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08/16/2010

Audio: '...And if he looked like a guy who liked guns'

by Jeremy Hooper

Over the years, we've brought you some clips from New York area radio personality Stave Malzberg, primarily because his anti-gay tirades are often as misplaced as they are over-the-top. There was the time Steve attacked the Sherlock Holmes film based on inaccurate information about the characters' sexualities. Or when he knocked The Advocate's Kerry Eleveld for simply acknowledging gay male creativity. Or when he pretty much coped Rush Limbaugh word for word in smearing both Barack Obama and acceptance in general. And the time he flat out lied in saying that no LGBT groups have spoken out against Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Or the time when he and Bill O'Reilly renewed their memberships in the Gay Obsession Society. Malzberg's rants are rarely even that all that offensive, since the ancillary elements (misdirection, inaccuracy, odd choice of subjects, humorous verbal flourishes, etc.) are often the larger takeaways.

That legacy now continues:


Steve Malzberg on Steven Slater and the Media [YT: TimSPC]

Breathe, Steve. You yourself sound on the verge of taking two beers and jumping.

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