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CNBC anchor wonders if Steve Jobs has PMS - VIDEO

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 6th 2009 9:15AM
As MacWorld opens today in San Francisco, people are talking about the statement released by Apple CEO Steve Jobs yesterday concerning rumors about his health. Jobs has gone through a rather obvious loss of weight and people have speculated that he had a serious health problem, perhaps related to the cancer scare he had a while back. But in the statement, Jobs says that the weight loss was caused by a hormonal imbalance and that he is undergoing treatment to solve the problem.

Also, he doesn't have PMS.

That's the little joke that CNBC anchor Dennis Kneale made on the network yesterday, in a report about Jobs' statement and the price of Apple's stock. While throwing to another reporter, Kneale asked if "all of this was about PMS, something like that?" Kneale apologized for the remark (which he called "word play") after the report. I don't think Jobs should be offended, though I bet some women will be.

It seems like something weird happens on CNBC every day now.

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I think the general rule is the bigger an ass you are the bigger the show's ratings are.

January 18 2009 at 1:50 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

How do people like that get picked up as news anchors?

January 07 2009 at 9:27 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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