i’ve got better things to do than rant like hitler.go and explore.and remeber to reserve some qualtity time for nearest and dearstest
Jon Stewart, the long-time star of The Daily Show on Comedy Central, shocked his audience yesterday by announcing that he would be leaving the show this year. In a sign of just how important Stewart and The Daily Show are to modern America, his impending departure from what is, at bottom, a consistently funny comedy show was headline news at such diverse websites as the BBC and CNN Money.
Stewart has sat at the anchor desk of The Daily Show since 1999 — an extraordinarily long tenure in the modern world. For many young adults, he’s been an immutable part of the social landscape for as long as they can remember. With Stewart as the motivating force, The Daily Show has launched the careers of other comedy stars, like Steve Carrell, Stephen Colbert, and John Oliver, but more importantly it has become an essential cultural and political touchstone for…
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