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- Rush Limbaugh: ‘There is no journalism anymore’
- Scott Brown struggles for political traction in New Hampshire Senate race
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- Obama thanks Muslims for ‘building the very fabric of our nation’
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Topic - Jim Gaffigan
Comedian Jim Gaffigan defies world standards by raising five children with his wife, Jeannie. When asked why he has such a big family, Gaffigan responded "Well, why not?" and continued to explain why his children have made him a better man.
“Obsessed,” the latest stand-up comedy concert from Jim Gaffigan, is on Blu-ray and DVD this week, along with the British crime-solver “Father Brown” and Season 8 of “Dynasty.”
A few moments into the new Broadway revival of "That Championship Season," the characters of James, a school principal in early 1970s Scranton, Pa., and Phil, a local businessman, bound onstage together, laughing.
With five very different actors teaming up for a play on Broadway about friendly rivalries, the discussion around a restaurant table naturally turns ruthless: Exactly who in the group is the weakest link?
Gaffigan said that having five kids is like waterbed stores — they used to be everywhere, and now they're considered unusual.
Gaffigan told NPR that babies are like antidepressants, because it's hard to be in a bad mood around a baby.