"I'm waiting to hear the words 'I was wrong' from some of the world's most elite journalists…" —People are still harping on that Iraq war thing, which was like more than 5 iPhones ago. Can't we just Move On?
"As art tends to require the passage of time, it could also be that Scarborough's song is just the first in a series of more reflective cultural examinations of the last 10 years. Such works cannot change the last decade, cannot bring back brave soldiers, but they can offer hope that the years will bring greater understanding. As Scarborough concludes: 'At the end of the hour / When I'm drained of all power / I still find the reason to believe.'" —UH, TV TALKING HEAD JOE SCARBOROUGH WROTE A 9/11 SONG. (He used to be a lawyer in a band, you know, back in the day.) And THEN [...]
Liesl Schillinger's Styles-cover-worthy rundown of the "morning-news-romcom-vérité" relationship between Mika Brzezinski and her Morning Joe foil Joe Scarborough, which was illustrated with a gigantic version of the Leg Show-worthy shot at left, not only refers to the anchor asÂ "Doris Day with a tan and killer abs" and quotes a reader e-mail in which she is told that she "looks like a Peep." No, it really goes there with multiple quotes attesting to the coupley bona fides of Joe n' Mika from none other than Nora Ephron: