I would put some virtual money down on a bet against Kevin’s prediction of
them ending up on each other’s show, at least in the form he suggests
(shaking hands and laughing). I could see Hannity daring Kimmel to have him
on so he (Hanitty) can confront the liberal monster to his face - and I
could see Kimmel maybe being happy to do that - but that would strictly be
a laughing *at*, not with you situation.

If Hannity really will only stop when Kimmel apologies, then he will never
stop. If, more likely, they stop when a critical mass of people stop
caring, then I suspect they already have.

On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 5:02 PM Kevin M. <drunkbastar...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 4:59 PM Tom Wolper <twol...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can anybody figure out an end game here? Hannity isn't asking ABC to fire
>> Kimmel and Kimmel isn't moved to call for any action. The action is Hannity
>> calls Kimmel names and Kimmel shows the attacks in his monologue and throws
>> back some insults. Hannity isn't facing any consequences from FNC for his
>> attacks so he can continue indefinitely. Kimmel is only responding so he
>> can continue until Hannity drops the attacks.
>> When Fred Allen and Jack Benny had their "feud" on radio it was mutual
>> promotion for their radio shows. This "feud" would serve the same purpose
>> except neither seems to want to promote the other's program. And neither is
>> going to take the other off the air. There is zero news value and the feud
>> cannot heat up because it has no heat to start with.
> Free publicity for both men/shows. It will end when the next idiot says
> something stupid or posts something stupid on social media. And a year from
> now, if not sooner, one of the guys will go on the other guy’s show and
> they will shake hands and laugh.
> Kevin M. (RPCV).
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