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TMZ Live: Conan Rally, Cameron & Globes

1/18/2010 5:29 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Harvey and Mike took your questions on everything today -- including the deal between Jay Leno and NBC ... and the Conan O'Brien fans who stormed the studios today in support.

TMZ Live: Click to watch

Plus: "Dexter" and the Golden Globes, some inside dirt on James Cameron and an appearance by the Masturbating Bear.

Also -- Meet the TMZ court staff!

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16.

YANN    

your video is still freezing...audio is fine

1635 days ago
17.

Smooch    

Harvey,

I seriously have the biggest crush on you! If you tell me the steps I need to take to convert, I would totally do it and marry you in a heartbeat. Consider this a serious proposal from a crushing Irish girl!

1635 days ago
18.

balls    

SCORPIO
January 18, 2010

You're feeling playful and a bit nutty today -- so make the most of it! Enhance your reputation, dream up new games or plans for later or just crack jokes until things have to get serious.

1635 days ago
19.

Tim    

Isn't rain needed in California?

1635 days ago
20.

Gina, Montreal Qc    

Didn't Leno also screw Carson out of his show too? wasnt there a movie about that with Kathy Bates?

1635 days ago
21.

Stephanie    

Have youheard about these people who are suffering from Avatar-depression because they loved the movie and the pandora world so much that they can no longer handle reality?

1635 days ago
22.

George    

Do you think it's ridiculous the a story like the Conan and Leno and NBC situation seems to be more important to you all than the Haiti earthquake?

1635 days ago
23.

KM    

WHY ARE SO MANY ACTORS/ACTRESSES BANKRUPT???? THE PUBLIC KNOWS, BUT DO THEY KNOW??????

1635 days ago
24.

disturbed    

Check it out.
Harvey has one of the best bodies I've ever seen.

1635 days ago
25.

Jeff    

harvey or football guy mike for that matter should weigh in on the news Tim Tebow and his mom are doing an anti-abortion Super Bowl ad for Focus on the Family... Seems like a bad idea when he's going into the draft. If I'm an owner/GM, drafting Tebow could be a politically charged headache that could impact my ability to sell seats.

1635 days ago
26.

urban    

GO TEAM COCO!!!!

1635 days ago
27.

robsdoghouse    

How is this guy talking about watching the Blinde Side at the edge of his bed that his wife brought home. Watch illegal bootlegs MUCH?

1635 days ago
28.

Brian    

Makes me sick how sad the world is... to the point where the Jersey Shore idiots get paid for that, let alone how much they get paid. So stupid.

1635 days ago
29.

Dan    

Harvey,
If conan leaves, can Nbc really enforce the no-trash clause? wat r the legal parameters?

1635 days ago
30.

balls    

POSTAGE STAMP

A postage stamp is adhesive paper evidence of a fee paid for postal
services. Usually a small rectangle attached to an envelope, the
stamp signifies the person sending it has fully or partly paid for
delivery. Postage stamps are the most popular way of paying for
retail mail; alternatives include postal stationery such as
prepaid-postage envelopes, post cards, lettercards, aerogrammes and
newspaper wrappers in addition to printed postal impressions and
postage meters. The study of postage stamps is called philately.
Stamp collecting is a hobby.

Although a number of people laid a claim to the concept of the
postage stamp, postage stamps were first introduced in the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on May 1, 1840, as part of
postal reforms promoted by Sir Rowland Hill. With its introduction
the postage fee was to be paid by the sender and not the recipient,
though sending mail prepaid was not a requirement. The first stamp,
the penny black, put on sale on May 1st, was valid from May 6, 1840;
two days later came the two pence blue. Both show an engraving of the
young Queen Victoria and were a success though refinements like
perforations were instituted later. At the time, there was no reason
to include the United Kingdom's name on the stamp, and the UK remains
the only country not to identify itself by name on the stamps (the
monarch's head is used as identification).

1635 days ago
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