Friday a.m. drive-by pre-dentist blippage (4/27 edition)

April 27th, 2007  |  Published in etc

» More Evidence that Many Think that Politics is a Game: The video on this page is horrible in so many ways that you could say it transcends that horribleness and becomes wonderful … if it actually did that. But it doesn’t. It’s merely horrible. via UO, where Mr. Henley notes:

Everybody picks on poor Michelle Malkin for her fetish turn of the other day. My only regret is that, because the iron law of institutional self-perpetuation, Hawkery Rumpery doesn’t down tools and go buy themselves some Wiis – Malkin’s video clip packs everything her tendency has left to say into as efficient a vehicle as can be hoped. Why on earth do she or any of the rest of them need to keep bothering us with their blogging, columnizing and hitting the talk shows now that Herself has rendered them superfluous?

» “In his attempt to dismiss us, Mr. Rove turned to head toward his table, but as soon as he did so, Sheryl reached out to touch his arm. Karl swung around and spat, ‘Don’t touch me.’ How hardened and removed from reality must a person be to refuse to be touched by Sheryl Crow?”

“Not particularly?” I mean, I might not want to be touched by her either if I’d tried to break off an engagement and get back to my dinner.

I wish the account would have read “hissed” instead of “spat,” though, because it’d have more of a camp thing going then.

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