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March 01, 2012

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Bartskid

Certainly the world will not miss the level of hatred and lies this man was infamous for. Media will be better off. I hope she wins in court, even if he is dead.

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I will note Breitbart's death with the same words he used when commenting on the passing of Senator Ted Kennedy. Breitbart was a prick, a villain, a duplicitous bastard, and a pile of excrement. The world's a better place now that he's no longer on it.

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