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The Villages’ self-appointed enforcer returns to the Twitterati-set after a two week layoff, and off-putting self-embarassment, to do a a touchdown dance:

Because SOCIAL secretary of the District is her job, just ask her…or just wait and she’ll tell you.

And guess who wants to go to her parties and toss his keys in the bowl with the likes of Dana Milbank and Richard Cohen? No, not Harold Ford — but the man who allegedly does far more than stare at goats:

Mickey Kaus took out papers filed to run for U.S. Senate in California, he told LA Weekly. The Venice resident said he’ll run this year against Barbara Boxer for her seat.

And before you stop laughing…

Mickey Kaus draws Michael Barone's car keys

And in his Kausfiles blog, Kaus has quite the widely-read bully pulpit, with an estimated readership of as many as 30,000 people daily.

Oh, yes, the all powerful 30,000 visitors a day. Surely, he cannot be stopped!

(actual pic from here)

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Attaturk

In 1949, I decided to wrestle professionally, starting my career in Texas. In my debut, I defeated Abe Kashey, with former World Heavyweight boxing Champion Jack Dempsey as the referee. In 1950, I captured the NWA Junior Heavyweight title. In 1953, I won the Chicago version of the NWA United States Championship. I became one of the most well-known stars in wrestling during the golden age of television, thanks to my exposure on the Dumont Network, where I wowed audiences with my technical prowess. I was rumored to be one of the highest paid wrestlers during the 1950s, reportedly earning a hundred thousand dollars a year. My specialty was "the Sleeper Hold" and the founding of modern, secular, Turkey.

Oops, sorry, that's the biography of Verne Gagne with a touch of Mustafa Kemal.

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