9pm EST – “The lessons of Natalie Wood, And ‘oh look how sweet’ – a catered Thanksgiving for 1000 occupiers!”
posted at 6:34 pm on November 19, 2011 by Kevin McCullough
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And tonight, watch right here:
ON THE BALDWIN/McCULLOUGH MegaCast:
1. A renowned Manhattan Chef, Eric Smith, is planning on feeding a 1000 of the OCCUPY Wall Street protestors a luscious, rich Thanksgiving meal, complete with Turkey, Potatoes, Stuffing, Cranberry Sauce, and desert. There’s even talk of letting them “get away” to enjoy the meal before bringing them back following the celebration. Isn’t that a nice gesture? But a few questions do come to mind, what do you do to show that protestors 1001+ feel “cared for?” And lastly, could someone forward me the name of who is buying the groceries, because I’m pretty sure that a couple of extra items wouldn’t be noticed, and I really need them to complete my dinner this year. 800.345.9622!
2. And we get a direct-from-Hollywood insiders perspective on the re-opening of the 30 year old murder case of Natalie Wood. Baldwin knows stuff, and he’s talkin’. And who’s to say who it will incriminate. This will be a discussion the D.A., the Author, the Yacht captain, and Robert Wagner himself won’t want to miss. 800.345.9622.
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The Kind of Man Every Man Should Be .
MuscleHead Revolution: Overturning Liberalism with Commonsense Thinking .
The Death and Life of Gabriel Phillips
The Unusual Suspect: My Calling to the new Hardcore Movement of Faith .
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- Winning entry for HHS’s ObamaCare propaganda video contest: “Forget About the Price Tag”
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