Saturday, September 20, 2008

Q Tip Fun

Saturday's ATC "Science Out of the Box" featured the use guessed it - Q Tips!
Andrea Seabrook in her silliest radio voice, kept asking her guest, Otolaryngologist Dennis Fitzgerald "Why does it feel so good?"

Well, Andrea, Q Tips here on NPR Check feel soooo good, because NPR has gotten away with years of pouring rubbish into its listeners ears, and for once we listeners have a chance to clean all that gunk out. It's amazing what it does for your hearing - and unlike actual Q Tips in actual ears, the benefits are endless, and there are never harmful side effects.

BTW, as always, NPR related comments are always welcomed.


Porter Melmoth said...

You know, there are horrible things that are hilarious, and then there are horrible things that should be hilarious, but aren't, because they are so truly horrible that the only thing one can do is simply acknowledge them as horrible, and leave it at that.

However, it might almost be amusing to see a video, if one exists, of Andrea 'Baby Cuddles' C-minusbrook acting like a mass of squeaky jell-o while reacting to the icky things that nasty doctor was saying.

You have to hand it to NPR: they're crass enough to show off just how untalented and stupid they can be. Of course, on that plane, they don't know no better. I suppose it has something to do with their built-in superior-mindedness.

big!pink!fuzzy!bunny! said...

That'd be quite a site, Port! Andy-cam! -surpassed only by those viddy feeds of Rush Limpball's cigar-chompin' spastic jello-jigglin' (oh sorry, he was mocking Micheal J. Fox that time!) that we're occasionally exposed to on network news.