Posts filed under “Television”
The shocking ignorance/hilarity demonstrated by the anchors’ inane questions is rife with Fox News Penis Envy.
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) discusses the 21st Century Glass-Steagall Act on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on July 12, 2013. Senator Warren introduced the legislation with Senators John McCain (R-AZ), Maria Cantwell (D-WA), and Angus King (I-ME).
Internal e-mails implicate credit rating agencies in the 2008 financial crisis.
Money Boo Boo
Monday June 24, 2013 (04:33)
Jason Jones teaches regulation-loving Canadian bankers the advantages of harmless free-market fun.
Money Boo Boo – The Canadian Banking System
Monday June 24, 2013 (05:49)
If it’s not in the newspaper, that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. Just because the newspaper says it’s important, that doesn’t mean it is. Don’t confuse ink with traction. You can hire a PR person, be all over the media, and no one can care. Just because you’re on TV, don’t assume everyone’s seen you….Read More
I do a decent amount of flying for work. One of the things that passes the time on flights has been Marc Maron’s WTF Podcast. When I have 45 minutes to kill — too short for a movie but when I am too beat to read a book — its the perfect slice of…Read More
Al Madrigal questions former MSNBC pundit Dylan Ratigan about leaving cable news for the less angry world of hydroponic farming.
Tuesday May 21, 2013 (05:39)
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