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On the other hand, try to find a politician or political pundit who admits that their biases were wrong in the slightest way.
The average stock market pundit isn't typically this wrong.
More recently, he has become the go-to pundit for people lamenting the social changes wrought by modern technology.
He remained more intent upon becoming a player and pundit, types to which the network had never catered, than a host or reporter.
It's a pundit vice, induced by easy access to choice venues for the publication of one's thoughts.
Throughout this time he kept his eye on the main chance, the prospect of becoming an art pundit.
Instant judgments--particularly quick condemnations--are the key to survival in the pundit market.
Some of your critics say you are basically an anticorporate pundit.
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