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2012-10-08 09:37:06 AM
O'Reilly's interview on Thursday's The Daily Show was one of the most awkward moments in that show's history. Will this be more of that?
 
2012-10-08 10:10:23 AM
sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.
 
2012-10-08 10:13:21 AM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.


Ah yes, the fact some one has money means their views are worthless.
 
2012-10-08 10:13:28 AM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.


Trolllolol?

Please clarify what shopping at Wal-Mart has to do with your point.
 
2012-10-08 10:22:16 AM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.



People can be rich, and still not support a system that overwhelmingly favors the rich.

Who knew?
 
Zel
2012-10-08 10:38:17 AM
Only time to watch a few minutes here, but uck, it's just like the presidential debate. One of them is trying to be factual and honorable and the other is trying to shout over the top with nonsense. O'Reilly is much better at this sort of game.

Then Jon mixes up debt and deficit...
disapointing.
 
2012-10-08 10:47:14 AM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.


That's the difference between rich democrats and rich republicans. Rich democrats are much more likely to vote against their self interests for the good of the country.
 
2012-10-08 10:51:27 AM
The debate was good, the execution of it online was a total clusterfark. How in the world can you hype an event to a national audience for over a week and then have your server crap out due to "unexpected demand"?

I liked that Jon was up to being a liberal bulldog. I was worried he would be back to his whole "Rally to Restore Sanity" mindset, cutting conservatives way too much slack for the sake of "cooperation." He did try to credit O'Reilly for being educated and a scholar of political science. And I really tried to give the giant a fair listen. But Billo just said way too many things that were...well...stupid. Sorry, Jon, but your respected rival is just a stupid asshole.
 
2012-10-08 10:59:46 AM

Blues_X: People can be rich, and still not support a system that overwhelmingly favors the rich.


If I read that comment right (not yours the trolly guy), since I'm white, male, and relatively affluent, and yet I refuse to support policies and mechanisms that favor me to the exclusion of others, my opinion is somehow not valid.
 
2012-10-08 11:04:16 AM

Zel: Only time to watch a few minutes here, but uck, it's just like the presidential debate. One of them is trying to be factual and honorable and the other is trying to shout over the top with nonsense. O'Reilly is much better at this sort of game.

Then Jon mixes up debt and deficit...
disapointing.


Yeah that's about when I quit watching. I'm not a fan of O'Reilly at all but Stewart came off as a complete moron after that mistake.
 
2012-10-08 11:14:06 AM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er


Actually, Jon Stewart is the first to tell you that he's a 1%er. He's done so many times on his show. He's also one to tell you, quite often, actually, that he would have no problem paying more in taxes.

So, anyway, I'm sorry. Your point was what again?
 
2012-10-08 11:53:38 AM
Jon Stewart is the man but he looked like a pretty big farking idiot when he mixed up debt and deficit. The debate went downhill from there to be honest.
 
2012-10-08 11:58:17 AM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.


Well, then you should be hating on O'Reilly, pretty much every major network anchor, and even a few of the biggest names in radio news.

PS, Stewart started off as a comedian. Turns out he likes politics. And the government never ceases to provide comic fodder for comedians. So he made a show of it. It's still not news...
 
2012-10-08 12:02:35 PM
I thought it very entertaining. I laughed several times, and was surprised to see O`Reilly and Stuart on the same page on many issues.
 
2012-10-08 12:35:52 PM
"The Rumble 2012 - Jon Stewa..."
This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Straight Talk, Inc./Busboy Productions, Inc..
Sorry about that.


Well.. fark you very much, staight talk, Inc.
 
2012-10-08 01:03:59 PM

BraveNewCheneyWorld: "The Rumble 2012 - Jon Stewa..."
This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Straight Talk, Inc./Busboy Productions, Inc..
Sorry about that.

Well.. fark you very much, staight talk, Inc.


It would have cost you $5 to watch it Saturday, I doubt they like the idea of someone posting the whole thing for free just a day or two later.
 
2012-10-08 01:36:20 PM
I enjoyed it. Came to watch Jon Stewart school Bill O'Reilly. Left with a new respect for the man. It's much harder to defend the indefensible than to be right.
 
2012-10-08 02:33:33 PM
I was able to watch the whole thing, and left the browser on it. I can replay it, but if I open it in a new window, it is gone. I will keep the page open, everyone come over, BYOB.
 
2012-10-08 02:42:01 PM

andersoncouncil42: KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.

That's the difference between rich democrats and rich republicans. Rich democrats are much more likely to vote against their self interests for the good of the country.


I would take it a bit further. I think that rich Democrats *do* vote in their own interests. Rich Republicans *think* they vote in their own interests, but don't, and that *that's* the real difference. To be rich and to be *secure* in your wealth, you must be part of an economy that supports you in that, which means that that economy, if not rich, must at least be healthy. When Republicans vote in ways that add stress to working-class people's lives, they may be 'helping' themselves in the short term, on paper, but they are hurting their own longer-term interests, by working to destabilise and weaken the society they depend very much on -- that we all do, for our very survival. When rich Democrats cast votes that appear to act against their own short-term interests -- say, by electing to increase taxes on the higher brackets they belong to -- they are more often actually helping to bolster the society that they understand full well they depend on, that must sustain and remain healthy in order for them to get to enjoy their wealth. The circle-the-wagons approach to economic stresses that seems more typical of some (not all) economic conservatives is an instinctive and quite logical approach, but one that only serves immediate or short-term interests, and more commonly threatens their long-term interests.
 
2012-10-08 02:53:14 PM
For those unable to find or view a cribbed free version, you can download it for a whole five clams here. Proceeds go to benefit a fistful of worthy charities both men support (list on linked page). Don't tell me you've never once considered dropping five bucks for some extra fun.
 
2012-10-08 03:18:05 PM

SmellsLikePoo: KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.

Trolllolol?

Please clarify what shopping at Wal-Mart has to do with your point.


Us rich people shop at Target, peasant.
 
2012-10-08 03:32:15 PM
I read a quote after the debate where Stewart says again that he's not a political figure and just a comedian and you shouldn't take him seriously. He always says this and I think he's being disingenuous now. He has become a political commentator of sorts and is the source of information for a certain audience. He should just own up to it and not try to hedge behind the critical-proof label of entertainer.
 
2012-10-08 05:42:20 PM

lordaction: SmellsLikePoo: KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.

Trolllolol?

Please clarify what shopping at Wal-Mart has to do with your point.

Us rich people shop at Target, peasant.


Target sells iPhones?
 
2012-10-08 05:56:46 PM

Blues_X: KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.


People can be rich, and still not support a system that overwhelmingly favors the rich.

Who knew?


Republicans mistake empathy for hypocrisy.
 
2012-10-08 06:16:32 PM
Damn... John Stewart isn't half as smart as I though he was, and I really didn't thing he was all that smart to begin with. And please don't confuse talent with intelligence.
 
2012-10-08 07:50:04 PM

Brick-House: Damn... John Stewart isn't half as smart as I though he was, and I really didn't thing he was all that smart to begin with. And please don't confuse talent with intelligence.


By all means, please share with us the flaws in Stewart's arguments.
 
2012-10-08 07:53:13 PM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.


There is this thing that some humans are born with, it is called empathy. Empathy does not care how much money you have or what religion you belong to, or for that matter, what your political affiliation is. It means that you can put yourself in someone elses shoes, see the world from someone else's eyes and feel thier pain. People with this trait are less likely to be greedy, tend to care for others more and for some reason vote democrat.
 
2012-10-08 07:54:36 PM

UseLessHuman: It would have cost you $5 to watch it Saturday, I doubt they like the idea of someone posting the whole thing for free just a day or two later.


And if I remember correctly, it was going to charity. I saw it go up on YouTube a couple hours after it was done... just strikes me as a little sh*tty. I initially thought they put it up for free because access ended up all screwed up, but it doesn't really look that way.
 
2012-10-08 07:58:02 PM

Nebulious: Brick-House: Damn... John Stewart isn't half as smart as I though he was, and I really didn't thing he was all that smart to begin with. And please don't confuse talent with intelligence.

By all means, please share with us the flaws in Stewart's arguments.


They weren't flaws, but they could have been much more compelling if he included more fairly common knowledge that's out there. He wasn't so bad as people here make it out though.
 
2012-10-08 08:02:07 PM
Anyone got a mirror?
I need to fix my makeup.
 
2012-10-08 08:38:16 PM

vudukungfu: Anyone got a mirror?
I need to fix my makeup.


There's a torrent by the same name on pirate bay.

not that I condone stealing...
 
2012-10-08 10:55:15 PM

rooftop235: PS, Stewart started off as a comedian. Turns out he likes politics. And the government never ceases to provide comic fodder for comedians. So he made a show of it. It's still not news...


upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-10-09 01:02:40 AM

Huck Chaser: rooftop235: PS, Stewart started off as a comedian. Turns out he likes politics. And the government never ceases to provide comic fodder for comedians. So he made a show of it. It's still not news...

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Wow, that brings me back. I remember Stewart taking over and phasing out '5 questions' and thinking - yeah this is going to flop from here on out.

Boy, was I wrong.
 
2012-10-09 07:31:33 AM

Huck Chaser: rooftop235: PS, Stewart started off as a comedian. Turns out he likes politics. And the government never ceases to provide comic fodder for comedians. So he made a show of it. It's still not news...

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Stewart didn't build that!

I went to a taping when Kilborn was still hosting. He was obnoxious off camera to staff and audience.
 
2012-10-09 10:48:08 AM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.



Jon IS a 1%'er, numbnuts. the difference is that Jon knows the system is being gamed by his socio economic class at the expense of the other 98% and its hurting this Nation's future.

duh. Jon is one of the few honest rich guys left. another one is warren buffett. buffett wondered publically why george bush jr was giving he and his rich buddies tax cuts in the middle of an expensive war.
 
2012-10-09 10:49:16 AM

KrispyKritter: sorry, i don't get the love for Jon Stewart. check his bank account. if he's not a 1%'er then he's just out back living in one of their guest houses. one more talking head mugging merrily for the camera. don't be surprised when he throws his hat in the ring one day. he's a trained actor - a professional liar, for your amusement. i really doubt he's ever shopped Wal-Mart or had to wear cheap shoes.



oh, and Walmart: we exploit cheap communist chinese labor so you don't have to!!
 
2012-10-09 03:31:22 PM

Mawson of the Antarctic: I read a quote after the debate where Stewart says again that he's not a political figure and just a comedian and you shouldn't take him seriously. He always says this and I think he's being disingenuous now. He has become a political commentator of sorts and is the source of information for a certain audience. He should just own up to it and not try to hedge behind the critical-proof label of entertainer.


I love the guy, but I do agree with this point.
 
2012-10-09 04:52:19 PM

Huck Chaser: rooftop235: PS, Stewart started off as a comedian. Turns out he likes politics. And the government never ceases to provide comic fodder for comedians. So he made a show of it. It's still not news...

[upload.wikimedia.org image 220x165]


There's an old video of Craig Kilborn interviewing Jon Stewart on The Daily Show. I can see why he chose not to stick with it. Watching the video, you're not sure who's interviewing who - not just because it's Jon Stewart on what would become "the Jon Stewart Show," but because Kilborn doesn't really have control of the banter. I just can't picture him interviewing, say, Kofi Annan or Hillary Clinton.

Yonder: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjbbU1wCK8w
 
2012-10-10 10:09:56 AM

peasandcarrots: I just can't picture him interviewing, say, Kofi Annan or Hillary Clinton.


That's probably because he wouldn't have. The Daily Show under Kilborn was much more of a "make fun of the news" show, rather than the "present news in a funny way" show it is today under Stewart.
 
2012-10-10 10:27:41 PM

troymccluresf: Mawson of the Antarctic: I read a quote after the debate where Stewart says again that he's not a political figure and just a comedian and you shouldn't take him seriously. He always says this and I think he's being disingenuous now. He has become a political commentator of sorts and is the source of information for a certain audience. He should just own up to it and not try to hedge behind the critical-proof label of entertainer.

I love the guy, but I do agree with this point.


Stewart and Colbert are comedians, but they have to be smarter than at least 3 quarters of the talking heads on the 24 hour news channels. What makes Hannity more reputable? It's a commentary show that contains about as much "news" only he's a disingenuous dumbass.
 
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