Tuesday morning talkers: Trump's crazy letter to Vanity Fair and scary video from the Japanese tsunami

April 12, 2011|By Luke Broadwater

On weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation.


• The gift that keeps on giving: Trump's crazy letter to Vanity Fair. (Vanity Fair) 

• Orwell was so right about everything: Thermal cameras in Boston show too much. (CBS) 

• Glad I went to private school: Chicago public school bans homemade lunches. (Chicago Tribune) 

• Thank God you live in America (except Boston or Chicago): French veil ban goes into effect. (Reuters) 

• This (strangely) makes me like him more: DC mayor arrested while protesting spending cuts. (Politico) 

• Shocker: Trump blames (surprise!) Obama for high oil prices. (CNBC) 

• Snooze cruise: Romney announces exploratory committee and does so with dignity. (Washington Post)

• Fastest legislator on earth: Olympian Carl Lewis to run for senate in New Jersey. (AP)  

• Botch! Conde Nast recommends vacation in Libya. (Gawker) 

Local - Final Day of Maryland General Assembly

• Booze about to get more expensive. (Baltimore Sun) 

• Illegal immigrants to get in-state tuition, if Gov. O'Malley signs bill. (Baltimore Sun) 

• If you're sick, you soon could be able to smoke weed. (Baltimore Sun) 


• Shocking video of people trying to outrun the Japanese tsunami: 

• Now that's engineering: Gubbmint Motors' Chevy Cruze steering wheels fall off: 

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