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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Laugh Out Loud Funny ~ Stephanie Miller on MSNBC


Monday, April 30th, 2007 Crooks and Liars Stephanie Miller Takes Her Turn On MSNBC

This morning Stephanie Miller and her man Boys, on MSNBC, have been yuking it up.

I missed yesterdays first show of the week! Thanks to Crooks and Liars for tipping me off!

Hope MSNBC keeps Stephanie, otherwise MSNBC is off till Keith O. comes on in the evening.

Hey, it's good to laugh at 5:45 am in the morning. Almost shot coffee out my nose when Stephanie did her Rita Crosby impression.

As long as the making fun of people doesn't go where one of her Man boy's has gone at times....the Asian impression (I turn the radio off till he's done every time he does that!), I'll be an avid morning TV fan.

So, when I'm on the road to work early in the morning, too early for her radio show, I'll still get to listen in the early, early morning on MSNBC.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006 Air America Radio Could Open Doors For The Democratic Party
"Roll out Big Ed, Randi Rhodes, Rachel Madow, Stephanie Miller, Thom Hartmann and the other breaths of fresh Air America. The 3 networks might actually want this rebel rousing, thought provoking, nose hound bunch of liberal, centered, moderate, progressive truth tellers, to grace their television air waves. Today's Paul and Paula Revere mean Ratings!"

update: Keith has the 7pm time slot on MSNBC on cable, but there's still no Ed, Randi, Rachel or Thom on regular network TV. Hint, hint.....
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

It isn't an "Asian impression" but a Kim Jong-il impression who happens to be Asian. Jim does German impressions as well and no one complains about the German accent.

May 01, 2007 2:15 PM  
Blogger Awakening said...

I haven't caught that one. Who is Jim impersonating with that accent? If I catch that one and it sounds offensive to my ears, I'll turn the radio to another station on that too. I do this till I think the person is done with their skit. Thank goodness I don't have to do this too much when I listen to Air America. I don't tend to pick one offending impression over another. When it sounds bad, it just me. The impression of Kim Jong-il just happened to raise my eyebrow a lot. It lends importance to the fact that someone somewhere may feel strongly when people impersonate another's accent for laughs, with something as personal as the way one talks. Thanks much for your input.

May 01, 2007 5:10 PM  

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