Thursday, April 12, 2007


This is a public service announcement to all intrepid non-New York journalists. When asking Rudy Giuliani about his personal life, approach with caution. He has been known to react with a violent verbal response. Slashing words and riddling reporters . He fills a room with bad vibes faster than Dick Cheney can fill a friend with buckshot.

Questions should be asked from the back of the room if possible. If you are in the front, prepare to walk backwards after pronouncing the last syllable of a final sentence. Do not attempt an interview on your own. It is best to work in groups such as a press conference. If in need of assistance, call a Democrat. Giuliani is alarmed and dangerous. The following clip is an example of a journalist who survived a Giuliani attack:
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