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3 Responses to “Socialist television”

  1. zachary Says:

    elmo always gave me the creeps.

    this is great: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86i7LQg9PVQ

  2. York Roberts Says:

    What happened to you Sloan? Some of us still have to work every weekday! We need things to argue about that aren’t videos. GODDAMNIT SLOAN!

  3. Kenny Says:

    I’m with York. Come on man, we all have jobs. How hard is it to blow off a few minutes a day to keep your (somewhat) loyal readers happy.

    Actually there is a subject that I feel can only be addressed on indeedindeed. It’s been bothering me for quite some time and I feel like the collective readership and our fearless leader on this blog can figure it out.

    What’s the deal with the wierd cut-ins on PTI during commercial breaks? Are they supposed to be giving us some sort of insight into the minds of Kornheiser and Wilbon, and occassionally LeBatard? Because it’s not very insightful. Was it a mistake the first time and they thought “hey that was actually kind of funny, let’s just do it on every show.” Either way when it first started it annoyed me. I kept thinking the show was coming back on, but it didn’t. Now i’m used to it, but I still just don’t get it.

    There is one thing that makes it worthwile. The one time I watched PTI and Rick Reilly was the co-host, they went through the segment and into commercial. It cut back in and Reilly was sitting there completely questioning the producers about himself “Did that sound good? Do I look ok? etc..” that one made me laugh.

    Come on sloan we need your views on this!

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