Archive for October 21, 2010

During the question and answer session Willie and Mike were asked about the firing of Juan Williams by NPR

It’s important to note that this was an MSNBC crowd, not a lot of conservatives in the house (the only one I was positive about was me) and the crowd seemed to go along with Willie and Mike who considered it unfair.

I think NPR couldn’t have done a more foolish thing, if NPR has lost the audience of MSNBC they are in big trouble here.

They are pretty good talkers and better storytellers.

They are talking about how various political freaks Blago is the biggest star and people who are famous for being famous.

“I can name all the Kardashian sisters and I hate that.” Willie Geist 7:18 p.m.

“Real People, fake stories”

This is definitely a MSNBC crowd

7:30 p.m. Answering questions the crowd loves them and rightly so.

7:35 p.m. topic turns toward Baseball, no Yankee fans here except for Willie

7:40 p.m. They are talking about how they hate polls. If the crowd finds out I’m conservative I don’t know if I’ll be lynched,

7:50 p.m. Barnicle gave a great talk about Juan Williams, vintage Barnicle.

8:03 p.m. The story of how the show took place is kinda cool

8:07 p.m. Lean forward is critiqued.

Update: Photo gallery

UPDATE: Here is the ad it’s up a bye bye

…that I’ve discussed in the past. It is VERY funny and first rate. Well done Ladd Ehlinger!

Since the ad is now technically “up” Here are the last of my behind the scenes videos from the shoot. I left them out because they contained the sound track:

And the 2nd

And the last:

Full disclosure, my oldest worked as a secondary assistant in the making of this ad.

Update: The ad will not technically be “up” till 5 so I will be linking to it then but I had the OK for this upload at 4 so we are covered.

Update 3: Ace and I hit the UPDATE button at the same time

Update 4: Stacy McCain has a classic line:

Help Him Beat Barney Frank, and Then
Maybe Bristol Palin Will Teach Him to Dance

…as Stacy McCain Reports.

Some might think that a Palin endorsement might hurt more than help, but I submit that the Bielat campaign knows how to count.