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October 7, 2012

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Many who paid the $4.95 to stream “The Rumble” between Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly that aired online last night weren’t able to check out the debate dance moves due to internet issues. This morning, O’Reilly responding to the question of refunding those who couldn’t connect said “If you want your money back, it’s going to charity anyway, but we’ll do it. It crashed – the server crashed, we had so many people coming in.”

[Source: New York Times]

Get the impression I was lucky to be able to liveblog this for you guys.

13:15 // 1 year ago
October 6, 2012

cmalchemist says: I'm so happy you are live blogging the Stewart/O'Reilly debate. Not only did you give money to a good cause (hopefully), you're allowing my sick self to see debate highlights and watch College Football at the same time! Thanks

» SFB says: We totally paid! It was the best hour and a half we’ve experienced all week! We recommend when it goes on sale for download you guys do the same. — Ernie @ SFB

21:36 // 1 year ago
They’ve both been declared winners in this debate, and have the belts to show it. 
Anyway, that’s it for us! We recommend when this goes for sale that you buy it! (Click here for a recap.) It’s pretty rad. What’d you think of tonight’s debate?

They’ve both been declared winners in this debate, and have the belts to show it. 

Anyway, that’s it for us! We recommend when this goes for sale that you buy it! (Click here for a recap.) It’s pretty rad. What’d you think of tonight’s debate?

21:34 // 1 year ago
Jon Stewart’s advice to the youth of America: “Don’t think of me as an entitled moocher when I’m collecting my benefits.”
Bill O’Reilly: “Find what you’re good at and make money doing it.”

Jon Stewart’s advice to the youth of America: “Don’t think of me as an entitled moocher when I’m collecting my benefits.”

Bill O’Reilly: “Find what you’re good at and make money doing it.”

21:32 // 1 year ago
I have people in my own family that would make this guy look like Castro.
Jon Stewart, describing his admiration for Bill O’Reilly. O’Reilly on Stewart: “I admire anyone who has been to rehab six times and is as successful as Stewart.”
21:29 // 1 year ago
Jon Stewart, describing what it’s like to walk inside the Fox News offices: "It’s like that scene in Indiana Jones where all those kid miners are working …"

Jon Stewart, describing what it’s like to walk inside the Fox News offices: "It’s like that scene in Indiana Jones where all those kid miners are working …"

21:27 // 1 year ago
Bill O’Reilly on who he’d elect for president, if he could pick anyone: “Clint Eastwood would have to be my guy.”
Jon Stewart: ”Well, why don’t we go ask him?” *gets out of chair and starts talking to it*

Bill O’Reilly on who he’d elect for president, if he could pick anyone: “Clint Eastwood would have to be my guy.”

Jon Stewart: ”Well, why don’t we go ask him?” *gets out of chair and starts talking to it*

21:21 // 1 year ago
"And what would you like for Christmas, little boy?" Jon Stewart’s reaction to a question asking what advice they’d give Congress on working together was to sit on Bill’s lap.

"And what would you like for Christmas, little boy?" Jon Stewart’s reaction to a question asking what advice they’d give Congress on working together was to sit on Bill’s lap.

21:15 // 1 year ago
Bill O’Reilly on health insurance: “It has to be run by insurance companies, not the government.” He drew a bunch of boos for that, but he explained that it’s important to regulate them heavily. Jon Stewart, meanwhile, supports a single-payer system: “I would decouple it from work.”

Bill O’Reilly on health insurance: “It has to be run by insurance companies, not the government.” He drew a bunch of boos for that, but he explained that it’s important to regulate them heavily. Jon Stewart, meanwhile, supports a single-payer system: “I would decouple it from work.”

21:09 // 1 year ago
If the U.S was burning, what famous person would you save and why?
An amazing question asked by an attendee. O’Reilly: “I would save Oprah who’s worth about $100 billion.” Stewart: “My family … but hey, Oprah’s a great answer, too!”
21:05 // 1 year ago