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Friday, July 15, 2011

Meghan McCain is in LR, looking for something to do

Posted By on Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 5:04 PM

Meghan McCain

Conservative blogger/daughter of a famous person Meghan McCain and liberal comedian and actor Michael Ian Black are in Little Rock as part of their "Stupid for America" book project. And they're looking for something to do.

Here's McCain's tweet a little while ago:

#StupidForAmerica has made it to Little Rock, what should we do to get a real taste of Arkansas tonight?!? Reccomendations tweeps??

The book, which publisher Da Capo describes as "Chelsea Handler meets Hunter S. Thompson on a political cannonball run across America," finds the pair traveling the country talking to everyday folks about politics.

Here's what local tweeps have suggested so far.

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