Good Morning, America

I’ve always wished that the show would use a comma, as I did above, but I guess commas don’t play on TV. Anyway …

I am scheduled to go on GMA tomorrow (Thursday) to talk about a couple of Freakonomics matters. I must say, I really enjoy doing these GMA segments, mostly because it means sitting down for a few minutes with Diane Sawyer. She is an incredibly smart, curious, and charismatic person, on camera and off. I just hope I don’t sweat as much as Mel Gibson did the other week when Sawyer grilled him. Of course, I have a bit less to atone for than he does.


donaldo

You probably won't see this but: what time will you be on, and what will be the topics of discussion?

Rob

Maybe commas will become more important on TV. Here is a report of an extra comma that may prove to be worth $2M:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20060806.wr-rogers07/BNStory/Business/

donaldo

You probably won't see this but: what time will you be on, and what will be the topics of discussion?

Rob

Maybe commas will become more important on TV. Here is a report of an extra comma that may prove to be worth $2M:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20060806.wr-rogers07/BNStory/Business/