-By Warner Todd Huston
Once again, TV host Joy Behar puts the twit in Twitter by comparing Al Gore’s Current TV Network to the mythical erogenous zone called the G-spot, a sensitive spot on women that no scientist has ever been able to actually find despite 60 years of trying.
In order to excite people into searching out her show on the little seen cable network, Behar took to her twitter account to sell the show saying, “So @current is like the g-spot of TV — it may be hard to find but once you find it, there’s nothing better.”
The fact that Behar compared Current TV to the G-spot is amusing but not likely in the way she thought. After all, thus far the G-spot is an imaginary erogenous zone, not one discoverable by science. So, Behar is essentially saying that her network is as much a mythical thing as the G-spot?
So, no matter how hard you look, you won’t be able to find Current TV and if you do, you’ll doubt it ever happened and you won’t be able to find anyone to confirm that it happened!
I’d say that’s pretty funny. Wouldn’t you?
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Warner Todd Huston is a Chicago based freelance writer. He has been writing opinion editorials and social criticism since early 2001 and before that he wrote articles on U.S. history for several small American magazines. His political columns are featured on many websites such as Andrew Breitbart’s BigGovernment.com, BigHollywood.com, and BigJournalism.com, as well as RightWingNews.com, RightPundits.com, CanadaFreePress.com, StoptheACLU.com, AmericanDaily.com, among many, many others. Mr. Huston is also endlessly amused that one of his articles formed the basis of an article in Germany’s Der Spiegel Magazine in 2008.
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