So, I'm trying to recover from the rallies back at the Traveller's Motel on Richmond Highway when I get this email:
From: Robinson, Querry (NBC Universal, MSNBC)
Sent: Mon, Apr 19, 2010 11:13 am
Subject: MSNBC Interview request...
My name is Querry Robinson, and I work with MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews" in Washington, DC.
I am writing to request an interview with you regarding today's "Restore The Constitution" rally being held in Virginia today. We would love to have you join us right at about 5 pm ET for an interview if it works with your schedule.
Please give me a call at 202-885-4831 or email me when you get a moment to discuss further details.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Producer, "Hardball with Chris Matthews"
4001 Nebraska Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20016
W - 202-885-4831
So, I watch the show, which they did with Larry Pratt and Skippy Coryell, and then, in the morning, I sent this reply:
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; ldprattATgunowners.org; danieljalmond2004ATgmail.com; wrightstuff505ATyahoo.com; dcodreaAThotmail.com
Sent: Tue, Apr 20, 2010 6:38 am
Subject: Re: MSNBC Interview request...
I thought Skip and Larry acquitted themselves well, but I am not interested in a rigged, unequal shouting match with your boss. While we did extremely well in getting inside the left-collectivist media's head and using them for the generation of publicity, the event is over. Of course, one must also thank the philanderer-in-chief Bill Clinton as well for denouncing us so loudly and publicly. Surely George Soros who funds the Center for American Progress must be looking at that as another major waste of money.
All that being true, I must say that we couldn't have done it without MSNBC, especially Rachel Madcow. You were used. But, having used you, the Three Percenters have no further need for immediate contact. Get used to it. Sucks, I know. But as soldiers in Iraq often say (and my son is there on his third tour) "Embrace the suck."
Or, as Billy Jeff C. once told a woman, "You might want to put some ice on that."
The alleged leader of a merry band of Three Percenters