Stuff You Can’t Make Up

Busy day–and week–for me.  Subbing for Bill Bennett this morning on the radio was fun, but three hours behind the mike is surprisingly tiring.  I don’t know how Bill and the rest of our radio heroes do this day after day, week after week.  My flight out to California at noon got bollixed up, so I’ve postponed my trip to tomorrow.  Lots of blogging to catch up on–I’ve got lots of items stacking up in my Power Line to-do folder.  I’ll try to get to more of them today.

But in the “you-can’t-make-this-stuff-up” department, driving home I flipped over to WMAL, Washington’s biggest talk station, where the news announcer relayed the finding from Amy Winehouse’s autopsy that she died from massive alcohol poisoning.  To find out more, he said, turn to our station’s website, wmal.com and click on “the buzz.”  The buzz?  Really?  Couldn’t they find a way to put this story somewhere else on their site?

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