Wilbon Stricken – Maxim Super Bowl Party Said To Be Unaffected

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In all seriousness, here’s wishing for a very speedy recovery for the Washington Post’s Michael Wilbon, who reportedly underwent an angioplasty on Sunday in Arizona. Regardless of your feelings for Wilbon, if you consider that Dan Le Batard is a mere heartbeat away from being Tony Kornheiser’s daily foil on “PTI”, right now is a very appropriate time to say a silent prayer of thanks for advances in modern medicine.

3 responses to “Wilbon Stricken – Maxim Super Bowl Party Said To Be Unaffected”

  1. Greg D. says:

    Since when did Wilbon go to the Washington Times?

  2. GC says:

    since this man BOUGHT HIS SOUL

  3. David Roth says:

    Rev. Run doesn’t look so scary in that picture. More so in this description, from the Washington Post in 2004 about his weird “coronation” BY CONGRESS:

    More than a dozen lawmakers attended a congressional reception this year honoring the Rev. Sun Myung Moon in which Moon declared himself the Messiah and said his teachings have helped Hitler and Stalin be “reborn as new persons.”

    At the March 23 ceremony in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, Rep. Danny K. Davis (D-Ill.) wore white gloves and carried a pillow holding an ornate crown that was placed on Moon’s head. The Korean-born businessman and religious leader then delivered a long speech saying he was “sent to Earth . . . to save the world’s six billion people. . . . Emperors, kings and presidents . . . have declared to all Heaven and Earth that Reverend Sun Myung Moon is none other than humanity’s Savior, Messiah, Returning Lord and True Parent.”

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