It was plainly obvious to me that she stormed out. However, many people thought that I "smeared" Lynne Cheney and insisted that she did not storm off at the end. Since the majority thought I was wrong, I changed the title.
This caused heated arguments over the threads.
I still contend that she stormed off, and I felt vindicated by a skit on the Daily Show the very next day. Jon Stewart not only addressed it--he had a funny skit of where Lynne went on the commercial break.
HA! I said. VINDICATION! Some of the readers were unconvinced, however, and told me that the Daily Show probably did that skit because of my recommended diary. RIGHT! Like Jon Stewart or his writers would ever read one of my freakin' diaries!! YOU LOST< I WON, DEAL WITH IT!
Then I noticed these emails in my inbox. Just now.
A representative from the Daily Show contributed links the day I posted the diary that were meant for me to post in order for viewers to draw their own conclusions.
Then, the next day, Michelle Shildkret of 360i "on behalf of Comedy Central" forwarded me a skit the MOMENT it aired on the Daily Show:
I wrote you yesterday, sending over the interview vids from Lynne Cheney’s appearance.
Due to the controversy surrounding her departure, The Daily Show has just released footage of what happened during the commercial break:
I hope that clears everything up for you and your readers. Indecision 2008 always aims to set the record straight. Please let me know if I can send over anything else.
Thanks so much!
360i on behalf of Comedy Central
OKAY, the writers did notice the diary--and apparently decided to do a skit about it.
Wow. I need to learn to check my email more often.