Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Over-Reactor



If you needed any more proof that the world would be an infinitely better place if someone plugged the Fukushima Dai'ichi reactor with Nancy Grace's fat, repugnant ass, just watch this: Nancy using her substantial experience as a shitty lawyer and a shamelessly ambitious cable TV blowhard and fear-monger to debate the potential danger of radiation from Japan making it to the west coast of the U.S.

I can't help but wonder about all the really great, selfless things Nancy's college fiancé would be doing right now had he been the one in that relationship to live past 1979.

14 comments:

Calitri said...

The US detonated over a 100 nuclear bombs during testing in the Pacific after dropping the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and we're all still here. She's a stupid bitch.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Proving_Grounds

Anonymous said...

Fire, crowded theater.

Steven D Skelton said...

Watching a television blowhard argue with a scientist over science makes me wonder if she would tell Spielberg where to put the cameras.

NoxiousNan said...

She is possibly the most narcissistic human I've ever seen, and with the least reason to be that way.

She should talk to Ann Coulter, who thinks we should all be heading to Japan for a radiation spa. That might be an enjoyable fight to witness. As long as only one comes out of it.

CNNfan said...

Calitri saud, "...after dropping the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and we're all still here."

What kind of stupid is it to say that after dropping bombs the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, they are all still here with us?

CNNfan said...

The CNN flipper says:

BREAKING: JAPAN CRISIS

RPT: AMERICAN TEACHER FOUND DEAD IN JAPAN AFTER FAMILY TOLD SHE ALIVE

Please bring back the classic CNN News ticker already.

Ref said...

My hatred for this ... person ... knows no bounds.

CNNfan said...

The west coast should learn a lesson from east coast. It wasn't just the first responders who got sick from 9/11 toxic dust.

Computer training schools were full of students, in NYC. The teacher would say in class, "When the wind blows the right way, you can still smell it burning..." Little did anyone know they were breathing in toxic dust all day long in class. It is just one example of level of neglect that was reached, rather than lose business.

If only we had more reporters like Nancy Grace or people like Erin Brockovich right after 9/11.

If there is radiation coming from Japan, the loss of business, would be considered much more important than any health problems it caused that would show up twenty years from now.

B8ovin said...

Holy shit Chaz. That last comment you make about Grace's fiancee is harsh.

As for CNNFan, what the fuck? First of all Calitri wasn't even referencing the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombs, he/she was talking about the testing we did here in the U.S. Secondly, You're drawing false parallels. Because a very real circumstance at ground Zero release toxic gas in New York there is still no scientific basis to assume physical qualities of radiation nor does it allow you to label Grace a "reporter", or to use her in the same sentence as Erin Brokiovic (who it should be said is also not a reporter), nor, on top of that to elevate their opinions over scientific knowledge. Your comments on this post are many levels of wrong.

CNNfan said...

b8ovin said "As for CNNFan, what the f*ck? First of all Calitri wasn't even referencing the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombs,"

... And the f*ck is what?

Calitri said "after dropping the bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki"

b8ovin said "he/she was talking about the testing we did here in the U.S."

Calitri said "The US detonated over a 100 nuclear bombs during testing in the Pacific"


CNNfan said, "If only we had more reporters like Nancy Grace or people like Erin Brockovich right after 9/11."

b8ovin said 'nor does it allow you to label Grace a "reporter","
or to use her in the same sentence as Erin Brokiovic (who it should be said is also not a reporter)
'

Calitri said "She's a stupid b*tch."

Nancy Grace is a television host, who attracts a viewership, so obviously she has an attractive personal appearance. Nancy is also a former prosecutor, which means she is an intelligent on-air talent.

b8ovin said "Your comments on this post are many levels of wrong."

b8lovin,
In your comments you claimed that we dropped 100 nuclear bombs here in the US for testing. But that someone who commented about "dropping" bombs did not reference them. And that there is no scientific basis for the radiation from Japan being measured on the west coast. How many levels of wrong is that?

C.L.J. said...

Nancy Grace should STFU about anything outside of matters of the court, where in theory she at least as some form of education about the subject at hand.
Of course, I won't read or watch any story she's attached to since she drove that woman to suicide several years ago. It's a crime that she's still on the air.

Stephen said...

I look forward to the words "feckless troll" with every post on her.
Now I don't know what to think...

Anonymous said...

"Japayen"
??
There's your clue.

CNNfan said...

UPDATE:
The latest major unfortunate setback to contain radiation in Japan, has really made it very clear...

Nancy Grace was correct in opinion and judgment
to alert the public of the potential danger or radiation on the west coast coming from Japan.


Just want to add that I do find Accuweather.com very useful. And no offense intended to Calitri, b8ovin or anyone else during this debate.