Completely Off-Topic Snippet from the Nixon Tapes

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Via WFMU's Beware of the Blog, we learn that when Richard Nixon first saw the landmark TV show "All in the Family" (after the baseball game he was watching had ended) he was convinced it was a made-for-TV movie that glorified homosexuality. Enjoy:

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Are you trying to get me warmed up for WATCHMEN?

It's working.

What is a WATCHMAN? Is it one of those newfangled iPods that you can wear like a wristwatch?

"Two magnificent, handsome, oiled, toned, waxed, tattooed studs were there, admitting how they were homosexuals. After I'd brought myself to climax three times, I realized that I was appalled."

Richard Nixon installed two-way mirrors in his pad in D.C., and he came to the door in a dress.

And I flipped on CB---NBC the other day and there was this damn Asian! Traveling through time! Do we wanna teach that to our kids?

Milhous Science Theater '71

Jimmy Carter wondered why Blair was considered more doable than Jo.


The hell he did!


Plate of shrimp.

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