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Yet Again with the Diavlogging

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Me and Michael Goldfarb of the Weekly Standard mix it up. A taste:

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  • MILS

    Glad to see you are now equipped with a headset after those first couple Vlogs where you had to hold the phone to your head…

  • MILS

    Glad to see you are now equipped with a headset after those first couple Vlogs where you had to hold the phone to your head…

  • CJR

    Is this a scene from the new HBO biopic “The John Kruk Story”?

  • CJR

    Is this a scene from the new HBO biopic “The John Kruk Story”?

  • anonymous 37

    Dammit, Farley, do I have to do everything around here? Here are the section headings and durations:
    Where there’s Shia smoke, is Iran fanning the fire? (10:16)
    Why renewed conflict will (not) affect candidates’ Iraq positions (02:48)
    Robert questions McCain’s claim about Qaeda-Iran links (09:39)
    Michael floats Joe Lieberman for McCain veep (04:00)
    Could Obama change Israel policy if he wanted to? Does he even? (06:09)
    Looking forward to Olympic athletes causing trouble in China (04:39)
    Yes, I know that you could just click the link, but it’s useful to have it in the post or the comments section, so that we can refer to the specific part of the dialog when we refer to something you or Goldfarb said.
    I’m looking forward to listening to the entire thing on my lunch break.

  • anonymous 37

    Dammit, Farley, do I have to do everything around here? Here are the section headings and durations:
    Where there’s Shia smoke, is Iran fanning the fire? (10:16)
    Why renewed conflict will (not) affect candidates’ Iraq positions (02:48)
    Robert questions McCain’s claim about Qaeda-Iran links (09:39)
    Michael floats Joe Lieberman for McCain veep (04:00)
    Could Obama change Israel policy if he wanted to? Does he even? (06:09)
    Looking forward to Olympic athletes causing trouble in China (04:39)
    Yes, I know that you could just click the link, but it’s useful to have it in the post or the comments section, so that we can refer to the specific part of the dialog when we refer to something you or Goldfarb said.
    I’m looking forward to listening to the entire thing on my lunch break.

  • anonymous 37

    That second duration is 02:48. Damn, I hate automatic emoticon software.

  • anonymous 37

    That second duration is 02:48. Damn, I hate automatic emoticon software.

  • Rob

    I think I do pretty well for the first three. We hadn’t planned to talk about Israel, so that caught me off guard; I let him structure the discussion on that one, unfortunately.

  • Rob

    I think I do pretty well for the first three. We hadn’t planned to talk about Israel, so that caught me off guard; I let him structure the discussion on that one, unfortunately.

  • rea

    I hate automatic emoticon software
    :(
    We hadn’t planned to talk about Israel, so that caught me off guard
    Don’t do these things with people who don’t follow the ground rules.

  • rea

    I hate automatic emoticon software
    :(
    We hadn’t planned to talk about Israel, so that caught me off guard
    Don’t do these things with people who don’t follow the ground rules.

  • Robj

    I continue to be baffled by the acceptance of arguments of the sort: “you can’t rule out an Iran-Al Qaeda relationship, therefore we should consider it a potential problem.” The “absence of evidence is not evidence of absence” ploy just flat out did not work when I was in college. It was met with a swift smackdown. Is this another example of our declining standards?

  • Robj

    I continue to be baffled by the acceptance of arguments of the sort: “you can’t rule out an Iran-Al Qaeda relationship, therefore we should consider it a potential problem.” The “absence of evidence is not evidence of absence” ploy just flat out did not work when I was in college. It was met with a swift smackdown. Is this another example of our declining standards?

  • How come that fat fratboy hasn’t enlisted yet? Oh, I forgot, the “surge” has been a “success”…

  • How come that fat fratboy hasn’t enlisted yet? Oh, I forgot, the “surge” has been a “success”…

  • lemuel pitkin

    Wow, Rob looks *exactly* as I would have imagined.
    I wonder what this implies for d’s tattoos…

  • lemuel pitkin

    Wow, Rob looks *exactly* as I would have imagined.
    I wonder what this implies for d’s tattoos…

  • hickes01

    Rob. Kudos for challenging the standard, “The Surge is working” pronouncement and for pointing out that The SURGE, is actually a truce. A very shaky truce that reaffirms our weakness, not our strength in Iraq. “The Surge is working” will end up in the wingnut aphorism trashbin along with “Stay the Course” and “Dan Quayle is gaining acceptance”.

  • hickes01

    Rob. Kudos for challenging the standard, “The Surge is working” pronouncement and for pointing out that The SURGE, is actually a truce. A very shaky truce that reaffirms our weakness, not our strength in Iraq. “The Surge is working” will end up in the wingnut aphorism trashbin along with “Stay the Course” and “Dan Quayle is gaining acceptance”.

  • Kraz

    That guy really needs to stop saying “at the end of the day”.

  • Kraz

    That guy really needs to stop saying “at the end of the day”.

  • Frank

    Great job, Robert! I enjoyed seeing you on BHTV today. Michael was running scared, trying desperately to avoid being made a fool of. You were very nice to him. ;)

  • Frank

    Great job, Robert! I enjoyed seeing you on BHTV today. Michael was running scared, trying desperately to avoid being made a fool of. You were very nice to him. ;)

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