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Late Night: Video Killed the Radio Star. Literally.

Pass the bourbon.  What’s keeping you up tonight?

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  1. Man, is that ever sick!

    Rough day at work today, RD?

  2. Couldn’t watch it all…need to sleep tonight. Blood on the bathroom ceiling was the sign to hit pause.

    What’s keeping me up? Wondering how we are going to stop the caucuses, and have fair nominations in the future. I forget to add that to my personal list of what needs to happen before this lifelong Dem will return to the party…getting the DNC out of Chicago and outlasting the current DNC are the other components, but I could really get behind forcing the Dems to do away with the caucuses. Thousands of votes for Hillary in mostly voting states were equal to one Obama caucus vote, but he “won.”

    Not that someone like me who donates and volunteers is equivalent to all powerful Obama branding!

    Also, will we ever have politicians brave enough to take on the insurance companies so we can have universal health coverage.

    As long as it costs ten to fifteen dollars per vote to win a Presidential election, we are not going to have any real Change or Hope.

  3. so RD that one those subliminal messages conforming the death of journalism ?

  4. My corrupting influence has claimed another victim

    😈

  5. I’m up late installing the latest iPhone 3.0 OS on my little toys. They’re just so cute. And preparing for a meeting in DC.

    What I’m not doing is being surprised that the great Bush III and his Failbot minions are a bunch of turdblossoms. Nope, so surprise whatsoever. Stupid is as stupid does. And that madcow woman can eat my shorts. So there.

  6. I’m up at my usual Aussie time which is zombie time for you guys. When I go home in October, I’m totally hanging out with you guys on normal time.

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