From the war in Iraq to Bill Gates and Microsoft, THR takes a look at Andy Rooney's rants over the years.
Airdate: Oct 22, 2006
Andy Rooney wonders why we are still in Iraq when we already killed Saddam Hussein.
Andy Rooney Ending Regular '60 Minutes' Segment
Loses Touch With New Music
Airdate: May 10, 2010
Andy is concerned because he has no idea who Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga or any of the bands are that are dominating the Billboard charts.
His Opinion of Bill Gates
Airdate: Feb. 11, 2009
Andy shares his opinion of Bill Gates and if Microsoft is making things easier or harder in life.
Andy Rooney asks, 'Are We Sleeping Our Lives Away?'
Airdate: Oct. 11, 2009
Andy Rooney asks if we are sleeping our lives away. He then shares all of his experiences of sleeping and public.
When Did This Become Art
Airdate: Jan. 2, 2005
Andy shares his dislike for modern art and even talks about certain cities and their exhibitions.
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