TV Party: Worst Decade Ever?

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This "Between The Lines" clip was filmed right when I first started taping these things, so I am not quite making love to the camera like I will be in the future. You would be surprised how hard it is to be engaging with a huge white light in your face and a camera pointed at you.

The topic is the ongoing question of "What was the worst decade ever?" which I helped cover for a year-end issue of the Houston Press back at the end of 2010. My deduction was that 2000 to 2010 was pretty bad, but it was also pretty damned weird.

Be sure to keep looking out for me and the usual cast of characters on Newsfix each night on CW 39 at 5 and 9 p.m. You can also follow NF on Facebook and Twitter. It will make my mom happy, at least.

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