MITTMANIA -- Mitt Romney, stopping off in London on the first lap on his international tour, caught flack from Olympic officials as well as PM David Cameron after he expressed doubts that the Brits would carry off the games without a hitch. No doubt compounding his gaffe was his unwillingness to explain why he had one of Queen Elizabeth's beloved corgis strapped to the roof of his rental car.
FOSSIL REPORT -- Currently enjoying a surge in the advertiser-coveted 18 to 49 age group, late night hosts Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have re-upped with their employer Viacom for two more years. Former LN top dogs Leno and Letterman have literally been left in the dust. So far have they toppled, last week a woman was arrested for trying to sneak OUT of Letterman's house.
DIGITALIS -- Hospital emergency rooms nationwide were swamped by hordes of Twitterites seeking treatment after Twitter went down for over two hours citing technical problems. The patients were suffering from what doctors call "Twitdrawal," whose symptoms include tapping one's index finger uncontrollably on the nearest firm surface. Thankfully, each limited their wailing to 140 groans or less.
THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT -- Say what you will about Charlie Sheen's meltdown that cost him his "Two and a Half Men" gig, but the clean and sober version has donated $1 million to the USO to build an entertainment facility near Baltimore. And not just the building. Veterans who qualify for admission are assigned two bimbo "goddesses" paid for by Charlie.
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