Posts filed under “Television”
10,135,014 views. (see video below) And they say to go on late night TV… Normalcy, it’s the new rock star persona. I mean what kind of crazy, f***ed up world do we live in where an actress is more honest and more real and delivers more personality than a musician? One in which music is…Read More
Discover what really happened after one fine gentleman passed another fine gentleman a jar of GREY POUPON. Recently discovered under mysterious circumstances, this “lost footage” uncovers all of the suspense, greed, revenge and savory pork loin that was meant for the original commercial.
The bottom line: The best way to get these errors fixed is to suffer some form of loss, than sue the bastards in Federal Court.
A new study indicates as many as 40 million consumers have a mistake on their credit report and Steve Kroft finds it’s hard to get them fixed.
February 10, 2013 4:00 PM
The ONE thing to know about your credit report
On Friday, I was heading home from a long week on the road. Around lunchtime, I land at O’Hare where I went through U.S. customs (easy!) and then switch planes for the last leg home.
On the rail shuttle between terminals, I had a few minutes. I scroll through Twitter to see what was going on, and BAM! The Tweeps are ablaze with excitement, about the Best. Television. Ever.
This pissing match began on Bloomberg on Thursday, with Trish Regan interviewing Carl Icahn one-on-one (video, article). The next day, it moved to CNBC, where Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn had gotten into an even bigger pissing match, live on the air. The reaction was breathless: “Greatest Moment In Financial TV History” Business Insider declared.” HuffPo declared it an “Epic CNBC Brawl.”
And it wasn’t just the Content Farms pushing SEO driven headlines. Even the Christian Science Monitor wrote about “Bickering billionaires go public.”
Reading through the commentary was strangely disconnected. People seemed genuinely excited about things that were rather mundane (Cat fight!) and meaningless (Icahn said “Bullshit” on the air!). The excitement, odd though it might have been, was palpable. I thought, I must be missing something not seeing it on the tube. So the next day, I watched the full exchange online. (video, transcript) Three people having a conversation on TV — two of the three by telephone.
I was, to say the least, underwhelmed.
“Telling people how to be creative is easy – being creative is difficult.” -John Marwood Cleese (/ˈkliːz/; born 27 October 1939) is an English actor, comedian, writer and film producer. He achieved success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and as a scriptwriter and performer on The Frost Report. In the late 1960s he became…Read More