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For those of you scoring at home…

You can read this later, but for the rest of you, it appears that the current projected “rally tally” for the Stewart/Colbert get together in Washington will be high:

Comedy Central has ordered up 508 port-a-potties for its Saturday rally on the National Mall to be led by by hosts Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, suggesting organizers expect a crowd of 150,000 people.

Apparently you order one port-a-potty per 300 attendees. Which as a potential user strikes me as far too high. But still…

An estimated 87,000 people attended a rally organized by talk-radio host and Fox News commentator Glenn Beck Saturday in Washington

So comedians likely outdraw clown nearly two-to-one.

Meanwhile, how does one out-concern troll, America’s Concern Troll at his home base? Kudos to you Anne Applebaum, you truly have your finger on the pulse of America from your home in Warsaw.

And in other news, what low quality thugs is Rand Paul employing? No jackboots? You sir, are a stain upon your avocation.

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