Eliot Spitzer may be the only man in the history of Albany ever to pay for it, but compared to Anthony Weiner that doesn't seem pathetic at all.
The other day I saw a couple of guys with a Weiner sign carrying nominating petitions in front of Brooklyn Borough Hall.
"You want me to sign that thing?" I asked. "Yes" they replied enthusiastically.
Apologies for the staleness of some of the items. If it gets any worse, not even C-Town will stock them.
I’ve been otherwise occupied, and it’s been nearly three weeks since I’ve cleaned out my Facebook posts—not that there are many of them. FWIW, I’m doing it for posterity, since many have probably gone stale.
"Progressive" Palestinians propose the "Final Solution" to reactionary Zionism. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/168146#.UZoYHgEi-a8.facebook
Dateline: Hyde Park, NY
You gotta hand it to Dubya’s eye for talent.
After reading Andrea Peyser’s latest falafel-bash disguised as a screed against “political correctness,” I was tempted to joke that she may be the most successful developmentally disabled person in the State of New York.
Some weeks make me think of the Beatles; others the Clash. This week, it’s The Mothers of Invention:
Frank Bruni: "Had a Southern governor named Marcia Sanford been entangled with a Latin lover when reputedly hiking the Appalachian Trail, would she today be her part