Editor’s Note: It’s the Arts
Wednesday, March 21, 2007
This morning, I was so distraught over whether the House will issue subpoenas to Alberto Gonzales and Harriet Myers, two of the nation’s leading legal minds, that I let my driver actually drive me to work.
I have a television with an HD satellite in the back of my uparmored humvee, and I was moved by what I saw on A&E, the Arts and Entertainment channel. They were playing a rerun of my favorite television show “24”.
Now, I’ve never been a great fan of art. Most art is un-American and most of the artists who are American are gay. Now that has changed. It is impossible to even consider that a homosexual could work on “24”.
Now that I know that “24” can be considered art, I am planning to judge all art on how many people are killed and tortured. Take that Leonardo da Vinci.
I was so pleased with seeing the show, that I forced my driver to drive for an hour in a Southwesterly direction, to get the best dish reception.
Dr. Ryan Maynard, Editor, Newsblog 5000
It's tainted by the Man.
I like book TV when it comes on C-span on the weekends. You can hear some really cool stuff there. Easily The most interesting & mind engaging information on the tube.
Therefore, I insist upon my constitutional right as an American to see Toby Keith concerts on A&E.
Please refrain from discussing Toby Keith. He is banned here.
Now I want to know one thing. Why are you dissing GOP porn?
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