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February 22, 2011

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I attributed the rise (if not the invention) of "not so much" to Jon Stewart, who uses it as a frequent gagline.

Nice post. Jon Stewart can say "not so much" at any time. Everyone else should give it a rest.

It is only one of Stewart's annoying mannerisms, along with his seeming desire to get a job offer from Fox News.

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