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|• Rank of “attire” among the leading reasons “millennials” are unsuccessful in job interviews: 1
• Rank of their posting inappropriate pictures on social media: 2
• Average salary earned by a full-time-employed male college graduate one year after graduation: $42,918
• By a full-time-employed female graduate: $35,296
• Percentage of Canadians who believe in global warming: 98
• Of Americans who do: 70
• Of Republicans: 48
• Percentage of Republicans who believe in demonic possession: 68
Blast from the Past. At Daily Kos on this date in 2004—O'Reilly the Coward:
|David Brock takes aim and scores a direct hit:
Mr. O'Reilly, you have repeatedly and personally attacked me, Media Matters for America, and my fine staff, calling us "vile," "despicable," and "weasels," and comparing us to the Ku Klux Klan, Castro, Mao, and the Nazis. And you have refused my repeated requests to appear on your broadcast.
You once offered your viewers your definition of the word "coward." On the January 5, 2004, O'Reilly Factor, you declared: "If you attack someone publicly, as these men did to me, you have an obligation to face the person you are smearing. If you don't, you are a coward."
Well, Mr. O'Reilly, you have attacked me publicly on numerous occasions, and you refuse to face me. You, sir, are a coward—by your own definition of the term.
O'Reilly is also an asshole, but Brock is too nice to say it.