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The War on Halloween, Anderson Cooper, and Keith Olbermann’s O’Reilly Defense Initiative

October 22nd, 2007 · 8 Comments · Climate Change, Comedy, Culture, Journalism, Media, Politics, Video

Here’s a little video roundup to keep you entertained while I try to scrape together the time to post something more substantial.

First off, Mr. Colbert points out the enormous black-and-orange elephant in the living room … the War on Halloween! That’s not going to be very popular in the candy corn belt. 
He really enjoyed that bit about the five stages of pumpkin grief, didn’t he?

Next up, Stephen interviews Anderson Cooper, while Anderson giggles fetchingly. (Also, some stuff about melting ice and vanishing species.) 
Speaking of Anderson Cooper … oh, what the heck. Is the letter G grouchy — or not grouchy?

I just love the dreamy way he says “gastroenteritis.” Sigh.

And here’s a very entertaining one from earlier this month that I didn’t get to post because I was hiatus-itizing … Keith Olbermann shares some valuable strategies for defending yourself if you’re ever ambushed by Bill O’Reilly’s stalker-goons.

Remember: MalmedyMackrisLoofah.


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