Wednesday, October 13, 2004

DCeptette: Aerial view of the cuckoo's nest version

  1. Senator Mark Dayton (D-Minn), gets worried and leaves town with his staff, citing terrorism concerns. We think he was just trying to take a few days off. When you share a state with Norm Coleman, it can, from time to time, feel like you're being terrorized. But, we remind you, the intel the Department of Homeland Security gives us is fake. Fake fakey fake. (WTOP)
  2. Bourgeois dorks miss their Cheesecake Mosque connection--cellphone using boor seeks hot action with pal of Yankees-cap-at-dinner-wearing (gauche, anyone?) diner--once the trans-fat clotting in their bloodstreams have lessened, presumably. If you'd "try just about anything", how about trying an actual restaurant. (Craigslist)
  3. Catholic University allows students to form NAACP chapter on campus as long as the chapter does not take "positions contrary to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church." In a related story, Catholic University NAACP chapter announces R. Kelly as guest speaker. (Post)
  4. Maryland Comptroller William Donald Schaefer continues his onward march into senile dementia, insisting that people with AIDS are "danger[ous]" people who belong on a public registry because they "brought it on themselves." Schaefer's become a celebrity of the incendiary rhetorical variety lately, but is it possible that the man just wants to be loved? In the ass? In Spanish? (Post)
  5. Richard Leiby is officially the last to know what "(Don't Go Back To) Rockville" is about. (The Reliable Source)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The best part of that CL posting is that the person the guy actually wanted to talk to had, and I quote, "a shirt with a word on it." Reminds me of beavis and butthead trying to read... "uh... words... words... more words..."

And just think, you pathetic idiot, if you could somehow have deciphered the mysterious symbols on her shirt, you could probably have actually tracked her down. As it is, she's just a drop in the sea of temporary Arlingtonians who dine out with friends wearing Yankees caps.