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Is it the females?
can't make a decision - no pics
They know how to tell people what they want to hear.
And they appeal to old people, who disproportionately watch the news more than other age groups.
Is that not what msnbc does as well?
that's better. hot women and old people viewers
Meghyn Kelly was sooooo hot with long hair.
I watch it for Redeye! It's great!!! Check it out if you ever get a chance bro.
repubs all watch it. democrats split their viewing between more than 4 other channels. classic split the vote scenario
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It easier to tell when the media is spinning things on Fox. If its MSNBC, CNN or whatever i just know from the start its spin and worthless
You would, haha, you're up 25 hours.
I love that show
MSNBC has shitty production value, some shitty hosts, and not many hot girls. I am a liberal and even I rarely watch them.
When I want news I go to CNN, when I want some laughs, I watch Fox
Liberal media bias is the most worthless term since fox owns the media
Oh cool you've seen it. I wish they could go uncensored with that show. It's hilarious at times. Hard to believe Fox even has that.
CNN reports on what Fox and MSNBC are saying.
I know man. Greg Gutfield is hilarious
Easy -- how many liberal media outlets are there on television.
Ok -- now conservative ?
I hope they can end up getting there own show. Like a Letterman type.
So hot that the police have to use oven mitts to frisk them.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
According to Nielsen Media Research's sample composition counts, as of November 2004, nationwide, African American Households using People Meters represented 6.7% of the Nielsen sample, compared to 6.0% in the general population. Latino Households represent 5.7% of the Nielsen sample, compared to 5.0% in the general population.
You mean people who actually watch tv.
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