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Thursday, July 12, 2012

That damned Niche

What's Mallard raving about today?

NBC News

Because Fox never does anything like that.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The irony and surprise in the last panel actually made me laugh. (his unintentional humor again.) Seriously, does anyone actually believe the Fox slogan?
DW

Neo Tuxedo said...

Seriously, does anyone actually believe the Fox slogan?

Your Majesty, I regret to put before you crossada75. The product of decades of human experimentation intended to create the perfect wingnut. Read it and prepare to weep like a Japanese schoolgirl encountering her first erect p0n0s. In another thread on the same MB, he said, in public, with his bare face hanging out and everything, that Rush Limbaugh is too far to the left for him, a thing I would've sworn was impossible given our current understanding of the laws of physics.

dlauthor said...

The fun thing about Tinshley's three-week lag is the regular game we all have to play called "what the fuck is this non sequitur that literally nobody, Fox News included, care about anymore?"

The other fun thing will be July 25. Day Eight, ladies and gentlemen! Apparently in Opposite World where Fox News is a beacon of journalistic integrity (why doesn't Mallard work for them, then? Is it because he's not an angry old man or an angry old man's idea of a hot blonde?), the Fourth of July is a day where nothing happens!

rewinn said...

Why is Andrew Breitbart being called Andrea Mitchell?

Rootbeer said...

Oh look, a talking Troll doll! And it straightened its hair!

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

It's so easy to manipulate a video so that Mitt Romney is saying the exact opposite of his own words.

Just show it a day later.

Tog said...

Forever Lousy Timing:

The Boston Globe has a fantastic story today about Mitt Romney, the local candidate. Romney has long claimed that he left Bain Capital in 1999, shortly before the firm unleashed a particularly sharp, blood-soaked assault on American jobs, to take up his new job as an Olympics Saver. And yet documents that Bain later filed with the SEC — and savvy cats know that you can tell those dopes anything — say that "he remained the firm's 'sole stockholder, chairman of the board, chief executive officer, and president'" for, oh, another three years. Were you aware of this, stockholders? Did you know about all of this papery play-governance going on behind your backs? No, you didn’t, because you didn’t exist, since Romney "still owned 100 percent of Bain Capital in 2002."

This certainly doesn’t square with the official Mitt Romney timeline of important Mitt Romney dates...


-- via Wonkette

But because he is a coward, instead of addressing this in three weeks or so Tinsley will pop up a strip in which Mallard describes the NAACP as a collective of hate-filled, sub-human racists.

Bill the Splut said...

Say, didn't I hear somebody squawk about an "imaginary substance" that actually exists by taking things out of context? Like for 2 days, about 2 days ago? Gosh, wish I could remember who catapulted that propaganda, but my bourbon blackouts are getting pretty bad!

DiR said...

pfffffhahahahahaaa!
PHew! OH man. Jebus T Barnaby Jones.
Oh that's funny.
You are a stupid, stupid man, Bruce Tinsley.