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It's a long story -- hardly worth going into here -- but after this place was declared a Brownfield Site, we abandoned it for the NEW! IMPROVED!! Not Now Silly Newsroom.

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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Friday, November 22, 2013

Does Fox "News" Support Johnny Dollar? ► The Mark Koldys-Johnny Dollar Comment of the Day

Does Shep Smith of Fox "News" support Johnny Dollar's tactics?
This isn't a post about financial recompense. I did that one last month. We  already know that Fox "News" paid trolls and surrogates* to attack web sites critical of the fact-challenged network.

Not Now Silly highly suspects that Mark Koldys, aka Johnny Dollar, who runs Johnny Dollar's Place, was a recipient of Fox "News" largess. Nothing else really explains his almost 10-year obsession with NewsHounds and anyone having anything to do with it. Nobody is THAT dedicated without being paid to be so, especially since Koldys has to twist truth into a pretzel to do so.

No, this question of "support" isn't about money. This blog post asks the musical question, 'Does Fox "News" support Johnny Dollar's methods and tactics in outing my sex life in his never-ending quest to defend Fox "News" as one of its surrogates?'

Headlines Du Jour ► Friday, November 22, 2013

It was the Headline Du Jour around the world 50 years ago. On this day President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. The last words the president heard came from the Nellie Connally, wife of Texas Governor John Connally. 

"Mr. President, you can't say that Dallas doesn't love you!" 

Kennedy replied, "That is very obvious." 

These were JFK's last words as the first gunshot rang out mere seconds later.

WATCH: Newly discovered footage of Jack Kennedy

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Headlines Du Jour ► Thursday, November 21, 2013

Overnight, while you were sleeping, the Not Now Silly interns went into the back alleys and speakeasies of the urban internet. Meanwhile, trained coyotes swept the rural precincts. The task: Come back with today's Headlines Du Jour, or don't come back at all. We now have openings for new interns. Meanwhile, here are the headlines.


► Clearly I'm going to hell . . . Twice ◄

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Is Normal ► Today's Ablow Job

Welcome to another fun-filled episode of Ablow Job. Not since Loofah Lad dumped Body Language Expert Tonya Reiman has there been such an idiotic segment on the Fox "News" Channel as "Normal or Nuts."

That's the official name of the weekly Wednesday Laugh-0-Thon that is really Ablow Job. Here's how it normally [no pun intended] works: Those Foxy Friends on the Fox and Friends Curvy Couch drag out pop psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow and ask him to weigh in viewers' emails to determine whether the average Fox "News" viewer is -- err -- normal or nuts. No, really. That's it.

Headlines Du Jour ► Wednesday, November 20, 2013

While you were lazy and sleeping the Not Now Silly news team has been creeping and crawling through the vast recesses of cyberspace -- much like Ashley Graham and the Flying Monkey Squad -- to bring back nothing but the best in Headlines Du Jour. Here is today's catch:



Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Headlines Du Jour ► Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Remember the good ol' days, when the milkman and paperboy still delivered fresh products every morning?  Not Not Silly takes you back to the days of yore. Our interns have been set loose on the internet and told not to return without interesting Headlines Du Jour. Let's take a look at what they found this morning.



Sunday, November 17, 2013

Headlines Du Jour ► Sunday, November 17, 2013

Sunday is not a day of rest for the army of Not Now Silly interns. They are not allowed rest. Just like every other day of the week, they are provisioned and sent out to comb the vast reaches of cyberspace, with instructions not to return unless they bring back Headlines Du Jour. Here's today's haul.


► A little too little, a little too late ◄
Charles Darwin to receive apology from
the Church of England for rejecting evolution

The Church of England is to apologise to Charles Darwin
for its initial rejection of his theories, nearly 150 years
after he published his most famous work.