In an article today about the Cartoon Network promotional stunt turned bomb scare in Boston, the Post displayed the factual inaccuracy and lack of imagination that characterizes much of the tabloid's reporting. In describing the audience of the cartoon show the supposed 'bombs' (actually magnetic lightboxes) were meant to be promoting, the stunningly erroneous article had this to say:
The "bombs" were part of a promotion for the late-night cartoon show "Aqua Teen Hunger Force." The show is geared toward the Doritos-munching insomniac stoner crowd.
If only one could simultaneously be an insomniac and a stoner! We'd stand a chance of making it all the way through an entire episode of the Colbert Report once in a while.