But the lifetime achievement award goes to CNBC for their use not only of the "chink in the armor" line when talking about Rupert Murdoch's divorce from Wendi Deng, but also using the term "chinks the chain" while discussing Chinese market policy. If there's ever an explosion at a Chinese Kevlar/security fencing factory, the station may just implode upon itself.
E! Thinks Parkinson's Is a Ton of Fun
For the Golden Globes this year, the cable network E! tried to spice up its red carpet coverage with onscreen trivia. These "fun facts" brought up tidbits about some of the nominees, including time-travel aficionado Michael J. Fox. And what's the most fun of all facts you could think of about Marty McFly? If you guessed "his degenerative nervous-system disorder," congratulations! You have a career in television!
"Wait until you see the fun facts for the Woody Allen award segment!"
Just kidding! It turns out that the rest of the world (which includes Michael J. Fox) doesn't believe Parkinson's disease is a total gas. The network later apologized for the "insensitive classification" of the disease while acknowledging how serious it was, a somber admission from the channel that brought us such sober programming as Ice Loves Coco.
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