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* Heard on the Hill: Everyone thinks changing light bulbs is a bright idea...In the world of videogames, it seems unlikely that gerrymandering has the same draw of shooting hookers...Becoming a candidate for a seat in the senate just became as easy as applying for a spot on the McTeam with an online application courtesy of the Wyoming Republican Party's website...In this town, you never know who you are sharing a cab with. [Roll Call]


* Reliable Source: You don't need Scooby Doo to solve the mystery of President Bush's missing watch. His camp is insisting that he himself removed it and put it safely in his pocket. [WP]

* Yeas and Nays: Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) learns that she'll never shake the Little Debbie jokes...Even Antarctica is swarming with hipsters...Both Frank Rich and Lewis Black are coming to town for high school reunions... Carol Schwartz drives a fast car, too bad ass to care about expiration dates...Exactly what are the qualifications to become an expert on moral authority? [Examiner]

* Shenanigans: The Senate is divided on the subject of seersucker pants, with things expected to reach a boiling point on June 21: the annual Seersucker Thursday...When Elton John requests a piano, it doesn't guarantee that he intends to play it...There must have been ONE well stocked bar... Bill Clinton discusses the possibility of Al Gore running again in 08. [Politico]

* The Sleuth: Sen. Bob Bennett (R-Utah) insists that everyone was playing nice at President Bush's meeting with Senate Republicans -- except the pavement, that is. While no punches were thrown, Bush managed to zing Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.). [WP]

* Page Six: Al Sharpton meets Essie Mae Washington . [NYP]

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