] "We need to be very well informed. We need less Hollywood
] news and a little more hard news," Turner said in an
] opening 10-minute address. That young people get much of
] their news from sources like Jon Stewart on Comedy
] Central was, in his view, "frightening."
Oh yes.. Rupert Murdoch and Fox News were compared to Hitler and the Nazis previous to WWII. That's not mentioned in this article, but its the big buzz around the net. In my humble opinion, Turner has the right to invoke Goodwin's Law whenever he pleases. As the law states, the argument will only end in forfeit. Bad news for Ted. In the end, bad publicity for Murdoch, and possible legacy for Goebbels. We already knew Ted was nuts, and we love him all that much more because of it. I could hang with Ted. We'd be best buds.
] "I forgave Russia for despotic communism, so I can forgive Jerry Levin."
] "That's why I started that restaurant business,"
] "It's not as exciting as the bombing of Baghdad, but people have
] to eat. They've got half the fat of beef burgers,"
When I was last in Atlanta, Decius and I made an outing for dinner to Ted's Montana grill. I think its safe to say without having a board meeting to discuss it, Ted's Montana Grill gets the Industrial Memetics two thumbs up. We had a nice talk about alternative media over a lovely dinner of alternative meat. My bison meatloaf was mighty good. Elvis would have loved it, and in my book that's all that matters.
Variety.com - Turner takes a stand (again)