This tip comes to me from of all places, MySpace…. read and weep:

From: Kracker Kills
Body: I really don’t give a sh!t about the red hot chili peppers and even though I don’t like their music, I have to admit they are a great band and have innovated more than one style of rock and roll.

NOW TO BUISNESS!

My last post was no bull shit. After searching Foxnews.com I found were the story originated and it turned out to be the dreaded O’Rielly Factor.

Here is the direct link to the web page (either click on it or copy and paste)

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,213490,00.html

Once you have entered the page, press Ctrl and F. A box will pop up. Type in it “Red Hot Chili Peppers” read a few lines up.

if you are to lazy to do that I am also cutting and pasting part of the article right below

O’REILLY: You know, there is a big article, and we’re going to deal with this tomorrow night, as I mentioned. Sunday’s New York Times, torture a big al Qaeda guy and you know what the torture allegations came down to, professor? Did you read the article? It came down to…

LYNN: The water boarding?

O’REILLY: No. It came down to keeping a captured Al Qaeda in a frigid room and playing Red Hot Chili Pepper music at a very loud level. Do you consider that torture, sir?

LYNN: No. But I certainly sympathize with the discomfort of the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

O’REILLY: Me, too. I’d give up anything to not listen to it, but that’s a joke. But come on. The seriousness of the situation is that this guy had information that when we got it and we did, save lives. And you have bitching by the ACLU and other human rights groups and the left-wing press about this kind of interrogation. And it’s insane, Professor. I just want you to know that. It’s insane. It puts you and me and all of our families in danger.

P.S. Thank you all for your time

Rizzn here again. Interesting. Sort of puts Abu Ghraib in perspective, eh?

/rizzn