Bailey on CNBC's Kudlow & Co. Show Sometime Soon…

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Late-breaking media alert: Reason Science Correspondent Ronald Bailey will be showing up any minute on Larry Kudlow's CNBC show, talking about energy, global warming, and more.

Check your local listings for station number, etc.

Update: We wuz robbed! Turns out Ron "Killer" B was not on today's show. That's entertainment for you. Apologies for the misinformation.

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  1. Hopefully he’ll talk about DNA adopting a left-hand helix, as that something truly groundbreaking that I learned from the cover of Liberation Biology.

  2. Herrick.

    Could you possibly please switch from beating a dead horse to beating your meat?

    Jesus.

  3. Science deserves an apology from Ron Bailey for that error.

  4. Dude, do you suffer from a learning disability?

    1) He’s already admitted that it’s a mistake.

    2) He didn’t do the cover design.

    Holy Buddha on a firepole.

  5. Science deserves an apology from Ron Bailey for that error.

    No since, as has been observed, it wasn’t Ron’s error cuz he didn’t do the cover pic.

  6. I think you two should get a room.

  7. I been Charles Darwined, Crick and Watsoned,
    I been spliced and sequenced, Richard Dawkined.
    I’ve even been called Intelligently Designed.
    I been Ron Baileyed, falsely portrayed
    Un-Reason-able, or so Herrick’s Balls said.
    But I don’t give a rat’s — well, never mind!

    from “A Simple Deoxyribonucleic Philippic”

  8. You finally get around to apologizing for misinformation in a thread about Ron Bailey and science, and it’s about a TV listing?

    Talk about your anticlimax.

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