Monday, May 03, 2004

"A cheap, content-free stunt" 

speakingcorpse writes:

Worried that the fascist Sinclair Group owns a lot of American television stations and has declared Nightline's memorial broadcast to be "politically motivated" and not worth airing? Well, don't worry. Fascists don't just own local television stations, they also own the Washington Post! Who else but fascists would hire the zombie corpse eater who wrote this column?

Blicero adds:

WaPo's Lisa de Moraes (who writes "The TV Column") calls the Nightline episode "a cheap, content-free stunt designed to tug at our heartstrings and bag a big number on the second night of the May ratings race."

Remember the Shock and Awe? One presumes that was an expensive, content-full stunt. (The content was the explosions, not the people killed. People are not "content.")


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