More Fox Porn! - Showing Skin As They Claim "We Have Standards" [VIDEO]

This post, written by Cliff Schecter, originally appeared on Brave New Films

Who woulda thunk it, because they use their smarts at the Fox Business Channel....

In any case, listen at the end, when Neil Cavuto shows a picture of the mostly naked woman, who "almost got booted from the Southwest flight for showing too much skin." (That is definitely a story worthy of a business news channel, btw).

He talks about how this woman is posing for Playboy, and you can hear a voice off camera say something like "aren't you going to show it?" To which Cavuto replies, "no we have standards." Yeah, he said that.

There are too many jokes to make here, so I'll just refrain.

Oh and speaking of porn, check out this icky cover of the N.Y. Post (also owned by Murdoch).

(h/t Paddy)

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