September 23, 2012 7:44 PM
Andrew BreitbartGreat story and video about Andrew Breitbart. I miss him so much!
The year was 2011. It was roughly 178 degrees that summer in St. Louis. The event was the Smart Girls Summit. Andrew was there to speak. I was there to sing. Neither of us was a particularly smart girl. I was set up at a table in the bloggers' lounge when Andrew's eldest son entered. "Where's your Dad?" I said. He said "Starbucks," and then went on his way, apparently to find a 12-year-old smart girl of interest. I, on the other hand, quickly called Andrew: "You still at Starbucks?" He said "Yeah, you want something?" And I said "a grande non-fat latte with two equals."
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Thanks for posting this, Barbara, I miss him too.
Posted by: Lily | September 24, 2012 7:56 AM
Funny story, thanks for sharing. I still find it hard to believe that he is gone. My heart breaks for the family he left behind, but I am also sad for the conservative movement. He was such a positive force and could have done so much more to bring conservatives (especially in Hollywood) out of the closet, if given more time.
Posted by: April C. | September 27, 2012 8:24 AM