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'What You're Left with is Libertarianism': Red Eye Host Greg Gutfeld on What Guys Like to Read, What Meth Addicts Do to Toasters, And Why Liberals and Conservatives are So Annoying (Culture and Reviews) (Interview)

Reason 2009, Oct, 41, 5

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INSOMNIACS WHO channel surf to Fox News at 3 a.m. may think they have drifted off into a dirty, hilarious febrile dream. Instead of perky anchors and partisan shouters working over the headlines of the day, a pug-faced ne'er-do-well named Greg Gutfeld leads a modey crew of comics, C-list celebrities, and occasional reason editors through a running news-of-the-weird joke lest covering (in no particular order) free markets, unicorns, drug legalization, very attractive women, and very gay sex. Airing since February 2007, Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld is just the latest stop in Gutfeld's checkered career. In 1987 Gutfeld took his first journalistic job, somewhat unconventionally for a Berkeley graduate, at the conservative American Spectator, running errands for the magazine's famously erratic editor in chief, R. Emmett Tyrell. After a failed stint as a screenwriter, Gutfeld got a job at the health-oriented lifestyle magazine Prevention, where he started drinking and drugging at a prodigious rate. Gutfeld went on to edit the lads-and-abs magazines Men's Health (where he was fired for making fun of Girl Scouts, cat lovers, and his boss), Stuff (where he was fired for an incident involving several midgets for hire at a publishers' conference), and finally the British edition of Maxim, where he hung his hat while writing Lessons From the Land of Pork Scratchings: A Miserable lank Discovers the Secret of Happiness in Britain (Simon & Schuster). Gutfeld has written "traitor" colunms for women's magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Glamour, and Mademoiselle, telling women what men really think. He claims to have been rejected for a job at reason in 1988.

'What You're Left with is Libertarianism': Red Eye Host Greg Gutfeld on What Guys Like to Read, What Meth Addicts Do to Toasters, And Why Liberals and Conservatives are So Annoying (Culture and Reviews) (Interview)
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  • Category: Reference
  • Published: Oct 01, 2009
  • Publisher: Reason Foundation
  • Seller: The Gale Group, Inc.
  • Print Length: 10 Pages
  • Language: English
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