Daily Topics - Thursday November 29th, 2012

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Hour One: Karma for Saxby Chambliss...

Hour Two: Obama helps Rupert Murdoch rule America... / Geeky Science Rocks - are robots plotting the demise of the human race?

Hour Three: Time for Grover Norquist to go over the fiscal cliff... Ana Marie Cox, The Guardian

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ha1ha2 11 years 34 weeks ago
#1

Since you brought up Iceland today....I am getting more confused about it. Info seems to becoming more fantastical. I do understand that the base of it is true. However, I have been seeing a lot of comments from Icelanders that say that the banks have been taken over by vultures and things are not as rosey as we hear. Any comments?

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dcoatsworth 11 years 34 weeks ago
#2

Thom: correction needed to your news segment. You're saying that the CBO did a report earlier this year that was muzzled by Republicans. It was actually the Congressional Research Service (CRS) that did that report.

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mathboy 11 years 34 weeks ago
#3

I've got a vocabulary word for Thom: pleonexically ugly.

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