WARNING: AN ANDREA RANT AND RAVE CONTAINED HEREIN. ANY PAIN CAUSED BY READING THIS IS UNINTENTIONAL AND UNFORTUNATE YET IRRETRIEVABLE. Thanks for your cooperation.
Kimberly, a HUGE idiot and complete bitch (Nice Combo! Well done, Kimberly!) called into the Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC this morning and did 2 things simultaneously: 1) Exposed herself as a fool with comments such as (and I apologize to Kimberly fans or verbatim fans out there as I am merely paraphrasing from memory), "I am UTTERLY DISGUSTED by your show, EVERYTHING you say is anti-American and you're doing nothing good in this world" and 2) Nauseated and enraged listeners of the show such as myself. Brian Lehrer handled this woman well by attempting to ask her questions which may have lead to an interesting, substantive and constructive discussion instead of one ignorant woman's rant against a NOT AT ALL ignorant Brian Lehrer. She was unable to answer the questions (surprise! surprise!) and further dug herself into the hole of IDIOCY by contending, "I NEVER listen to your show, Brian! (Her tone being, "ugh! As IF I would stoop so low!") I was RUSHING TO THE SALON when I heard it for the first time and was outraged by you! (Rushing to the SALON on a Thursday morning, angered by people with brains and a more balanced and sensible view of the world than her? WAIT, I think I know Kimberly or Kimberly types...they're fun! they're great! they're SWEET.
SO, that was NOT what I consider to be a nice start to the morning!
Neither is feeling inundated by ALL THE OSTENSIBLY VALID REASONS WE SHOULD GO TO WAR WITH IRAQ...since THESE "REASONS" are PRECISELY, NOT REASONS to declare war, in my humble opinion of course...LUCKY FOR ME! Most of the ENTIRE WORLD agrees with me.
Of course these are only my opinions and people are allowed their opinions, yes, even people like KIMBERLY, as much as that pains me, it's necessary and good to have the viewpoints of the white, the black and the shades of gray represented and engaged...
In this spirit, check out this representation of dialogue: