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From the Notebook

Twins Podcast is live tonight at 8pm CT. The Call-in number is 646-652-4947

-Did an interview with King Banaian and Michael Brodkorb on the NARN Final Word show. Big thanks to them for having me on the show. We discussed the Burger Tour and a little politics. Podcasts of the interview should be available on Townhall.com. I was on the second (4 o’clock) hour of the show at the bottom of the hour.

-Really enjoyed this modern take on Hamlet, despite the fact everyone was Irish, the production values were subpar and all of the great Hamlet soliloquies were in Gaelic.

-Saw the Angelina Jolie movie “Wanted” at a cheap theatre. Not bad. Not great, not good. Just not bad. The movie attempted a sort of Martin Scorsese-like sociopathology to it but failed. Worth three bucks though.

-For anyone who hasn’t heard yet, I was very excited to hear about Sarah Palin, as I wrote about her over a month ago and suggested she’d be nearly the ideal pick for McCain.

Update: Already Gabcasting–

Gabcast! On The Road Podcasts #15


-Got to finally meet Mr.D. at the State Fair the other day. Good guy.

-The comment policy at my website has changed, possibly temporarily. Anything non-constructive (especially anonymous snark) will be deleted at my discretion. Normally this is an everything goes but slurs and slanders website, but some recent comments have gotten me to reconsider my open comment policy. Regular insulting commenters (like plebe) will still be tolerated.

-I’m just going to keep one notebook post open everyday during the convention for my short takes on the proceedings. Longer essays will become their own posts. I’ll try to make it so there’s only one or two posts per day.


One Response

  1. you are quite the prognosticator!

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