Monday, October 26, 2009

Falling down

Today's collection of "oops"...

They've fallen and they can't get up...

CNN, which invented the cable news network more than two decades ago, will hit a new competitive low with its prime-time programs in October, finishing fourth – and last – among the cable news networks with the audience that all the networks rely on for their advertising.

Oscar-winner/former Scientology “showpiece” tells his former co-Xenuites, so long.

Legends of the Fall, Part deux?

Why is this man smiling?

Biden's popularity plunges; lower than Cheney's:Vice President Joe Biden's favorable rating has fallen to 42 percent in a new Gallup poll, down from a high of 59 percent just after last year's election. Biden's unfavorable rating in the new poll is 40 percent, up from 29 percent last November. (Eighteen percent of those surveyed say they have no opinion of Biden.)

The ink-on-pulp industry continues its death spiral.
When Massachusetts attorney general Martha Coakley, running for the Democratic nomination to fill Ted Kennedy’s U.S. Senate seat, was asked about her lack of foreign-policy experience during an interview this weekend, she explained/offered her credentials: “I have a sister who lives overseas, and she’s been in England and now lives in the Middle East,” Coakley said, adding she has traveled but declining to say where. Sounds like a governor from Alaska who was taken to task...nah.
(h/t: National Review Online’s “The Corner”)

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