News happens, Twitter responds, humor emerges. Today, as Bush's media tour continues, prompting reflections on his presidency (read: it was all about Kanye), Twitter responded in kind by musing about the ex-decider. And, of course, whatever happened to scurry across their desk or pop up on The New York Times homepage.
So the nation can finally move on, let the Bush-Kanye healing begin...
So apparently the Bush presidency was all about disagreements with Kanye West. Did anything else happen?
...which means, of course, the end is nigh.
When aliens pick thru the remains of our society, they will cite the attention paid by US presidents to Kanye West as a turning point
Kanye, for one, knew all along that the Bush's presidency was about him
Yo I really wonder if Matt Lauer thought that shit was cool to play the "MTV" clip while I was speaking about Bush?
But even he knows his limits
I don't mess with Matt Lauer or the Today Show ... and that's a very nice way for me to put it!
Meanwhile, Jack Shafer finds a winner for his "What Should Lou Dobbs Show Be Called" contest
Tagline for Dobbs show from @tolles: "We deport, you decide".
Pourmecoffee may not have considered voters writing in 'Lisxzqq Murkwrwfcvplski' for Senate
The key to good Murkowski-counting is unwavering commitment to originalist spelling. I just don't have it.
NY Times' David Carr flirts with Tina Brown's alter ego
let's just admit that @TheTinaBeast 's Twitter handle is intrinsically provocative and vaguely naughty.
Something just scurried across a ProPublica intern's desk...
Breaking: There's a mouse in our newsroom! On the 23rd floor.
And, if you haven't seen this, please click on the embedded pic:
For those who missed the greatest nytimes.com homepage, here's a screen grab: http://yfrog.com/n48gp
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