Friday, October 17, 2003

Separated at birth?


Will Ferrell of Saturday Night Live fame and Harris Whitbeck, CNN correspondent.

Jeffrey Toobin.

I'M NEW AT USEING A BLOG AND I DON'T KNOW HOW TO PUT PICTURES ON LIKE ANN AND GUAVA DO, BUT I SEE THIS GUY JEFF TOOBIN ON CNN A LOT. HE'S THE LEGAL ANALYST. I JUST WANTED TO KNOW IF YOU LIKED HIM AND I WANTED TO SEE IF I COULD FIGURE OUT HOW TO USE THIS BLOG AT INFOHUNKS. GUAVA, I'M A FAN OF YOUR SITE AND ANN'S TOO. I THINK JEFF IS DOING A GOOD JOB AND I THOUGHT I WOULD PUT HIM UP HERE CAUSE YOU DON'T HEAR MUCH ABOUT HIM. SO HERE HE IS ---JEFF TOOBIN . I'LL JUST GIVE SOME LINKS TO STORIES AND PICTURES OF HIM.

Legal Analyst on Good Morning America
http://www.wchstv.com/abc/gma/jeffreytoobin.html

Jeffrey Toobin Headlines Discussion of Media Coverage of Iraq War
http://www.slu.edu/readstory/newsinfo/3020

Toobin: Pledge ruling likely 'dead on arrival'
http://www.cnn.com/2002/LAW/06/26/toobin.pledge.cnna/

Jeffrey Toobin, Hypocrite
http://www.kausfiles.com/archive/index.01.07.00.html

Tuesday, October 14, 2003

Russert rules.


Slate has put out some rules (How To Beat Tim Russert, Get inside his head and shake vigorously) for presidential candidates who have to face Tim Russert on Meet the Press, a show that he may be hosting for a long time given his 12-year contract with NBC.
1) Prepare for a Hostile Interrogation

Tim Russert is heavily invested in the friendly Irishman persona, all smiles and sincere, direct questions. But he is not your friend: He wishes your destruction on his show. But don't play defense on Meet the Press—it will only make you look defensive. Stay cool and poised, as David Duke did, and play offense by pushing Russert's toughest questions back at him.
Interesting stuff, but I have to admit it wasn't his work on Meet the Press that first caught my interest.

Back in November 2000, when NBC was the only network I had good tv reception for, I stayed up late like so many other people waiting for the presidential election results. We bonded with Tim as the night wore on and he continued to mark up his small white board and erase it over and over again.

He may be the only InfoHunk with a famous prop. He seems to know the value of a good prop too, having been spotted with that white erase board during a Notre Dame speech, and having been spotted signing the personal white boards that his fans bring him with permanent ink. Ok, I haven't actually read that last part anywhere, but I bet it's true. :)

Tim is one of those InfoHunks that I've never seen on tv without a suit and tie, so I was surprised to find this image of Tim...in the pink.

Does Tim Russert belong on the sexy chubby list? I suppose it all depends on how you define chubby, or sexy.

Monday, October 13, 2003

Poetry For Bill by Ann & Joy

Ann Stewart: I was wondering if you crossed bred Bill with an insect, which insect or what insect would it be? Do you think he would make a cute Billy Butterfly or nice cute daddy long legs?

If Bill was a bug,
I’d roll him in my rug.
That’s right,
a bed bug, I’d like to bite.
If he was a ant,
he could crawl in my pants.
I wouldn’t mind a sting,
that could be a good thing.
Oh if Bill was a bug,
That I could just love.
by Ann

BILL FLOATS MY BOAT.
HE TOTES MY NOTE
HE DINGS MY DANG.
HE KICKS MY CAR.
HE RUNS MY RACE.
I LOVE HIS FACE
I SMELL HIS AIR
AND I LOVE HIS HAIR
I DIG HIS EYES
I'D EAT HIS FRIES
I'D KISS HIS ASS
I'D CLEAN HIS GLASS
I'D COOK HIS FOOD
I'D GIVE HIM THE MOON
I CAN'T THINK OF ANYTHING ELSE
I CAN'T KISS BILL SO I'LL HAVE TO KISS MYSELF

HOW'S THAT FOR A POEM GOLDIE?
by Joy

Sunday, October 12, 2003

A Open to the Public People Talk Blog

Listen ladies there’s a new blog out where Patty can talk about Dan Abrams and Sindhu can talk about Dr. Gupta and Joy can talk about Wolf Blitzer, Bill Hemmer, and Ash-Har or you can just talk about anything or anybody including Infohunks. Just click on the link below or go to blogger and the username is “PeopleTalk” and password is “talk” I will be trying to get the blog upgraded for pictures soon too. So please feel free to post there folks.



Read what I posted on it at my blog.

Thankyou so much
Ann Stewart
Site Editor

Public posting.

Hi this is Guava but this post will be signed as a guest poster. I'm testing out the new username: guestofguava and password:infohunks. I think that writing instructions on how to create a public account in the previous post sort of inspired me to bring it back. Not to mention the two or three of you who mentioned missing it.

So it's back and of course I'd love you to post about InfoHunks. Just keep in mind the following:

1) Don't "create a new blog" for yourself with this guest account. I'll delete it. I bet that sounds mean but really, why would you want a personal site that I have complete control over? Blogger is free and you can sign up for a personal account anytime.

2) If they can get the milk for free, why would they want to visit your blog? If you have a site and want people to see something you've written or made about an InfoHunk, consider posting a seductive link or two to get people to go there instead of reposting it here in its entirety.