If all goes well, I’ll have a fantastic guest on tonight’s Delivery Show. If all dos not go well, I have a few topics locked and loaded and, though I can’t promise I’ll bring the rant, I can’t not promise it either. More than likely, though, I’ll have a guest for the full hour, pending a confirmation or two. No, I won’t tell you who quite yet because that ball is still up in the air and the person I believe it till be may not be the person it actually will be. What I can say is that tonight’s potential guest has been on the show before and is very entertaining.

There. Cryptic enough? Trust me, you’ll enjoy whatever happens on the live show tonight.

And now, links!

  • Iowahawk is back at it again with another withering takedown of Paul Krugman. Actually, it’s a continuation of his original takedown, wherein he answers Krugman’s many feeble defenders. The results are just as brutal as the original, though.
  • Awww…isn’t that cute. Arianna Huffington’s unpaid dupes think they deserve a piece of the millions she reaped from all their hard work.
  • America really is broke, though you’ll have a very hard time convincing the New York Times of that fact.
  • Has Barack Obama created a brand new underclass? Signs say Yes.
  • Pat Austin takes us on a tour of Mardi Gras in Shreveport, LA. Cool stuff.
  • I’ve enjoyed the ongoing series of James Bond movie reviews at Big Hollywood. Here’s the most recent one, this time about You Only Live Twice.
  • The NHL will roll out a new ad campaign for the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs and I really like what I’ve seen of it so far. I also remember the Capitals/Islanders four-overtime game that is the subject of the second clip at the link. I watched it live and went to bed broken-hearted.
  • Guillermo del Toro’s celluloid rendition of At the Mountains of Madness is reportedly a go. Filming should start in June and the movie will star Tom Cruise. This is one of my favorite Lovecraft stories, so I very much hope del Toro hews at closely to the original as humanly possible. If he does, he’ll still get a very creepy horror adventure flick that will pack the theaters.


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One Response to “Clearing the Browser Tabs - Podcast Suspense Tuesday Edition”

  1. @MbernadetteE says:

    I thank you, if only because I hadn't heard about the NHL Stanley Cup ad plan, and now I have (and seen the clips).

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