Thursday, July 19, 2012

Mmmm. That burn sauce tastes so sweet.

The really great part of this story starring Connie Schultz is realizing that even though he is unnamed, the wingnut Citizen Journamalist nonetheless has totally pulled his blankie over his couch cushions pillow fort. Expect not to see him for, oh, let's say ten news cycles.

(h/t: rickmaci/Wonkville)

5 comments:

Uncle Ebeneezer said...

Yes, I almost posted about that story as well. I mean, you would at least think the concerned conservative would Google both of their names after seeing so many public displays of affection online and quickly see the connection. Ok, I guess it is silly of me to grant conservatives such benefit of logic...

toma said...

Speaking of PDA, Mittens' Twitter bra is stuffed full of sock-studs. The urban dude type. Who knew that 'Cleopatra' would dig the white bread? Insert minimal disdain somewhere here please, B.

Brendan Keefe said...

@Eb: Wingnut Citizen Journamalists are almost as bad as the MSM when it comes to an attitude of "rather be first than right."

@tome: LOL! I caught a whisper of this earlier. Very nice piece of digging on your part.

toma said...

Are these people silly, or what? I don't buy that people vote for president based on Twitter trivia. Then again, I'm no big money political consultant so what do I know.

Brendan Keefe said...

I think it's more like this: it's never any one thing, but rather, a bunch of things, some of which they hope will attract attention from some specific demographic subgroups, so that they have some things to point to on the next week of talk shows.

Or, put another way, this is the inevitable outcome of a bunch of suits having learned last week about that whole "going viral" thing.

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