Barbara Walters interviews pond scum back in the day.
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Barbara Walters has left the studio at age 93, and she was important: she shattered the glass ceiling of the Old Boys Club and made a difference to the culture. No matter what you thought of her journalism, her contribution to our society and culture is enormous and we all benefited from it. Generations of women journalists are standing on Walters’ shoulders; she showed us all what women can do.
And she proved she could take a joke.
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Underground Cartoonist is a former ICU nurse that has worked at numerous civilian, military, and veteran Intensive Care Units across the country for better than three decades but has been sketching, drawing, and cartooning since he first picked up a crayon in kindergarten. Dabbled with political cartooning, writing, and general illustrations but the bread and butter came from health care. Recently left professional nursing to concentrate on camping, hiking, nature, the outdoors, trees, trails, and peace of mind. Love a campfire; rather watch it than TV. Avoid bureaucracy, career ladders, ladder climbers, and hero worship at all cost. Evenings spent with a good book, reading until the book smacks my nose when I doze off. Generally up at sun rise, listen to the mourning doves, put the coffee on, and play it by ear the rest of the day.
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Read the comments and click on the links to her interviews with Trump. Barbara Walters excoriates him.