1. Col. Tran Trong Duyet, former commander of the "Hanoi Hilton" prison camp, where McCain was held, has endorsed McCain for president. You can read more here, including a description of the prison camp, which has been turned into a museum. Via. (McCain/Anna Nicole Smith campaign poster found here.)
2. Man accused of having sex with comatose wife in nursing home, court says he's entitled to privacy. This article does a terrible job of describing the situation, but it's safe to say it's one sextape I hope never shows up online. Via.
3. Frank Mundus, the real life inspiration for Captain Quint in Jaws died this week at age 82. You can read his obituary at the NY Times. (Jaws bento box found here.)
Ever read the book Jaws? As I recall, nearly one third of the book is devoted to the police chief's wife and her desire to have an affair.
4. I'm not a fan of the stage productions, but this description of a new play starring Dylan McDermott and Maura Tierney is awfully intriguing. The play is called Three Changes and you can apparently watch about five minutes here if you register.
*Previously: Disturbing Polish Jaws 2 poster.
*Buy books by Peter Benchley at Amazon.