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[ 15 ] December 6, 2011 |

Last night I was on Alyona, talking drones and Iran:


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  1. c u n d gulag says:

    Which part did you play, Mr. Farley?

    Iran, or the talking drone?

    • Robert Farley says:

      This is why Jesus invented the serial comma.

      • cpinva says:

        This is why Jesus invented the serial comma.

        i understand they’re quite tasty, with milk, and some sugar sprinkled on top. they also provide a full day’s calcium requirement, and quite a bit of fiber.

        ok, i now understand why people watching the show had a difficult time focussing on you. consider an uglier partner next time.

  2. actor212 says:

    Ya might want to rephrase that “on Alyona,” if you have a significant other who lurks the blog.

    You two had a point: it wasn’t until yesterday that I saw even the slightest glimmer of coverge on the USMSM of the war in Iran and only last week that I even started reading rumours of it on the web.

  3. Grocer says:

    Next time, put a light on your desk or something. Using just the overheads makes you look like the Emperor’s cousin.

  4. Njorl says:

    Remember to sit on your coattail to prevent the jacket from rising up in back. I learned that watching “Broadcast News”.

    But don’t worry, you’ve got Albert Brooks beat by miles.

  5. wengler says:

    The Russians don’t let you wear a hat?

  6. dan says:

    What’s with the reluctance to state that as part of the covert campaign Iranian scientists are being assassinated? Alyona mentioned scientists “disappearing” – a bizarre way of phrasing it in this context. Does RT think that its US audience is too delicate for this to be mentioned?

    I would, however, take issue with the notion that the US can continue with its covert campaign for 5 or 6 years – sooner or later, and I would guess sooner, there’s going to be a real fuck-up involving non-deniable live bodies.

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