Saturday, December 29, 2007

Cody "Snake" Willard


"Tell him I'll respond to this Abrams dude when he's got enough guts to man up to the bar with me. Anytime."

-- Fox Business Channel host Cody Willard

First of all, you'll have to take my word for it: there actually is a Fox Business Channel. You probably even have it somewhere on your system, but I wouldn't recommend watching this thing.

Second of all, Willard was responding via TV Newser to MSNBC's Dan Abrams. Abrams repeatedly commits what is apparently a cardinal sin at Fox: he shows clips of their mistakes. Very unfair. Fox only believes in news that
isn't documented.

But the funniest thing about this quote? Willard does his show from the bar at the Waldorf=Astoria.

The Waldorf=Astoria????

Yes, Cody Willard is actually proclaiming himself
the baddest dude at the Waldorf.

I mean, just look at the picture below. Oooooh, I'm shakin'...



4 comments:

The Crutnacker said...

Wow, I can't imagine getting my ass kicked by a guy who looks like he spends his spare time as a celebrity lookalike for Ron Reagan Jr.

Michael Markowitz said...

Trust me, Ron Reagan could rip this pussy's heart out and show it to him.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, well it appears Young Cody is not much of a stock analyst either. It was only a few days trading losses into the New Year that Willard made a bold prediction of strong stockmarket gains that warranted considerable fund exposure. -- But just two weeks later, market benchmark indices such as the Nasdaq Composite have now lost their entire gains from year 2007. -- Yet on Cody's latest HAPPY HOUR on 1/18/08, instead of making an appropriate mia culpa, he said he was currently "more optimistic" on the stockmarket's future. Of course, his new pretense was that he had not been so optimistic before. But in make-believe FOX Business fairy-tale Land, Cody was the purveyor of sage advice for 2008, instead of the phony he is showing himself to be. Really pathetic. Maybe he can jump on top of the barstool again, for an encore. Where did they find this guy?

Michael Markowitz said...

Like most completely lame things trying to be "hip" and "cool" it is a disaster. The good news is that "pathetic" seems to be the watchword at the FBN. Since its launch it has averaged an audience of roughly 10,000 viewers. Think about that: TEN THOUSAND people. Sad, if it weren't happening to human filth like Ailes.