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Ann Coulter the new Medusa, maybe, but Deadhead?
Martini Republic's Joseph Mailander has been noticably mum about his tête à tête with best-selling author Ann Coulter.
Righty blogger Moxie, in a recent podcast said that maybe it was because he fell for her the same way she implied Mickey Kaus had.
As we wait for Joseph to fess up that he was smitten by the skinny blonde, we'll have to be happy with this summary which he emailed to LAist, "mostly we talked about Katie Couric (I brought her up, knowing she would be an entertaining hotspot), Williamsburg (the one in Brooklyn), and then, parenthetically, Mickey Kaus's non-recant of the Brentwood gang story (and Mr. Kaus was right there to vouch for his version)."
But the best take came from graduation girl Maia who kept it all in proper prospective,
Everyone got along quite well. My dad was enamored of Ann Coulter along with everybody else although my friend Julia refused to approach her. My friend Jose, who's also conservative happily took a picture with her. The funny moment came when my dog pooped on the game of life which cracked my father up a bit. It was a "metaphorical" moment. I think I did okay on the final exam of algebra I took today.
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