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    2004 article--OREILLY Muses about F*k'g news staff, young, eager, 'there to serve ME'

    Well I guess the OREILLY supporters can contend that is wasn't HIM even though the article newly found was about HIS lawsuit by HIS producer. Sure sounds like everything we know about him now doesn't it?

    Or is just more locker room talk?? You know, the incalculable STUPIDITY of any of these guys who talk to any reporter and tell them this shit is beyond ARROGANT! I don't care if it is Entertainment Tonight or the local money saver paper! They just can't help themselves, along with grabbing pussy and chasing pussy, they HAVE TO TELL!


    The temptation to f*ck your staff is overwhelming —
    literally, almost overwhelming.
    You just can’t imagine how sexually out of control it is.


    Is O’Reilly the lecherous ‘male on-air host’ who mused about ‘f*cking’ his staff to the NY Observer?

    DAVID FERGUSON
    20 APR 2017 AT 10:43 ET




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    On Wednesday, Fox News fired Bill O’Reilly after mounting allegations of sexual harassment and abuse made it untenable for the network to continue its 21-year relationship with O’Reilly, who has dominated the cable news ratings for much of his run.

    Thursday, New York magazine writer Joe Hagan pointed to an anonymous statement from a 2004 New York Observer article that — in hindsight — sounds an awful lot like the now-deposed king of cable news, O’Reilly.

    The Observer article — condescendingly titled “Revolt of Fox’s Hens” — talked about the 2004 lawsuit in which producer Andrea Mackris alleged that O’Reilly stalked and harassed her. The piece quoted “one prominent and current male on-air host” who mused lecherously about the gender dynamic of the TV news work environment: “At the producing level, it’s all young women,” he said, “99 percent of whom have no chance of being on TV. They like being in TV and they like powerful men.

    Each host has around him lots of good-looking, unmarried women. Women are excited by power, let’s be totally clear. The temptation to f*ck your staff is overwhelming — literally, almost overwhelming. You just can’t imagine how sexually out of control it is. A quarter of the women are bisexual. They’re good-looking, they’re totally without restraint. Nobody has family around, you’re on the road traveling, and you’re making $7 million a year and they’re making $65,000 a year. That’s three grand a month to live in the big city. You’ve got all the money—in every way, you’re the sheik, they’re the harem. You can’t overstate how true that is. That’s a natural dynamic.”




    Is O?Reilly the lecherous ?male on-air host? who mused about ?f*cking? his staff to the NY Observer?
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    So does it bother you that women are like that or that O'Reilly came out and said it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    So does it bother you that women are like that or that O'Reilly came out and said it?
    Haven't you embarrassed yourself enough on this topic already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpicturetaker12 View Post
    Well I guess the OREILLY supporters can contend that is wasn't HIM even though the article newly found was about HIS lawsuit by HIS producer. Sure sounds like everything we know about him now doesn't it?

    Or is just more locker room talk?? You know, the incalculable STUPIDITY of any of these guys who talk to any reporter and tell them this shit is beyond ARROGANT! I don't care if it is Entertainment Tonight or the local money saver paper? They just can't help themselves, along with grabbing pussy and chasing pussy, they HAVE TO TELL!


    The temptation to f*ck your staff is overwhelming —
    literally, almost overwhelming.
    You just can’t imagine how sexually out of control it is.

    Is O’Reilly the lecherous ‘male on-air host’ who mused about ‘f*cking’ his staff to the NY Observer?

    DAVID FERGUSON
    20 APR 2017 AT 10:43 ET




    Bill O'Reilly has questions (Screen capture)
    DON'T MISS STORIES. FOLLOW RAW STORY!


    On Wednesday, Fox News fired Bill O’Reilly after mounting allegations of sexual harassment and abuse made it untenable for the network to continue its 21-year relationship with O’Reilly, who has dominated the cable news ratings for much of his run.

    Thursday, New York magazine writer Joe Hagan pointed to an anonymous statement from a 2004 New York Observer article that — in hindsight — sounds an awful lot like the now-deposed king of cable news, O’Reilly.

    The Observer article — condescendingly titled “Revolt of Fox’s Hens” — talked about the 2004 lawsuit in which producer Andrea Mackris alleged that O’Reilly stalked and harassed her. The piece quoted “one prominent and current male on-air host” who mused lecherously about the gender dynamic of the TV news work environment: “At the producing level, it’s all young women,” he said, “99 percent of whom have no chance of being on TV. They like being in TV and they like powerful men.

    Each host has around him lots of good-looking, unmarried women. Women are excited by power, let’s be totally clear. The temptation to f*ck your staff is overwhelming — literally, almost overwhelming. You just can’t imagine how sexually out of control it is. A quarter of the women are bisexual. They’re good-looking, they’re totally without restraint. Nobody has family around, you’re on the road traveling, and you’re making $7 million a year and they’re making $65,000 a year. That’s three grand a month to live in the big city. You’ve got all the money—in every way, you’re the sheik, they’re the harem. You can’t overstate how true that is. That’s a natural dynamic.”




    Is O?Reilly the lecherous ?male on-air host? who mused about ?f*cking? his staff to the NY Observer?
    So it's a crime now to think about having sex with sexy co-workers?

    lol...

    You better start construction on the hundreds of thousands of prisons we're going to need to lock up at least 90% of America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    So it's a crime now to think about having sex with sexy co-workers?

    lol...

    You better start construction on the hundreds of thousands of prisons we're going to need to lock up at least 90% of America.
    It's a civil offense to indicate unwanted sexual interest in subordinates, yeah. That'd be why O'Reilly just got fired, why Fox News paid him tens of millions of dollars to get rid of him. Talking about criminal behavior in this context is a pathetic straw man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    So does it bother you that women are like that or that O'Reilly came out and said it?
    I'm BOTHERED by the fact that OREILLY assumes women are like that. Being 'nice' to a guy can be...

    Being nice
    You're my boss you fucking asshole, so I have to smile or you can have me fired.
    I AM interested in you and want to fuck you.
    That O'Reilly is a predator who can't tell the difference among any the above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singularity View Post
    It's a civil offense to indicate unwanted sexual interest in subordinates, yeah.
    Except that's not what I said. Try to read a comment more carefully before you respond, yeah.

    Musing lecherously is not indicating unwanted sexual interest in subordinates. It's what at least 90% of America does on a daily basis when they are around sexy co-workers.

    So yeah, good luck making that a civil offense. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpicturetaker12 View Post
    I'm BOTHERED by the fact that OREILLY assumes women are like that. Being 'nice' to a guy can be...

    Being nice
    You're my boss you fucking asshole, so I have to smile or you can have me fired
    I AM interested in you and want to fuck you
    That OReilly has predatory instincts and can't tell the difference among the above.
    No one should pretend that office relationships and casual liaisons don't happen OR that these affairs are separated from things like career advancement and internal favor. But any supervisor should take extreme caution in pursuing relations with people who report directly to him (or her). A lot of firms dodge the issue entirely with a blanket ban on fraternization between boss/subordinate, if not also higher-ups/junior staff of all kinds. That's up to them.

    As far as the law operates, the key element is "unwanted," a sentiment that was communicated either directly or in actions that clearly indicate a lack of interest. Ignoring such communication is an offense that can lead to a lawsuit and should entail coaching and perhaps internal discipline if there is no history of it. Quid pro quo, repeat offenses, or especially retaliation are unforgivable, will lead to extremely costly lawsuits, damage to a company's reputation and create a situation where termination for cause is the only solution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post
    Except that's not what I said. Try to read a comment more carefully before you respond, yeah.
    I know it's not what you said: What you said was a pathetic strawman. You were the first person in the thread to mention locking people up. Bill O'Reilly (unless there is proof beyond a reasonable doubt that he assaulted or raped someone) doesn't belong in jail. He does belong in the unemployment line.
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