Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Kathleen Lisson is Smarter Than a 5th Grader

With the launch of her new vlog, Wine Bookshelf TV, the always-witty Kathleen Lisson -- a Gary Vaynerchuk stalker, groupie and wannabe -- brought the entire wine world to its knees and put it into a coma.

Lisson, a prolific vlogging newcomer known for publishing multple 30-second video clips that don't offer much value to anyone with an IQ over 30 has decided to take on her "pretend boyfriend" Gary Vaynerchuk head-on with Wine Bookshelf TV, an online TV show intended to educate the moronic.


Her advanced knowledge of all things wine is on display most fervently in "How to open and uncork a bottle of wine" an episode clearly aimed at under-age drinkers who may or may not be mentally retarded. In it, she shows those with a 5th-grade intelect how to use a common corkscrew, and then pours the newly opened white wine into a red wine glass.


Apparently she hasn't seen her own show on "How to choose the correct wine glass."

With nuggets of wisdom like "this cork can be used to recork the bottle of wine after you drink it" this wine educator, blogger, and superstar in the making is carving out a new market that few wineries have exploited to date -- the very young and the very stupid.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I found her videos very informative. I'm awaiting the video on how to open a screwcap. Another great idea might be how to place the empty bottle in the recycling bin.

Anonymous said...

If you REALLY want to know how to open a bottle of wine, and all you have handy is a phone book:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rafqCGfVj2I

Now THAT's original.

Anonymous said...

A legacy in the making...

Anonymous said...

I can't wait until the spawn of KathyL and GaryV arrives. The birth will be on WLTV. The umbilical cord will be planted in a LI vineyard.

Robert McIntosh said...

Much as I appreciate most of the posts on this site, and agree that we should all be prepared to have a little fun poked at us collectively now and then, I think that this post steps over the "fun" boundary into something too personal and nasty.

It would be impossible for Kathleen to come back and criticise this post without making things worse, so as a neutral bystander, can I ask you to reconsider this post and whether it adds or detracts from your otherwise very amusing blog?

I'm sure the amusing points could have been made without the personal attacks.

Cheers!

Arthur said...

I have to agree with Robert.
There is a harshness, maybe even a nasty edge to this post.
She's trying and maybe some people acrually learn something from her efforts.

Anonymous said...

Not very nice guys. Kathleen is very nice and trying to do good. I also agree with Robert that this post crosses the line from fun to being cruel.

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victor said...

its A very nice things thanks ,, ,, very intresting,,


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