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Television’s most boring show, on television’s most boring station, got an unexpected injection of hot excitement, when a 90-year-old phoned into C-SPAN‘s ‘Washington Journal,’ to voice her opinion on race relations in these United States, and, in the process, blew. our. minds.

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In case you haven’t had the pleasure of experiencing the three-hour climax that is ‘Washington Journal,’ let me break it down for you: The program is a political call-in and interview show aired every day from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.

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