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Friday, April 23, 2010

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Related Link » Keith Olbermann is a giant baby: We watch, because we’re paid to

On Wednesday afternoon around 1:45 p.m., the New York Times reported that Keith Olbermann had petulantly forced the abrupt cancellation of MSNBC’s weeklong series ‘America the Angry’. On Wednesday afternoon around 1:47 p.m., Olbermann suddenly tweeted that he would be undergoing a colonoscopy that would prevent him from hosting Wednesday and Thursday’s shows. This raises three questions:
  1. What kind of colonoscopy takes two days to perform?
  2. Would a giant baby who has a documented history of ‘refus[ing] to host his show on occasions when he was unhappy with management’ be more susceptible to colon problems than a normal person?
  3. Could a colonoscopy remove a stick that has been lodged in the colon area for several decades?
— By Ruth Graham, 04/23/10 (TheDC)
All of which begs the question: "Does anyone manufacture a colonoscope large enough to accommodate Teeth D'Olbermann?

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