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Lost on Jeopardy

An e-mail:

Subject: National Review in Jeopardy

Well, actually ON Jeopardy. Last night, in the syndicated version, a contestant was asked to identify the song that National Review had selected as the greatest conservative rock song, and she took the bait by choosing “Stand By Your Man”, thus costing herself $15,000. Ignoring her lack of wisdom of choosing a country ballad as a rock song, this illustrated to Meredith Viera and the rest of America the price of failing to read NR or NRO. However, she won’t get fooled again.

CORRECTION: It was Who wants to be a Millionaire, not Jeopardy — which explains why the missing Alex Trebeck.

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