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December 17, 2005

It's a dark and stormy night at the Huffington Post

Nearly side-by-side, Al Franken and Air America co-founder Sheldon Drobny have columns at the HuffPost.

Stuart muses on candy. No, really. It's part of Arianna's attempt to leaven the leaden posts at HP with lighter fare (which, coincidentally, will probably trigger higher paying ads. That's just a coincidence I'm sure.)

I posted a comment, but I declined to say something about how good the Boys & Girls Club candy is. Feel free to have at it.

Drobny's post is a bit longer and even stranger. In fact, he's "sharing" Chapter 8 from his book The Road To Air America. It's entitled the "New Lost History Chapter", and it has something to do with the suppression of "liberal" values.

Super secret bit for regular BA readers: this is not a take-off on someone mentioned in this post.

UPDATE: Drobny provides yet another exposition, this time offering a "CORRECTION" on "Organized Religion and God". And, once again, I want to assure my regular BA readers that this did not inspire that super-secret link above.

Posted in StuartSmalley at December 17, 2005 03:28 PM


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