1 Mar 2012

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The Monkees back-catalog is trawled. Great footage of a little crybaby Anthony. Opie forces the Knicks up against the sports curse. Everyone is happy for Fezzie, prompts Ant to make a special announcement.
Johnny Cash was magic, you better agree. Branson Missouri tornado news quickly leads to the Yakov Smirnoff dinner adventure beating.
Brother Wease simulcast ... shitty audio courtesy of Mars.
Army Ranger Sean Parnell has a book about his time spent on the ground in Afghanistan. Breitbart news breaks during interview.
We go back to Wease. Breitbart liked to stay awake, a touching Davy Jones tribute. Jimmy's internet harassment of Don Cheadle pays off.

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More of the usual. Photos, exercise-bikes, brackets and free books.

13 comments:

  1. Damn, you are quick! Many thanks!

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    1. You don't know the half off it ... power went out half-way through first upload attempt. I was a laptop grabbing, wireless broadband dongle finding mad man.

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    2. Your dedication is unmatched!

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  2. rest in piss andrew breitbart

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    1. Breitbart was a mensch, we lost one of the good guys today. www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8Nkn_HnZcc

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    2. I respect your opinion, admin, but he was a piece of shit.

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    3. I am sorry to say that I am not convinced that you do respect my opinion. From what you've posted here today, respect for the rights of others to hold contrary opinions seems for you to be a somewhat low priority.

      Respect would normally include not using the occasion of a human's death to insist they rest in piss, or that they were a piece of shit ... and their crime? Being to hold a slightly different worldview than your own.

      Just because we rent an IP address does not mean we all must automatically behave as savages. We do have the option to try to attempt to maintain a civil and humane political discourse.

      Václav Havel, Christopher Hitchens and now Andrew Breitbart, it's been a bad few months for fans of intelligent, passionate, courageous voices of authentic, reasoned, contrarian dissent. Very bad.

      He will be missed.

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    4. Well said, David. We don't have to agree but should acknowledge everyone's opinion and respect their right to believe it.

      I wasn't a big Brietbart fan either but I'd never revel in a the demise of another.

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  3. Cant wait to hear the Breitbart talk. cray cray!

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    1. Yes I agree, flowed quite nicely I thought.

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  5. Thanks for the post! Anyone know the name of the song from the break into the interview with Sean Parnell?

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  6. I like not getting ad-raped. It's nice. Well played as always.

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