Where $1.8 Billion is a lot to pay for The 404

To most 404 listeners, it was a regular day. To us, it's the day two of our favorite things changed forever. Thing 1? Randall Bennett is now dead to us. Thing 2? We now can claim Charlie Sheen in our six degrees of separation. That's right, CBS has acquir


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To most 404 listeners, it was a regular day. To us, it's the day two of our favorite things changed forever. Thing 1? Randall Bennett is now dead to us. Thing 2? We now can claim Charlie Sheen in our six degrees of separation. That's right, CBS has acquired The 404 for $1.8 billion dollars.... through the subsequent acquisition of CNET. We wax poetically on what it'll be like when Randall is relaxing in his Jackson Heights Jampad, free of the strains of The 404, and how we're planning on stealing every Letterman routine and expecting CBS to not sue us.
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