Being Luke Russert has its perks. Why, “by the time he was 16, he had attended two Super Bowls, a World Series, five Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Games, an NBA final, four NBA All-Star Games, two NCAA Final Fours, an NHL Stanley Cup Final, a U.S. Open and The Preakness Stakes.” Clearly, his daddy’s got lots of cash to burn, and is in fact a bit of pyromaniac with it. But it doesn’t end there! Rather than something to prudently refrain from flaunting and perhaps even be mildly embarrassed about, his life of privilege actually qualifies him to cohost an XM Satellite Radio sports show — as a college sophmore! Coincidentally, his co-host just happens to be a frequent guest on his daddy’s TV show, which features hard-hitting exchanges like this one:
MR. RUSSERT: James Carville, before you go I understand that politics may be part of your past, that you’re going to go on XM Satellite Radio and do sports?
MR. CARVILLE: Well, Mr. Russert, I can’t talk about that too much, but I think there going to be a story tomorrow’s paper. Tomorrow night I’ll be on the Jay Leno show on NBC, and we’ll be talking about some exciting new developments and maybe a new twist on an old career.
MR. RUSSERT: With anyone I know?
MR. CARVILLE: Maybe you would be familiar with someone I’ll be teaming up in this, but let’s just say it’s going to offer a generational look at sports and the coaches of sports and things like that…
Tee-hee! Conflicts of interest are so cute and fun! Especially when you don’t let viewers in on them!
(Hat-tip: Mickey Kaus)
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