Skip to comments.The O'Reilly Sniff
Posted on 03/27/2012 5:33:20 PM PDT by yetidog
What is it with the Bill O'Reilly sniff? My apologies to all sniffers along with the hope that someone can explain it. My enthusiasm for O'Reilly wanes less by his interruptive interview style than by that objectionable sniff.
Is he still on? (I don’t watch TV news.)
He said it’s allergies.
He said it’s allergies.
Maybe it’s cocaine to keep his motormouth going.
Oh yeah, just started to notice “the sniff” a couple of weeks ago.
His interruptive manner of interviewing has turned us off him and his show. He is too vane and egotistical and it is destroying interviews that could be enlightening.
Hannity also does it to some extend.
Come on guys. Drop the egos and get down to being professionals.
Let Lawrence the Wacko O’Donnell do the interrupting. He’s certifiably crazy so that is normal behavior for him. Ed Schulz needs a bibb and a mouth guard so he won’t bite someone. Rabid Ed should be his name; biting is his game.
Wanes less? Think about it. Why do you watch that idiot anyway?
Oh please. Im no fan of Bill O'Reilly but here in the NE, this early spring is playing havoc with my sinuses.
I had a friend that sniffed all of the time... he stopped after he went into rehab.
Great tag line, LOL.
Early spring? That was summer!
Okay, so maybe O'Reilly uses meth to keep his motormouth going.
I noticed that “sniff” a few years ago.
It has become more pronounced lately when talking to Dennis Miller.”Hey Miller,I “sniff” made you.”
Allergies my foot.I call it swollen ego.
Yeah, he just blows in the wind.
just a faux male version of 0’pin-megynk!
I stopping watching TV except for occasional football long ago. Too many commercials, too much crappy content.
I’m guessing what has changed is there are now more commercials and more crappy content.
Other than Wednesdays (when Dennis Miller is on) I haven’t watched him since earlier this year when he went all-in statetist on the oil price situation. He BLOVIATED on-and-on about how the evil oil companies and “speculators” control the cost of gasoline. He had no apparent concept or understanding of the market, costs, risk & supply/demand.
He ranted about “the oil belongs to the ‘people’ (meaning in the collective/communal sense). That, of course, would come as a surprise to the farmers in North Dakota and Pennsylvania or the mineral rights holders on the properties from which the oil (and natural gas) is being pumped. They foolishly believe that maybe, just maybe, THEY own the oil from their lands and can sell it to the oil companies.
He used to be better but now twists himself into a pretzel in order to be “fair and balanced”.
Laura Ingraham is the worst. Especially when she has someone on her show with whom she disagrees.