Friday, January 9, 2015
As Null fiddles, K-K-K-Kathy looks at the Roman Empire...
Since program reform is on our mind these days and Mario Murillo is doing some shuffling and sprinkling, it wouldn't hurt to once again point out the importance of deducting as well as adding. No, I'm not talking about kicking Berthold Reimers out--that's a given. I am referring to the many truly embarrassing programs that have dominated the weekly schedule for years.
One of these is Kathy Davis' "Heart of Mind," which evidences neither, but seems locked in place. Now she has wiggled her way into another 90-minute parking space, the one once occupied by make-believe Murrow, the late Robert Knight. She sneakily got in on some "tribute" pretense, but has now hogged the time slot for more of her mindless meanderings. Here's a lengthy segment from Thursday morning's show, which I post in air check form (sans insipid music) because it simply cannot be described. It's a whopper and appropriately unhealthy.