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June 24th, 2010
02:56 AM ET

Beat 360° 6/23/10

Ready for today's Beat 360°? Everyday we post a picture you provide the caption and our staff will join in too. Tune in tonight at 10pm to see if you are our favorite! Here is the 'Beat 360°' pic:

White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel (C) speaks with guests during an event in the East Room of the White House June 22, 2010 in Washington DC. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski-Pool/Getty Images)

Have fun with it. We're looking forward to your captions! Make sure to include your name, city, state (or country) so we can post your comment.

Beat 360° Winners:

Staff:
Nate Little:
“And I asked the Rolling Stone guy to bring me his head on a platter!”

Viewer:
Gary from Japan
"Forget the economy – did you guys see that goal?!"

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June 24th, 2010
01:02 AM ET

Sound Off: Your comments 6/23/10

Editor's Note: After Wednesday's show, feedback was primarily about the oil leak. Viewers voiced their thanks that Anderson is still at the gulf; their disgust that it’s taking so long for the oil leak to be stopped; and that the cleanup is taking so long to get fully underway.
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Thank you for your devotion and dedication to the oil spill in the Gulf. Without your tenacity, we, the citizens of America, would not well informed of the daily, disastrous debacle of this horrendous event. I'm surprised the administration is continuing to allow your in-depth coverage. Please, if there is any way you could legally encourage people to be John Waynes and just do whatever they can to save the coast, the locals, and the animals and the hell to all the bureaucratic red tape.

Anderson, keep your eye on the lies. Thank you for maintaining a focused beam of reporting on this massive debacle. - The message to the Government is simple: PLUG THE DAMN HOLE, USE EVERY TECH AVAILABLE AND CLEAN UP THE OIL, NOW not LATER, NOW!!!

Thanks Anderson for staying in the Gulf. The South is having a tough time

I wanted to take a moment to thank Anderson Cooper and the entire staff at 360 for the care and concern that you have showed to the people of the Gulf Coast. Of all the news channels and the attention that has been given to our problem, I have to say that Anderson has shown more poise, more kindness, and more genuine concern than any other news anchor on television. Thank you for all you are doing. Please continue to speak on behalf of the people of the Gulf Coast. We love our beaches, our wildlife, and our way of life here, and so many are suffering. Your concern helps ease the pain a bit.


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