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March 01, 2010


Now: Bill O'Reilly.

(Thanks to Brian Duval)

Update: Related item.


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Contrast with your Keith Olberman scone . . .

Anyone trying to sell this is truly a "pinhead."

Ooooh!! I always wanted to bite O'Reillys' face off!

Looks like Bob Hope to me.

Dear Lord: I humbly beseech thee to bring forth the Apocalypse. It is past time.

what a falawful likeness

Not burned up enough.

All I can see is a third of that bread slice was left unbuttered.

Fair and balanced toast. Although I don't see it.

Not burned enough?

That would be the 'no-criSPIN zone'

White bread, low fiber, and over-processed. Yup, that's Billy.

If you dampen parts of the slice prior to toasting you can create any damn image you want.

Doesn't look like Bill-o to me, unless someone took his face off with acid.

Looks more like New Jersey. What do you think, Meanie?

and the Virgin Mary cheeto looks more like a Mister Digit Hand Puppet Cheeto than a religious food icon.

Looks more like Paul Harvey to me. Excuse me, St. Paul of Harvey.

i had no idea there were that many delusional people out there..

If you turn it upside down you can see an old lady.

Am I the only one surprised at the fact that Bill O'Reilly wasn't already toast?

Oh, now, you know these kids and their overloaded imaginations. Too much sugar.

Actually, I thought it looked like Eric Stoltz in "The Mask", but then, I feel the same way about Bill'O.

My immediate reaction was Mister Digit as well....

Looks more like Elmer Fudd to me, but then again, so does Bill.

Be vewy vewy quiet. I'm hunting wibewaws. Wibewaws. you know, Democwats.

Of course, Bill O'Reilly's Face WBAGNFARB.

Glen Beck is going to be so jealous. Is the toast 'bold and fresh'? I have to agree with the above. It looks more like Bob Hope.

Now that Nurse Cindy has taught me how to spell it, I'd say it was O'Reilly's who-ha.


It doesn't look like Bill O'Reilly to me.

The recent earthquakes and sunami's have really stolen the chizzle from this amazing, religious artifact, awe inspiring, life changing epiphonetical story. I blame the media.

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