January 27, 2010
I think most people have aspirations.<br><br>Seeing drama among people who have reached their aspirations is something we can relate to. <br><br>The Morning shows and late night shows are kinda like the Network's Furniture - It isn't a big draw, but it is a comfortable and familiar place to get ready or wind down the day.<br><br>
I didnt watch the shows. I used to watch Letterman for a long time, but then got put off by the sarcasm -- which I began to emulate. Leno wasn't any better. I never did do Conan.<br><br>I was intrigued by the buyout. $48 million to NOT work? Wow....they must have really wanted him gone.<br><br>David<br>Red Letter Believers<br>"Salt and Light"<br><a href="http://www.redletterbelievers.com" rel="nofollow">http://www.redletterbelievers....</a>
Of course they did. The Tonight Show's ratings have been down 48% since Conan took over. That's very bad for business, which is exactly what this is, a business. Conan is an employee. As in every business if the employee does not perform well and costs the company revenues, they need get fired! What's the injustice that the author is talking about? I don't get it!
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