With the Michael Jackson verdict now in, perhaps Wall Street can put this unfortunate distraction behind us, and get back to the business of trading stocks.

As I’m sure history will prove, this has been the most important story of the century, and fully deserved the breathless 24/7 coverage the major media has given it. There’s really nothing remotely close to as important — not the War in Iraq, not the Avian flu, not the growing global economic issues.

Is it any wonder that the MSM is held in such disrepute?

Category: Media

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2 Responses to “And, now, back to our originally scheduled show”

  1. rajesh says:

    Whaaa? There’s a war in Iraq? Personally, I can’t wait for the next runaway bride.

  2. BusinessBits says:

    Michael Jackson Wasted My Day Off

    Seriously, I didn’t get to sit in front of the TV and relax for more than a few minutes today. I never watched nor followed any of this nonsense and I really have to wonder why the media is so… terrible? TVSquad knows what I’m talking about… so d…