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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

KFSM: We know our place, Wal-Mart!

Posted By on Tue, Jan 29, 2008 at 11:54 PM

Watching KFSM (Channel 5), and saw a report on the “Wal-Mart Stimulus Package,,” which was really nothing more than shameless plug for Wal-Mart’s slashing prices prior to Super Bowl Sunday.

Word for word, it seemed to mirror the press release sent out by Wally World - no rewriting required? It was even creepier than usual, watching the smiling faces telling us all about the “Wal-Mart Stimulus Package.”

Do the folks at KFSM have to draw straws to see who has to has to sell their soul to Wally World on any particular day?

Or have they no shame at all?


Escape from Hell

Looking through the movie schedule for the next few hours, I see that TBN (a religious channel) has listed “Escape from Hell,” which is described this way:

“A sadistic warden pursues scantily clad prison escapees.”

Whoa, I thought. Somebody is asleep at the wheel. No doubt they actually have scheduled another movie of the same name, which actually is more religiously themed.

Still, it’s fun to think about the emails that would flow in should the advertised movie (featuring America’s Sweetheart, Linda Blair) actually air in the time slot.



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