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O’Reilly: ‘I really don’t go’ on the Internet.

By Ben Armbruster on January 24, 2008 at 1:10 pm

"O’Reilly: ‘I really don’t go’ on the Internet."

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Last night, Fox News host Bill O’Reilly asked Mary Katherine Hall of Townhall.com if she saw “anything really egregious on the Internet” regarding the death of actor Heath Ledger. Ham said that she “was fairly surprised that people were generally sympathetic towards him and behaving themselves.” (Guess O’Reilly and Ham missed the comments by John Gibson.) Watch it:

[flv http://video.thinkprogress.org/2008/01/oreillyhamhl.320.240.flv]

O’Reilly also admitted, “I don’t, as you know — I don’t live on the Net. I have to use it for writing purposes, and sometimes I’ll research on it, but I don’t really go.”

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