As he who is looking out for us, Bill O'Reilly feels it is his sacred duty to give advice to those mere mortals who are in desperate need of his wisdom. So just one week after he had an epic meltdown during which he screamed that he knew more about the topic than his guest did, that she was "nuts," and that her disagreement with him meant that she "doesn't get it," Bill O'Reilly gives advice on dealing with anger. Yes ladies and gents, in an example of Bill's amazing and astounding self centered cognitive dissonance, dare I say, delusional thinking, he proffered, as his "Tip of the Day," advice on - wait for it - how to vent anger. It's too funny. A guy who has major anger issues telling others how to deal with it - and he's not saying to simmer down, either because that's too "politically correct." And we know that blustering Bill is never politically correct!
On Thursday, Bill told his audience that, earlier in the day, he got angry, "very angry." But according to Bill, it was "justified" (As always, I supsect) because "somebody did a very bad thing to him." (Aww, poor Bill, did he get served with papers in another sexual harassment lawsuit?). Narcissist Bill must not have been able to get the last word because he complained that he was driven crazy by his inability to "right the wrong." (Such a crusader for truth, justice, and the American way!) He explained that rather than doing the "politically correct thing" by remaining calm, he "went into a room, closed the door, nobody was there and I let loose for about thirty seconds." He admitted that it was "very loud" (Quelle surprise) with "very colorful language."
He joked "you should have been there" and asserted that it was all good because he "felt a lot better" and he "thought a lot clearer." He provided the patented Factor Tip of the Day: "Vent your anger, but be alone when you do it. Yes indeed."
Bill really needs to see a reputable psychiatrist (not Dr. Ablow) because going into a room and screaming, while dealing with the immediate situation, isn't really addressing the underlying issues. It also takes a lot of energy which might be cathartic; but could eventually be physically damaging. (Perhaps Bill should take up yoga - oh right, that's too foreign!) The ability to remain calm ("politically correct?") is the ideal for responding to stress. Empty rooms are not always immediately available in an anger inducing situation. I shudder to think what would have happened had Bill not been able to go into a room. Would those around him have been subject to his wrath?
But Bill obviously doesn't stop the taping in order to vent his anger when he's angry with a guest. And as we've seen from the past, if he's upset with his staff, he just screams
"Fuck it, we'll do it live."
Enjoy the compilation, below the "Tip of the Day," (An interesting juxtaposition) of Bill's greatest hits when he obviously wasn't following is own advice - advice that underscores how, as Jon Stewart says, Bill O'Reilly is full of shit!
Put these two frauds in a padded room and watch the fur fly.
A few Helpful Tips in Anger Management
case 1 – A Doctor you don’t like
Have him murdered.
case 2 – A woman you need to control
Call her up often and sexually harass her.
case 3 – A viewer calls in and upstages you
Tell him he’ll be getting a visit from Fux Security.
case 4 – A nation you hate
Declare a global boycott in hopes of causing economic Armageddon.
Not only that, but he’s proud of himself when his antics hurt people. I’ve never seen anyone as proud of themselves for other others as he can get. Put the two together, and it’s a good thing so few people take him seriously, ratings aside.