The greatest moments in C-SPAN’s 35-year history

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Watching endless hours of C-SPAN may not be the most exciting thing to do, but occasionally, some fairly incredible things have happened during broadcast. In honor of C-SPAN turning 35 this year, The Washington Post has pulled together some of the highlights.

For example:

Perhaps the best one of all time, is when Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz did the “ba-dum-ch” …

There was that time North Carolina Rep. George Holding was getting sleepy:

And the shot you rarely ever see — a wide one, showing just how full the chamber is:

And here, you get to see Iowa Rep. Jim Nussle crawl out from under his paper bag:

Via The Washington Post

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