David Appell heard Michael Fumento on the radio:
My God, he is even worse on the radio! You’d think he was the only journalist who ever went to Iraq. I only caught his segment for about two minutes, but during that time he was pompous, combative, egotistical, and simply an all around jerk to his hosts. It was like getting smacked in the face, he was trying so hard to be forceful. It’s not easy to make such a strong impression in a mere two minutes, but he succeeded in spades.
Oh yeah, he also has a funny, high voice, kind of like a cartoon character.
Less than two hours later he got a comment from Fumento. (Read aloud in a squeaky voice for maximum comic effect.)
I’d suggest that if you have to resort to impugning the sound of a person’s voice in order to attack him, you don’t have much to work with. And I see nobody links to your site. Gee, wonder why?
From the response time here and other examples, I estimate that Fumento ego-googles about five times a day.
Meanwhile, Chris sent Fumento an email:
I just heard your whiny-ass meltdown on the Al Franken show today.
All I have to say sir, is that you are truly a pussy.
I trust you mean that in the vaginal sense and that you would like penetrate me. I respectively decline the offer.