Stand by, lights, for cue one.
Welcome to "The Tom Dobbs Show. "
Please turn off all cellphones and pagers.
Take your seats, please.
At 7 p. m. Tom Dobbs, who had a successful
Thanks for coming. This isn't the actual show.
and some critics have said that too.
But I'm just here to talk to you,
warm up the audience, a little bit of foreplay.
I'll back up now for harassment reasons.
The government said recently... Well, a lot of people
said that we're cutting back spending.
with five-cent pencil.
If you have the GPS, be very careful. I bought
"Up ahead, take a right. " I opened the door
and the car went, "Are you Jewish?"
But soon all of your appliances will talk to each other.
"Psst! I've talked to the microwave. "
Soon they'll get so small they'll just be inside...
Hold on, I got a call. Hello.
No, I'll make it louder. Hold on.
Wait a minute, I'm taking a picture.
Oh, wait. I got mail.
It was during a Q and A
that a woman made a statement.
- Yes, ma'am.
Maybe you should run for President.
with the polarization of the parties
and lack of accountability.
It's crazy. A woman tonight
said I should run for President.
Maybe I should.
endorsing Dobbs for President.
Over the course of the next week,
Dobbs mentioned this four more times.
The internet was on fire.
It was a grass-roots movement
fueled by the power of the internet
and the cult of personality.
Ladies and gentlemen,
thank you so much for your patience.
We have a great show for you tonight,
On September 2nd
something very, very unusual happens.
Maybe it was sheer vanity,
maybe it was a political stunt,
As Tom Dobbs' manager
and I wasn't exactly pleased.
Does this mean I'm out of a job?
That was part one
Democracy held hostage.
And now, voting with confidence.
would have the national franchise
for computerized voting
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