Let’s leave cloudy Cincinnati for a little bit and do a little traveling. Doesn’t that sound like fun?
Let’s go to Washington D.C. and find out what Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi thinks about congress woman Michelle Bachman. Crooks and Liars give us the details. As for me, I think she’s kind of pretty, but then she has to open her mouth.
Staying in Washington, what should we do for brunch? Interested in having some fried chicken with waffles? Sounds gross? Wonkabout doesn’t think so.
And now we’ll take the train up to New York. That Bill O’Reilly: he’s quite a kidder but UPS isn’t happy about this blogger-stalking controversy and is pulling advertising from Mr. Bill’s show. Think Progress fills us in.
So this bobcat walks into a bar. No, seriously. In Arizona, a bobcat does walk into a bar. The Huffington Post gives us the story. No word as to what kind of cocktail the bobcat ordered.
Let’s go to L.A. and Real Time with Bill Maher. It was another great show Friday night but things really got heated on “Over Time” which comes on Bill’s HBO web site after the hour is done on television. Christopher Hitchens and Mos Def had a bit of a shouting match. Suggestion to Mos Def: when you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.
Our little trip is over. Let’s return to Cincinnati where Rick Hines, USNationNet publisher will be returning next week from Florida.
Hey Rick, after you get done with The Cincinnati Nation work, let’s you and me rent a truck and pick up all those empty Pulse boxes still on the downtown sidewalks. Maybe we could sell them and get a little drinking money. I mean, dear old Roger apparently doesn’t want them.
Oh, sorry, Roger. I’m beating a dead horse again.
(Photo of Michelle Bachman and friend from www.roadkillbill.com)