Around the Horn

-Editor at defends Michael Richards racist tirade, saying that maybe the blacks in the crowd deserved it, and that the media is at fault. In other news, hires idiots to be their editors.

-Somebody named Tralfaz sent me this absolutely hilarious clip of Richard Simmons on Whose Line Is It Anyway. This is great. Every time I see Richard Simmons on TV, I think to myself, “Why am I not watching this guy every day?” Give this a talk show gig already! Damn!

-If you are going to make Nazi gingerbread men, don’t put them in a hardware store window. For future reference.

-This from the Daily News: Kensington/Northeast-reared comedian John Kensil’s been busy shooting television shows in Los Angeles, where he’s been living for about a year. Kensil recently did bits in “How I Met Your Mother,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine” and “King of Queens.”

He’ll also play a judge in the upcomingWill Ferrell movie “Blades of Glory,” due out in March. Kensil’s back in town, performing with fellow local comic Kevin Brennan at Helium (2031 Sansom) tonight through Saturday. For showtimes and tickets, check out

John is a buddy of mine (yeah, I’m name dropping. F-you, it’s my website) and a very funny man. I highly encourage you to check him out this week if you get a chance.