When we first offered up our recent Bill O'Reilly discovery
to the hounds of the Internet, we knew that would prick up more than a
few interested ears. It would have been remarkable enough that the same
falafel-loving Fox news blowhard who's earned his spot in our Unsexiest
hall of fame (#58 and 2006, and #16 in 2007) wrote for the Phoenix way
back in the ‘70s.
READ: Bill O'Reilly, ELI WALLACH ON ACTORS AND ACTING [February 5, 1974]
READ: Bill O'Reilly, THE DEVIL BEHIND THE DEVIL IN MISS JONES [April 30, 1974]
Bill O’Reilly is many things. He’s loud. He’s popular. He's unsexy. He can be a bit rude. And as some suspect, he might be too smart for what he’s saying
So Jen’s staring in a movie about having a kid without a man, and she’s been staring in a life which has got everyone wondering when she’s going to have a kid without a man (US Weekly/InTouch/Star says it’s supposed to happen two years ago), and that’s pretty radical. Opting for a funnel over a man has only been around for centuries
As a grad student at Boston University’s College of Communication (COM) five years ago, I wrote an op-ed for a campus newsletter called The Muckraker about inconsistencies in alumni relations practices. In particular, I criticized their celebrating Fox News host Bill O’Reilly’s BU degree while at the same time pretending that Howard Stern never went there.