But first, noted international geopolitical expert Deepak (sweet Jesu, I'm laughing as I type this) Chopra takes time out from writing lame-ass, vague self-help books read by tapioca-willed yuppies to discuss potential exit strategies in the "War on Terror" with Larry King.
I swear to Vishnu, you don't need to know anything about anything for a newsie to interview you, do you? From Meryl Streep whinging about Alar in apples to Rosie O'Donnell on gun control, all you have to be is famous for something... anything, and the media will lend credence to your opinion on everything: Bono on global economics; Al Gore on climatology. Not one of these people could pour piss out of a boot with instructions printed on the heel, and yet we're clogging up the datastream with their inane off-topic mutterings. Why?
(PS: ...and before anybody says "Oh, he's from India! We should listen to his opinions on what to do!", may I remind you that Ice Dog Johnson is from South Central, but nobody's springing for his bail money to get his opinions on fixing urban blight...)
(PPS: Seriously, Deepak Chopra? This guy is to serious philosophy what John Tesh is to classical music...)