Daily Show segment on Idaho runs tonight.

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart will air tonight the long-awaited segment on Idaho and the now famous two-headed fish.

Correspondent Aasif Mandvi and his crew made news when they where thrown out of local EPA offices a month ago. I was interviewed at a Meridian farm but my interview did not make the final cut. They also shot scenes in eastern Idaho.

The two-headed trout ran on the front page of the New York Times. It was a fry from two Idaho fish hatched in a Wyoming hatchery as a part of a study about selenium pollution.

The show will run at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. on channel 249 on Direct TV. It will run at midnight on Channel 54 on Cable One and again Friday at 8:30 p.m. Check your local listings.

By the way, the Idaho Statesman is running a larger story on the phosphate mining issue Sunday.

Yawn...

Still yawning.

Take a big snort of selenium...

...then you can yawn with both your mouths.

Bender, leave Leela alone!

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You fry wants with that?

OK. What Next?

Phosphate mining? Wow. Beats Jon Stuart. At least mining aggravates Democrats and anything that does that is never a waste of time.