP A QUESTION TO THE LEADER OF CHINA in order to demand on-camera that said leader answer the question is a fellow reporter posed about China’s shitty human rights record isn’t as fucking cool as Alan Rickman’s German terrorist-thief in “Die Hard.”
Yeah, you’re a journalist, you fucking turd. That was some righteous reporter shit up in there, and you were busy mentally jacking off to 80s violence-porn. Congrats. Your dad would be proud, I’m sure.
Does it really warrant this ludicrous degree of fawnellatio, even for Howie, to get access to the son of a guy who is no longer even around to pimp anyone’s books? Who is possibly the single least “deserving” personality on television? Maybe if Trig Palin got a spot on Fox, I would understand this “protectiveness” bullshit (but Trig would probably get better ratings) (and elevate the level of discourse, ha ha ha, etc. etc.)
No, dimwit. They canceled it altogether and said they now lacked jurisdiction. Kind of a big fucking difference, but I guess it’s hard to read a press release with your head jammed that far up your own ass.
Reading this article about how some slideshows are the scourge of internet journalism, we’ve come to realize something:
Luke Russert is the HuffPo nip-slip slideshow of television news.
Indeed, you smug bag of mostly water. Thanks for that stellar commentary.
We are very, very tired of MSNBC’s nepotism hire. Every day, we wish we could just tell him to STFU. This blog is intended to explain why.