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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Rob Burnett
As David Letterman and Howard Stern can attest, a 30-year anniversary celebration is a ripe opportunity to cringe at geeky haircuts.
Think holiday traditions and mistletoe, eggnog and caroling come to mind. David Letterman's Christmas includes target practice at a giant meatball, the Lone Ranger and singer Darlene Love.
"The best traditions are the ones you can't plan," said Rob Burnett, executive producer of "Late Show."