Santorum's wife authored children's book on good manners, with foreword by Joe Paterno, blurb by Bono

This is not a joke. Ethan Persoff, archivist of weirdo ephemera and "comics with problems," tells Boing Boing:

In 2011 Rick Santorum insulted the planet by comparing traditional marriage to a napkin. But did you know he ALSO wrote a short piece of fiction about "the birth of the napkin" in 2003? And to add further humor: This same book contains an endorsement of the Santorums from Bono of U2, and includes a foreword on "decent manners with children" by Joe Paterno.

Look inside "Karen Santorum's Dirty Book on Manners" at Ethan's website, and you can buy a copy on Amazon. One wonders if future printings will scrub the reference to Paterno (and if the Bono endorsement will stay?) Read the rest

Sandusky legal sarcasm fail

Jerry Sandusky's defense lawyer tried to brush off reporters who wanted to know about the eyewitness accounts of his client raping children. Counsel Joe Amendola told reporters who believed this testimony, "I suggest you dial 1-800-REALITY." That turns out to be the number of a phone-sex line. Read the rest
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