Breakfast of corned beef hash with a sliced leek plus an Anaheim pepper and about a quarter of a big red bell pepper: add a little hot sauce and yum!
Looking for anything on the Big Three networks about the Million Veteran March: nothing. No current local stories that Google can find, either, just a very few "day-before" pieces and here in Indy, coverage of a local veteran's rally with a hundred and fifty-plus participants. Radio silence from D.C. Not unexpectedly. Gil Scott-Heron later said he was being metaphorical; the reason "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised," was because it had to happen in your own mind before it could begin to happen in the outside world. Someone forgot to explain that to the traditional media. (Who seem to have found a similar "revolution" more to their liking to televise, to the extent they're saying anything at all.)
Hey! Here's some coverage. H'mm, Sarah Palin -- that's another reason why there's "no story" for the big networks.
Update: CNN did cover it and predictably zeroed in on the most off-the-wall comments. But look at the crowd in the photo -- pretty sure they beat my Iron Law of Respondents.
Update 2: March organizers respond to the CNN piece.
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