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05-02-2011, 02:43 AM
Anyone watch this?

I usually don't give a shit about money shows, because I don't give a shit about money shows, and I don't watch late night television, but I was up watching shit due to the potential historical significance of this evening and I happened upon this show.

It kinda tripped me out. A bunch of 20-something Barbie dolls spewing out financials like it was a hair coloring infomercial. Asian chicks, middle eastern chicks, British Isle reds, hottie American blondes...market trends blah blah blah.

Who the **** cooked up the idea for financial porn? Does this time slot dictate that mid-life crisis ****nuts who are sitting around in their undies tuning in to watch exotic hotties in low cut business dress talk about the Nikkei Index?

And, while I'm on it, what the **** happened to post 10:00 p.m. cable newscasts? Does everyone have to be ****ing limeys? I understand that everyone has lost faith in American news because of the idiotic bias that the mainstreamers spew out to capitulate for their retarded viewing public, but do they have to so blatantly rip off BBC America? You've already ****ed over the trust of the US to the point that you have to hire limeys to "legitimize" your late night broadcasts in terms of potential acceptance?

****. I hate trending.

KC native
05-02-2011, 06:23 AM
CNBC is hazardous to your financial health. Stick with Bloomberg TV.

05-02-2011, 07:05 AM
If you think the early morning hosts are nice, you should start watching Squawk Box.

Amanda Drury is easy on the eyes.

beach tribe
05-02-2011, 08:09 AM
"You won't need that anymore"
"It's on sale at the fuckin' dollar store"

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