For those looking for a respite from politics, head over to the ongoing car wreck that is the back-and-forth between Reason's Nick Gillespie and former Web Editor Tim Cavanaugh over at Jewcy.
From Cavanaugh's latest bits:
Who will be the first editorial cartoonist to work the infamous picture of Jerry on the Heritage Island waterslide into a cartoon of him watersliding his way…into Heaven? And a more important question: Where will Richard Paul find acting work now? And the most important question of all: Why didn't I know that Richard Paul died nine years ago?
Leave Jerry Falwell to Heaven: I mourn for Richard Paul!
From Gillespie's reply:
Do you still remember the '90s, Tim? A time when you, like Emilio Estevez, could dream that your best work was still ahead of you? Or maybe just that your worst work was behind you? I don't know when the '90s started exactly-probably some time after Time's Karen Tumulty reported on George H.W. Bush buying those tube socks at J.C. Penney-but I know they ended definitively when Newt Gingrich took Wendy the Snapple Lady as his fifth wife.