But which one? Dan Steinberg catches this segment on Tony Kornheiser’s radio show:
Tony: It’s a real, it’s a real mistake, and it happens. And I don’t want to single anybody out in this area, but, you know, some people sit at home and they watch TV and they watch radio and they “blog” about certain “things,” and they think they know what they’re talking about, and they think they have sources. They have no sources. They make stuff up. They’re toads. They’re little toads. Actually, they’re pimples on the behind of the greater body politic in this country and in this city [everyone in the studio cackles for no reason]. And because, because they have access to airwaves and three or four people read them, they think, ‘Oh, I’m very important.’
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