Tweet of the Day, This Man Is A Batman.

He may be an Adam West Batman, but dagnabbit: there have been worse versions to wear the cape and cowl.  The bad guys didn’t get away, which is the important thing.  Also: this really needs the Batman 1966 fight music.  It REALLY needs it.

DC news organization car robbed… while parked at anti-robbery press conference.

This is not irony: …well, maybe it is. “An ABC7 News car was broken into while the crew was attending a press conference held by D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and Police Chief Cathy Lanier to discuss a Task Force created to fight robberies.” Well, maybe it’s not: I’m really not sure. Apparently the robber did a smash and grab while the mayor and police chief were right there: is there a brazenness exemption for irony?  Or a hold-in-utter-contempt exemption? Because both are on display, here.

Via Memeorandum.

Moe Lane

PS: I suspect that every cop in DC is going to be looking for this particular so-and-so. Or will at least give a nice payout to whoever gives him up.

#rsrh Interesting string of House break-ins, ‘burglaries.’

The National Journal, on a rash of people stealing stuff out of Congressional offices:

“The evidence points to someone with access to my office, and other offices in the Capitol complex, as the perpetrator,” freshman Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., surmised in a letter to the House’s Office of the Chief Administrative Officer.

Other offices hit—many of which handle information dealing with issues of national security, though nothing of a sensitive nature was reportedly taken—include those of Reps. Jerry Lewis, R-Calif., and Jon Runyan, R-N.J.; the Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security; and the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Verrrrrrry interesting.

Those looking for some common link might note that Lewis serves on Appropriations; Gowdy sits on Oversight; and Runyan is a member of the Armed Services Committee.

Well, some other common link.  I need hardly point out the most obvious one, yes? Continue reading #rsrh Interesting string of House break-ins, ‘burglaries.’