Michael Savage + The New Yorker = What the Hell?
"I'm reading as a kid now in college, and I'm seeing there's Profiles," he said, as quoted on a NewYorker.com blog. "I'm going to go back now to the early list. Profiles of people done by The New Yorker in the times I was in college.Federico Fellini, 1965; Bob Dylan, 1964; Albert Einstein, 1973 [part I and part II]; Dizzy Gillespie, 1990; Mort Sahl they profiled in 1960; Stanley Kubrick is profiled in 1966; Buckminster Fuller is profiled in 1966 .... One of my favorite Profiles was of a guy you never hear of named Joe Gould, who was a well-known Greenwich Village bohemian. I loved that Profile so much, it actually stayed with me for ages, for some reason."
If this passion continues growing between Savage and his purported left-wing enemies, could we see a return to a 1970s version of normalcy, when Savage -- still known as Michael Wiener -- was struggling to gain entrance to San Francisco's North Beach Bohemia by writing graphic love notes to his idol, Ginsberg?
Given all the loving and kissing going on right now between Savage and the left, it seems but a matter of time before the radio talker will be offering the services of his talented lips to, say, Michael Moore.