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Fox News Hounds CNN's Paula Zahn
AP ^ | October 6, 2002 | David Bauder

Posted on 10/07/2002 5:37:51 AM PDT by Tancred

NEW YORK (AP) - Shortly before CNN unveiled the new studio it had built in Manhattan for Paula Zahn's "American Morning" last month, a telephone rang at the desk of a reporter.

A publicist for Fox News Channel was calling. For anyone writing about Zahn's show, she wanted to point out how much better Fox's morning show, "Fox & Friends," was doing in the ratings.

With that in mind, CNN's new studio "is nothing more than rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic," Fox spokeswoman Tracey Spector said.

As digs go, this one was relatively mild. But it follows a pattern.

Ever since Zahn jumped from Fox News Channel to CNN last fall, her former employers have badmouthed her relentlessly. The jibes are sometimes brutal, sometimes humorous, and once even profane. The underlying message seems clear: It's not wise to cross Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes.

Zahn was host of a prime-time news hour on Fox News Channel last year when CNN weighed in with an offer she couldn't refuse — her own three-hour morning show, reportedly at twice the salary.

When Ailes learned of the offer, he fired her. CNN immediately signed Zahn, and put her on the air six months earlier than it had expected.

That dismissal is an important distinction to Fox. More than a year after it happened, network representatives called The Associated Press to complain that a story about Zahn did not say she was fired.

Ailes set a tone for the post-Zahn era with a comment that quickly became legendary, in part with the help of Fox's on-air personalities. In an article about Zahn's firing, he minimized how she had improved ratings in her time slot while at Fox News Channel.

"I could have put a dead raccoon on the air this year and got a better rating than last year," Ailes told The New York Times. "That's all just the growth of our network. All our shows are up."

Subsequently, the "Fox & Friends" anchors talked about Zahn on the air with a stuffed raccoon toy on the table in front of them. Fox anchor Steve Doocy, cameras in tow, presented Zahn with a gift basket including the stuffed raccoon after the new studio opened.

Ailes sued Zahn's agents, claiming breach of contract. A New York State Supreme Court judge dismissed the complaint in March.

"From the very beginning, this was a case of sour grapes by Roger Ailes," Zahn said at the time. "I am glad the judge saw it for what it was, and dismissed the suit as meritless."

During the past year, Zahn's "Fox & Friends" rivals have been her most frequent needlers.

In January, the disc jockey Mancow, a "Fox and Friends" contributor, called Zahn a "knucklehead." Because she's the enemy, he said, "I just want to punch her in the face."

Two months later, Mancow performed an on-air skit with an actor he said was portraying Zahn. He hit the actor in the face, knocked him down and shouted, "I'll kill you, Paula. We will kill you, Paula."

"That was great," anchor Brian Kilmeade said, although co-anchor E.D. Hill urged Mancow to stop as he kept pounding away. Hill has said that Zahn is host of a "bad program, but she's a nice woman."

Mancow also made an off-color remark about Zahn that refers to the anchor's hobby as a cello player.

When the CNN studio opened, trucks carrying Fox signs circled the Manhattan block around it. People distributing Fox merchandise and wearing Fox t-shirts passed by the studio window, according to CNN.

Last month, Fox News Channel spokesman Robert Zimmerman was quoted in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "Paula Zahn's supposed attempt at reinventing herself as a journalist is like putting a fresh coat of paint on an outhouse."

Zahn would not comment for this story, but her network came to her defense. CNN spokeswoman Christa Robinson said Ailes seemed obsessed with his lost anchor.

"At first it was somewhat amusing, but one year later it's getting old and, frankly, a little bizarre," Robinson said.

"Paula simply chose to leave Fox to join CNN," she said. "Given the success of her show and her reputation in the industry, I'm sure this was a disappointment for them. Their actions are deliberate, sad and speak for themselves."

A Fox News Channel spokeswoman, Irena Steffen, said that "we don't go out of our way to shoot at her."

CNN and Zahn have attacked Fox, she said, declining to provide examples. Both the "dead raccoon" and "outhouse" remarks appeared in stories after CNN statements defending Zahn's ratings and describing "American Morning" as a more traditional news show than its cable rivals.

"Why don't you ask why she's making a mountain out of a molehill?" Steffen said. "Why don't you ask why she's turning this around and why she's making herself into a victim?"

Steffen again pointed out the "Fox & Friends" ratings advantage. "As a former network star, it's sad Paula has sunk to this level, but we wish her well," she said.

The publicist turned down requests to talk to Ailes.

Some of the motivation here may be revenge from a former political streetfighter who hates to lose, particularly to chief rival CNN. Ailes retaliated months after Zahn's exit by plucking CNN's Greta Van Susteren to fill Zahn's old time slot.

Oddly, Ailes' best revenge may simply be the ratings; Fox News Channel passed CNN in average viewership earlier this year and hasn't given up the lead since.

It would seem to make all the trash talk redundant.


TOPICS: Extended News; Miscellaneous
KEYWORDS: cnn; fnc; foxandfriends; foxnews; mancow; paulazahn
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I miss watching "Fox and Friends" in the morning--haven't had TV these last few weeks (I get all my news from this website).
1 posted on 10/07/2002 5:37:51 AM PDT by Tancred
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To: Tancred
The leftist AP sees CNN, their television propaganda arm, failing, so they have to attack the competition.
2 posted on 10/07/2002 5:43:08 AM PDT by Thane_Banquo
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To: Tancred

Stick with Fox News

3 posted on 10/07/2002 5:46:29 AM PDT by smith288
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To: Tancred
Fox News has the best-looking network babes:


4 posted on 10/07/2002 5:50:24 AM PDT by Tancred
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To: Tancred
Have to agree w/ CNN on this one...

She made a career decision, leave her alone. Who wouldn't leave their current job for 3x's the salary and a better time slot?
5 posted on 10/07/2002 5:55:18 AM PDT by Guillermo
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To: Tancred
CNN's new studio "is nothing more than rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic"

Where have I heard that before???

6 posted on 10/07/2002 6:01:03 AM PDT by Savage Beast
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To: Tancred
Lovely to look at Paula, was not always lovely to listen to. Her left-ness was felt and heard in her voice and opinions. Paula is a socialist. CNN deserves her; she was misplaced at Fox. IMHO.
7 posted on 10/07/2002 6:03:00 AM PDT by yoe
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To: Tancred
I agree on 'bizarre'. I don't watch any morning shows, therefore I have no idea what Paula Zahn is doing in the morning but we have the F+Friends on Sat. mornings sometimes for a few minutes and, frankly my dears, it stinks. It's simply pathetic. It can only appeal to adults regressed to a 2d grade level. We are watching it sometimes for a few minutes just for the comedy of it - the show has the same socially redeeming value as the 'bearded lady' spectacle.
8 posted on 10/07/2002 6:07:23 AM PDT by A Vast RightWing Conspirator
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To: Guillermo
Have to agree w/ CNN on this one...

She made a career decision, leave her alone. Who wouldn't leave their current job for 3x's the salary and a better time slot?

No. You don't understand, its about WAR. Between the socialist propaganda and the truth!

9 posted on 10/07/2002 6:12:02 AM PDT by ItsTheMediaStupid
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To: Tancred
The local cable company has been running ads for Paula Zahn's CNN show on the Fox News Channel. I've been wondering why, I guess this explains it.
10 posted on 10/07/2002 6:12:34 AM PDT by Bob Buchholz
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To: Tancred
I have to agree the Fox News women carry themselves with a certain combination of elegance, attractiveness, charm, and intellegence that you won't find on NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, or MSNBC.

Laurie Dhue, Alisyn Camerota, Linda Vester, Rita Cosby, Patti Ann Browne, Dari Alexander, Molly Henneberg, Molly De Ramel, Donna Fiducia, Brigitte Quinn, E.D. Hill, Juliet Huddy, Brenda Buttner, Terry Keenan, etc. leave the likes of Zahn, Barbara Walters, Carol Simpson, and Ashleigh Banfield in their dust.

11 posted on 10/07/2002 6:24:49 AM PDT by Wondervixen
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To: Tancred
I was happy to see Paula go.

However I am not happy with her replacement. I refuse to watch it. I tune to it occasionally, during commercials. I am always disapointed.
12 posted on 10/07/2002 6:24:56 AM PDT by ImphClinton
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To: Wondervixen
I agree with your list of the Fox women except Rita Cosby, IMHO she can go, she's not proven herself to be a very good reporter.
13 posted on 10/07/2002 6:30:59 AM PDT by mrb1960
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To: Tancred
Given the way many of these talking heads jump ship from network to network, I wouldn't think anyone would burn any bridges!
14 posted on 10/07/2002 6:41:23 AM PDT by Lou L
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To: yoe
I guess guys would think paula was lovely to look at but all I saw was the cheeky forced grin & the teeth clinched together when she talked. I never watched her show & I'm glad I don't have to see her by accident. Her lefty opinions were too obvious for a news person.
15 posted on 10/07/2002 6:48:28 AM PDT by Ditter
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To: yoe
Lovely to look at Paula, was not always lovely to listen to. Her left-ness was felt and heard in her voice and opinions. Paula is a socialist. CNN deserves her; she was misplaced at Fox. IMHO.

Right you are... I remember just being embarrassed for FoxNews election night whenever Paula would try to insert a "thoughtful" comment. Here was this blank brain attempting to say something amidst TV's most brilliant group of political analysts (esp. Brit Hume).

The Fox & Friends Group are into "goofs" -- it's humorous that this AP writer takes Mancow's comments seriously and tries to paint a picture of all these people from this show being pushed to torment Paula from orders by Roger Ailes. This is just Paula and CNN seeking the "victim" status and perhaps some curiosity that might bring a viewer or two to Paula.

16 posted on 10/07/2002 6:52:49 AM PDT by ReleaseTheHounds
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To: Guillermo
She made a career decision, leave her alone. Who wouldn't leave their current job for 3x's the salary and a better time slot?

Reading this article one wouldn't know that Zahn indeed did violate the terms of her contract with Fox by negotiating with CNN in the first place.

And I have no doubt that AP is making something from nothing re: this alledged 'harrassment'. Probably nothing more than Fox & Friends folks having a little fun which has nothing to do with Ailes.

17 posted on 10/07/2002 7:09:26 AM PDT by skeeter
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18 posted on 10/07/2002 7:14:05 AM PDT by William McKinley
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To: Wondervixen
I also see the women on Fox smiling, laughing and enjoying themselves. The women on CNN are always frowning, pissed off, and upset about something.
19 posted on 10/07/2002 7:15:55 AM PDT by Phantom Lord
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To: mrb1960
Rita Cosby is the one who blew open Gary Condit. I think she has proven herself.
20 posted on 10/07/2002 7:18:04 AM PDT by Phantom Lord
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To: mrb1960
I agree with your list of the Fox women except Rita Cosby

The "Real Rita was revealed" durning the 2000 election.
You could tell it broke her heart when somebody told her when the SCOUS stopped the conting in FL.

21 posted on 10/07/2002 9:03:46 AM PDT by WKB
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To: Phantom Lord
And then there's Carol Simpson of ABC...Smug and snooty acting, even when moderating a debate. During Clinton/Dole '96, she darn near made me wanna puke from her disgusted looking, partisan attitude against Dole...It was EXTREMELY visible on-camera!
22 posted on 10/07/2002 11:08:51 AM PDT by Wondervixen
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To: mrb1960
How can you say that about Rita Cosby?

I think Rita does good newsmaker interviews. She's alot better than the girl they have on F&Friends in the AM. They need to give Rita MORE air time with her interviews. She has Baba Wawa beat hands down.
23 posted on 10/12/2002 3:29:24 PM PDT by bonesmccoy
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To: Tancred
Fox News has the best-looking network babes

By a wide margin!! And best looking female guests, too. ;-)

24 posted on 10/12/2002 3:33:20 PM PDT by HitmanLV
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To: Guillermo
She made a career decision, leave her alone. Who wouldn't leave their current job for 3x's the salary and a better time slot?

She broke her contract. The judge may have ruled it legal, but it was sleazy on her part, especially when it was Roger Ailes who rescued her from total obscurity in the first place. If she'd just gone into his office and laid it on the line - "Hey, CNN just dumped this huge offer in my lap, Rog..." - he'd probably have let her out of her deal (since it was obvious from the beginning that her new show wasn't going to be a threat to Fox & Friends) and that would have been the end of it. Instead she just jumped and made a grandiose announcement. It was practically spitting in the face of everyone at FNC.

If they were engaging in true harassment - stalking her, somehow making it impossible for her show to get on the air - I'd have sympathy. Merely knocking her for screwing them over? Fair game, IMHO.

25 posted on 10/12/2002 3:45:41 PM PDT by Timesink
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To: ReleaseTheHounds
Brit: We go now to Paula Zahn. Paula.

Paula: ........................

Brit: Paula?

Paula: ...........................Oh oh I know! I'm blonde!

Brit: .......ummmmm........

Paula: Yeah yeah! And do you know how I get my hair blonde? I bleach it! Yeah!

Brit: ..............Paula Zahn's analysis, everyone. Back to the studio.

26 posted on 10/12/2002 3:47:14 PM PDT by oct11
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To: Wondervixen
Can anyone say "Lauren Green"????

TC

27 posted on 10/12/2002 3:48:47 PM PDT by I_be_tc
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To: Wondervixen
Donna Fiducia...

Man, I still remember her from the 66 WNBC-AM N-Copter back in the mid-'80s, when Howard Stern would harass her every day. I never knew how cute she was until she joined FNC.

28 posted on 10/12/2002 3:49:09 PM PDT by Timesink
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To: Bob Buchholz
The local cable company has been running ads for Paula Zahn's CNN show on the Fox News Channel. I've been wondering why, I guess this explains it.

Not necessarily. A lot of local cable companies have relatively rudimentary commercial-insert machines, and can only run the same sets of ads across all channels. Plus they do just like real TV stations do, and shove in house ads when there's a spot they haven't sold. Thus Fox ads end up on CNN, occasionally CNN ads will end up on Fox, etc. I really doubt Fox paid to intentionally have their ads inserted into CNN's local ad slots. After all, they have no need to, with their ratings. Heh heh....

29 posted on 10/12/2002 3:53:07 PM PDT by Timesink
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To: A Vast RightWing Conspirator
"...we have the F+Friends on Sat. mornings sometimes for a few minutes and, frankly my dears, it stinks. It's simply pathetic. It can only appeal to adults regressed to a 2d grade level."

It's a different group of hosts on weekends. And I agree with your "2nd grade level" assessment - the two guys, particularly, shall we say, failed to impress me with their intellectual abilities. A couple of weeks ago they got a new guy in from Philadelphia who seems to be a lot better... give it another shot.
30 posted on 10/12/2002 3:57:16 PM PDT by Pravious
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To: WKB
"The "Real Rita was revealed" durning the 2000 election.
You could tell it broke her heart when somebody told her when the SCOUS stopped the conting in FL."

I will NEVER forget that moment, since it caused me a very depressed night of non-sleep... I can still remember Rita's excited exclamation "this looks like a big win for Al Gore!" when the ruling came down (even though it turned out to be just the opposite!). And I agree - it seemed obvious at that moment where her sympathies lie.


31 posted on 10/12/2002 3:59:52 PM PDT by Pravious
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To: A Vast RightWing Conspirator
F&F weekend is a sad shadow of F&F during the week. If I were Steve, E.D., and Brian, I'd be crusading to change the name of the weekend show.

As to pukey paula, paula=greta. I don't care who does the 10:00 Fox show, neither one is worth beans.

32 posted on 10/12/2002 4:02:45 PM PDT by mombonn
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To: HitmanNY

Rita Cosby


Molly Henneberg


Patti Ann Browne

Dari Alexander


E.D. (Edith) Hill


Alisyn Camerota


Laurie Dhue


Donna Fiducia


Brigette Quinn


Linda Vester

So, does Roger Ailes have a thing for blondes?

Hmmm... Brings new meaning to "FOX" News... don't it guys?


I dunno guys, politics or not. I'd eagerly pay for dinner to chat with her for an evening :)

God bless America!

33 posted on 10/12/2002 4:05:37 PM PDT by bonesmccoy
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To: I_be_tc
sure... "LAUREN GREEN!"


34 posted on 10/12/2002 4:10:20 PM PDT by bonesmccoy
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To: Wondervixen
Remember when CNN ran the ads promoting Paula emphasizing how sexy she was, and the ads were pulled after Zahn was appalled at them.....
35 posted on 10/12/2002 4:12:07 PM PDT by doosee
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To: Thane_Banquo
Paula Zahn in a freshly painted outhouse? What a turn-on. A very good suggestion for her new studio. #&^)
36 posted on 10/12/2002 4:21:16 PM PDT by billhilly
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To: doosee
Sorry man... I can't find any cool pics of Steve Doocy (lol)... I'm a guy and I don't want to ruin that great run of photos :) LOL
37 posted on 10/12/2002 4:23:10 PM PDT by bonesmccoy
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To: Pravious
Rita's excited exclamation "this looks like a big win for Al Gore!"

I did not remember her words but I knew where her heart was!

38 posted on 10/12/2002 4:30:09 PM PDT by WKB
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To: Wondervixen
OK... one guy for "vixen"...

Hannity is ok.

and to compensate for that photo of Hannity, here's a real nice patriotic shot...
Kathy Ireland :)

39 posted on 10/12/2002 4:30:37 PM PDT by bonesmccoy
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To: ItsTheMediaStupid
No. You don't understand, its about WAR. Between the socialist propaganda and the truth

I have news for you: Most of the anchors at FNC are of the liberal persuasion...surprise!! surprise!! However, they also are well aware of the main demographics of their audience....(republican, male, white 18-45)It's not a coincidence that FOX has a ALOT of blonde female anchors. Let's face it, liberals are not watching this channel in droves like we are. So the staff adjusts themselves accordingly. Just look at Geraldo as a prime example. Yes, their main anchors like Tony Snow, Brit Hume, and O'Reilly may have conservative leanings, but the all the other newscasters are plucked from local ABC/NBC/CBS/Fox affiliates which are more than likely to be liberal. Remember when you stopped watching local news to watch Fox instead? Where do you think FNC gets it's newscasters from? Fox is enjoyable to watch, because their programming is inherently more interesting, faster moving, and not dry. You can thank Roger Ailes for that. He's the real brains behind the success to the Fox News Channel.

40 posted on 10/12/2002 4:35:31 PM PDT by paltz
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To: ItsTheMediaStupid
Who wouldn't bail for a 300% pay raise - are you kidding me? ;-)

Good for Paula.

These people do not make the news - they just read it, for crying out loud.

The Brits have it on this one - they are honest enough to call the talking heads "News Readers." ;-)
41 posted on 10/12/2002 4:37:23 PM PDT by lodwick
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To: Ditter
I guess guys would think paula was lovely to look at but all I saw was the cheeky forced grin & the teeth clinched together when she talked. I never watched her show & I'm glad I don't have to see her by accident. Her lefty opinions were too obvious for a news person.

Ditto, Ditter.

42 posted on 10/12/2002 4:39:31 PM PDT by Calpublican
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To: mrb1960
Rita Cosby is good at personal reporting and can get things out of people that other reporters can't.
43 posted on 10/12/2002 4:53:25 PM PDT by sabe@q.com
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To: bonesmccoy
Gracias, bones!

Fox News is the home of the foxes, no question. Don't forget Heather Nauert & Lauren Greene, who are smart and foxy too! And my numero uno immigration policy babe, Michelle Malkin!! She is on Fox almost every other day it seems!

In fact, Fox's strength in their claim of 'fair and balanced' is their choice of spokespeople for the conservative/republican view in news segments. For ages, the main media outlets would often pit 2 or 3 hardcore, shrill democRAT observers against a good hearted but eaily befuddled conservative.

Fox puts well spoken conservatives of a variety of sexes, colors, flavors, and types. I like it!

PS - I fell out of my chair when I first saw Laurie Dhue and her lips. Now, I set my clock to the Fox News briefs!!

PPS - Zahn is a lovely woman, also, no question!

44 posted on 10/12/2002 5:57:17 PM PDT by HitmanLV
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To: HitmanNY
I wonder if cosmetic companies bid on sponsorship for particular on air personalities.

If I was the marketing guy at J&J, P&G, Clairol, or Kimberley Clark; I'd want to have a line after each broadcast, "Wardrobe by (blank) and MakeUP by (blank)"

You'd make millions from just that by line!
45 posted on 10/12/2002 6:00:27 PM PDT by bonesmccoy
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To: bonesmccoy
You got that right - they could make a fortune!!!

Fox News is a goodlooking and smart news station!

Oops, and by the way, I have to add one more Fox:

Say whatever you want, I'm not joking - Greta Van as I call her gets me all hot and bothered sometimes. She can swing by my Vegas apartment anytime!!!

A smart, well spoken, and attractive woman!

46 posted on 10/12/2002 6:08:49 PM PDT by HitmanLV
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To: bonesmccoy
Paula Zahn used to look down at people and blink her eyes sarcastically...that is why I NEVER liked watching her. Also, like it or not, she's a left, left, lefty. Too condescending for my choice. I was thrilled the day she was gone from FOX. She is right where she belongs.
47 posted on 10/12/2002 6:09:51 PM PDT by Azbushgal
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To: Tancred
<< Ailes retaliated months after Zahn's exit by plucking CNN's Greta Van Susteren to fill Zahn's old time slot. >>

Some "retaliation."

If the mind-bogglingly-stupid, egomaniacal, screeching, DNC-lickspittle lawyer, van Susterin, is not, after Larry Seltzer, the second ugliest Human Being ever to be given a TV show, it must be because she beat Seltzer out for ugliest!
48 posted on 10/12/2002 6:31:23 PM PDT by Brian Allen
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To: bonesmccoy
Lauren Green is the best in the business. Brains, beauty,
and body, she's got it all, not to mention a great voice.
49 posted on 10/12/2002 6:38:59 PM PDT by AdvisorB
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To: bonesmccoy
FINALLY, someone does something for me around here.

Thanks Bones.

;-)

50 posted on 10/12/2002 6:40:32 PM PDT by Wondervixen
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