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Peikoff on Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher

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8 hours ago, Not Lawliet said:

I know he was on Bill O'Reilly's show, and Yaron Brook has been on a few shows. That's all I know of.

Oh man, his appearance on Bill O'Reilly is AWESOME! AND HILARIOUS! One of my favorite Peikoff quotes of all-time is from that video..."What if 2 and 2 isn't 4???" I say it to people all the time!

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1 hour ago, Peikoff's Mullet said:

Oh man, his appearance on Bill O'Reilly is AWESOME! AND HILARIOUS! One of my favorite Peikoff quotes of all-time is from that video..."What if 2 and 2 isn't 4???" I say it to people all the time!

In one sense it was awesome, because he didn't back down to that idiot O'Reilly, who likes to bully his guests. On the other hand, Peikoff is horrible on TV! To the average viewer, it's hard to say whether he left a good impression or not. (But, maybe the average O'Reilly viewer doesn't matter because they can't be swayed anyway.)

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30 minutes ago, JASKN said:

In one sense it was awesome, because he didn't back down to that idiot O'Reilly, who likes to bully his guests. On the other hand, Peikoff is horrible on TV! To the average viewer, it's hard to say whether he left a good impression or not. (But, maybe the average O'Reilly viewer doesn't matter because they can't be swayed anyway.)

Oh I totally agree with you. I'm sure the average Joe who decided to turn on the O'Reilly factor that night thought Peikoff sounded like and absolute lunatic!....and he sort of does!....and he sort of looked like one too!

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Being diplomatic or tactful is not Peikoff's strength. It's as if he assumes that the viewers are both emotionally primed and Objectivists, that he's preaching to the choir. He should take notes from Brook when he takes calls on his show.

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