Monday, March 31, 2008
I realize that Sunday was a slow news day - so little happening in the world, nothing worth investigating, no misdeeds by the powerful. I guess that explains why NPR would choose to have the braying Andrea Seabrook chuckle and giggle her way through a four and a half minute segment encouraging listeners to get their hands on the Harvard Lampoon's April edition spoof of National Geographic. Seabrook is all in stitches talking to the two editors (guys) about how the center photo of a lion is actually one of those computer montage images made up of tiny photos of - get this - women's breasts. Man, is that some sophisticated, original humor or what?! What will they think of next?