Goodness. We could go on for days about how strange this week has been. No power for 800 years. Then it kinda came back. Michael Willner gave us internets again. Then we lost electricity. Then it came back and now we don’t have water! And we hear LG&E could be jacking rates up to 65%.
We are now at a coffee shop we aren’t familiar with but everyone knows us or whatever. WEIRD. Maybe we’ll get some stalkers soon.
May we move in* with you?
Is anyone going to IdeaFestival? Check out the schedule. Let us know what we absolutely should not miss. Also, we may have an extra pass if anyone is interested. [Idea Festival, LEO’s Schedule of Events]
For real. This Mischler-Stumbo thing is getting out of hand. Could someone explain the law to this woman and maybe get her to stop with her fancy conspiracies? [More WTF]
Ronnie Ellis: Obama’s decision to abide by public financing was conditional. Please include all the facts when you’re telling a story. As a journalist, even when you’re tasked with editorializing, at least deal with the facts. Please. Selectively leaving them out when you’re a journalist serves no one. [News and Tribune]
Margaret Cho, known homosexual sympathizer and non-Republican, will be in Louisville or something. It’s all the gays can talk about. We’re indifferent or whatever. But here’s an interview LEO did with her a few days ago. [LEO]
Here ya go. Check it. Jim Bunning says the free market is dead. Dead dead dead. [Trey Pollard]
Some Republican hack (Alex Roarty?) for the right-wing Politicker is recycling the silly NRSC video of two rogue Lunsford supporters. It’s so awkward watching that company fall apart and lose credibility when they allow out-of-staters to write about Kentucky like they know something. They need to stick to allowing Trey Pollard to cover Kentucky politics. [Politicker]
Oh, in this fancy web poll from one of those terrorist foreigner newspapers, 100% of folks say the U.S. President should be able to run a company. That silly Carly Fiorina totally shot John McCain’s street cred wad. Heh. Poor Grampa. [The Guardian]
* – Only if you live in a trendy neighborhood.