Tweets of the Week

Compiled by @marseniuk

@loveyousave Snooki on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. This, ladies & gents, is officially the day the music died.

@JohnnyMacOps I’ve been on the ground in Vegas for 27 min & I’m already in the drive thru line at In N Out.

@BayBeans Best thing about the new iPad is the price of the old iPad.

@Bfinkle3354 How can one focus on her 3 midterms when she needs to pack for spring break?

@KLizUndenYable Dear God: When I asked for things to get higher, I just meant my life & career. I honestly was not talking about GASPRICES. Sincerely, KL.

@billburr Never judge a hotel by the lobby. It’s the resort version of putting rims on a piece of shit.

@Daryn_DraisLV What’s worse? My roommate buying the shake weight or me trying it when nobody was looking?

@pollstar On the stage that French-Canadian power ballads built, Celine Dion rolls her body, drops her hips and shimmies in a gold sparkly mini-dress that looks like it was swiped from Beyoncé’s closet.

@nealbrennan Watched American Idol last night. Those contestants have murdered more great songs than Mark David Chapman.

@NapaRonCapps At Vegas airport this morning, do they have mullet conventions here?

@CaraZizzo w/ Celine’s ppl on Terrace @PureLasVegas & all speaking French. If it wasn’t for neon Bally’s sign next to Eiffel Tower, I’d question where I was.

@LJSearles Dear Jon Ensign, don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.

@jimgeraghty: Obama’s bracket picks don’t air on ESPN until tomorrow, but I’m hoping that Wikileaks will post them tonight.

@nodeuces Is it reasonable to blame Andrew Dice Clay for the closing of Sahara? Hickory, dickory, dock… Sahara boarded up shop.

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Mr. Pub

Character Study

Mr. Pub

By Sean DeFrank

Any bar owner who has Guinness on tap, wooden decor and U2 on the playlist can call his place an Irish pub. But Brian McMullan also brings a 100-year Gaelic heritage to his namesake watering hole. McMullan’s paternal grandfather bought the Farmers Hotel in Glenarm, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, in 1908, and that history is pervasive throughout McMullan’s Irish Pub, which is filled with family photographs and fixtures and adornments that come from Ireland, including the bar itself.