Very Creepy

September 30, 2013

Apparently this was dug up in The Wisconsin School District video library.

Fascists pledge to the President. Free men do not!!! You have free will and decide what you want to do with your life.

Produced by Harpo, that’s Opera Winfrey’s productions …

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Calling The Oprah’s Bag Story BS

August 14, 2013

It’s not too likely that you have the low information network source TMZ calling the Oprah Story BS. But this time they do it.

But here it is … They call the whole thing BS. Have they considered that maybe the Oprah was telling a composited story. Sort of like Obama’s first book and his composited girlfriend? That the lamestream media fawned over as being so clever.

Could be…


Losses at Oprah’s OWN approach a staggering $330m as industry insiders predict it will be axed within the year

May 8, 2012

Guess you shouldn’t have dome it — Ever since I endorsed Obama, which went down faster than a cheap drink, I have been facing this spiral.

The losses at Oprah Winfrey’s troubled cable channel are approaching a staggering $330 million, according to a report over the weekend.

Even for a billionaire, that’s a huge chunk to drop on this failure.

Industry insiders believe the channel – the Oprah Winfrey network (OWN) – will not last another year unless they come up with a hit show and make a dramatic turnaround.

Though ratings have seen a slight insurgence thanks to interview program Oprah’s Next Chapter, it has stumbled since the get go with ratings of just 308,000 daily.


Oprah Winfrey Magazine, Website Struggle After End of Syndicated Talk Show

November 21, 2011

We saw GBTV’s online audience outgrow that of Oprah Winfrey‘s “OWN” in September. Now a report from BTIG, a financial services company, says maybe Winfrey should have took to the Internet for her business venture the way Glenn Beck did.

“While Oprah Winfrey chose to start a cable network and has been widely viewed as a failure-to-date by investors and the mass media, Glenn Beck’s launch of IP-only GBTV has been seen as a success – albeit subscription driven versus ad-driven,” the report says. “We wonder if Oprah had started a YouTube channel and reached a global audience whether she would have been far more successful, though she would not have a traditional channel to call her OWN.”


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