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February 14, 2008

Vol 6 • No 5

Getting the spirit

If you accept William Faulkner’s maxim that distillation is civilization, then it follows that Arkansas is an enclave of barbarism. Of the state’s 75 counties, 43 prohibit the sale of alcohol.

Barbecue of the Northwest

Compared to the rest of the state, Northwest Arkansas was for years deficient in barbecue restaurants, probably for reasons of demography and geography. Has it caught up?

By the numbers:

You can’t talk about barbecue in Arkansas without talking about Whole Hog Cafe.

The Rooster rules

We went to the Red Rooster restaurant up in Alma because 1) we love the name and 2) a friend told us it changed her life. Namely, her life of pie.

Take me out to the bistro

Chicago has Ditka’s. Toronto has Gretzky’s. Miami has Shula’s. Aurora, Ill., has Mikita’s. But Central Arkansas has long been deprived a sports celebrity restaurant — at least until last year, when Valentine’s opened in the new Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock.

The best restaurants in Arkansas

We’re happy again to announce the winners in the Arkansas Times’ annual Readers Choice awards to the best restaurants in Arkansas. It’s the state’s longest-running restaurant contest.

Conway school woes

Conway is booming, but not sufficiently to support the school district at existing levels. Almost 60 jobs are being cut, including 14 teachers.

Asa!

Now this is what we call cutting edge Republican outreach to younger voters -- mercy for crackheads.

Glasgow case: New details

With the family of missing CDI Contractors chief financial officer John Glasgow looking on, Little Rock attorney Chip Welch addressed the media at Allsopp Park today, saying that the family now believes that "evidence points away from the mountain."

The winter of our content

There are, no doubt, a number of tomato aficionados in this state who would call the growing of that summer fruit in the dead of winter the devil’s business.

To-do list, Feb. 14

"Annie," Frank McComb, The Jonas Brothers, Monte Montgomery, Bonerama, Reel Civil Rights Film Festival, Coco Montoya, Joe Buck, and North Mississippi Allstars will all be in town this week.

'Doubt'

“What do you do when you’re not sure?” asks Father Flynn, the controversial protagonist of John Patrick Shanley’s “Doubt,” in the play’s opening monologue.

Leaner, but still mean

Although the Oxford American magazine is $30,000 poorer after it was discovered recently that Renae Maxwell, a former office manager, had apparently been forging checks and taking money from the magazine for five months, editor Marc Smirnoff does not expe

In brief, Feb. 14

Lest we didn’t grab your attention a couple pages back, tonight is the third round of the ARKANSAS TIMES MUSICIANS SHOWCASE!

This modern world, Feb. 14

Take your body to Soul

Despite the name, Soul is not a classic soul-food restaurant, nor is it intended to be.

What's Cookin', Feb. 14

The Hop, the legendary drive-up dairy diner, is relocating to the corner of Scott and Markham, in a space previously occupied by Pokey D’s.

Happy reader

I appreciate the Arkansas Times. It can be read at the local Cleburne County Library in Heber Springs.

Can Hillary’s prophecy be fulfilled?

There is gamesmanship aplenty in the Democratic presidential race, including a clever message from the newly troubled Hillary Clinton campaign. It goes like this:

Who can beat McCain?

With the race for the Democratic presidential nomination down to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, electability has become a popular topic.

Words, Feb. 14

A hundred years ago, when Theodore Roosevelt was busting the trusts, special interests was applied to big corporations using their wealth and influence to get their political way.

Dream weaves at Dreamweavers

If you haven’t already gotten whatever Valentine’s Day gift you need to get for whoever you need to get it for, well, you’re on your own. I got nothin’.

Orval, Feb. 14

The Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase rolls on!

What could be more romantic tonight than seeing Ace Spade and the Whores of Babylon, Rockst*r, Brian Martin and Benjamin Del Shreve (left) battle it out in round three at Sticky Fingerz, 9 p.m.

Editorial Cartoon, Feb. 14

How not to jinx a streak

Midweek games put me in a bit of a predicament.

Too grabby and too timid

Legislators learn early that giving money away is fun. Raising money is work.

Feb. 6-12, 2008

It was a good week for … HILLARY CLINTON. At least it was in Arkansas, where she won nearly 70 percent of the vote in Democratic primary balloting for the presidential nomination. Results elsewhere were mixed, though she did triumph in important Califo

The Observer, Feb. 14

The Observer’s kid is fascinated with sharks.

Pot hunting

An increase in art thefts has prompted a national initiative by the FBI to solve the cases and that effort has had an impact in Arkansas.

‘The Eye’ needs correction

Welcome to February, folks. Also known as the Sargasso Sea of Cinema. Fog. Stillness. Not a breath of wind.

Who is being served?

Would it not be good if we had one clear barometer of our public servants’ dedication to the common interest, one easy way to identify his or her real constituents — the people or private interests?

Fish party

Huckabee diehards and contemporaneous others with high quotients of unrequited Christian zeal are threatening to start a third political party, having nigh given up on the Donkey and Elephant as incorrigibly godless.

Sopping good

There’s a lot to recommend the Star of India to a town full of Southerners.

Training lacking

It's not mentioned in this coverage, but Gov. Mike Beebe spoke candidly in Democrat-Gazette coverage of the conference on producing better-trained workers for industry.

The morning Huck

  GOD AS CAMPAIGN MANAGER: George Will is tiring of Bro. Huck sounds like.

Red and yellow, black and white UPDATE

Did anybody else notice this correction in this morning's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette? Three Japanese-American students attended Little Rock Central High School during the 1957-58 school year, during which nine black students integrated the school.

Land banker

The Democrat-Gazette this morning did a news feature on Little Rock's planned land bank program, a way for the city to potentially convert distressed residential property to better use.

Ark. Times Musicians Showcase Round 3: Rockst*r

Rockst*rFormed: 2004From: Little RockMembers: Rockst*r (rapping), DJ Discipline (ones and twos) and usually Dirtbag (hyping things up).Album: The rapper has been promoting his debut album, "Instant Classic," for about three years, steadily teasing fans with mixtapes, videos and singles.

Democrat-Gazette: 'Good ole' boys club'

There's been a bit of a dustup at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette today. State editor Marilyn Mitchell, (pictured) who is married to assistant city editor Jack Mitchell, resigned today with a blast at her perception of sexist atmosphere at the newspaper.

Democrat-Gazette: 'Good ole' boys club'

There's been a bit of a dustup at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette today. State editor Marilyn Mitchell, (pictured) who is married to assistant city editor Jack Mitchell, resigned today with a blast at her perception of sexist atmosphere at the newspaper.

Ark. Times Musicians Showcase Round 3: Brian Martin

Photo by Ben Barnett. Brian Martin (web)Formed: 2004From: Hot SpringsMembers: Martin plays guitar and sings.

Why Clinton can win

My sense is that Barack Obama's moment has arrived for a combination of reasons -- his own brains and eloquence, supercharged emotion among supporters, a superior grassroots organization, deeply embedded loathing of Hillary Clinton, sexism, etc. I predicted he'd win the Democratic nomination in a public appearance before polls closed Super Tuesday, a day that went reasonably well for Hillary Clinton.

Ark. Times Musicians Showcase Round 3: Benjamin Del Shreve

BDS: A band and a dude. Benjamin Del ShreveFormed: 2004From: FayettevilleMembers: In addition to Del Shreve, there's Kurt Currie, Olivia Apple, Jonthan Holder and Jeremy Ervin.Albums: His latest full-length is "Brilliant and Charming,"self-released last year in Nov. Previously: "Enjoy Me While I'm Here" in 2001.Sounds like: Rock — indie rock, modern rock, G'n'R ballad rock, freak-folk rock, rawk rock.A foundation: In the early part of the decade, Del Shreve, who's originally from Hatfield, sang lead in GS Megaphone, a popular Christian hard rock act.

Nelson: Wants to debate gas company

Sheffield Nelson continues to promote his ballot initiative to impose a 7 percent natural gas severance tax.

Home and away games

Regular reader Basil reports in. Basil is missing Belly Boy, as are we.

So, NOW will he quit?

Mitt Romney endorses John McCain. Huck's headed to the Caribbean.

Ark. Times Musicians Showcase Round 3: Ace Spade and the Whores of Babylon

MY BLOODY VALENTINE: Ace Spade and the Whores Ace Spade and the Whores of BabylonFormed: 2006From: Little RockMembers:  Spade (vox, guitar), Mr. Del Liliah (bass), Sofira N Brimstone (drums)Albums: The band is currently working with Chris Avakian and Scott Diffee on a 7" and CD that may include a comic book.Sounds like: Punked-up rockabilly.Best fake bio ever: Born in 1945 in Brooklyn N.Y, [Spade's] mother was a drunken prostitute who claimed to be impregnated by the devil himself.

All the sex ain't in Texas

You leave work for a few hours and what happens -- a sex outbreak. A court in Texas has overturned that state's ban on sale of sex toys.

Huckstering the Caymans

You know Mike Huckabee is jetting down to the Cayman Islands for a paid speech this weekend at a Young Caymanians Leadership Conference.

Huckstering the Caymans

You know Mike Huckabee is jetting down to the Cayman Islands for a paid speech this weekend at a Young Caymanians Leadership Conference.

Hashing out the hamburger tax

Strong Mayor Mark Stodola has appointed a committee to study the two-cent sales tax applied to restaurant and hotel sales -- the "hamburger tax."

Q&A: Eugene "the Dunking Machine" Nash, Part 2

Here now is the second and final part of our Q&A with Eugene Nash, the late '70s and early '80s walk-on who captured the hearts of Razorback fans like few players before or since.

M.L. King Commission director

I am going to refrain from saying what a clusterf*** this whole thing has been and say that Stand News has the scoop on the new director of the Arkansas M.L. King Commission.

Hucked on a feeling

CEASE AND DESIST: From Boston to Mike Huckabee, with less than love. Tom Scholz of the band Boston fired off a letter yesterday to Mike Huckabee asking the Republican presidential hopeful to stop using the song "More Than a Feeling" at rallies and campaign appearances.

How bad is Mike Ross?

He proposes oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.And burning more coal. And tax credits.

Got any spare change?

If a thief searched your house during a party, how much spare cash would he discover?

Double standard -- UPDATE

New York magazine covers the disparate press treatment of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. After speculating on various explanations for this, the writer forms his own:

Double standard -- UPDATE

New York magazine covers the disparate press treatment of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. After speculating on various explanations for this, the writer forms his own:

Gas companies must disclose spending

An advisory opinion issued by the Arkansas Ethics Commission this morning said that gas companies must report money spent to defeat a ballot initiative, such as a proposed severance tax increase.

Friday To-Do: The Jonas Brothers

Skinny ties and hairspray. THE JONAS BROTHERS7 p.m., Alltel Arena.

Where We Stand (Sorta)

The following NCAA Tournament projections were drawn up before the Hogs' Wednesday night shellacking at the hand of the UT Vols, so consider accordingly.

Showcase round three recap

Teeming. Three down and one to go.

Friday To-Do: Bonerama

BONERAMA8:30 p.m., Revolution. $8.

Friday To-Do: Monte Montgomery

MONTE MONTGOMERY10 p.m., Juanita's. $10 adv./$12 d.o.s. Guitar Player magazine called him one of the “Top 50 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.” He's the reigning seventh-year-in-a-row “Best Acoustic Guitar Player” at the Austin (Texas) Music Awards.

Irritation with Huckabee

So says U.S. News: Republican officials and aides to John McCain are growing concerned that the longer presidential candidate Mike Huckabee stays in the race, the more it will suck money, attention, and support away from the likely eventual nominee.

Katographic

Click the pic to enlarge. A reason to visit historic and beautiful Fort Smith: Ace photographer Kat Wilson and her homies (including the lovely and talented Corey Garcia) are having a big ol' art show in a month on March 14.

Dierks Bentley does not do pyro

Those are some tight curls. Rising country star Dierks Bentley is coming to Hot Springs to the Summit Arena on Sat., April 5.

Roots: Obama's Ozark Mts. home

Madison County Record posts a story that says Barack Obama has family roots in the Ozarks, up in Newton County.

The leadership question -- UPDATE

Gov. Mike Beebe said he met with "legislative leaders" today on the severance tax and indicated little progress had been made on striking a deal.

Photo of the Day

This picture makes us happy. It was long overdue, but the members of the 1994 Razorback basketball team got together at the Northwest Arkansas Tip-Off Club today for their first public recognition since winning the national championship.

Two bits, four bits ...

and the legal fees mount. Lawyers for LRSD filed their response today to the legal pleading by former Sen. Bill Walker and family that his daughter was entitled to a school board hearing over her failure to make the cheerleading squad at Central High a year ago.

Huckabee's Cayman payday

Doesn't look so hot, Brummett writes.

Fayetteville impact fees

The city is moving perhaps to try again on passage of impact fees to offset road construction required by new development.

In Hot Buttons We Trust

It would appear that the flavor of the day in the perennial campaign to force religion on the public is a movement to plaster the motto "In God We Trust" everywhere possible.

Clinton press coverage

Terrence Smith, formerly of PBS, weighs in:  But whatever the case, Hillary and her supporters have reason to complain about the tone of their press notices, if not the substance.

A million words

Saturday To-Do: Reel Civil Rights Film Festival

REEL CIVIL RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL2 p.m., Market Street Cinema. Free.

Saturday To-Do: Coco Montoya

COCO MONTOYA9 p.m., Sticky Fingerz. Just on name alone, Coco Montoya earns blues cred.

Friday night lights - Glasgow redux

Don't know about you, but a Friday without the Dillon Panthers is like the D-G without Wally.

Friday night lights - Glasgow redux

Don't know about you, but a Friday without the Dillon Panthers is like the D-G without Wally.

Wally Watch: Return of the Wallyisms

Wally Watch: Where we read Wally Hall so you don't have to. While most of you undoubtedly were kicking off the holiday weekend last night by toasting Franklin Pierce and Millard Fillmore, we met in an underground parking garage with our Deep Throat, who handed over a new collection of Wallyisms.

Huckabee to give ethics lecture

Seriously.

Saturday night sights

Chicken enchiladas and Netflix. You?

So Close

For a few stirring minutes there in the second half, I thought the Hogs were on their way to their most inspiring win in a long, long time.

In the final analysis, it's personal

And that means Obama, Brummett writes

Soup's on

Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families has its annual Soup Sunday fund-raiser from 4 to 7 p.m. today at the Embassy Suites.

Never say die

The LA Times is inspired by Mike Huckabee's continued campaigning in the face of sure defeat.

UPDATE Showcase round three video recap

  A clip of Jeff Allen and me introducing the night.

Tough times

We do get distracted by trivia, don't we? Considering Kosovo.

Bad beef

USDA announced (link fixed) today the biggest beef recall ever after undercover video apparently showed sick cattle being fork-lifted into the production chain.

McCain's No. 2

Politico is talking up Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty. I can't help but note that among those  rushing to promote Pawlenty is former White House political director Sara Taylor, Tim Griffin's pal and one of the orchestrators of U.S. attorneygate.

Hannah Montana rules

This is somewhat reminiscent of the ethics cleanup in Arkansas (oxymoron, that) in which legislators agreed to some new restrictions but simply had to continue a way to get the coveted of coveted -- free racing passes.

Adios, Bro. Mike

Robert Novak says no way McCain picks Huckabee as his No. 2. TOO CHURCHY: And here's a columnist who approves of a Huckabee snub on account of the way he used religion in his campaign.

The wind beneath his wings

McCain figures how to best use George W. Bush. I'd start with a big shovel.

That ol' double standard

I heard a commentator say something akin to this on NPR on Friday. Now, thanks to Atrios, I read John King of CNN say in response to a question about Mitt Romney's future:

Where We Stand: Feb. 18, 2008

With Selection Sunday just less than four weeks away, we're starting a new feature here at RazorbackExpats.

Beat goes on, on tape

A directive from the Society of Thoracic Surgeons has put the quietus on St. Vincent Health System’s plan to invite the public to watch a heart surgery.

Presidential pickings

It being G. Washington's Birthday (observed) and all, news seems slow. So here's some presidential highlights: I HOPE HE DOES: John McCain to build his campaign on the theme that the Democrats were wrong about the war in Iraq.

Presidential pickings

It being G. Washington's Birthday (observed) and all, news seems slow. So here's some presidential highlights: I HOPE HE DOES: John McCain to build his campaign on the theme that the Democrats were wrong about the war in Iraq.

Huckabee: Toast

Mike Huckabee:  A dead political candidate and a guy staying active on account of the money.

Media death

Bob Ginnaven, the creative ad man and velvet-voiced actor who long-timers in the news business will recall for his many starring turns in the Farkleberry Follies news media satirical review, died Sunday.

Free Matt Floyd

G-strings and more with Matt Floyd's grizzled face on em. Matt Floyd has some fines he has to pay before Smoke Up Johnny head off with the Moving Front on tour in March.

Fayetteville High in motion

Thanks to the Iconoclast, I knew the Fayetteville School Board had scheduled a hurry-up special meeting today to consider the simmering controversy over building a new high school.

Fayetteville High in motion

Thanks to the Iconoclast, I knew the Fayetteville School Board had scheduled a hurry-up special meeting today to consider the simmering controversy over building a new high school.

Huckabee's last stand

Mike begins shaping his martyrdom, saying his continued campaigning could kill his political career. Not getting enough votes is also a surefire political career killer.

It's over

I'd be happy to be wrong. For a variety of reasons, I'd prefer Hillary Clinton to be the Democratic presidential nominee.

Late arrival: D-G boys' club

Several days after the fact comes a long post by someone who claims to be a member of the Democrat-Gazette staff with extensive comment on the resignation last week of state editor Marilyn Mitchell and her complaints about sexism at the paper.

This is a Little Weird

Hey, remember this guy? He used to be a pretty decent running back for the Razorbacks, made a few big plays here and there, enjoys piano bars, eventually decided to take a shot at the NFL.

The Browning's Paradox

The venerable restaurant means more than a meal.

The Browning's Paradox

The venerable restaurant means more than a meal.

BREAKING: Farewell Fidel

News reports say the ailing Fidel Castro has resigned as president of Cuba. And for another dose of potential turmoil, a change of government is coming in Pakistan.

Sundown towns

The Washington Post reviews "Banished," a PBS documentary on three Southern cities -- including Harrison, Ark. -- that once banished black people. (The YouTube link above is to an interview with the filmmaker, Marco Williams.

Clinton comeback?

Brummett suggests it's possible in Wisconsin.

Sun shines in La.

The Louisiana House (meeting in the house that Huey built at left) has passed a bill opening records in the governor's office.

The secret life of blogs

Among the things you don't know unless you see the back end of blog administrative controls: Though most blog items cycle off the main page into archives after a day or so and essentially go defunct, that is not always the case.

The secret life of blogs

Among the things you don't know unless you see the back end of blog administrative controls: Though most blog items cycle off the main page into archives after a day or so and essentially go defunct, that is not always the case.

Huckabee: Card playing

No, not those sinful playing cards, but the class card. (Has there ever been a politician more openly covetous and jealous of others' material goods?)

Huckabee: Card playing

No, not those sinful playing cards, but the class card. (Has there ever been a politician more openly covetous and jealous of others' material goods?)

Coming up, ‘Rose Garden’

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, slated to open in 2010 in Bentonville, has made public three more paintings in its collection: George Wesley Bellows “Excavation at Night,” Maria Oakey Dewing’s “Rose Garden,” and Samuel F.B. Morse’s “Marquis de Lafayette."

Rush and me UPDATE

Since all publicity is good publicity, I should be happy. But it's been an embarrassing day here.

Rush and me UPDATE

Since all publicity is good publicity, I should be happy. But it's been an embarrassing day here.

The drunk history of electricity

  Web-video hounds will roll their eyes because this has been out for a minute, but for the rest of you, here's the story of the discovery of electricity, starring Jack Black as Benjamin Franklin and Glenwood's Clark Duke as William, Franklin's bastard son.

No Depression, no more

The venerable alt-country rag No Depression is shutting down after its May/June issue. Publishers cite the "industrywide reduction in print advertising" and "the precipitous fall of the music industry."

Feuding Fort Smith -- UPDATE

A city director has resigned and an SRO meeting is expected today on the fate of the Fort Smith police chief.

Eggy

For comic book nerds with disposable income. The online portion of the annual Youth Home Eggshibition is open.

Tuesday To-Do: Hackensaw Boys

HACKENSAW BOYS8 p.m., Revolution. $10Charlottesville's favorite unwashed sons the Hackensaw Boys slide into Revolution tonight.

Tuesday To-Do: Joe Buck

JOE BUCK10 p.m., White Water Tavern. $3-$5 donations.

Nuttin' but trouble UPDATE

A reader reports a KAIT news flash about a 6:30 p.m. news conference on the  Arkansas State basketball program.

Valley of the Vapors

Poster by Nate Duvall. Steadily evolving into the strongest indie festival around (actually, are there other indie festivals anywhere even close?), the 4th Annual Valley of the Vapors is less than a month a way.

FEMA's toxic trailers

A general memo from a local FEMA spokesman makes it sound like they might be the slightest bit touchy about those millions in formaldehyde-laced trailers in Hope.

Tyson table talk -- UPDATE

I happen to have a source inside an investors conference at a ritzy hotel in Florida today where consumer product companies pitch their story to major investors, hedge fund managers and such.

It's not over until it's over

Chelsea Clinton will touch down in Little Rock Saturday for a fund-raiser for her mother's presidential campaign.

On Wisconsin

Instant win for John McCain. His big speech makes it sounds like he's already running against Barack Obama.

On Wisconsin

Instant win for John McCain. His big speech makes it sounds like he's already running against Barack Obama.

As the D-G turns

More correspondence concerning upheaval within the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette following state editor Marilyn Mitchell's resignation, attended by allegations of inappropriate remarks and treatment in editors' meetings, and a long followup commentary sent by an apparent D-G employee to the blog:

Obama also lands Hawaiian punch

As expected, Obama won the Hawaii caucuses big, 76-24. And, in presidential campaign news closer to home, a dose of the Morning Huck: COPYRIGHT?

Aiming for the Quorum Court

Kathy Lewison, knocked out of her seat on the Pulaski Quorum Court two years ago by Allen Kerr, will be running for the west Little Rock seat again.

Farm Bureau's man of the year?

The Morning News reports that the Rogers Police Department, scourge of immigrants, has at least one officer with a similar affection for dumb animals.

Louisiana politico tonight

Former La. Gov. Kathleen Blanco speaks at 6 p.m. tonight at the Clinton School.

Huckabee's next payday

Says on this blog it's Friday in Colorado Springs, to a conservative group, The Leadership Program of the Rockies, led by Colorado Senate candidate Bob Schaffer. The oilman is a Religious Rightist.

Riverfront Park's new look

--Brian Chilson photo City Director Dean Kumpuris (center) and Peabody Hotel general manager Gregg Herning (left) were among those on hand today at Riverfront Park for a press conference announcing details of new development there -- most notably the new playground complex.

Wednesday To-Do: North Mississippi Allstars

NORTH MISSISSIPPI ALLSTARS8:30 p.m., Revolution. $18 adv./$20 d.o.s. Fresh off the release of their fifth studio album, “Hernando,” the North Mississippi Allstars return to Little Rock on Wednesday.

Huckabee blasts fellow Repubs

 

Scratch Chelsea

The Clinton campaign informs me that a planned Saturday fund-raiser in Little Rock attended by Chelsea Clinton won't be happening after all.

"12 Miles" on shaky ground

Earlier this week, Variety reported that the future of "12 Miles of Bad Road," the latest project from Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and Harry Thomason ("Designing Women" "Evening Shade") is uncertain.

Crumbling Capitol

A 200-pound chunk of limestone (left) fell off the west side of the Capitol last Saturday, leaving a damaged pilaster (right). No one was hurt.

Mike Huckabee's diehards

Hell on the border

On the off chance that some readers don't peruse thoroughly the regular Arkansas Times weekly content arrayed around the periphery of the blog, please take note of Mara Leveritt's cover story this week on Ron Fields -- former Fort Smith prosecutor, former Arkansas attorney general and former top aide to Asa Hutchinson in some of the most sensitive security positions in, truly, the entire world thanks to his elevated jobs in the Homeland Security and Drug Enforcement Administration hierarchy.

Now we know why Huck fights on

Don't you think Mike Huckabee had to know the panty posse was hard at work on John McCain?

What...No Post-Game Boot Presentation?

Because Al Qaeda makes the cable programming decisions in the metro Atlanta area, I didn't get to see tonight's mauling of the hapless LSU Tigers.
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