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A writer and editor of this website from 2006 to early 2012, Ken Layne is occassionally seen on Twitter and writes small books and is already haunting you from beyond (your) grave.

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9 comments

  1. memzilla

    What a great idea!

    How about equal time, though: GoogleMaps for the Republitards.

    Pinpointing, say, all the doctors that prescribe oxycontin for Rush Limbaugh, or all the places where Mark Sanford sleeps with his mistresses.

  2. rereridiculous

    I even bet he drove on public streets from the White House to get to all these fancy restaurants! What a socialist.

  3. Dadaio

    Having finally been to the St. Louis pizza place that he ate at and had the owners come for a WH pizza party (Pi, two blocks from my house), I have to say that I can’t really trust their taste in anything. Granted, it’s better than the acrid mixture of vomit covered cardboard known as St. Louis style pizza, but it’s not as good as actual Chicago style for deep dish. Pointer’s Pizza is and always will be the best goddamn pizza in St. Louis.

  4. Bruno

    If the Terrorists ever get a copy of this map, they will be able to plot out their next attack. Because this is what they have been wanting today and the troops are out of Iraq meaning the threat level is double-red-star

  5. SayItWithWookies

    Sure, eat where the Obamas eat. But just try talking your way past the White House gates to get some of that kitchen garden arugula and you’ll find yourself jacked up against that cast iron fence faster than you can say radicchio. Or so I’ve heard.

  6. boatapple

    [re=352725]Dadaio[/re]: Oh you mean the ones that weigh about twenty pounds and have the sauce on top for some reason? You think more pizzas should be like that?

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