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    how could anyone not be with coco?
    i'm for him coming back to new york too!
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    Yeah I saw this at Mike's then EVERYWHERE, news stories people using it as avatars. Good for Mike , and of coarse I'm with COCO.
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    COCO? How did that get started?
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    O captain my captain.
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    Since when was Conan called "Coco"? lol

    Anyway, boo NBC for that move. Good luck to Conan....Now back to more serious matters.
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    That's a cool picture, my compliments to the artist.

    Conan seems like a charismatic and decent fellow, same goes for Leno. But they are both far too rich for me to bother supporting them in obvious corporate politics and contract haggling.

    The fact that people would see this as a worthy cause to donate their time too is just a bit silly at best, and horrifying at worst.
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    your post was horrifying at worst.
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    "All I ask is one thing, and I'm asking this particularly of young people that watch. Please do not be cynical. I hate cynicism, for the record. It's my least favorite quality. It doesn't lead anywhere. Nobody in life get's exactly what they thought they were going to get. But if you work really hard and you're kind, amazing things will happen."

    The reason people bother with all of this isn't because there aren't better causes in which they could donate their time. It's because food, shelter and clothing aren't the only things that help people. Yes we all need those things more than anything else but we also need hope. We need inspiration and we need to laugh.

    Conan is, admittedly, a lucky guy and he doesn't deny it in the least. But he has the spirit. He's one of the good guys. There are a lot of troubled people in show business who, like most normal people. tend to fall victim to negativity and inadvertently become assholes. In the face of all the shit that happened Conan kept a smile on his face, he kept doing his job and he went out without one ounce of hate for the people who caused this to happen. He kept his cool while remaining classy until the end. In the last minutes of his last show he summarized his career at NBC in that one quote. Everything he stood for as a writer, comedian and entertainer.

    I don't see how anyone doesn't understand fans being disappointed that a man like Conan is being booted out of a place he earned. Nobody who supported Coco was doing it for the corporate politics, they were supporting someone they admired and cared about. Helping a stranger who made them laugh. It was simply emotional support. No matter how much is in your bank account or what your job is, sometimes you need help. If you can't find worth in helping out a fellow man despite his position in life, then you're just cynical.
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    Being in Finland, Coco's ultimate European fanbase, it's hard not to like him.

    But I couldn't tell you exactly why, back in his Late Night days, half the guests he had were mysteries to me, yet he was just fun to watch either way.
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    Eh I knew Conan wasn't behind the CoCo branding and didn't like it either lol On last night epi Tom Hanks said he was the one responsible for the name.
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