Waist High would like to say a heartfelt "Thank You" to MTV for rebroadcasting Live 8 today INTERRUPTION FREE. It was much appreciated. And although we are so very glad that you saw the error of your ways, you must be reminded again, that you fucked up real bad.

To wit: Just one week after Live 8, included under the definition of "MTV" in Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, sits this:

"MTV drew heavy criticism for it's coverage of Live 8, the multinational concert of musical artists which raised awareness for African debt relief. The broadcast of the music was limited, as the network cut to it's on air personalities, celebrity interviews, and commercials in the middle of live acts. The pinnacle of this was cutting to commercial during Pink Floyd's performance in London, which was bassist Roger Waters' first performance with the rest of the band since 1981. MTV VJ's came onscreen to talk during the first guitar solo in 'Comfortably Numb,' then cut back for a few seconds before cutting to a commercial."

Picture me holding out my hands like a scale MTV. On one side we have Roger Waters and Dave Gilmour on stage together for the first time since 1981 performing "Breathe," "Money," "Wish You Were Here," and "Comfortably Numb."

On the other side we have vacant, annoying, 23 year old VJ's babbling on and on about nothing important, relevant, or intelligent.