sensiblestupidity says: Colbert is (supposedly) on tumblr- on the 4th of July, a tumblr account claiming to be Colbert's official tumblr was created and started posting. Can't say I know its url though
» SFB says: I had not heard this, and considering there are about three bajillion (generally great) Colbert fan sites on Tumblr, this seems like a tough needle to pull out of the hay; can anyone verify? Say, Comedy Central? — Ernie @ SFB
18:53 // 7 months ago
I’m about to live through one of the scariest moments of my life. Just doing my best to focus and be grateful for a job that constantly challenges me. This is going to be a disaster. YOLO.
You’ll be fine, dude! Just give Colbert crap about not being on Tumblr and you’ll be cooler than Robert Wexler.
18:12 // 7 months ago
Exclusive from St. Andrews (SC) Patch.
Suggestion to the campaign manager: Call her brother up.
15:10 // 1 year ago
Talk show host Stephen Colbert is South Carolina voters’ preferred candidate to replace Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), according to a new poll by the Democratic Public Policy Polling.
The Comedy Central host, who’s openly lobbied for the seat, leads a field where the rest of the names are Republicans: 20 percent of voters want South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) to appoint him to DeMint’s seat when the senator resigns from Congress.
Some of the other names that Colbert was up against include Rep. Trey Gowdy (14%), former South Carolina First Lady Jenny Sanford (11%), former South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster (8%) and former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford (8%). Don’t get us wrong. We know that Stephen has a snowball’s chance in hell of actually being tapped by Gov. Haley. This certainly won’t do anything to end rumors that the comedian is considering a run for the Senate seat in 2014 though.
15:30 // 1 year ago