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Jon Stewart – Bullsh$t is everywhere

Written By: - Date published: 8:25 am, August 10th, 2015 - 9 comments
Categories: making shit up, Media - Tags: ,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqmtjlSxA_g

“The best defence against bullshit is vigilance so if you smell something, say something”.

9 comments on “Jon Stewart – Bullsh$t is everywhere ”

  1. Save NZ 1

    Compulsory viewing!

  2. ankerawshark 2

    Marvelous. Love it. “If you smell something, say something”. A motto to live life by.

  3. ianmac 3

    Bull shit, Bullshit everywhere
    Always time to Sniff.
    Just the other day a Giant load of Bullshit with the release of the McCulley Dairy Crime Saga.
    Making bad things sound good. Key all the time to an enraptured MSM audience.
    Piles of money via Trusts to buy favours. eg Liquor industry.
    And don’t forget the Dirty Tricks to make good people sound bad.
    Yes. Compulsory viewing indeed.

  4. Ad 4

    I am really going to miss him.

  5. Jesus Wept 5

    Stellar Fella

    Leaves us with the quote “…we cannot take action on climate change until everyone in the world agrees gay marriage vaccines won’t cause our children to marry goats who are gonna come for our guns …” Cool.

    And he looks tired too. Take a holiday Jon.

  6. McFlock 6

    Sad to see him go, but I reckon he’s left the art of political satire on TV in a much healthier state than when he started – folk like John Oliver and Larry Wilmore got their start from TDS, and now there are a number of shows that do the analysis that, frankly, most news media are reluctant to touch.

    And they also do it without sounding like fucking nutbars.

  7. Rakuraku 7

    National even make bad news sound good, it is very clever marketing. Key always comes across as the good guy even when everything is turning to custard.

    Smile and wave, and spin it so it sounds good, the masses will take it hook line and sinker.

    Very clever marketing and branding, looks like he will get another term as the opposition parties always focus on the negatives.

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