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Who, what, where, when and ‘W’

October 9, 2018
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Nothing stirs the masses like a good political debate, and aside from Michael Moore, the one person we can count on to get red and blue blood boiling is director Oliver Stone. His new film about George W. Bush is no exception. (MSNBC — 31 July, 2008)
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“Mad Men” is back, and did I ever need it. Even if you haven’t watched the AMC drama about Madison Avenue ad men in the 1960s, you’ve probably heard about its 16 Emmy nominations. I’m here to tell you: It’s worth all the hype. It’s a show full of sharp dialogue and situations that feel real, with no explosions or serial killers. (MSNBC — 28 July, 2008)
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Since attending my first concert at age 12, I’ve been hooked on live music. A concert can provide a glimpse of the person behind the tunes, and the opportunity to enjoy it in with a room full of others who also dig the artist. But there are always a few folks who put a damper on the shows and my mood. (MSNBC — 1 August, 2008)
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How does “Sesame Street” manage to lure such high-profile celebrity guests as Jack Black, Heidi Klum and David Beckham? Wouldn’t Becks rather talk to me than a bunch of kids and Muppets? (MSNBC — 13 hours ago)
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