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Wednesday, April 27, 2005

the WORST thing about Harvard

Is that I can't watch the single most important, intelligent and fucking HILARIOUS TV show in America. I'm not going to try to sum up what was said, because I won't do it justice, but ladies and gents, the Daily Show is genius, pure genius. Watch the video.

update: Sorry, I know I'm obsessed, but this clip about "Justice Sunday" is also hilarious. The Daily Show makes me so, so happy.

1 Comments:

At 9:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This really gets to the heart of an issue that bothers me all the time-that tv news and newspapers quote people lying and get away with it. Newspapers have forgotten that printing lies in quotes is still printing lies, and tv news networks seem to let their guests and "experts" say anything that they want without repercussions. In an effort to make everything look like a fair and balanced debate, no one is called out on being wrong or spreading misinformation. But fair also means honest, and it would be better to write an article which some would accuse of being slanted than an article that oversimplifies an issue into two equal sides. Sometimes life isn't like that.

 

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