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Tuesday, February 08, 2005

OH THAT ANN COULTER IS SUCH A SACK OF SUGAR!

Author, syndicated columnist, cable pundit and noted 40-something Ann Coulter seems to miss the attention she used to get back in her glory days. You know, the "my only regret with Tim McVeigh is that he didn't go to the New York Times building" days.*

With that in mind, she decided to move her lips on two different cable news nets on Sunday:
On the February 7 edition of FOX News' Hannity & Colmes, Coulter criticized ads that aired during the 2005 Super Bowl, saying, "this is juvenile, 4-year-old humor," and added: "And last year's Super Bowl show, ooh, simulated interracial sex."
(referring to the Janet incident, of course)

As she said that, it was reported that Coulter was Loving the sound of her own voice.

Minutes later she hopped over to MSNBC to talk about the Ward Churchill kerfuffle. She said of college professors:
"These guys [college professors] want to go around acting like big radicals, getting laid by coeds with hairy armpits who probably don't like men, by going to conferences and saying, 'Oh, yes, I'm the one who said that.'"
First of all, Ann, get with the times, you old bag! Nobody says "coeds" anymore. Where's the only place where you actually hear the word "coeds"? On Girls Gone Wild ads, that's where. And why is that? Because they're advertising their products to pathetic older men! Moving on, I'm not sure what to make of her self-contradiction about prof-fuckers who "don't like men". I'm not offended by this sort of talk, it just reeks of old Ann trying waaay too hard. Clearly she's on her way down.

Hopefully this means that Ann will soon revert back to her old pastime, accosting teenage boys at bus stops.

(* - She tried to explain away that comment by saying "after 9/11 I shouldn't say that"... as if it was okay to say that before 9/11.)

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