Nathan Posted March 16, 2009 Share Posted March 16, 2009 If you haven't been watching the Daily Show lately, you have missed some serious pwnage of CNBC: Let us start here: On March 4, Rick Santelli was supposed to be a guest on the Daily Show for his interesting little outburst: Fuck you! ... Oh, excuse me... got carried away... ... Where was I? Right! Stewart! http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jh...inancial-advice So Jon threw some pie, Jim Cramer got a little schmutz on jacket, so he threw some pie back: Page 4 of the Article (Side note: I have no clue why the post date says March 10. I read that article on March 9, and that was the post date when I read it. Jon's rebuttal also comes on March 9, not March 10, and when they show a picture of the article, you can see, if you look hard enough, the post date of March 9. So ignore March 10. It was posted March 9.) Jon, of course, responded: http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jh...cramer-we-trust Of course, Cramer would not be outdone, as his appearance on the Today Show on March 10 would prove: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuksmNLDpdM So, of course, Jon responded... again: http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jh...rsonality-clash Then, on March 11, anyone watching the Daily Show got some incredible news: http://www.thedailyshow.com/video/index.jh...m-cramer-battle Jim Cramer would appear on the Daily Show on Thursday, March 12, to answer Stewart's attacks. And this is exactly what Cramer did, resulting in the following uncomfortable, brilliant, and hard-hitting interview: Stewart vs. Cramer - The Unedited Interview - Part 1 Stewart vs. Cramer - The Unedited Interview - Part 2 Stewart vs. Cramer - The Unedited Interview - Part 3 On Friday, March 13, Glenn Greenwald would make a very true, honest statement about it all: There's Nothing Unique About Jim Cramer And all of this would result in the cancellation of Mad Money and the disgrace of CNBC (or so I dreamt the other night... ). Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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