Lox & Friends

After almost a week asea sans Fox & Friends, the author anticipated a delightful diversion today. Unfortunately, an F&F one failed to materialize. Instead, he was compelled to listen to co-anchor Gretchen Carlson mispronounce “Opry” as if it were named after the television talk show host (during the “Opry Goes Pink” breast-cancer-awareness mention); forced to fast forward through Peter Johnson, Jr.’s usual patronizing healthcare homily; and made to wait in vain for a fun story or exchange. A futile endeavor. (Sorry, co-host Steve Doocy’s shoeless son Peter hawking his barefoot running story did not quite make the grade.)

Instead of Fox & Friends, it was Lox & Friends. I.e., largely tasteless and repugnant to all but the devoted. Spice it up, Bill! Or, at least, put something new on the menu.

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6 Responses to “Lox & Friends”

  1. Tom B. Says:

    Jake? Is that you? Did Evil Jake tie you up and write two semi-negative posts in a row? I hope you’re alright. ;=)

  2. jakeho Says:

    Quite humorous, Tom B. Hopefully, not semi-negativism but positive criticism.

  3. jerziegrl Says:

    Jake, I agree with you about PJ jr. They need to stop giving him air time regarding the Health Care thing. It is too much, too often. We get it….he doesn’t agree with it…SHOCKING!

    I missed the Opry thing. Was it an Ainsley moment she had?(boogiewoogie is going to HATE that I just compared the two of them ;) ).

  4. jakeho Says:

    Indeed, Jerziegrl. And, yes, BW will go ballistic at the very thought.

  5. Eh, Get Over Yourselves « Boogiewoogee’s Weblog Says:

    […] 6, 2009 Jake and jerziegirl are cackling over Gretchen Carlson allegedly mispronouncing something mainly known to southerners and assuming […]

  6. CathyG Says:

    Saw Daddy’s boy Peter’s segment on bare foot jogging – not one of his better pieces. However, he is a young man with some potential. He would be better advised to slide off Daddy’s coat tails, get a job with a TV station a thousand miles away from New York and earn his own credentials. Then at least we wouldn’t have to put up with him not just being thanked for his piece – normal practice when an anchor regains control from a reporter – but also the continual chorus of “Good Job Peter”

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