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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Sunday, 11 October 2009 19:41


10. D avid Letterman turned CBS into a “Court of Blondes for Sex” and/or the “Corruption of Babes for Sex.”

 

9. He turned the CBS acronym into “Crime-scene Bully of a Scalawag” and/or a “Corrupt Browbeater for Sex.”

 

8. David Letterman is the Barbarian and not Conan, the O’Brien.

 

7. David Letterman committed racial discrimination because reports said that he did any court any Asian-American, Black-American or other Ethnic-American CBS employee.

 

6. He committed also gender discrimination, as he apparently did not woo any lesbian or gay employee of CBS.

 

5. David Letterman always wears white socks, knowing that the white color represents purity when he is not pure in heart and in thought.

 

4. He made fun of rascals like O.J. Simpson, when he was worse than him – for at least O. J. did not sow his wild oats in the office or place of work.

 

3. He made fun of former Governors Mark Sanford and Eliot Spitzer when he (Mr. Letterman) is a far-worse hypocrite than them in spite of him not being a politician.

 

2. Now more people like our writer, Goliath Letterman, will boycott his show because he (David) has become the laughable, if not a comical, ugly story and no longer the comic. And finally . . .

 

1.  Viewers are already calling David by a new surname, Mr. Lettermaniac. # # #


 



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