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In the end, it wasn’t Keith Olbermann’s wacko politics, bipolar tantrums, or the Comcast takeover that set his MSNBC career on a col lision course with an iceberg. A source formerly with the cable network said the end began in April 2009, when Rachel Maddow booked Hollywood’s darling to appear on her show. He later claimed that he vanished from the air to mourn his mother (and attend baseball games). Shortly after that, Olbermann first proposed walking away from more than two years on his million-a-year contract, as The Post reported. In November, he was suspended two days for making political contributions. “He has no friends, nobody to go to,” said one former pal. “He was condescending to those who didn’t see things his way. Scott Brown a “racist.” “As he’s gotten more strident and more lost inside his own navel, the segment became less of a joke,” said Bercovici, now at Forbes. Maddow’s and Lawrence O’Donnell’s MSNBC ratings have soared since Olbermann’s departure. Olbermann, who turned 52 Thursday, has never married.
Olbermann wanted the star for himself on “Countdown.” It was the first battle Keith didn’t win. But Olbermann’s mom died nearly two weeks earlier, City File reported, and he didn’t miss a day of work. Last April, Olbermann went nuts when Donny Deutsch was hired as a guest host on MSNBC. What recently happened was a blast from the past, as far as we’re concerned.” After a female ESPNer wrote a book, “one day,” said the source, “Keith counted how many swear words were in it.” He sent the results to the entire newsroom. He lived three years with WNBC newsblonde Katy Tur, half his age. NO CONSEQUENCES As long as Charlie Sheen hauls in megabucks for CBS, authorities in three states, plus every hooker on Craigslist, will look the other way as he self-destructs, taking innocents with him.
Oprah delivered the confessions, like nervous tics, just ahead of giving up her eponymous talk show. About 100 passengers were trapped on an N train during last week’s snowstorm — then told to walk home from Coney Island. As a bonus, no rats were spotted scampering on cars, like those videotaped prancing near and on grossed-out riders of the 4 and R lines.
“At some point, she went from being an inspirational example of strength and hope to this self-promotional talking head whose face haunts you at the grocery-store checkout,” Cynthia Dermody wrote in Stranded riders instead commandeered the train at 2 a.m., and refused to leave. And, hey, straphangers didn’t get billed for the warm overnight accommodations.
Yesterday I heard a conservative talk show host (in an unrelated topic) mention that Keith Olbermann wasn't always a flaming moonbat liberal.
Apparently he was a sportscaster at one time, I dont know if he ever was conservative but the host was pretty confident he acts the way he does as part of his persona on the show and isn't necessarily like that in real life.
That was just a normal thing for him to throw tantrums.” The door was replaced.A New York City-based NBC News correspondent, Katy Tur, who serves as an American broadcast journalist, has ‘single’ marital status in her thirties.With no doubts, she is Katy Tur, the only daughter of journalists Hanna Zoey Tur, an ex-pilot, and Marika Gerrard.My wife used to be an isolationist moderate but she was converted after 9/11. Shortly after Olbermann’s “shut the hell up” commentary on President Bush last month, conservative radio pounced on the implication that he was calling American troops in Iraq “cold-blooded killers,” and Olbermann took particular note of criticism from Laura Ingraham, who said on the air, “I believe MSNBC really needs to bring in a medical team at this point. A 30-something office worker of Caribbean descent, Karma Bites1 said she struck up an e-mail friendship with Olbermann, whom she admired, and agreed to fly to New York to meet him last May.She says he came to her hotel room and opened a bottle of Merlot which he "spilled all over." Then, when "sexual activity began [in] less than an hour," Olbermann had difficulty.
By Jon Weisman Keith Olbermann and ESPN president John Skipper said there was no contractual prohibition on politics with Olbermann's new latenight talkshow, but that it would come up only as it relates to sports.