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October 25, 2005

Political Humor

-- by Thomas Leavitt

Two new sites:

Spittle & Ink: The Weblog of Mark Spittle - good stuff, check out Judy Miller's "notes". :)

Schwarzenegger Street - an "alternative" to Sesame Street starting Arnie (instead of Earnie), and populated by creatures like Cheney the Constitution (eating) Monster, Bill O'Reilly the Grouch, etc., courtesy of Phil Angelides' campaign. I'd rate it three giggles out of five... just doesn't fully "gell" for me, although it produced a few snorts.

Posted by Thomas Leavitt at October 25, 2005 11:44 PM

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