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  • BUSH VERSUS KERRY ROUND TWO -(Osgood File Carrying Water for John Kerry at cBS)

    11/02/2006 6:07:35 AM PST · by IncPen · 29 replies · 1,105+ views
    The Osgood File ^ | 11.1.06 | Charles Osgood
    It's Bush v. Kerry Round Two, and once again Bush is spreading soundbite lies about what Kerry really said. Charlie explains: I'm Charles Osgood.President Bush is NOT on the ballot next Tuesday. Neither is Senator John Kerry, his opponent in the 2004 Presidential election. But it's like 2004 all over again. with Kerry talking to some students at a campaign event and making what he thought was a humorous remark. "You study hard, you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don't you get stuck in Iraq." said Sen. John...
  • Pretty Good (Great Poem by Charles Osgood)

    04/21/2005 6:43:02 AM PDT · by Choose Ye This Day · 4 replies · 3,598+ views
    The Osgood Files | 1986 | Charles Osgood
    There once was a pretty good student Who sat in a pretty good class And was taught by a pretty good teacher Who always let pretty good pass. He wasn’t terrific at reading, He wasn’t a whiz-bang at math, But for him, education was leading Straight down a pretty good path. He didn’t find school too exciting, But he wanted to do pretty well, And he did have some trouble with writing Since nobody taught him to spell. When doing arithmetic problems, Pretty good was regarded as fine. 5+5 needn’t always add up to be 10; A pretty good answer...
  • Plea: Never on 'Sunday' (Osgood hopes for b'casts free of big news)

    01/21/2004 7:54:09 AM PST · by presidio9 · 2 replies · 98+ views
    DAILY NEWS ^ | January 21, 2004 | RICHARD HUFF
    Here are three words anchor Charles Osgood dreads: This just in. "I'm the only anchor on CBS who drives to work hoping there isn't any breaking news," the face of "CBS Sunday Morning" told the Daily News. His reluctance is understandable. The hallmark of "Sunday Morning" has been longer-than-usual, well-thought-out pieces on a variety of topics producers think appropriate for those watching in their bathrobes. With the capture of Saddam Hussein, or any news of the same magnitude, producers are forced to cut, or even completely scrap, such pieces. "I hope we can put on the broadcast we've prepared," Osgood...