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January 23, 2010 in Culture | Permalink
meh. forgive my cynicism, but it's easy for him to be upbeat with the severance package he got. and unfortunately for him, the tragedy in Haiti only served to underline how utterly absurd America's devotion to entertainment is.
Pete Williamson |
January 23, 2010 at 07:37 PM
I disagree with Pete. Obviously he's getting payed well and he'll be walking away not hurting in the bank very well at all. But it obviously gives him room to be hurt and upset when his life long dream was stolen right out from underneath him. So it's steal pretty classy that he went out saying what he did even though he had the opportunity to say what ever he wanted.
Though your statement is true, America has extremely absurd devotion to entertainment. But it doesn't remove the fact that Conan still went out with class and that's an uncommon thing these days.
February 08, 2010 at 06:56 PM
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