November 05, 2005

Colossus radio

Don't forget that today, Nov. 5th, Ken and Stephen from Blogolution, Joe Walther from The True Facts and yours truly will be on WILM 1450 AM news radio from 9pm to 10pm. It'll be an "anniversary" of sorts -- one year since host Wendy Levine first invited us on the air.

You can listen via the WILM site stream if you're out of radio range. And if you have absolutely nothing better to do on a Saturday night!

And best of all, it's free! ;-)

Posted by Hube at November 5, 2005 09:00 PM | TrackBack

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Hube, will Jason from the Bun... Oh that's right! No one ever visited his site, making it completely irrelevant his comments.
I'll be sure to check it out.

Posted by: Chris T. at November 3, 2005 07:37 PM

So you're not coming to the panel discussion next week Hube??? ;-)

Dana and I will miss you!

Posted by: MIke M. at November 3, 2005 07:40 PM

LOL... well, maybe you'll miss me, Mike....!

If someone else was on that panel (like you, for instance!), I might find the urge to attend. But alas... ;-)

Posted by: Hube at November 3, 2005 07:47 PM

Hube, will Jason from the Bun...

At times I feel like Jane Goodall peering into a Chimp community. You guys live in a fantasy world. A 30% weird distopia where Paris Hilton pays too much in taxes, and I once had a blog called Bun..., and was named Neil, and blowing the identity of covert agents is not a big deal, provided you are doing it to further the poltical aims of the RNC, and any government action other than war or giving out corporate welfare is tantamount to socialism.

Fortunately some conservatives are still connected to reality. William F. Buckley comes to mind.

“In the swirl of the Libby affair, one loses sight of the real offense, and it becomes almost inapprehensible what it is that Cheney/Libby/Rove got themselves into. But the sacredness of the law against betraying a clandestine soldier of the republic cannot be slighted.”

I don't imagine you'll be talking about the Buckley piece on the radio. Better keep to topics that make sense in the bizzaro-world of the Delaware-wingnutosphere, like how "Machiavellian" you are.

Posted by: Jason at November 4, 2005 09:04 AM

Maybe so, Rudy Russo!

Posted by: Hube at November 4, 2005 05:56 PM

Isn't there a way to keep the moronic Jason from this site? And for the new words he comes up with - sophomoric. He's an insult to all loyal democrats.

Posted by: Joy at November 5, 2005 10:18 AM


I'm sure they are working on some way to keep me from this site.

In the meantime, you and Hube might be interested to know that tantamount is not one of my creations. It means "essentially equal to something" as in "Tom Delay's statement was tantamount to an admission of guilt."

Posted by: Jason at November 5, 2005 12:31 PM

Jason. We could "ban" you anytime we wished. And/or delete any of your comments anytime we wish. It hardly requires "work."

Now, back to your huckstering...

Posted by: Hube at November 5, 2005 01:25 PM

Interesting word choice bro. Huckstering.

Is it "huckstering" to point you to the truth once in a while? Or are the hucksters Kellogg, Brown & Root? You know that they charged $208 million to the Iraqi government for contracting work that it did not do. Right?

Yes. Huckstering is all the craze right now. I think you are onto something.

Posted by: Jason at November 5, 2005 01:51 PM

Must be a slow day, eh Russo?

Posted by: Hube at November 5, 2005 01:56 PM

BTW, this reading should keep you occupied if work is slow.

Posted by: Hube at November 5, 2005 01:58 PM

Thanks for the link. I like the story headlined:

Carter: White House Manipulated Iraq Intel

The Bush Administration's prewar claims that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction were "manipulated, at least" to mislead the American people, former President Jimmy Carter said Wednesday.

The decision to go to war was the culmination of a long-term plan to attack Iraq that resulted from the first President Bush not taking out Saddam, Carter said on NBC's "Today" show.


Even the right-wing rag, the Weekly Standard is getting it. Why do you want to be the last one on the bus?

BTW - Who is Russo? Another of your fantasy world evil foes?

Ciao, until monday. Don't miss me too much.

Posted by: Jason at November 5, 2005 02:18 PM

Man, you don't know who Russo is? I figured he'd be your idol!

Posted by: Hube at November 5, 2005 04:39 PM

Hube....good job on wilm! Nice 'jabs' at the news urinal and their idiotic ghetto icon crap and good airplay on the dopey letter of the the way, where is this weeks?

Posted by: schmitt at November 5, 2005 09:58 PM


Good show. Thanks for the shoutout.

Posted by: PolitaKid at November 5, 2005 10:06 PM

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