Tuesday, May 23, 2006

The Weekend Roundup

  • Malkin still insane. Reverend Mykeru and Tbogg do better than I did. Of course, they're, y'know...civil. I, of course, labor under no such delusion.
  • The New York Times is soooooo liberal. I mean, what could be more liberal than a puff piece on America's favorite glamour couple, Bill and Hil? A puff piece that delves into exactly how much time they spend together and notes that their aides declined to provide the Times with the Clintons' personal schedules? A piece that notes, reluctantly, that the tension over Bill ejaculating onto a power-crazed trollop dissipated at some unknown point, according to some "close" to the couple. Tell me, is there a waiting list for sucking the Republican Party's cock after the administration threatens to jail reporters it doesn't like, or is that still an easy reservation to get?
  • Heather Havrilesky got married over the weekend. I'd be a lot more upset about this, but that would get me into way too much trouble with Ilse.

1 comment:

Sasha said...

Heather makes a profound observation about matrimony, to wit:

"As many of you know, the structural integrity of any committed relationship depends on a solid foundation of multiple amusements and distractions that prevent one from focusing too narrowly on that smelly human who'll be elbowing in on one's personal space for decades to come."

Wise woman, she is.