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Posted Aug 9, 2006 @ 1:35 AM
MSNBC is a nice show with a bit of an educational value. I especially like the "Lockup" shows where they go into jails and prisons and see the criminals get their "just desserts" for their crimes. That is fasinating and now we see what they get into when they get sentenced to a prison term.
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Posted Aug 11, 2006 @ 1:17 PM
Not to snark (too much!) but it's ALEX Witt, not Alexis. I, too, have a deep and abiding love for her.
I actually thought her full name was Alexis but she went by Alex. But I have no idea where I got that impression and could be totally wrong. But--I love her. I want to have her babies. The last few days she's been on week mornings, a trend I hope continues (but she's probably just filling in for someone on vacation). I can't stand any other female anchor on any network. And on the week mornings I can't put up with any of the morning shows, even CNN because I hate Soledad O'Brian with a burning passion, even more than I hate Miles O'Brian, which is saying something (I'm sure I spelled at least one of those last names wrong, but I don't care enough to look it up).
Anyway, I hope Alex stays on weekday mornings so I'll have something to watch when I get up in the morning. She's nifty. And I agree with the poster above who said she seems to be really smart and seems to have a grasp on the underlying issues of whatever event they are talking about. More than I can say for most anchors, male or female.
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Posted Nov 27, 2006 @ 1:54 PM
Ouch. Readers at both TVNewser and Inside Cable News are up in arms over MSNBC's lack of North Korea missile coverage. It is very embarrassing and I don't think that this bodes well for the Abrams regime.
How are we supposed to take you seriously as a news organization and network when Iraq is devolving even further into chaos, but because it's Turkey Day and then Black Friday, you can't be bothered to have actual news, instead showing such treats as Headliners and Legends all day? Being in the news business isn't like being a teacher or an insurance salesman. When there is news, you should be on the freaking air. And I shouldn't have to watch CNN or, God forbid, Faux News, to find out what the hell is going on. Next time, get your asses off the couch, get to the studio, and get on the air.
You are my favorite cable news station by far, but you are now officially ON NOTICE! And don't think I'm talking about throwing Mike Barnicle on the air, either.
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Posted Dec 12, 2006 @ 4:13 PM
Would it have been so hard for her to say something about George W. Bush's relative lack of experience and whether he was saying the country had learned its lesson about the drawbacks of the president being inexperienced in government?
I agree that should have been asked. It's a no brainer. Contessa would have been all over that.
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Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 8:17 PM
If so, let's get the ball rolling.
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Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 9:02 PM
We are free to dicuss it here, right?
Actually I e-mailed the mod that closed the thread and he/she responded that there was not a thread available for this discussion.
I hate rules, but I can understand. ;)
I guess if we stop posting after the hearing, they would let us do that.
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Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 9:32 PM
I saw enough to know that Judge Fonzie has got it wrong if he's angling for a courtroom TV show. It's the plaintiffs and defendants on those shows who are the wackos, not the judges. His goofiness is not going to go over with a potential producer. Judge Wapner, Judge Judy, et al, are smart, sensible people, who can cut through bullshit. They don't make grammatical errors, mispronounce the names of the lawyers and witnesses, and generally act like asses.
Something I have a little problem with though, is why this huge full-out war with, what, half a dozen lawyers and all this time and money over where to put a dead body. I just don't get it. The person is gone from the body. If you believe in the soul, it's gone and in another place. The body's just an empty shell, and it's now rotting in a morgue because of all these people fighting. Anna Nicole's death continues to be as much an unseemly spectacle as was her life.
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Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 9:47 PM
Howard is a real piece of crap for supplying a pregnant Anna with more drugs as doctors tried to medically wean her off of them.
Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 9:56 PM
over where to put a dead body
Well I think HK$ case it's about claiming residence in the Bahamas. With Nicole and Danniel there all he needs is a half million and he will be a resident and Larry won't get his daughter back. I was also surprised that Judge Fonzie let Larry have an opinion.
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Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 10:14 PM
MSNBC seems to run the court feeds without interuption whereas CourtTV had commercials and some regular programing so here is the place to sit back and feed the addiction.
(waving like mad at you from the sheer joy of finding the other castaways from the ANS thread here)
Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 10:20 PM
I'm really glad they held the thread open for as long as they did. Thanks again Admins. So lets hope this issue is on MSNBC everyday, so we can stay on topic LOL
Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 10:32 PM
Chainey, I found out today I don't get MSNBC so I'll stick with HN.
Today was the 1st day I have ever heard Larry speak and he made me sniffle.
Howard? Still creepy.
Thanks CSolly. I knew I should have not put the computer in my bedroom. If I could get my 4 year old to nap for half the day I could watch online. lol Is it bad that I schedule her lunch time around court?
Edited by Huntsy, Feb 21, 2007 @ 10:41 PM.
Posted Feb 21, 2007 @ 10:35 PM
Between reruns of TO CATCH A PREDATOR, APPRENTICE and some prison crap, what else does MSNBC have to air? MSNBC probably had some of their highest ratings over the last two days.
So lets hope this issue is on MSNBC everyday, so we can stay on topic LOL
There is a live feed on their website too.
I found out today I don't get MSNBC so I'll stick with HN.
Edited by CSolly, Feb 21, 2007 @ 10:36 PM.