What does David Letterman’s retirement mean to the Beartooth Front?

This is a blog about oil and gas drilling along the Beartooth Front, so we tend to be a little light on entertainment news. But it’s Friday and this has been a busy week, so today we’re going to take a look at what the transition from David Letterman to Stephen Colbert on late night TV in 2015 is going to mean to our efforts.

Letterman has a few concerns about fracking that he shares in this discussion:

I think Dave’s position is pretty clear. So will we lose anything when Colbert takes over? Watch the video below and see what you think. (Someday I’ll figure out how to embed Comedy Central videos. Until I do you’ll have to put up with a couple of ads.)

Colbert

I’d say we’ll be in good hands.

Enjoy your weekend.

About davidjkatz

The Moses family has lived on the Stillwater River since 1974, when George and Lucile Moses retired and moved to the Beehive from the Twin Cities. They’re gone now, but their four daughters (pictured at left, on the Beehive) and their families continue to spend time there, and have grown to love the area. This blog started as an email chain to keep the family informed about the threat of increased fracking activity in the area, but the desire to inform and get involved led to the creation of this blog.
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One Response to What does David Letterman’s retirement mean to the Beartooth Front?

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