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“2day there is no deal”

By Michelle Malkin  •  November 7, 2007 09:33 PM

1rosie.jpg We started the day with schadenfreude, we end the day with schadenfreude. It looks like Rosie O’Blabbermouth has just lost her impending talk show deal with MSNBC because she “let it slip” publicly while negotiations were underway (I guess that’s the face-saving explanation for NBC finally realizing how radioactive she is in the wake of the public backlash of the rumored plan). She mourns her loss in trademark p(rosie) on her blog:

we were close to a deal
almost done
i let it slip in miami
causing panic on the studio end

what can u do

2day there is no deal
my career as a pundit is over
b4 it began

Well, we know whom the NYTimes will blame for the collapsed deal: Bush and the GOP and the Crushing of Dissent, of course!

Ace of Spades asks: “Why not cut out the middleman of ratings failure and pass the savings on to the public?”


Bryan Preston celebrates in lower-case verse:

comedy gold
no mo
cuz no ro sho

fire can melt steel
how do u think steel iz made?
doesnt gro on treez

Lol lol lol lol

My turn:

2 hard to shut
up and away
goes ro’s show

ur head’z 2 big
2 C the danger of
putting the cable tee-vee cart
b4 the blabbering horse

what can u do
boo freakin’ hoo
so long
ding dong
ching chong


Here’s MSNBC’s coverage of itself
and the Rosie blow-up:

The cable news channel owned by NBC Universal would not officially comment on the report but a source close to MSNBC TV confirmed O’Donnell’s report…

…Fox News dominates prime-time ratings for cable news channels, averaging 1.5 million viewers this year, according to Nielsen data. MSNBC is third with 505,000, behind CNN’s 755,000.

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