Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Keith Olbermann's Ego would now like to present to you a photo montage of the many talents of Katy Tur. Too bad she's rapidly aging what with another birthday and all. The Ego of course likes his women to be between the ages of 18-24.
Monday, October 26, 2009
So Katy Tur's birthday was last week and it simply slipped The Ego's mind. But you will have to excuse Keith Olbermann's Ego (and that's an order, not a request). The Ego was really, really busy, what with advising the President of the Free World,
watching the Yankees go to the World Series working on both Countdown and Football Night in America. How could the Ego be expected to remember that Katy Tur's Ego was having (yet another) birthday. About that Katy: as you know, The Ego likes younger women (just so long as they are legal). And Katy, sadly, is aging. Can you really blame The Ego for wanting to forget she was getting yet another year older? The Ego on the other hand is timeless, like fine merlot.
Friday, October 23, 2009
So The Ego got a tip recently from someone who said that Katy Tur violated a NY state law when applying for her Voter's registration card. Seems she didn't use the Trump Palace addy where she kicks back in style with Keith Olbermann and the NY state law explicitly states that you must use the address where you currently reside, not the address of a Mail Boxes, Etc. as Tur did on her voter's reg app. The source also informed me that this is the same address that The Ego used as a mailing address on a legal document when buying another property at Trump Palace earlier this year (no word on whether that was illegal or not). For those who care documentation can be found here.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Yeah, that's right haters out there. Keith Olbermann's Ego is not just one hell of a guy, he's also a saint. Don't believe The Ego? Then just look at this. See how eager The Ego was to let everyone know he's personally raised (in the sense that he got other people to dole out their $$$) towards helping people without health-care.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Yes, it's true. And you know who wasn't invited? That's right. Anyone from Faux news. Ha ha. Eat your heart out Bill-O (that is if you actually had one). Yep, just me and the Prez kicking back in the Oval Office (forget all those other names that were there, we all know that I was the person that the Prez most wanted to talk to.) I'd love to tell you what we chatted about but you know, off-the-record and all. But don't worry, Keith Olbermann's Ego will remind any and everyone of the fact that the greatness that is Keith Olbermann's Ego was called to the White House for a private meeting with the President of the United States (and leader of the free world and Noble Peace Prize Winner) at every single opportunity he gets for say, the next 20 years or so.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
And no, The Ego is not talking about how under-the-weather he's felt lately either. Keith Olbermann's Ego is still
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
How could this have escaped Keith Olbermann's Ego's attention? It's the fifth anniversary of the sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill O'Reilly. The Ego would like to point out that he has never, ever had a sexual harassment suit filed against him. Not one. Bill O'Reilly can't say that now can he?
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Gawker is still on Keith Olbermann's Ego's Enemies List. But at least they name-check the Ego here.
runs owns MSNBC. If the Ego wants to do something dammit, he does it. And The Ego isn't sure but he thinks Gawker just accused him of devouring Ben Affleck or something. Jennifer Garner, oh yeah, The Ego would devour that but Affleck? No.
Sure, it was for a good cause, but the fact that Olbermann believed that an hour-long monologue worthy of Fidel Castro was something that people wanted or needed to see, and that his bosses actually let him get away with it, brought to mind Ben Affleck's flawless SNL caricature of Olbermann's mammoth self-regard. It seemed at times last night that he actually took some pointers from Affleck's performance — Olbermann's ego is expansive enough to take such jabs as loving tribute, and incorporate them into his self-image like some ravenous blob that from a sci-fi movie.Bosses at MSNBC? I got news for you Gawker, Keith Olbermann
If you really want to change the course of the health care debate and change minds, Keith—hell, if you even just want to inform people about the world around them, like your sainted Edward R. Murrow, now and again—try pointing the camera at something other than yourself. And let us know when you conquer death.But my public demands that Gawker. They want Keith Olbermann 24/7--as it should be.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Keith Olbermann's Ego is famed for his Very Special, Special Comments. But tomorrow night's Special Comment will be even more special than all the Special Comments that came before. Why you ask? Because Keith Olbermann's Ego has seen fit to make it an hour-long Special Comment! You read right my adoring fans. Keith Olbermann will be devoting the entire 60-minutes of Countdown tomorrow night to a Very Special, Special Comment on Health Care. It'll be just like Glenn Beck but without all the insanity but with intelligence and eloquence--two things that no one on Faux News has but that the Ego has in abundance because as you all know by now, The Ego is a genius.
Sunday, October 4, 2009
And spills all at the Baseball Nerd. Don't worry Dave! Keith Olbermann's Ego has your back on this one.
First time I've included a non-baseball story in here, I think. You saw the David Letterman extortion/blackmail attempt? Without defending Letterman's forced-to-confess-transgressions, I went slack-jawed went suspect Robert J. Halderman was arrested. He has been a Producer for CBS News 48 Hours, but what you haven't read is that when I made my television debut as the New York correspondent for CNN Sports in 1981, Robert J. "Joe" Halderman was the chief assignment editor in the CNN New York bureau. You know when somebody gets arrested for some horrific or moronic crime (like taking a personal check for two million dollars as a blackmail payment), you hear somebody say "that's not the guy I knew"? Not this time. This is exactly the guy we knew at CNN in 1981.
Friday, October 2, 2009
Keith Olbermann's Ego would like to offer up some advice for my buddy, David Letterman. Dude, next time don't sleep with your staffers. Do as the Ego does and sleep with fans instead. Avoids all those nasty sexual harassment issues.