March 2005
Atlantic;Mar2005, Vol. 295 Issue 2, p38
The article presents a list of idiosyncratic expressions spoken on national television by CBS news anchor Dan Rather. Short phrases include examples such as "closer than Lassie and Timmy," not knowing "whether to watch, to run, or bark at the moon," "when the going gets weird, anchormen punt," and more.


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