Bill O’Reilly, editor in chief of the “Paris Business Review” (a non-existent publication) seems to be out of synch with Americans on the topic of France and French Wine.
Jay Leno’s monologue, Friday October 13 – The Army has changed their slogan to “Army Strong”. It cost $200 million. That’s $100 million per word. Other countries are following with their military. Ireland’s slogan, “Bar Fight!” China is “One Billion”. France of course is “Helping invading armies feel at home
First it was an improvised joke last week about a French policeman guarding the Mona Lisa in Paris muttering, “Just in case, I surrender”. Then tonight it was a sketch about a French Smoking Ban with more jokes about the French Surrendering at which point you reminded people about the
No, this is not an HTML typo. Believe it or not, there are multiple active Freedom Fries™ trademarks recorded with the American Registry. Who you may ask?
While discussing the movie Flyboys, Carson Daly thought it would be amusing to bash the French with a few throw away lines about the French Army and the First World War to the great amusement of his audience.
Dear Glenn, Our readers alerted us about the content of your program of September 19, 2006, because of alleged French-Bashing. Needless to say, the “alleged” melted away as soon as you started speaking. We were dismayed to see how virulent you were, and how you used one of the most
Headline Prime News, A Time Warner Company – formally known as CNN Headline News before February 21st 2005 – is a righteous version of CNN, likely designed to appeal to a more Conservative demographic. Rich in opinion and hyperbole, light on facts, this channel features a number of talking heads
It’s an epidemic of caricature and vilification, and the slurs are, for the most part, neither subtle nor gentle. As one French critic noted recently, “Hollywood hasn’t engaged in this kind of wholesale nationality-bashing since Pearl Harbor.” What’s going on?
Congratulations to Floyd Landis, young man from Pennsylvania, for winning the Tour de France. This is the eighth time in a row an American has gone through France and into Paris. Eighth times! Even the Germans only did it twice. – Jay Leno, Monday July 24th
Holy Hotel California, Educating Jay Fans! We have just finished two days in San Diego and we’re surprised by the humidity. But the beauty and the revitalized downtown was terrific to see, as well as surrounding Del Mar area. Currently we’re in a Starbucks in San Juan Capistrano, downloading our