FoxNews.com: Intentional?

November 18, 2008

I need to confess to a guilty pleasure of mine.

Every night before bed I log onto FoxNews.com to check the headlines. More often than not the headlines are the same as on every other news website, but sometimes I get lucky and find pure gold. You see, despite how you feel about the network and their close political ties, Fox News maintains one of the most hilarious websites on the interweb.

The prime example of this, and the one that brings me the most joy, is the enormous image headline they maintain on their front page. No matter what crisis the country is currently, or how many people have died, FoxNews.com always manages to display the poorest taste imaginable. I honestly can’t tell if it’s intentional or not, which makes it all the more wonderful.

‘Sensationalist’ doesn’t even begin to describe the situation. I mean, for the duration of the election their front page featured fear-mongering quotes by Sarah Palin, and an unhealthy obsession with international pirates. Here are a few of my favorite examples:

Prayerbeadsgangsigns

Morepirates

Bigcatshurricaneike

Ransomorkaboom

Cyborg

So are they are in on the joke or not? You decide!

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2 Responses to “FoxNews.com: Intentional?”

  1. N Says:

    The big cats one is my favorite.

  2. Charlie Says:

    It has to be intentional.


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