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Jeff Goldstein Finds His Theme Song

Jeff Goldstein asks (sorry, no linkie):

Wanted:  a “CITIZEN JOURNALIST Report” theme song / theme music

Any of you interested in trying to come up with some theme music for our show?—something along the lines of the “Vent” theme but peculiar to our little internet teevee thing?

If so, please do.  Email me the files or post them here in the comments.

For some reason Jeff, I can’t think why, this kid made me think of you.  No need to thank me. 

Well, maybe I take it back.  This kid, after all, has talent. 

(Note to TRex:  Goldstein snark is like methadone maintenance when you’re trying to get clean after Pam Oshrey’s vlogs.) 

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