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Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Tim'

Forget McCain.

If your talking CBS, think Dan Rather and memos.
04/26/07 @ 18:44
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Yes, Alex, and did you hear Dan Rather's recent comments? He was talking about the right wing's "slime machine." LOL. Talk about the pot calling the kettle.
04/26/07 @ 23:30
Comment from: Roberto [Visitor]
Agree that network standards are "imbecelic and stupid", but also have to say that so is the John Daly ad in question. I'm no PC freek, but I wish the people who make these things had just a little more class. You can use Daly and have a lot of (even pretty edgy) fun without losing all semblence of class. I think the worst part of that ad is the ultimate exploitation of Daly.
04/27/07 @ 12:33
Comment from: Roger Deem [Visitor]
I for one am all for the ban. John Daly is a disgrace to professional golf and to himself. Moreover, I am all for any improvement in standards since Rathergate. CBS has been doing the bottom-dweller thing long enough and I applaud this move to raise the bar a bit.
05/06/07 @ 20:47

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