Sean Curnyn over at RightWingBob has this on the night Bob Dylan met Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf. Seems itt turned out to be an impromptu meeting of the Mutual Admiration Society. (If you didn’t know already, and I’d be surprised if you didn’t, RightWingBob is the one-stop-shopping site for all things Bob Dylan. So if you’re a Dylan fan, you now have an Internet cafe to hang out in. And remember to leave a tip.)
That B vitamin that prevents cancer — Folic Acid — may also cause cancer and/or accelerate its rate of growth. So the next time you’re in GNC or Vitamin Shoppe, ask for the Folic Acid that prevents cancer. That’s definitely the one you want. Definitely.
Joan Rivers is the new Celebrity Apprentice. I can’t think of anyone in America who deserves the attention more.
Jon Stewart will host a “reality” show on the History Channel, called The Naturalized. Just what we need, more fake history. Isn’t that what Dan Brown and Michael Moore are for?
At the Washington Correspondents Dinner, Wanda Sykes proved to be particularly vicious to everyone right of Che Guevara but went all “Isn’t he dreamy?” when it came to the president. Next year, Obama has promised to provide more balance in the comic commentary, and so has invited the Minister of Propaganda for the People’s Liberation Front to lighten the evening.
A conservative evangelical Anglican finds himself quite interested in the revival of Ayn Rand’s doctrine of enlightened self-interest.
It’s official: Windows 7 will ship in 2009. Destination remains unclear.
Early photo from the set of Iron Man 2. Another 172,799 and they’ve got a movie.
The ACLU has offered to defend a Colorado state senator should his hypothetical request for a vanity license plate — ACLUSUX — be denied. Some might call it fair and balanced. Others might shrug it off as just the kind of soft nihilism they would expect from the ACLU.
Our vice president, the vice president of the United States, a really high-profile office, THAT vice president, Joseph Biden, insulted the president’s dog. Nice to know he’s on patrol, kicking butt and taking names …
Apple has banned an iPhone app that includes a representation of Jesus with the caption “Me So Holy.” The cutting-edge tech firm has a policy against offending people unnecessarily. Obviously a bunch of religious wackjobs. I just may buy that iMac now …