Bill O'Reilly Seeks Help of Followers; Afraid of Crucifix-Wielding Bjork
For today's Most Ridiculous Item of the Day Bill O'Reilly announced that he was going to be on "The Tonight Show" on October 15th (hey, no lawsuits--Bill said it, not us), and urged his audience to get tickets for it, if they could.
While we are not here to judge anyone for their unconventional life-style, we urge all Non-Factor People attending the "Tonight Show" taping on the 15th to pack plenty of holy water and wolfwane, just as a precaution.
Ann Coulter Names Another Traitor
In response to those persistant, illiterate requests to out somebody who was actually a traitor, not just a guy who published a newspaper who printed stuff she didn't like, Ann named the religious fundementalist who made the following statement to one of his associates, whose screed the cleric had just read:
When informed that the speaker was Reverend Pat Robertson , Ann said, quote, "Nevermind."