Some for whom nose-ick is too kind a descriptive :
(1) Ever and always, Ann Coulter. The Coultergeist. I heard she’s got a new book out this week. That means we can expect a series of super-outrageous comments that will get this group or that group annoyed, angry, or afraid. She’s got talent — a talent for saying just the thing that most reflects hatred of somebody or some group. Usually, when some right-wing pundit says something, there’s someone among those I know who will echo that sentiment; you can’t get much further out there than these few. But when she made her comments about the 9/11 widows, even they couldn’t stand it. She makes Laura Ingraham and Rush Limbaugh seem like Strawberry Shortcake and the Care Bears. I finally found the book in a store, right below Colbert’s new book. Colbert, of course, lampoons the right by making stupidly extremist comments in character. But when someone writes in a tone that actually trumps the lampoon, what do you do? That’s Coulter. So you’ll buy the book, and reward the hate-talk? Not me.
(2) It’s back — the commercial with the guy whining “waaaaaa-ha-haaa…I maxed out my credit cards, so I can’t get the new car I wanted….waaaaa!” And radio listeners all over the NY Metro are saying, “MAN UP! Stop spending on trivia and stick to the real needs, will ya?” “Waaaa… but my credit is bad…waaa!” And the listeners cry, “So you’re the one who’s been getting those loans that never should’ve been granted, ruining the credit picture for the rest of us!!! I’ll sue the pants off you!!!”
(3) The *&%$#!@*! ticket scalping companies that sucked up all the Hannah Montana tickets. The punishment should be to throw them unprotected into an auditorium with tens of thousands of screaming, angry little kids who couldn’t afford the tickets at the outrageous prices they’re charging. I know — that’s inhuman, but as they suffer, the next set of would-be pro scalpers might think twice. Why, it would be far better and far more real that Kid Nation!