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Tuesday, April 08, 2008

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Lauren

Meh. The last one was really terrible. I'm not suprised that they don't mention that Benedict has a larger # of people coming to the audiences than John Paul did.

rd

ahh, yes, the vast american tv audience. no thanks, let the obamas and the budweisers keep their media strategies.

it's also good to hear a professor from an american university validating the stereotype of the "dumb american." then again, jay leno does that from time to time as well. how true is the stereotype? i dunno.

but when you think about it, though, who really has the greatest interest in ensuring that the vast american tv audience be simpletons? isn't it the mainstream media?

Augustine II

The occasions for repeating this never end:

"O shame, where is thy blush?"

-Shakespeare, Hamlet

joe

"John Paul could enchant a crowd without words."

Maybe if he was impersonating a mute, but otherwise what the heck does that mean? Words are a typically necessary.

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