Thursday, February 18, 2010

Random Mischief

soooooo, it seems John Stossel has a new show on the Fox Business Channel.
What's interesting about this is it features a studio audience. Seeing as it's filmed in NYC, and considering his (lack of) popularity here, I'm betting I could find my way into the audience pretty easily.
The question, obviously, is how to make them regret allowing me in, and since no worthy ideas spring instantly to mind, I thought I'd open it up for suggestions.
Short of committing a violent felony, I'll consider it. I'm sure I could find excellent free representation against that shit were any real problems to arise.
So whatcha think?


Anonymous said...

You could show up dressed as a professional wrestler, mask and all. Challenge him to a duel. Taunt him.

Or you could go dressed up as the ghost of Milton Friedman and haunt him.

Pie always is a big hit, too. Everyone likes pie.

Clever Pseudonym said...

Bring one of those blow-up sex dolls and start bouncing it around the audience.

Mr. Wonderful said...

Wear a coach's silver whistle and blow it whenever JS says something untrue. When apprehended and while you're being hustled out, shout that it's time to "blow the whistle" on media lies, etc., etc.

D Johnston said...

Treat it like a revival. If you get an opportunity to speak, tell a sob story about how you have been afflicted with socialism and ask Stossel to perform a healing. Regardless of how he responds, begin convulsing and reciting Marx in tongues. Even better, if you can get some people to come along, have them leap to their feet and shout "It's a miracle! Praise Adam Smith!" or something similar.

NutellaonToast said...

You should yell at him for the let down about Al Capone's vault and then when he gets confused mutter in an embarrassed fashion and explain that you just can't keep one douche bag with a mustache straight from another

Anonymous said...

Go in wrestling mufti and bear-club him upside his squishy head whenever he says something stupid.

intotheveld said...

Instead of acting like a small minded idiot during a show that obviously threatens your fragile worldview, you grow up? Or seriously deal with the ideas of those on the other side instead of willfully misinterpreting them and inserting nefarious motives where there are none?