We Own TuckerCarlson.net

Now what should we do with it?

Published July 15, 2010 8:01PM (EDT)

As you may have heard, Tucker Carlson's Daily Caller bought KeithOlbermann.com. That URL now takes you to a Keith Olbermann-focused version of the Daily Caller site. (Or, uh, the regular Daily Caller site, which is currently going with at least 7 Olbermann stories above the fold.) It did this purely to annoy Olbermann. No matter what you think of the "Countdown" host, this is childish, petty and boorish behavior for a formerly respected journalist like Carlson. And that is why we here at Salon are proud to announce our purchase of TuckerCarlson.net.

Tragically, Carlson has already reserved TuckerCarlson.com. But TuckerCarlson.net was there for the taking, and so we took it. At the moment, we're just pointing it at War Room. But what should we do with it?

Should it go to this famous clip, of Tucker Carlson admitting to physically attacking a man for "bothering" him (in a gay way) in a restroom?

Should it go to the famous "Crossfire" video?

Or this one?

Or should it just be pictures of adorable animals, like most other things on the Internet? Have your say! Leave suggestions in the letters or e-mail me your ideas.

By Alex Pareene

Alex Pareene writes about politics for Salon and is the author of "The Rude Guide to Mitt." Email him at apareene@salon.com and follow him on Twitter @pareene

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