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Wonkette's Week in Review: Tucker Should've Just Stripped
On September 11th we innocently suggested that no one cares where you were on September 11th. Your "I was in my dorm room with my roommate in Tallahassee watching television" tale, however gripping, is 5 years dusty and still not different from that of millions of other Americans. This inspired an unpleasantly earnest comment thread. Touchy subject.
We can all agree, of course, that we miss Cipro .
Tom Cruise was in DC with blood in his entrails, Katie Holmes, and Baby Suri.
This week in voter fraud: the electronic voting machines made it to Friendship Heights in time for the MD primary, but not the swipe cards you need to activate them. Voters tried Tiffany and Saks cards before resorting to provisional ballots.
After a terrible start , Tucker Carlson was the first guy voted offDancing With the Stars. We will do a lot of things to entertain you, dear reader, but we are glad not to watch this show anymore. Best of luck to hot mama A.C. Slater.
G. Gordon Liddy was on NBC's "Celebrity Fear Factor." He lost to Leif Garrett. In other great American TV this week, Jerry Springer and Tucker Carlson had a frowning contest.
If you enable terrorism, think you might have enabled terrorism, or feel guilty for a reason not at all related to terrorism, then you should kill yourself. Oprah will tell your story, Dr. Phil will berate your parents.
Borat almost caused a diplomatic crisis, unless he did and then everyone just denied it out of embarrassment.
George Allen's Democratic challenger Jim Webb referred to a woman midshipman as "thunder thighs" in 1979. Or at least, someone says he said this. Allen tries to run with it, accidentally almost comes out in favor of women in combat, gets lost in tangled web of gender roles.
Senator Allen also had an "Ethnic Rally."
We all mourned the senseless murder of Precious.