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  1. I watched just a few minutes of Biden's Inauguration. If I want to attend a revival meeting I will wait until the tents and sawdust roll into town in the summer when the weather is better.
  2. No network is completely trustworthy, though I think CNN is among the best. Of course the evening shows like Cuomo and Lemon are opinion based, but at least the opinions are based on facts and not nutty conspiracy theories. I do admit that the bromance between Christ Cuomo and D. Lemon can get a bit icky at times. I won't be watching them tonight, going to catch the Miss Marple marathon.
  3. I don't watch Fox News so I don't know how hot some of their women hosts are. The ones on Newsmax are okay. I guess Fox was there first. Bannon used to have one of the nuttiest shows on Newsmax, War Room:Pandemic. It went off the air a few months ago and hasn't been on since. It made the other Newsmax programs look almost sane.
  4. Check out Newsmax. It's where distinguished nutjobs go to get their full wingnut on.
  5. I give Donny a break on the bad economy. Even if he had done a better job in containing the virus, the economy still would have been in bad shape.
  6. The early bird......The ol' "I left my gun inside that Italian restaurant" beats "there's a dead body in my house" every time.
  7. Maybe a bit. Perhaps what Spector really needed was Blake's lawyer. In that photo young Phil looks like your typical nerdy kid who's trying to look cool and not having much success at it.
  8. No, I think this was a different one. I do remember the "Timothy Leary" one. That actor usually played similar roles-- fast talking upscale con men. The one I mentioned was about a teenager without much life experience who fell under the sway of (mostly) Baudelaire and went off the deep end. I can't recall the ending, but Joe Friday was right there, matching him verse for verse.
  9. I have no argument with that. I'm just pointing out that the third quarter GDP growth is far above anything in Reagan's time and the writer had it right in front of them. Of course the main reason for that high growth was the plunge in the second quarter's GDP, down 32.9%.
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