Nowhere, AZ – Doctors ended Mick Zano’s dream of live-blogging Fox News for an unprecedented 24 hour period. The session ended thirty-seven minutes into the blog fest, when the attending physician, Dr. Sterling Hogbien of the Hogbien Institute and Casino, observed something akin to a psychotic break. The doctor reported that halfway through the show Hannity, Mr. Zano experienced several bouts of maniacal giggling before slipping into a dangerously delusional state.
When asked why the plug was not pulled earlier, Dr. Hogbien stated, “Maniacal giggling and delusions are not far off Zano’s baseline. When he watches Fox News there are always mood swings, anxiety, and a significant rise in blood pressure, particularly when Sarah Palin is mentioned.”
Dr. Sterling Hogbien told authorities he only went ahead with the experiment after Zano assured him that watching Fox News for increasingly long periods of time had not resulted in any adverse reactions.
“We certainly would never have attempted this had we known what a quivering pile of Jello he would become” said Hogbien.
When asked if Fox News is dangerous to the general public, Dr. Hogbien said, “Certainly not. In small doses it is something to be enjoyed, like alcohol. But too much and, well, ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough for Foxual activity.”