Fran Lebowitz Quote

Most of my news, I get from the radio news stations. One of the stations' advertising lines is "Give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world." In 22 minutes, they just have time for the headlines, so they can only really tell you what happened — which, by the way, is the news. They tell you how many people were killed in Iraq today, but they don't then bring on some Republican senator to explain to you how that's good. Or, on the contrary, they don't bring in a bunch of Democrats to tell you why it's bad. They just tell you what happened. That's the news. I am capable of analyzing my own news. What makes these people qualified to analyze my news for me? No matter what side they're on, I never agree with them.


Ruminator Magazine interview with Susannah McNeely (August/September 2005).

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Most of my news, I get from the radio news stations. One of the stations' advertising lines is Give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world. In 22...

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Most of my news, I get from the radio news stations. One of the stations' advertising lines is Give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world. In 22...

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Most of my news, I get from the radio news stations. One of the stations' advertising lines is Give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world. In 22...

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Most of my news, I get from the radio news stations. One of the stations' advertising lines is Give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world. In 22...