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Written by Vlad Ulbricht on May 14, 2017

Stephen Colbert was once a funny man. Now he's an arrogant joke, not a funny one either.

That said, he is a brilliant businessperson. His unnecessarily childish but necessarily provocative rants against DT led to him edging out Fallon on ratings. Just as DT does not hate the press, he loves it and vice versa, Colbert (who strattles the position of comedian and political commentator) has a symbiotic relationship with his arch-nemesis, DT. Fallon is an annoying cunt, not funny at all. Triumph poops all over Conan. And while not very funny now, Stephen has become an excellent businessman -- iro... read the rest.

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