The NYT notes that the blogosphere is a abuzz debating Stephen Colbert’s roasting of the prez at the White House Correspondent’s Association dinner. Not us. We barely have time to link to the transcript. It took the Paper of Record four days to get the story out. We should get some slack.
The Kaavya Viswanathan plagiarism scandal continues on without any additional piling on by us. Just because she had a book deal and got into Harvard does not necessarily make us bitter. The list of books the young author may have borrowed from seems to grow daily, but we have no time to be smug. However, I, for one, plan to make the time to participate in the TMN “Sloppy Seconds With Opal Mehta” Contest.
And I really have no time to comment on Brad and Angelina starring in the Atlas Shrugged movie. I will pause briefly, however, to reaffirm my position that Ayn Rand can suck eggs. >> I’ll also find a few moments to update this post to point out that #54 on Esquire’s 59 Things That a Man Should Never Do Past 30 is read The Fountainhead. It is also on the list of things that he should not do past the age of one. Take that, Ayn.