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If you wish to see my video selections for tonight I suggest you visit The Stars Hollow Gazette or DocuDharma.


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This week's guests-

The Daily Show

* Monday 5/19: James McAvoy
* Tuesday 5/20: Aneesh Chopra
* Wednesday 5/21: Timothy Geithner
* Thursday 5/22: Drew Barrymore

The Cobert Report

* Monday 5/19: Elizabeth Warren
* Tuesday 5/20: Matt Weiner
* Wednesday 5/21: Patrick Stewart
* Thursday 5/22: Ray Mabus

I still have dibs on Wednesday.  If you want another day have at.

Finally the inside story on X-Men: Days of Future Past where James McAvoy portrays the young Dr. Charles Xavier (as opposed to the "classic" version played by Patrick Stewart who will be on The Colbert Report on Wednesday), though the big news in the X-Men franchise (owned by Faux) is that Hugh Jackman (better known as Jean Valjean) wants to take his character at the end of his 6 film deal to Disney's Avenger shop, though what use Nick Fury has for a shipyard laboring bread stealing parole violating ex-con entrepeneur with a soft spot for the poor and downtrodden who can sing a mean Aria I'm not sure.

Now Javert would fit right in.  You could call him the Implacable Hand of Justice or the Relentless Pursuer or something.

Elizabeth Warren is Elizabeth Warren.  She's not as liberal or populist as you think, only as much as the Beltway Consensus will allow.  She's an ex-Republican from Oklahoma for example who expresses Neolib sentiments like this-

"I was a Republican because I thought that those were the people who best supported markets". She states that in 1995 she began to vote Democratic because she no longer believed that to be true, but she says that she has voted for both parties because she believed that neither party should dominate.
She'll be on to talk about her new book, A Fighting Chance, and NOT about a 2016 Presidential bid which she has repeatedly disavowed in favor of supporting Hillary Clinton; so if you want primaries you better be on the phone to Bernie Sanders.
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