GLENN: Have you seen the latest from Andrew Breitbart? We should get Andrew on. He's got a new website, bigjournalism.com. Have you seen it?
STU: No, I haven't seen it yet.
GLENN: Oh, yeah, you need to look at it.
STU: The media's not going to like that.
GLENN: No. Well, he's got big government. First he had big Hollywood where he was exposing Hollywood. Then he got big government. That's the website that did the expose of
GLENN: And now he has big journalism. And he has hired people who worked in the media and were tired of it and said, "I can't take it anymore." And now he's got moles. He's been working on this for a while. He has moles inside of journalism that are tipping him off to, and I know some of the things that he's working on. Oh, boy, they are not going to like it. They are not going to like it. Pat, do me a favor. Go down here to, go down here to, what's it like to work at Media Matters? Okay, are you there?
PAT: Uh huh.
GLENN: Click on the audio and then zoom into 109. We'll play this here, play just a little bit. If you can click into it, to 109. Okay, you there? As soon as it clicks
STU: Why don't you instantly have it when he requests it on the air in the middle of a show.
PAT: Really good question, Stu. Why wasn't I anticipating his desire?
STU: His request for 69 seconds into
PAT: Why am I even here?
GLENN: May I say why? Because I am so far ahead of you.
STU: I guess well, yes. Of your thoughts, you are. That's what we're trying to explain.
PAT: Yes, yes.
GLENN: Why can't you read my mind?
PAT: I do believe I have it. Let's see. This?
GLENN: This is from Red Eye. Robot theater. What's it like to work at Media Matters?
VOICE: It's not happy or new with Bush, Hitler in power. But David, Bush is no longer in power. Bush, Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, my father who never loved me, it's all the same. You are right. Your daddy never did love you. Anyway, my father asked me what I do for a living. What did you tell him? I told him that I spent all day watching Fox News and then blog about things that I don't like. When I told him this, he looked very sad. Why? Was he jealous? No. He cried. He said he wished his son had a real job and contributed to society. What a joke. I shall leave an anonymous comment about him on a blog. Anyway, David, I must tell you that George Soros is coming to your basement apartment or, I mean, your office. I love George Soros. I want to have George Soros' baby. I want to be his baby. Then he could breast feed me. I want George Soros to be my dad and my mom so we can spend
GLENN: Stop, stop.
PAT: That is really funny.
GLENN: Okay, that's originally from Red Eye. You can find it on bigjournalism.com.