liberal mud wrestling cage match extroardinaire
I have become slightly fascinated by a particular bout of personality-run-amok circulating around the intertubes recently regarding Glenn Greenwald, Jane Hamsher, Rogers Cadenhead, et al. If you know what I'm talking about, no need to rehash anything; you've already spent too much time reading about this.
If you don't, just picture scantily clad women mud wrestling (apparently, a lot of people do, as a quick Google Search turns up 766,000 links) and then replace scantily clad women with liberal activist blogger nerds.
P.S. Holy cow. I clicked on the Google Search link, and it said 808,000 links. That's 42,000 new web pages in like a day. Either I accidentally started some massive new trend, or there's going to be 15 million pages on mud wrestling come my birthday next year. Or, perhaps, mathematics isn't quite so simple as extrapolating linear trends forever. But then what would Wall Street hotshots do to claim they should make gobs 'o money?
And dude, check it out. All you have to do is come up with long phrases not usually found together, and presto, Google gold. Search mud wrestling liberal activist blogger nerds and guess who's number 1?
Really, you would never guess.
I even out-Malkined Michelle, whose post wasn't even number 2.
Just don't make me update this again when someone else steals the top spot that clearly and rightfully belongs to moi.
ha, just kidding
(P) I clearly can't read an invitation. The Obama/McCaskill event is obviously next week...
Labels: my bad
quick reminder - Obama's in town tonight
(P) I'm helping out with my Clayton kiddies tonight, but if you've got nothing else to do, Obama and McCaskill are scheduled to put on a fundraiser at the Renaissance Grand at 6:30. You can get SRO tickets for just $25. I assume many of the local politicians will be there.
Alderwoman Triplett's link-through page at Act Blue is here.
Proceeds go to the Show Me State Victory Fund, which I believe is basically McCaskill's 2012 re-election fund.