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Buzz Out Loud + Leo = awesome

by rgunther / September 16, 2008 2:32 PM PDT

Today's show with Leo was terrific. The rapport between Molly and Leo is great--their timing was good, they didn't talk over each other, and he didn't whine the whole time about how he hates everything (ahem, yesterday...).

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Liked it Also
by PressAnyKey / September 17, 2008 1:16 AM PDT

I'm a fan of Leo but he gets sidetracked often on TWIT (until Dvorak pulls him back). Not so in this case, he jumped right in and held his own. Bravo!

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Agreed but...
by Chris_the_crazy / September 17, 2008 1:46 AM PDT

Leo has a great voice and great timing, its always a pleasure, is light and frothy..
but....
the part where he and Molly where saying you shouldnt buy a first gen phone or hardware (well, duh!) because of potential problems was the definition of hypocrisy considering their well chronicled drooling over certain first gen holy hardware and its established list of problems/flaws.
They should just let have the same right to overpay for new hardware as they enjoy.

But they're like family. And we love them warts and all.

Molly's appearance on TWIT 160 was also very good. I was online during the videostream and the first name for the episode Leo tried out was something similar toe Two Tatoos, A Piercing and a Collider but changed his mind because he said he was afraid Molly might get spooked from coming back on again. That's where he decided it was better callin Dvorak a black hole and naming TWiT 160: The Large Dvorak Collider.

Of all the TWITS that appear on BOL, Leo has to be the best.
How about Robert Heron and Wil Harris next? Or Harris more often?
He is by far the best TWIT semi-regular.

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What hardware is that?
by mollywood CNET staff / September 17, 2008 3:44 AM PDT
In reply to: Agreed but...

Are you referring to the iPhone 3G? If so, I believe that's actually second-generation hardware, and I believe my record will reflect solid adherence to the policy of NEVER buying first-generation hardware from Apple. Also, considering how many emails I get from people asking me why I am "hiding" the fact that I bought an iPhone, I hardly think I was "drooling."

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I'm sure Molly's skin is actually quite nice...
by robstak / September 18, 2008 3:47 AM PDT
In reply to: Agreed but...

i know the video feed isnt high def or anything, but i didnt see any of these so-called "warts"...

Also, just cuz something is new, sexy and exciting doesn't mean you really want it... TAKE SARAH PALIN FOR EXAMPLE.... RIMSHOT!!! OH SNAP!!! lol.


...jk...


...she's not really that sexy.

love,
dr. karl

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Buzz Out Loud + Leo = awesome
by wizkids32 / September 17, 2008 7:40 AM PDT

Yep he is good.

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