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July 8 was a tough day for America and people with highly accute anxiety. 

With technical errors plaguing everything from the New York Stock Exchange to all flights from United Airlines, it seemed like our technology infused lifestyle was soon to be demolished in a flash of dystopian prophecy. 

Hell, some outlets stuck their tongue firmly in their cheek and straight up told us to panic. 

Stephen Colbert decided to take them up on this offer. He doesn't take over the Late Show from David Letterman until September, so he has plenty of time to freak out over everything. 

Plus, he probably ran out of cable access channels willing to give him copious amounts of screen time.
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As Stephen Colbert continues to prepare to take over David Letterman's spot on The Late Show, he's doing more than celebrating marriage equality and appearing on Michigan's public access.

He's bringing his face to his new Manhattan digs and trying to help the neighbors at the same time.

You'll recall the famous marquee that welcomed visitors to the Ed Sullivan Theater and Letterman's former late night homestay.



Well as they renovate the space for Colbert's September premiere, a new sign appeared July 6.



Behold, Stephen Colbert's new awning.

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So, Stephen Colbert just uploaded a 40-minute show that he did on Monroe, Michigan cable access. 

It's full of interview, nail polish competitions, Monroe news, giant checks, a Bob Seger singalong, oh, and actually Eminem. 

Clearly, Colbert and his writers are just trying to get themselves limber before heading to the Late Show in September to replace David Letterman. What a wonderful way to do so. 




Everyone looks limber in this. Even the stars in this clip of the upcoming movie South Paw that was featured on the show:


I mean, there's just no real explanation for this lucky peice of Internet gold.

Just thank the gloriousness of Stephen Colbert.
 
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"It's hard to believe that gay American's acheived full constitutional personhood, just five years after corporations did."

If this video is anything, besides being hilarious, it's a sign that you can take the Colbert out of the Report, but you can't take the Report out of the Colbert. It seems like politics will still play at least some part in his ongoing public persona, even if his beard will not.

This is great news. Except about that beard thing.
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In preparation for his September debut as the replacement for David Letterman on the CBS Late Show, Stephen Colbert has had to say goodbye to his freedom beard. The Colbeard (we're assuming it's capitalized) signified Colbert's freedom from 10 years behind the desk of the Colbert Report

He took to trimming it into a variety of shapes, trying to lure young people to his show.



Not only is this the first time we've seen that fresh face on Colbert in a while, but it's also been a bit since we've seen the Colbert Report personality take a bit of a back seat. It's neat to see a Colbert who is just plain silly. And who also hates hot dogs, apparently.



It is sad that he had to give up such a nice beard. Especially since there was a certain other talk show host actually got to promote his beard...

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