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(Huffington Post)   Megan Kelly getting Sean Hannity's slot. Hopefully, the doctors will clean all the sand out of it before going ahead with the transplant   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 76
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2013-08-09 04:44:11 PM  
ugly man derper out, hot woman derper in.
 
2013-08-09 04:46:10 PM  
So apparently Fox is trying to tone things down.

Bad month for Hannity, first his radio program gets dropped by a swath of stations and now he's off primetime.
 
2013-08-09 04:46:15 PM  
I might be interested in her slot.
 
2013-08-09 04:50:47 PM  

Cletus C.: I might be interested in her slot.


It's been used for a while.

/Probably just as sandy now as Hannity's
 
2013-08-09 04:53:52 PM  
Done before the Weeners. Well played, subby...
 
2013-08-09 04:54:14 PM  
The funny thing is that I think Megan Kelly  almostgets it.  She can buck the network's talking point when the derp o' the day directly relates to something she herself has experienced.  Most notably the guest she was talking to about mothers returning to work after a pregnancy (something she had just recently done.)

I don't have high hopes for her though.  I'm fairly certain that the gamut of Megan Kelly's life experiences is exceedingly narrow.
 
2013-08-09 04:58:51 PM  
Did I miss something? What's happening to Hannity, he's leaving?
 
2013-08-09 04:59:32 PM  

IdBeCrazyIf: So apparently Fox is trying to tone things down.

Bad month for Hannity, first his radio program gets dropped by a swath of stations and now he's off primetime.



Perhaps Hannity's only option now is to get waterboarded, just like he promised.  You know....... for the troops.
 
2013-08-09 05:02:10 PM  

death-monkey: The funny thing is that I think Megan Kelly  almostgets it.  She can buck the network's talking point when the derp o' the day directly relates to something she herself has experienced.  Most notably the guest she was talking to about mothers returning to work after a pregnancy (something she had just recently done.)

I don't have high hopes for her though.  I'm fairly certain that the gamut of Megan Kelly's life experiences is exceedingly narrow.


Isn't this how most conservatives are? They only buck the trend when they have personally experienced something? See Dick Cheney and Rob Portman on gay marriage, Mark Kirk on medical care, all GOPers on sequestration flight delays, and infinite others?
 
2013-08-09 05:05:04 PM  

death-monkey: The funny thing is that I think Megan Kelly  almostgets it.  She can buck the network's talking point when the derp o' the day directly relates to something she herself has experienced.  Most notably the guest she was talking to about mothers returning to work after a pregnancy (something she had just recently done.)

I don't have high hopes for her though.  I'm fairly certain that the gamut of Megan Kelly's life experiences is exceedingly narrow.


Except that before she got pregnant and took maternity leave, she was actually calling for maternity benefits to be cut.  She has a tendency to buck the talking points, but it's just that.  A tendency.  She is the typical conservative.  They are incapable of empathy unless the issue directly affects them.
 
2013-08-09 05:06:04 PM  

DamnYankees: death-monkey: The funny thing is that I think Megan Kelly  almostgets it.  She can buck the network's talking point when the derp o' the day directly relates to something she herself has experienced.  Most notably the guest she was talking to about mothers returning to work after a pregnancy (something she had just recently done.)

I don't have high hopes for her though.  I'm fairly certain that the gamut of Megan Kelly's life experiences is exceedingly narrow.

Isn't this how most conservatives are? They only buck the trend when they have personally experienced something? See Dick Cheney and Rob Portman on gay marriage, Mark Kirk on medical care, all GOPers on sequestration flight delays, and infinite others?

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That's true unfortunately.  Complete and total lack of empathy for your fellow man is a requirement of today's GOP.
 
2013-08-09 05:07:56 PM  

Headso: ugly man derper out, hot woman derper in.


Replacing one boob with two boobs.
 
2013-08-09 05:10:16 PM  

IdBeCrazyIf: So apparently Fox is trying to tone things down.

Bad month for Hannity, first his radio program gets dropped by a swath of stations and now he's off primetime.


UPDATE: Fox News chief Roger Ailes http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/08/roger-ailes-fox-news-shep-smi th-megyn-kelly_n_3727723.html?utm_hp_ref=media" target="_hplink">dropped some big hints about what changes might be afoot during an interview on Thursday. Ailes said that he has been working with Shep Smith, who anchors the network's 3 and 7 PM hours, on a "a new way to deliver news" that would be unveiled in September-just around the time Kelly returns from maternity leave. This raised the possibility that Smith would also be involved in whatever changes Kelly's ascension prompts.

So it looks like Hannity might be the new news anchor and Shep is getting the boot?
 
2013-08-09 05:11:10 PM  
She's pretty, but in an evil coonty kind of way.  Kind of like my sister who believes everything she hears on Faux and spent all last summer saying things like "I pay taxes so my opinion counts more than yours."  even though everybody she said that to also paid taxes, just not as much as she did.
 
2013-08-09 05:14:55 PM  

DamnYankees: Did I miss something? What's happening to Hannity, he's leaving?


Nah, he's still under contract. Odds are he'll get the Ed Schultz treatment: shuffled off to a weekend slot, which in cable news is the equivalent of the graveyard shift.

Maybe they could team the two of them up, in a show on Fox, the number one cable news network (so you know it's the best!), sponsored by America's number one restaurant chain. Call it McLoud and McStupid.
 
2013-08-09 05:18:16 PM  

DamnYankees: death-monkey: The funny thing is that I think Megan Kelly  almostgets it.  She can buck the network's talking point when the derp o' the day directly relates to something she herself has experienced.  Most notably the guest she was talking to about mothers returning to work after a pregnancy (something she had just recently done.)

I don't have high hopes for her though.  I'm fairly certain that the gamut of Megan Kelly's life experiences is exceedingly narrow.

Isn't this how most conservatives are? They only buck the trend when they have personally experienced something? See Dick Cheney and Rob Portman on gay marriage, Mark Kirk on medical care, all GOPers on sequestration flight delays, and infinite others?


Laura Ingraham was vehemently anti-gay until her brother came out. Go figure.
 
2013-08-09 05:19:54 PM  
pocketdoppler.com
 
2013-08-09 05:20:07 PM  

death-monkey: The funny thing is that I think Megan Kelly  almostgets it.  She can buck the network's talking point when the derp o' the day directly relates to something she herself has experienced.  Most notably the guest she was talking to about mothers returning to work after a pregnancy (something she had just recently done.)

I don't have high hopes for her though.  I'm fairly certain that the gamut of Megan Kelly's life experiences is exceedingly narrow.


That makes it worse.

She is firmly against everything that doesn't benefit her. But, holy hell, when it is something that she gets...then it is perfectly ok.
 
2013-08-09 05:21:19 PM  

Mikey1969: Done before the Weeners. Well played, subby...


Thank you. And thanks for overlooking the spelling mistake on Megyn's name.

Hobodeluxe:
So it looks like Hannity might be the new news anchor and Shep is getting the boot?

That sounds like the most probable scenario. Shep is far too moderate for Fox.
 
2013-08-09 05:25:25 PM  

bulldg4life: death-monkey: The funny thing is that I think Megan Kelly  almostgets it.  She can buck the network's talking point when the derp o' the day directly relates to something she herself has experienced.  Most notably the guest she was talking to about mothers returning to work after a pregnancy (something she had just recently done.)

I don't have high hopes for her though.  I'm fairly certain that the gamut of Megan Kelly's life experiences is exceedingly narrow.

That makes it worse.

She is firmly against everything that doesn't benefit her. But, holy hell, when it is something that she gets...then it is perfectly ok.


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When I first saw that I had hoped that it meant that she was becoming "self-aware" like a terminator, or some sort of microscopic organism: suddenly realizing that she was part of a bigger picture and other people might feel like her.   That wasn't the case though.

/still not sure about the terminator part...
 
2013-08-09 05:29:24 PM  

death-monkey: she was becoming "self-aware"


Well, there's no telling what she actually believes. I mean, she damn near laughed at Rove on election night. Same with Bill'O.

Who the hell knows what they are like off camera and just how deep in to the echo chamber they are
 
2013-08-09 05:31:55 PM  
Behold, the changing of the derp.
 
2013-08-09 05:35:18 PM  
I'll give Kelly this much, she is the pinnacle of Hate Fark Mountain.
 
2013-08-09 05:35:44 PM  

bulldg4life: death-monkey: she was becoming "self-aware"

Well, there's no telling what she actually believes. I mean, she damn near laughed at Rove on election night. Same with Bill'O.

Who the hell knows what they are like off camera and just how deep in to the echo chamber they are


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Probably true enough.  I get the feeling a lot of "conservative commentators" have very different beliefs than those they espouse publicly, or at least their private beliefs aren't completely as far to the right.

Don't get me wrong, there are "true believers," just not as many as there would seem.
 
2013-08-09 05:36:44 PM  
Hey subby, she spells it Megyn Kelly.

/Married to Megan Kelly
//mine is better
///she's still kinda jealous about the opportunity to verbally biatch slap Rove.
 
2013-08-09 05:43:21 PM  
Did someone at Fox finally notice that their no-holds-barred assault on reality helped put a Democrat in the White House?
 
2013-08-09 05:43:49 PM  

bulldg4life: death-monkey: she was becoming "self-aware"

Well, there's no telling what she actually believes. I mean, she damn near laughed at Rove on election night. Same with Bill'O.

Who the hell knows what they are like off camera and just how deep in to the echo chamber they are


I've always gotten the feeling that conservative hosts, be it tv or radio, are usually at odds with each other.  Al Franken once talked about how despised Limbaugh is amongst conservative radio and O'Reilly once ranted about Michael Savage on live tv.  Mostly I think it's just an ego clash.
 
2013-08-09 05:45:50 PM  

Flappyhead: Mostly I think it's just an ego clash.


Definitely. They need to be the voice of the movement.
 
2013-08-09 05:50:15 PM  

bulldg4life: Flappyhead: Mostly I think it's just an ego clash.

Definitely. They need to be the voice of the movement.


But remember, it's not an echo chamber.
 
2013-08-09 05:50:46 PM  

death-monkey: bulldg4life: death-monkey: she was becoming "self-aware"

Well, there's no telling what she actually believes. I mean, she damn near laughed at Rove on election night. Same with Bill'O.

Who the hell knows what they are like off camera and just how deep in to the echo chamber they are

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Probably true enough.  I get the feeling a lot of "conservative commentators" have very different beliefs than those they espouse publicly, or at least their private beliefs aren't completely as far to the right.

Don't get me wrong, there are "true believers," just not as many as there would seem.


I would actually put Charles Krauthammer in that category.  On paper, he appears positively brilliant, and he's exceedingly well educated, but his political analysis these days is so thin and talking point laden.  It is literally a conservative word salad.  He's bucked the party line in the past, but as a FOX News contributor, he's a rank-and-file mouthbreather.
 
2013-08-09 05:55:22 PM  

Zerochance: death-monkey: bulldg4life: death-monkey: she was becoming "self-aware"

Well, there's no telling what she actually believes. I mean, she damn near laughed at Rove on election night. Same with Bill'O.

Who the hell knows what they are like off camera and just how deep in to the echo chamber they are

-----------------

Probably true enough.  I get the feeling a lot of "conservative commentators" have very different beliefs than those they espouse publicly, or at least their private beliefs aren't completely as far to the right.

Don't get me wrong, there are "true believers," just not as many as there would seem.

I would actually put Charles Krauthammer in that category.  On paper, he appears positively brilliant, and he's exceedingly well educated, but his political analysis these days is so thin and talking point laden.  It is literally a conservative word salad.  He's bucked the party line in the past, but as a FOX News contributor, he's a rank-and-file mouthbreather.


Kauthammer is about as smart as he is good at diving into pools.
 
2013-08-09 06:01:56 PM  

Zerochance: death-monkey: bulldg4life: death-monkey: she was becoming "self-aware"

Well, there's no telling what she actually believes. I mean, she damn near laughed at Rove on election night. Same with Bill'O.

Who the hell knows what they are like off camera and just how deep in to the echo chamber they are

-----------------

Probably true enough.  I get the feeling a lot of "conservative commentators" have very different beliefs than those they espouse publicly, or at least their private beliefs aren't completely as far to the right.

Don't get me wrong, there are "true believers," just not as many as there would seem.

I would actually put Charles Krauthammer in that category.  On paper, he appears positively brilliant, and he's exceedingly well educated, but his political analysis these days is so thin and talking point laden.  It is literally a conservative word salad.  He's bucked the party line in the past, but as a FOX News contributor, he's a rank-and-file mouthbreather.


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I've come to believe that they get paid by how many buzzwords and talking points they can cram into their opinion pieces.  At the end of the day thoughtful conversation is trumped by just getting the low-info derpers agitated and then collecting the paycheck.
 
2013-08-09 06:02:32 PM  
She got a lot of press when she walked down to question Fox's crack stat team about the results, but watching it at the time, I thought it was just a chance to show off her legs.  There were significantly more full-body shots than were necessary.

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Great gams though.
 
2013-08-09 06:04:11 PM  
I know she's part of the evil destroying everything, but she sure is good looking.  Not many blondes itch my scratch like she does.

Who's been a naughty girl?  Yes, you have.  You've been very very naughty.  Now I'm going to have to teach you a lesson.
 
2013-08-09 06:04:15 PM  
It's "Megyn."  The y makes her a standout among all the other Stepford Go-tards.
 
2013-08-09 06:05:08 PM  
Rap I'm pretty sure thats exactly why they sent Megyn Kelly.
 
2013-08-09 06:05:26 PM  

Cletus C.: [pocketdoppler.com image 246x300]


... Damn...
 
2013-08-09 06:05:27 PM  

Cletus C.: [pocketdoppler.com image 246x300]


Looks like she was making sure it was an SBD.
 
2013-08-09 06:06:08 PM  
Hannity isn't going anywhere. He's like herpes, always coming back.
 
2013-08-09 06:13:20 PM  
Subby wins the internet today.
 
2013-08-09 06:18:24 PM  

DamnYankees: death-monkey: The funny thing is that I think Megan Kelly  almostgets it.  She can buck the network's talking point when the derp o' the day directly relates to something she herself has experienced.  Most notably the guest she was talking to about mothers returning to work after a pregnancy (something she had just recently done.)

I don't have high hopes for her though.  I'm fairly certain that the gamut of Megan Kelly's life experiences is exceedingly narrow.

Isn't this how most conservatives are? They only buck the trend when they have personally experienced something? See Dick Cheney and Rob Portman on gay marriage, Mark Kirk on medical care, all GOPers on sequestration flight delays, and infinite others?


Of course. It's the central intellectual deficit of conservatism. They lack the ability to consider consequences directly outside their experience (not unlike children below the age of 6).

It is of course why, historically speaking, they've been right a total of no times and won the argument a total of no times.
 
2013-08-09 06:45:36 PM  
So, this means she'll be going up against Rachel Maddow and Piers Morgan, her competitors in that time slot.

Something tells me this is a calculated move because GOP Inc. knows good and well they're eating it with women these days, and me thinks this is a ploy to try and soften the Republican party's image and bring the women back. At the same time, the horny guys will tune in because of the purty lady...

I have a feeling that if the GOP loses it's ass on election night 2014, she'll be back on afternoons with the "wanted to spend more time with my family" excuse tailing behind her.

Mark my words...
 
2013-08-09 06:55:40 PM  
Well at least it'll be better eye-candy for when all the old people at my gym change every tv in the place to Fox news.
 
2013-08-09 06:57:22 PM  
Good to see that FN is actually taking advice from a news "Person" in the form of Shep. I think the guy might actually be a reporter as well as a pretty face.

Or maybe not.
 
2013-08-09 07:00:04 PM  
I'm confused. Is Megyn the blond woman on Fox News, or is she the blond one?
 
2013-08-09 07:01:11 PM  
meGYN- Me Gynecologist

Me.GYN - Medical Gynecologist

M.E. GYN - Medically Educated Gynecologist

MEG YNo -

MEGYn - Smegyn,

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\\Smeghead
\\\ Smeggy Megyn.

www.dvdactive.com
 
2013-08-09 07:56:29 PM  

Flappyhead: I'll give Kelly this much, she is the pinnacle of Hate Fark Mountain.


I'd at least give Michelle Malkin some time for argument.
 
2013-08-09 08:17:19 PM  
This is just now hitting Fark.com?

I heard this rumor days ago.
 
2013-08-09 08:18:12 PM  
www.occupythegame.com
 
2013-08-09 08:32:00 PM  

IdBeCrazyIf: So apparently Fox is trying to tone things down.

Bad month for Hannity, first his radio program gets dropped by a swath of stations and now he's off primetime.


Yup. Megyn just sips the koolaid, as opposed to Hannity who chugs it, then makes a new batch out of the inevitable result.
 
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