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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #76

DICK CHENEY: Here's the footage of Wolf Blitzer's "out of line" question to Cheney about his lesbian daughter Mary. If looks could kill. (source: good as you)

FRILLED SHARK: Rare prehistoric shark which typically lives at a depth of 600 meters filmed as it dies near the surface off the coast of Japan.

FLASHBACK: Joan Crawford drunk 1968 airport interview.

STATE OF THE UNION: Keith Olbermann takes a look at Bush's past promises.

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  1. Wow, if that shark were any bigger, it would be a monster.

    Posted by: Javier | Jan 25, 2007 10:46:55 AM


  2. I love it when the Cheneys are asked about Mary... no matter how kind and fluffy the question is, their words always say "we love her to bits", but their body language tenses up like you wouldn't believe. Asking him to respond to criticism from the Republican base regarding his obvious hypocrisy on this issue is fair game, and he and Lynne are hypocritical pussies for not answering.

    Posted by: Brian | Jan 25, 2007 10:53:50 AM


  3. Joan Crawford: "I always pickup children."

    yeah... with MEAT TONGS!

    Posted by: mark m | Jan 25, 2007 10:54:50 AM


  4. Mr. Cheney's refusal to answer the criticism aimed at his daughter by the religious right simply shows us all what type of coward Mr. Cheney really is. If he cannot stand up and unambiguously defend his own daughter against such tripe, out of fear of alienating a religious base that already disdains both him and Mary Cheney, he is both cowardly and delusional.

    Posted by: Steve H | Jan 25, 2007 11:10:08 AM


  5. I'm not sure Crawford was drunk so much as stoned on pain pills.

    Christ she even sounded like Bette Davis.

    Posted by: roberth33 | Jan 25, 2007 11:37:31 AM


  6. I swear Joan says "negro boy" at about 01:23:24:26. Can anyone else hear this?

    Posted by: Ridwah | Jan 25, 2007 11:44:42 AM


  7. Fascinating Crawford clip. Apparently Christopher Crawford wasn't writing Mommie Dearest very often from Viet Nam. It was probably a relief for him.

    Posted by: sam | Jan 25, 2007 11:49:39 AM


  8. Olbermann for president.

    Posted by: Matt | Jan 25, 2007 12:11:37 PM


  9. Cheney looks like he needs to take a shit, while Wolf looks like he just shit all over himself.

    You can't make this shit up people-HIGHlarious.

    A

    Posted by: Andrew | Jan 25, 2007 12:13:33 PM


  10. Hey Dick, Satan's on the phone, he has your room ready.

    Andy that is a great clip of Crawford. You have to wonder if she was around today with the net and 24/7 cable shows, how much more we'd see of the nightmare she was.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Jan 25, 2007 12:34:54 PM


  11. That shark is so cool. It freaked me out when I first saw it on the news at 6:00 yesterday morning.

    Posted by: brucie | Jan 25, 2007 12:46:53 PM


  12. Joan Crawford:

    "Look Mommie, I made you a refresher" LOL wow, poor woman is stoned AND drunk...

    and RIDWAH, she TOTALLY says "put the negro boy on..."...WOW... wow....

    Cheney:

    No comment, other than hopefully the destruction this administration carries out will be lessened with a more Democratic congress (crossing my fingers)

    Posted by: Cory | Jan 25, 2007 1:07:45 PM


  13. Cheney is a turd. He (and the adminstration) think any question they don't like is out of line.

    Posted by: shane | Jan 25, 2007 1:11:54 PM


  14. Bush in his 2003 speech (Olbermann clip): It's clear he's either lying through his TEETH or exaggerating the facts when he states "British intelligence has learned that Sadam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium... from Africa."

    I LOVE how he paused before "from africa" and made certain to emphasize "quantities"...

    ..and the lies continue.

    Posted by: Cory | Jan 25, 2007 1:31:54 PM


  15. I am still pissed off over Cheney and some of his gay defenders in the earlier thread on this subject.

    Apparently some here suffer from Stockholm Syndrome.

    "Cheney never said he was against gays." and "It's a family privacy issue." Whatever. Please kiss my ass.

    We all know DAMN WELL Cheney never directed his ire towards Focus on the Family's bigotry towards his daughter. Instead he blames the messenger (Blitzer) who quoted their press release regarding Mary's upcoming baby with her partner.

    Just when I thought I couldn't loathe this man more.

    Posted by: Marco | Jan 25, 2007 2:25:29 PM


  16. I'm pretty sure Cheney is, somehow, Crawford's secret bastard child. It's just gotta be true.

    Posted by: rob adams | Jan 25, 2007 2:43:16 PM


  17. Which one is the prehistoric shark?

    Posted by: Giovanni | Jan 25, 2007 3:12:19 PM


  18. LOL. That shark probably thought it was flying up to heaven.

    Posted by: David | Jan 25, 2007 6:06:56 PM


  19. Keith Olberman is no journalist. He is a beyond biased and yet continues to spew his version of reality which no more closely resembles the truth than does W's version. Afterall, the truth is somewhere in the middle and both men should be ashamed. keith, however, hides behind a veil of "journalism" and W just blurts it out there whether you like it or not. Keith, however, has no more credibility than W!

    Posted by: RB | Jan 25, 2007 8:07:07 PM


  20. RB - Our president hides behind the "veil" of the Oval Office and a lifetime of priviledge and irresponsibility.

    Posted by: Susan | Jan 25, 2007 8:16:48 PM


  21. that's privilege.

    Posted by: Susan | Jan 25, 2007 8:17:59 PM


  22. You are correct Susan, but W is NOT my president any more than Olberman is my journalist!!! If you think that W is the ONLY person to stand behind something you must live in a utopia that the rest of us do not.

    Posted by: RB | Jan 25, 2007 8:27:36 PM


  23. You know the Japanese and sealife - that shark is sushi tonight.

    Posted by: dave | Jan 25, 2007 11:33:46 PM


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