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So let me get this straight... If you don't like my comment, which was one clean word to describe this segment as boring and unfunny, I will get censored because you don't like it.I may as well live in China.
i liked the segment...
Brian,Please leave the political satire to Bill Maher, Jon Stewart, and Stephen Colbert. I don't give money to WNYC for this. You should use your valuable airtime to discuss substantive matters and not squander it. I'm not impressed with your attempt to establish your bona fides as a hipster member of the MSM.
This is stupid. Mo Rocca is good on "Wait, Wait..." but his commentary here is silly and pointless. And Brian, you're not a comedian. By all means add some satire to the mix. Louis Black would be better.
Watch it, Mo... I am a Delaware native and I listen to NPR... Don't make me call-in to Wait, Wait...!
Congratulations to Mimi and Reuben! :)
They better take a romantic vacation after working at the convention the day after the wedding though.
Honeymoon is for romance!
Biden was the next best choice after Clinton for VP. I think Clinton would have been better VP choice but Biden is good.
I think though now Hilary Clinton will run in 2012 against Obama or as an Independent. He is boxing himself into a 4 year Presidency.
A shout out to my friends
Mimi Gaber & Reuben Kantor
They got married 24 hours ago and are kicking off their honeymoon by working at the DNC. What a way to start a marriage!Maybe you want to interview them, Brian.
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