Saturday, July 21, 2007

That Was Worth It

Remember poor Nancy Holloway:

"The Factor has learned from sources we have to protect that Natalee Holloway, the 18-year-old Alabama woman who disappeared two years ago in Aruba, died from cardiac arrest brought on by an overdose of cocaine," Bill O'Reilly said on his Thursday program.

I loath
O'Reilly and his stupid show, but this seems likely to be true. I'm sure Greta is regretting all those wasted months covering this stupid non-story. Then again, she had catapulted ahead of O'Reilly when she was talking about the little drug fiend, proving once again that FoxNEWS and its viewers are just as shallow as the rest of their "liberal" compatriots, both on the tube and off it.

Yes, it's tragic that she died, but that can happen when you take cocaine; ask any Celtics fan about Len Bias. We might want to reconsider taking kids to foreign countries to allow them to engage in dangerous activities. It just doesn't seem like a great idea, especially for bright young things right out of high school. Did we really expect to be completely free of instances of this sort?

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