Neil Cavuto's Daytime Peep Show
Reported by Melanie - February 14, 2006
The "Fox Stox" portion of Your World w/Neil Cavuto is a roughly 90-second segment during which Cavuto rattles off selected "business news" headlines. Today's (February 14, 2006) Fox Stox began with a blurb about Warner Music Group. Next, Cavuto reported about "Playboy bursting at the seams" (complete with video of Hugh Hefner surrounded by Playboy "bunnies"). Following that, Cavuto uncharacteristically covered a protest. Apparently, there are protests and then there are protests - this protest featured three nearly-naked women from PETA protesting the fur industry. As Cavuto spoke, Fox aired video of three women "dressed" like this. Then came the final entry, a piece about the upcoming Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition.
Over video of approximately nine Sports Illustrated models strolling on a beach wearing tiny white bikinis, Cavuto said this (with a straight face no less):
And, it's the most widely read magazine on the planet, this particular issue the most popular on the planet. I'm talking about the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition. There's very big money involved, obviously we wouldn't cover it if it wasn't. The issue will reach an estimated 64 million adults at $5.99 a pop. For the first time, you'll be able to download video of the swimsuit models to your iPod for a buck 99 apiece.
Comment: Is that right? You wouldn't cover it if it wasn't about money? I can't stop laughing Neil.
Below are a few of the posts we've done about Neil Cavuto and his sex thing. It ain't about money folks, it's about sex, SEX, SEX. Cavuto shows more sex than any other daytime cable news anchor. Again, I can't stop laughing Neil.