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Associate Executive Producer: Nik Eizmendi
Special Executive Producer: Ramsey Cain of
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  1. noname says:

    John is Getting Busy!

  2. t0llyb0ng says:

    Aren’t there supposed to be Congressional hearings before an important vote?  What was the rush to vote on an obscure amendment before the Spygate matter was discussed?  Massive PRISM photon-hijacking wasn’t important enough?

    Muffed the ball & threw the game
    Such a shame
    No one to blame

    “Mr. Snowden” released some Powerpoint slides.  The horror!

    Would not the purpose of hearings have been to obtain Spygate witness testimony?  To get all their lying-sack faces on videotape & memorialize their lying-sack half-truths & dissemblings.  Hasn’t happened yet.  So wake me up when the hearings start.

    • Tim says:

      Ohh, that 641A.

      Bisect it, trisect it and bend it our way;
      Bleed it out and squirt it on the antiquated Cray.

  3. Glenn E. says:

    Joan Merrill was the uncredited singer of “You Can’t Say No To A Soldier” (and a few other songs) in the 1942 movie “Iceland”. But listening to the podcast, I could have sworn it was Judy Garland’s voice. It wasn’t her. However, Miss Merrill’s career seems to have been quite short. Which causes me wonder if the similarity of her singing voice, to Garland’s, was what made it short? Can’t have a relative nobody, who sings as good as a Somebody, competing with said Somebody. And some might even suspect Merrill’s voice was substituting for Garland’s, once in a while. So not only did Joan Merrill not get credit for what she sang. She didn’t get to sing that often, or beyond 1949.


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