D.C. press competes with Tsarnaevs' mom for a Nah!

The cash reportedly goes to Abu Dhabi. Daley stepped down to work for the law firm that put it all together. And still some in Chicago want to give Daley hugs.

Unless, of course, you park a car in Chicago, or you're Mayor Rahmfather.

"The company knows now that I'm a different type of mayor, this is a different administration and that Chicago has a different way of doing business these days," Rahmfather said.

Translation: Nah!

"The city should never have done this deal," Rahmfather said. "Period."


He said the old deal was a bunch of lemons and he had to make lemonade, and Nah! and Nah! again.

Though he's a tough guy, Rahmfather can't seem to ever mention Daley's name.

Rahmfather? Why are you afraid?

Other worthy contenders include national champion Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino, who just had the Louisville "L" tattooed to his back.

A 60-year-old man with a back tattoo?


Rick, you think Pat Riley and Doc Rivers get back tattoos?

Pitino should have put one on his lower spine, like those College Girls Gone Wild.

Your players would like it, and it would be really cool, Rick.

And what of Boston Marathon bomber mommy, Zubeidat Tsarnaeva?

"It's all lies and hypocrisy," she told The Associated Press in Dagestan after one son was killed and the other arrested in connection with the bombings that killed three and injured many others. "I'm sick and tired of all this nonsense that they make up about me and my children."

You know what we're sick and tired of?

Immigrants who go on the government dole, receive a reported $100,000 in benefits, then raise alleged terrorists and allegedly steal $1,600 in women's apparel from Lord & Taylor.

Shoplifting dresses doesn't sound all that "holy war" to me, Mommy Tsarnaeva.