January 22, 2009


Meet the new boss,
same as the old boss.

I may actually have to start watching The Daily Show again...

(via Instapundit)

Posted by: Sarah at 04:15 AM | Comments (5) | Add Comment
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1 Man, I have just been watching loads of clips from TDS, because you left this link here, but I think this one is the best...I love, love, love the "how cheese tastes good on Italian food, but not on Chinese" comparison...lols...love it!

Posted by: CaliValleyGirl at January 22, 2009 04:54 AM (irIko)

2 Sarah, I had no idea you ever regularly watched The Daily Show in the first place. If it weren't for the fact that TDS sometimes follows South Park, I'd never see it at all. I'm so wOrn out that I can't even handle humOr anymore. So I'm not up to watching the clips right now. I'm guessing that the TDS people can mock the wOrshippers because they were too cynical to believe the hype. Thinking that McCain was the wrong choice doesn't entail being a mindless lemming. Not every vOter is like Peggy Joseph.

Posted by: Amritas at January 22, 2009 07:01 AM (+nV09)

3 Then again, I wonder what the TDS people would make of this (via David Boxenhorn)? I couldn't bear to turn the sound on until the end. I didn't even recognize most of the people. Made me want to go back to full-time Tangut research. But I know not everyone in Hollywood is like that. James Hudnall, who's no stranger to show biz, wrote: But not everyone in Hollywood is like you see in the tabloids. Many are working people whose craft just happens to be entertainment. They really aren’t that much different that the rest of America. After all, that’s where most of them came from. For every loon, crank, deviate and strange-o, there are three or four decent, ordinary people there with a head on their shoulders. And many people there are like you and I, trying to get ahead in this crazy world and take care of their family. Yet fear rules that town. And one of the greatest fears is being perceived as belonging to the wrong club. As Lionel Barrymore once put it: “Half the people in Hollywood are dying to be discovered and the other half are afraid they will be.”

Posted by: Amritas at January 22, 2009 08:14 AM (+nV09)

4 Oh... soooooo much more than we know ;-). But ROFL anyway!!!

Posted by: kannie at January 22, 2009 09:00 AM (iT8dn)

5 Nice catch; I'm going to add the Daily Show clip to my blog. I made the same observation in the comments of the blog of one of my college professors: http://www.reflectivepundit.com/reflectivepundit/2009/01/the-promise-of-americas-and-obamas-patchwork-heritage-.html

Posted by: Eric Chen at January 26, 2009 04:42 AM (DvTuI)

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