1 WANTING TO WORK FOR THE STRANGEST BOSS IN THE WORLD Either Brandy Exner thinks she’s going to have a career in porn or she’s already spent the millions she thinks she’ll make being the first to tell TMZ.com and the National Enquirer about Charlie Sheen’s fatal overdose. (Leader-Post)

2 FOUR THOUSAND YEAR OLD PLAY HASN’T LOST ITS CAPACITY TO OUTRAGE I guess being a member of the Poundmaker First Nations council means you also have the opportunity to be the chief literary critic. (Star-Phoenix)

3 LIAR LIAR, STEPHEN HARPER’S PANTS ON FIRE The problem with being a psychotic politician, as Stephen Harper appears to be, is that you always leave behind traces of your former psychotic life, as the CBC tells about how coalitions were peachy keen in Harper’s universe in 1999. As long as HE was part of the coalition … (CBC)

4 IN OTHER NEWS, BEARS YOU KNOW WHAT IN THE WOODS A senior executive of Fox News reveals that they just make stuff up. (Crooks And Liars)

5 AND ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS IS THE WORK OF SATAN A Montana state legislature demands the repeal of drunk-driving legislation because it hurts small businessmen. Like him. Complete like a picture that looks suspiciously like a mugshot. (The Lowdown)

6 I GUESS IT WASN’T JUST ME An Australian study says that one third of women cry after sex. Is it because they slept with Australian men? (LiveScience)

AND NOW YOUR MUSICAL MOMENT OF ZEN The Iron City Houserockers, from Pittsburgh, were one of those heartland rockers that mined the Bruce Springsteen/John Mellencamp territory in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Their best album was their second, Have a Good Time But Get Out Alive, released in 1980. This is the title track, from a reunion concert at the Pittsburgh Hard Rock Café in 2005. (YouTube — as Embedding has been disabled by request of the original poster, you’ll have to click on this link manually. It’s worth it.)