What should we do with TuckerCarlson.net?

The best suggestions and ideas (so far) for our newest URL acquisition

Published July 16, 2010 4:45PM (EDT)

As you may have heard, Salon recently purchased the domain name TuckerCarlson.net. Because our definitive, years-in-the-making Tucker Carlson profile is not yet finished, we need to figure out what to put there in the meantime. Our readers have had many fine suggestions.

A lot of readers -- the vast majority, in fact -- would like TuckerCarlson.net to point simply to this video, of Jon Stewart on "Crossfire."

I enjoyed the simplicity of this suggestion, from Steven S.:

"my suggestion is that if there is a website out there that is nothing but a running video loop of some guy scratching his fingernails on a chalkboard over and over I think you should link tuckercarlson.net to that."

Matt S. writes:

"A simple picture of an actual living mule (jackass) wearing a bow tie."

Commenter blunderdog's brilliant suggestion:

I'd suggest assembling a user-submitted list, ranked by popularity, of the best constructive suggestions for how to recycle Tucker Carlson into resources which have social value.

Other suggestions:

  • RickRoll
  • Commenter synthybombast suggested Goatse (look it up -- but don't image search it)
  • "24/7 of babies crying"
  • This video.
  • Owen W. says it should feature "a very large, animated background image of tucker, preferably blinged out using blingee.com.."
  • Commenter nunsuch suggests his classic Dancing With the Stars appearance.
  • Debra L writes: "How about this one -- or any link to 'Another World'? They are all so apropos for our little Tucker."

And Matt Ortega prepared this adorable LolCat.

Keep 'em coming! (We also had a suggestion from reader Keith O. that we may try out. We'll keep you posted!) As always, please go to TuckerCarlson.net for the very best TuckerCarlson news and information the internet has to offer.

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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