Katherine Mangu-Ward on Fox News' Red Eye Tonight, on Kid Rock and Ikea

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See Associate Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward on Fox News' Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, at 3:00 am eastern time. Topics include: snooty Ivy Leaguers, Obama's make-work plan, Kid Rock's fur coat, and why women are better than men at assembling Ikea furniture.

For those who don't suffer from debilitating insomnia, watch it online tomorrow here.

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  1. Sounds like the perfect stuff for Fox news.

  2. No! No, IKEA is like barbershops and Monday Night Football. It’s essential to the modern man. You wenches will never take that away from us! You can pry my allen-wrench from my cold dead hands.

  3. You wenches will never take my wrenches?!? Nice one, Lefiti.

  4. “… and why women are better than men at assembling Ikea furniture.”

    Totally untrue!!!

    The average man has better Spatial visualization ability than the average woman.

  5. You Cosmotarian “males” must enjoy assembling your Ikea since you are too big a pussies to work on your own Vespas.

  6. When I take road trips the only reliable radio stations tend to be country and Top40/Hit Mix. I hate country so I tend to go with the pop hits. I learned long ago that there are only 4 main songs played on the radio and they are played 100 times a day each. There might be 10 more songs in the play list but those 4 dominate.

    I somehow avoided hearing this big hit song Kid Rock has. That is until hearing it 100 times this weekend.

    My point is Kid Rock really sucks. I thought he couldn’t suck more than “God Knows Why.” Somehow this failed rapper who disappeared almost 20 years ago ( though most people never knew he was around in the first place) and reappeared 7 years later has managed to remain popular and shitty for a decade with a mish-mash of the worst elements of each genre ( rap/rock/county/easy listening)and cover songs/remakes that make Puff Daddy’s 80s-sampling mid-90s hits seem inspired and original.

    In addition to bad trailer park rap and country ballads by 3rd rate rock singers, He is also responsible for shit like Uncle Kracker. Which reminds me ( since Uncle Kracker sounds like Corky singing songs written by William Hung) that one of the hit songs in the second tier of the playlist was what sounded like a mentally retarded fellow rapping about how he wanted to fuck a female police officer and “beat it like Rodney King.”

    Other big hits included Pink’s latest single which also combined elements from more recognizable songs, including some of her own.

    Then there is a Beyonce song that she stole ( I mean her daddy bought) from some unknown singer-songwriter. And some Katy Perry song that sounds like someone recorded a transexual being sodomized while singing an ode to her dildo.

  7. You can pry my allen-wrench from my cold dead hands.

    Allen wrenches? Allen wrenches?! If it doesn’t involve a power tool that might cut off or smash part of your body, or give you third-degree burns, it’s not a real man’s job.

  8. [Troll] | December 8, 2008 | #

    Sounds like the perfect stuff for Fox news.

    That’s totally witty. How many times a day does he jerk off? I guess at least five.

  9. My point is Kid Rock really sucks.

    You don’t appreciate The Kid? Man, Kid Rock’s schtick is pure genuis, sampling from the entrails of our collective consciousness of Big 70’s Radio stadium rock, and bringing it down to our jaded Mellenial sensibility while gleefully smiling and chugging down a 40 in a brown paper wrapper.

    te he he he.

    Roark may have got all the glory, but Toohey had the most fun.

  10. Allen wrenches? Allen wrenches?! If it doesn’t involve a power tool that might cut off or smash part of your body, or give you third-degree burns, it’s not a real man’s job.

    If it comes with instructions you are a douchebag for thinking it is a mans job. If you have to assemble it anyway, you are a douchebag for readng the instructions.

  11. And Mike L – im agreeing – not calling you a douchebag – in case that wasn’t clear.

  12. there’s got to be a Sweden joke in there somewhere. that’s it! Chix drive Saabs, they know how to fix those up, and IKEA stuff uses the same, um, manifold valve!

    yeah! that’s it!

  13. Fine, you think you can assemble one of those Grevback bookcases, you can also carry the damn thing in from the garage.
    Ikea claims it’s made from particleboard and weighs 96 pounds. I put one of their bookcases together once, and there’s no way my wife could have done it.
    It’s actually made from sawdust, glue and recycled neutron star core material. The clock on it runs slow due to the local gravitational redshift it induces.

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