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But if you are listening, the show is a hell of a lot of fun. I warmed up to it in a single hour, years ago. As Stephanie says, "she grows on you." It is political, but politics is just one of its many ingredients. Lately, on most days of the week, Miller has adopted a celebrity guest, including "Mondays with McClurg" (character actress Edie McClurg), "Humpdays with Hal" (the adorable Hal Sparks), "Fridays with Fugelsang" (wry comedian John Fugelsang) and most recently, "Tuesdays with Tyler."
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There wasn't a thing that Stephanie, Aisha, Jim or Chris LaVoie (the show's producer) said that was possible to take as any kind of serious threat. When Aisha said that if she ran into Malkin, she'd "kick her in the nuts," it's simply physically impossible to take seriously. Unless you are a conservative and have no sense of humor. Guess which camp Malkin falls into. The best part though? On Thursday morning's show, they turned the excerpted piece below into even more comedy. And Ms. Malkin, they're not laughing with you.
The vulgarity of liberal female “comedians”
Left-wing female comedians are proving that they can be as crude and stupid as their male counterparts. Who knew that striving for gender equality meant pursuing the dream that one day, someday, liberal women would be able to mock their conservative counterparts’ sexuality with the unfettered vulgarity of Andrew Dice Clay? . . .
Read more (if you can take it) at: MichelleMalkin.com