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COMEDY TRACK OF THE DAY

Stephen Colbert

"Chapter 2 - Old People"

from the 2007 audiobook I Am America (And So Can You!)

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And now we get to see what Mr. Colbert can do once he takes off the mask he’s been wearing for almost a decade. It’s an opportunity to be bold, take chances and aim for comedy that is as ambitious as it is funny.

Next Guessing Game: Who Will Replace Colbert? - NYTimes.com

When were these chances not taken? Have you never actually seen his show before? 

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Report Finds Los Angeles at Risk of Decline - NYTimes.com
Oh, that’s because it’s unlivable. No big thing. 

Report Finds Los Angeles at Risk of Decline - NYTimes.com

Oh, that’s because it’s unlivable. No big thing. 

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Where The Hard Left Says No « The Dish
Well how else are they supposed to feel good about themselves and give a self-pat on the back? By working on their own shit? Pfft!

Where The Hard Left Says No « The Dish

Well how else are they supposed to feel good about themselves and give a self-pat on the back? By working on their own shit? Pfft!

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SONG OF THE DAY 

Radiohead

"Talk Show Host (Live at the Amnesty International Festival)

1998

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Kudos to whoever wrote this great premise. 

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COMEDY TRACK OF THE DAY

Hannibal Buress

"Metal Arms"

from the 2010 album My Name Is Hannibal

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- Even Small Medical Advances Can Mean Big Jumps in Bills - NYTimes.com
So our new health care policy looks a lot like how it was before: just don’t ever get sick.

Even Small Medical Advances Can Mean Big Jumps in Bills - NYTimes.com

So our new health care policy looks a lot like how it was before: just don’t ever get sick.

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Social media explosion powered by dirty energy, report warns - theguardian.com
At least the same energy also fuels most social media content!

Social media explosion powered by dirty energy, report warns - theguardian.com

At least the same energy also fuels most social media content!

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