The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Moment of Zen - Old Texas Saying
Season 7 • 09/18/2002
President George W. Bush recites an old Texas saying.
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In case the town crier hasn't yet spread the news to everyone, Jon fills viewers in on the future of "BattleBots."
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Iraq's announcement that it will cooperate unconditionally with U.N. weapons inspectors makes it a dark, dark day for anyone who loves war.
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Jason Lee tells Jon about his pre-acting career: professional skateboarding.
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Correspondent Rob Corddry in Afghanistan doesn't have breaking news, he just wants to see George W. Bush's "shame on you" clip.
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Damon Wayans was once suspended from school for fondling the town whore in the vice principal's office.
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Trent Lott uses bureaucratic doublespeak, but George W. Bush, an avowed outsider, can explain things more simply.
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Lewis Black offers advice to foreign-born visitors flying in the United States: keep your seat belts fastened at all times and never get up, ever.
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First lady Laura Bush has embroidered the old Texas saying on to pillows: "Fool me once shame on... shame on you... But, fool me... can't get fooled again."
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If you have teeth, or love someone who does, you'll want to read about Mo Rocca's heroic battle against gingivitis.
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Americans are so fat, Mideast correspondent Stephen Colbert live from Baghdad wants to know just how fat they are.
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President George W. Bush recites an old Texas saying about being fooled.
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Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld beats the drums of war with mixed results.
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Corporate executives get paid 480 times more than the average worker because they're 480 times better than the average worker.
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In "The Banger Sisters," Susan Sarandon and Goldie Hawn play sluttier versions of "Thelma and Louise."
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A few months ago, Djimon Honsou was run over by a car while he was riding his motorcycle.
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These were supposed to be GE executive Jack Welch's golden years -- now he has to pay for use of a jet.
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Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is unperturbed by a protestor.
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Kate and Jon tell each other what keeps them occupied.
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The government stays on its warpath towards Iraq and it's time for the Bush administration to answer some tough questions about their plans.
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Jon's not devastated to lose to Sting because he out-dueled him in fiddle playing.
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