Our friend Gladstone's new episode of Hate by Numbers dissects Fox News' Neil Cavuto and his fascinating fascination with economic recovery, scientific research and what he personally stands to gain from a rat-on-rat stimulus package…
(If you watched the credits, you might notice that I contributed a joke or two. If you're wondering which ones, they're the ones that made you laugh. If none of them made you laugh, then I helped design the font.)
Tags: Economy, Fox, Gladstone, Neil Cavuto, Science & Technology, Sex, Stimulus
Frequent Indecision columnist Gladstone will be taking some time away from his busy schedule of sounding like a Vegas magician who also sells vulcanized rubber to make an appearance on our friend Cube's internet radio show Unusable Signal.
Tune in Saturday night, 11:00 p.m. (EST) or download the show from the archives to listen to while watching Gladstone's beautiful visage on your computer screen.
If you do call into the show, please let Gladstone know that he looks unsettlingly similar to Mandy Patinkin.*
* And, while you're at it, ask him to sing "High Flying, Adored." (His interpretation will make you cry.)
Earlier today, Gladstone noted how incredibly difficult it is to spell the name
John Stuart Jhon Steawrt Jjjonnn Ctewurt Joan CusackJon Stewart*…
[M]any Daily Show viewers, inexplicably, do not understand how to spell Jon Stewart. (I counted over 100 spellings of "John.")
Well, as luck would have it, Matt Tobey — over at The CC Insider — found this nice little mnemonic device to help keep it all straight…
Click all the way through for the punchline.
* I would like to take this brief moment to note that I'm probably one of the worst spellers in the world and have no right making fun of anybody else's spelling errors. Even so, I guess I'm doing it, huh?
Tags: Gladstone, Jon Stewart