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    April 30, 2006

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    two_shoes

    I imagine that Stephen Colbert had little interest in appealing to the over 50 crowd in attendence.

    I got the impression Colbert was saying: While my living is making jokes about you, deep down I don't think it's funny.

    While I thought the President's skit was amusing, the basis for the jokes [deep down I'm a a-hole and an idiot while on the surface I'm bumbling loser] is so true, that it hurt as much as Colbert's truth telling.

    Funny is not necessarily correlated to laughter. Be careful, Colbert's performance is weeding out the prudes.

    Kel

    Le Colbert' Reporrr'!!
    *Points pen at the camera*

    Bill Baar

    Humor doesn't translate. Especially into Arabic. Bush should have stayed home. I hate it when he does this.

    srgtick

    We will probably continue to watch the Colbert Report, but not quite as often and not with the same affection for the man.

    Wow, talk about not getting it. He knew exactly what he was doing. Guess you don't recognize balls. Well, that makes sense in that you support a spoiled child as leader of the free world.

    J.m

    Colbert ripped dubYuah and the lapdog media a great big, gaping new one...

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