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"Have you consider the possibility that I don't want the paper?"
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"The best part is that we got hell to pay for it."
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"Correct me if I'm wrong, but hasn't the fine line between sanity and madness gotten finer?"
"Read your paper, dear. The news is getting cold."
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"Who am I to question our government's policies? I'll tell you who I am! I'm Bernard A. Nesbitt, who reads the 'Times,' the 'Wall Street Journal,' the 'Post,' 'Newsweek,' 'Time,' 'Business Week,' 'U.S.News & World Report,' 'Look,' 'Life,' and 'Saturday Evening Post.' That's who I am!"
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"Then we carefully disguise the bribes as legal fees by changing the word 'bribes' to 'legal fees.'"
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Gossip, Rumours and Wacky Stunts
"I find it increasingly difficult to remain man's best friend."
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Comparing the headlines of three different New York based newspapers.
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"And now may I bite your neck?"
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Up-to-the-minute reporting from our man on the street.
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"Quit saying 'President Trump'. You're spookin' the horses."
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Additions to the Rainbow Curriculum
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"You can't send me to bed now - now when events are breaking so fast."
All things previously thought to be good for us are in fact harmful to our health.
"Oh I don't think it's as bad as all that. In fact, I think we're in the golden age of something which we won't even realize it's the golden age of until many years from now."
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"Current Events? I can't even keep up with the current."
"Poll numbers remained unchanged today, as people used recent events to reinforce whatever views they already had."
The guy who's always pretending to know what's going on.
Student to teacher: 'If my paper is late it's because I'm waiting for the most current event.'
Scientist seen on loch.