Or, maybe it was a compliment?



  1. TeaPartyDude says:

    The uploader closed his account, what’s your theory on why that happened?

    • McCullough says:

      Beats me, it was originally found on Huffington Post.

      New one posted.

    • Eddie says:

      (Search YT for the title of this article, there are a number of copies.) I don’t see what the big deal is. I’m surprised such a trivial clip made its way onto this blog.

  2. Mr. Mobley says:

    Well, you certainly could have fooled me. I thought the insult was more fiting for John A. Boehner.

  3. NewFormatSux says:

    How many people knew bleeding heart was a flower?
    Looks like a legit guess to me.
    But I learned that Alex sees the answers as you write them.

    • Ah_Yea says:

      Oh, you’re right! I was wondering how he “knew” she was going to insult before the answer was given. He has a screen on his podium where he sees what they write.

  4. Eat My Shorts! (You know you WANT to.) says:

    Looks like Sony Pictures couldn’t allow us to see this clip any more. Seems like a copyright infringement complaint was filed with our new Internet Government — GOOGLE! (And you can forget Dvorak posting anything about all the Google YouTube Red crap — apparently, Dvorak doesn’t do “tech” anymore.)

    … We’ll just never mind that whole North Korea hacker business where anyone and everyone who’s ever had to tell Sony his/her real name and social security number was leaked to Kim Jong Yun (or whatever the little fucker’s name is). After all, Sony’s bottom line is way more important than any kind of security.

    • McCullough says:

      Please stop with the “Dvorak doesn’t do Tech anymore” crap.

      It’s a news and general information blog, google it, and get over it.

      • jpfitz says:

        First it was the numbers removed from the comments, now complaints about the content of the blog. Dam bleeding hearts!!!

  5. Martin says:

    Puzzling why Sony would not want this clip shown; very, very puzzling. I saw it yesterday. It was entertaining and reminded me that the show Jeopardy was still being broadcast.

    Can someone tell me the logic for pulling this clip? I honestly don’t get it. Sony seem to be stupid again…on a regular basis Sony get stupid; e.g., installing rootkits on their customers commuters, forgetting (or never knowing about) IT security, etc.

  6. jpfitz says:

    Video played for me. If video was pulled for PC reasons that’s disgusting. Screw Sony.

  7. WmDE says:

    Sony is a bunch of pansies.


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