Thursday, January 18, 2007

NBC denies Bill O'Reilly accurate about liberal slant

Steve Doocy revealed he grew up in Clay Center Kansas. That's why he's so durn tall.

Meanwhile, NBC exec has retaliated against Bill O'Reilly's charges NBC is not objective and politically leans liberal in news reporting. According to Doocy, the executive (unnamed) called O'Reilly pathetic.

Isn't that a familiar word? Do these people all go to the same brainwashing school?

Barbra Walters - Donald Trump a pathetic man...

Meanwhile, we're still waiting for Dan Rather to appear on the O'Reilly program to explain what he meant when he charged Fox News network (anchors) all use White House talking points.

don't forget Dan Rather on O'Reilly Factor Fox News Memo-gate?

(Monday, December 18, 2006)

The Rather Factor

As we noted way back in December, we believe Rather's comments were regarding the so-called leaked internal Fox News memo from Fox executive John Moody shortly after the November '06 election wherein Democrats gained the majority. The memo was reportedly "uncovered" by the Huffington Post.

Notice again, a visit to the HP page does not display the image any longer.

We have also posted an analysis of the image of the reputed memo and its contents, challenging its authenticity.

Dissection of image of memo:

As any internet user should be aware, misspellings and incorrect grammar are indications of fakery and often employed on so-called conspiracy type sites. Mix a bit of truth in with the faked items and people will begin to believe everything they read on the net.

Not only that, the story becomes entwined with more so-called "details" as it crisscrosses the internet, more often than not using snippets from just such sites as News Hounds analysis!

Indications the Fox News memo is faked include

We also captured the image posted at this site

We await a call from Bill O'Reilly to talk about our findings... since Rather won't appear on the Factor.

Fox 'n Friends again on the dispute about NBC and O'Reilly. NBC News chief takes aim at Bill O'Reilly. Gretchen says it was the Steve Capus, president of NBC News.

Well finally...

NBC News Chief Takes Swipe at O'Reilly
Wednesday, January 17, 2007 By DAVID BAUDER, AP Television Writer,4670,TVNBCvsOaposReilly,00.html

Links of interest about Fox 'n Friends

Commentary about Doocy and the Happy Handbook

Fox 'n Friends Exposes More on NBC Liberal Bias (don't miss the comments)

The Foxy Friends were also discussing the battle for the original first homeplace of the creation of the hamburger (as we know it). Well everybody knows it was:

Wichita. Kansas. Or ... Oklahoma?

(google search)


On the following pages, the occupations are switched - funny:

The White Castle hamburger chain was founded in Wichita, Kansas by Walter A. Anderson and E. W. Ingram. Anderson was an insurance executive, and together with Ingram, a cook, they started the company in 1921...

Occupations are the other way around

There is a dispute about who made the first hamburger and bun in America. Have you ever wondered where the first hamburger on a bun came from? Which story you believe depends on your definition of a hamburger. Is it a hamburger when served on a bun? Or is it a hamburger when served between two slices of bread?

Only one of the claimants below served their hamburgers on a bun - Oscar Weber Bilby in 1891. The rest served them as sandwiches between two slices of bread.


1916 - Walter Anderson from Wichita, Kansas, a fry cook, developed buns to accommodate the hamburger patties. The dough he selected was heavier than ordinary bread dough, and he formed it into small, square shapes that were just big enough for one of his hamburgers. He quit his job as a cook and used his life savings to purchase an old trolley car and developed it into a diner featuring his hamburgers.

In 1921, Anderson co-founded the White Castle Hamburger with Edgar Waldo "Billy" Ingram, an insurance executive, in Wichita, Kansas. It is the oldest hamburger chain. They serve steam-fried hamburgers, 18 per pound of fresh ground beef, cooked on a bed of chopped onions, for a nickel...


On April 13, 1995, Governor Frank Keating of Oklahoma proclaimed that the real birthplace of the hamburger on the bun, was created and consumed in Tulsa in 1891. The State of Oklahoma Proclamation states...


1885 - The family of Frank and Charles Menches from Akron, Ohio, claim the brothers invented the hamburger while traveling in a 100-man traveling concession circuit at events (fairs, race meetings, and farmers' picnics) in the Midwest in the early 1880s. During a stop at the Erie County Fair in Hamburg, New York, the brothers ran out of pork for their hot sausage patty sandwiches. Because this happened on a particularly hot day, the local butchers stop slaughtering pigs. The butcher suggested that they substitute beef for the pork. The brothers ground up the beef, mixed it with some brown sugar, coffee, and other spices and served it as a sandwich between two pieces of bread. They called this sandwich the "hamburger" after Hamburg, New York where the fair was being held. According to family legend, Frank didn't really know what to call it, so he looked up and saw the banner for the Hamburg fair and said, "This is the hamburger." In Frank's 1951 obituary in The Los Angeles Times, he is acknowledged him as the ''inventor'' of the hamburger.

Makes us forget all about the NAFTA SUPERHIGHWAY!

Olbermann and O'Reilly have a long-standing rivalry: In recent weeks, Olbermann has repeatedly honored O'Reilly with "Worst Person" awards during Countdown, while O'Reilly has responded, on several occasions, by asserting that MSNBC "is a true ratings disaster...

More from You Tube

Av Westin: Memoranda and Moody and Roger setting the tone at Fox News for the day

John Du Pre ... our job was to execute the plan

More about the Fox News memo reputed around the net, but unverified...

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