The Jokes Write Themselves (Part Infinity)

You know, they say that snarky blogging died when Dubya left office.

Gonna add this right here:

Here’s the thing: the pillow person is a hard-core MAGA/Prznint Stupid supporter, and he’s not going anywhere, BUT the rest of the advertisers are low-hanging fruit, and Tucker is probably not on any of their ad buy lists; he comes with the package media buy, if @GoAngelo is right. It should be really easy to pick them off.

You have to remember that in most modern production deals, the cost of producing the show is borne by the production company, which is NOT Fox News (and is probably Tucker hisself), and they do some sort of profit sharing. If the ad dollars dry up, then the show becomes too expensive for the Production Company to produce and it folds. This is essentially what happened to Glenn Beck.

This is a real opportunity. Find the “other” advertisers and complain. They probably don’t even know that they are on Tucker’s White Power Hour.

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10 Responses to The Jokes Write Themselves (Part Infinity)

  1. Dude, when you’re picking a fight with Elmo you really need to take a step back and evaluate your krokodil addiction life choices that have lead you to this point.


  2. roket says:

    So it’s come to this, has it? The RWNJ’s are now being forced to attack cartoon characters. According to my sources, Looney Tunes has also stripped Elmer Fudd of his second amendment rights and have confiscated his gun. This can only be the work of one man. OBAMA!!! Down with cartoon tyranny!!!

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  3. spotthedog says:

    Tickle me Tucker!


  4. osirisopto says:

    I wish they would come up with a straw man muppet to teach DIBs.

    I would love to see them attacking a straw man.


  5. Perturbation says:

    “No matter what they do to you when you grow up…”

    “They”? Who’s this “they” Tucker would like to fear things doing to him?


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  7. sos says:

    In the immortal words of John Candy: “Those aren’t pillows”


  8. Chris Papalia says:

    Time to revise the pie graph; Tucker lost FIVE advertisers yesterday:

    So what exactly is going to happen when these self-proclaimed champions of the free market discover that a free market isn’t going to pay for their verbal diarrhoea anymore? Are they suddenly going to demand government subsidies for their “freedom of speech”?


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