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Old 02-27-2016, 04:07 AM
 
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Hi there! My name's Sean! I'm 25 years old, and I've got autism. I don't know why I'm even posting this, because this may sound like a very stupid post, but even though as much as I hate politics and the news (I admit I've been watching a lot of home shopping television, because I'm sick and tired about hearing about Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, etc., but I don't buy anything, because I'm broke, LOL!), and even though the late, great Johnny Carson is my all time favorite late night television talk show host (even though I was just a baby when he retired on May 22, 1992), but believe it or not, hearing about Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, etc. makes me miss the late night television comedians talking about the 2008 election from 8 years ago (even though Jimmy Kimmel's been going strong since 2003), like when Tina Fey did Sarah Palin on "SNL" (even though she's came back to "SNL" to do Sarah Palin, most recently about a month ago to parody the real Sarah Palin endorsing Trump), and Conan O'Brien came on after Jay Leno (before Jimmy Fallon took over and that whole NBC mess with Jay and Conan in late 2009 to early 2010), David Letterman was still hosting "The Late Show" on CBS, Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were still on Comedy Central, Seth Meyers was still doing "Weekend Update" on "SNL" with Amy Poehler, Larry Wilmore and John Oliver were both still on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart", James Corden was still in England (I think), Trevor Noah was still in South Africa (I think), and Craig Ferguson came on after David Letterman! LOL! Don't get me started on Bill Maher though!
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