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August 25, 2003


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This time next year, people will be saying "Franken who?"

You wish. There is this little event coming up in New York City next July, in which a *ahem* President and 45,000 of his closest friends are going to dance on the graves of 3,000 victims of terrorism in an effort to get elected. I think Al will be there.

You remember his comment at the 1992 Republican Convention about Pat Buchanan's "culture war" speech? He said, "We should give Buchanan a break. His speech sounded a lot better in the original German." Very funny guy. Just having him in the hall this time will be worth it - just to watch the Fox people go berserk.

"I had to drop Gordon off at the airport at 4am this morning. Why the fuck would someone take a 4am flight? I just stayed up all night. The only time I ever remember taking an early flight is when someone else made the arrangements.

We played NASCAR THUNDER all night."

Geoffrey, how old are you, 16?


Bitter conservatatives? What a weak parting shot. Come off the pedestal - this post shows you're no different.

Whether you'll admit it or not, you and I both know that 1 year from now, if the vast majority of Americans were asked about Franken the answer would be "Franken who"?

Just like any other bleeding heart liberal.

Geoffrey - I am not sure what you intend by the bleeding heart liberal remark. BLLs will all fade into obscurity? BLLs will forget who Franken is?

If you asked a majority of Americans now who Franken is, they probably would only know him from the Fox thing. But wouldn't that be true of any political commentator? Rush? Maher? O'Whiney? I doubt they have as much name recognition as Jerry Springer.

That they don't have as much name recognition as Springer is unquestionable. However, to put Franken in the same league as Rush, O'Reilly, and Hannity is laughable. Franken will never obtain their level of notariety.

And, Barney, you wish I was 16 so I could be your next victim. I tell the neighborhood children to stick to the schools and playgrounds, since the court order keeps you 500 feet away.

Can you name one market where Rush is number one? No? How about as high as number 5? The highest I ever heard of was #8 at WABC for a while. Usually he's down around 10-15th place.

These people are only famous among the other Nazi's.

80% of radio listeners never even leave the FM band.

The worst, worst, worst show on the WB gets higher ratings than ALL the cable news channels put together.

You've had your head up your ass so long you think everyone else gets the same view.

Franken HAS no market. He acts comedy, and he writes comedy. It's fiction. One year ago no one had heard of him, and a year from now people will have forgotten him.

He'll never match up to the likes of Limbaugh, O'Reilly, and Hannity.

"One year ago no one had heard of him,..."

Aside from 15 years on Saturday Night Live?

Break out your reading glasses. I said no one had heard of him, not that he didn't have a job.

He's a comic. He writes fiction. He's a wannabe.

Who said, "Because I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and doggone it, people like me!"

You're in a hole, stop digging.

He's a comic. He writes fiction. He's a wannabe.

Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash 2000 (2000) (TV)

"LateLine" (1998) TV Series (creator) (writer)
Stuart Saves His Family (1995) (book) (screenplay)
67th Annual Academy Awards, The (1995) (TV) (special material)
"Politically Incorrect" (1994) TV Series (writer)
When a Man Loves a Woman (1994) (written by)
Saturday Night Live Goes Commercial (1991) (TV)
... aka Best of Saturday Night Live: SNL Goes Commercial, The (1991) (TV) (USA: video title)
Best of Dan Aykroyd, The (1986) (V)
One More Saturday Night (1986)
Best of John Belushi, The (1985)(V)
Franken and Davis at Stockton State (1984) (TV)
Coneheads, The (1983) (TV)

"Saturday Night Live" (1975) TV Series
... aka "NBC's Saturday Night" (1975) (USA)
... aka "SNL 25" (2000) (USA: new title)
... aka "SNL" (1975)
... aka "Saturday Night Live 80" (1980) (USA: new title)
... aka "Saturday Night" (1975)
Paul Simon Special, The (1977) (TV)

Not to mention hosting the National Press Club Dinner twice. (it was hysterical what he did to Newt)

And you have done what with your life, exactly?

So Bendover Barney lends credibility too his arguement by pointing out that Franken was an actor on SNL? You are banking your credibility and arguement on a coked out comedian? Thanks Bendover, AGAIN, for unwittingly proving our point and making yourself look like an ass while you do it!

Talking to Bend Over Barney is like talking to a special needs child. He just doesn't get it.

Ever find a market where Rush was #1? No?

Could it be you say "no one" because all of your friends are rightards?

How the hell is this relevant Barney?

I was pointing out to him that he keeps saying "no one" because the people outside of his tiny freeper circle don't exist to him. By way of example, I was pointing to Rush's tiny market share to demonstrate how tiny that circle is.

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