Friday, May 05, 2006


I'm coining a new word here: to malk. It's a transitive verb, eg: "She really malked that one out of the park." It means to put up a blog post that refutes a blog post you put up within the previous 24 hours. Here is an example:

By Michelle Malkin · May 05, 2006 11:13 AM

- Watch us make fun of the moonbats crying about "The Colbert Cover-up" over at Hot Air. Tinfoil hats optional!

Haha. Those unhinged wacko conspiracy theorists! Now look at this previous post:

By Michelle Malkin · May 04, 2006 05:12 PM

***scroll for of another Kennedy crash two weeks ago in Rhode interesting observation below about Kennedy's "going for a vote" Roll Call reporter...***

***1000pm EDT update...Kennedy blames sleep medication...RWV notes another weird Kennedy accident...7am EDT update 5/ he was drinking***

And then she.. yes... checks the kerning on the police report!
Check out Rep. Kennedy's handwriting!

Jason Smith compares that scrawl with Kennedy's normal penmanship:

Take that unhinged moonbats! You go ahead with your tinfoil-hat conspiracy theories! Me and my crowd of followers will check the forensic evidence! We watch CSI, we know what we're doing!

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