Comic legend cheers Eastwood's 'brilliant' schtick

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET
Wed Sep 5 01:30:41 MDT 2012


At 07:47 PM 9/4/2012, William White wrote:
>Just watched it again. I agree, John. Eastwood did fine routine, 
>right on point. The empty chair underscored the empty head whose 
>most intelligent response was imputed to be a cliched imprecation. 
>Eastwood's clincher came with the simple recommendation many of us 
>know to be a sound one: When someone does not do the job, we've got 
>to let 'em go.

         The nattering nabobs in the main scream press did their 
level best to depict Eastwood as a doddering old has-been.

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>Bill
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>From: John A. Quayle <blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET>
>To: RUSHTALK at CSDCO.COM
>Sent: Tuesday, September 4, 2012 1:31 PM
>Subject: [RUSHTALK] Comic legend cheers Eastwood's 'brilliant' schtick
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>          I'm no legend, but I've done comedy before and I thought 
> it was funny! - JAQ
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>>Comic legend cheers Eastwood's 'brilliant' schtick
>>Look who's weighing in with his expert opinion on Clint Eastwood's 
>>"perfectly conceived" monologue ripping President Obama at last 
>>week's GOP convention in Tampa.
>><http://email.wnd.com/HS?a=ENX7Cqk-Y5FO8SA9MKJWVOPnGHxKLrDvyfcStGb5lw8W0bBhOG5mpqVsje_Hhe-ud1H9>Read 
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