lazy link roundup

Westminster councilman apologizes for drunk driving case: Westminster City Councilman Andy Quach, who was charged with misdemeanor driving under the influence after he crashed his car into a utility pole, issued an apology to city residents at a council meeting last week.

Investing In Veterans: Retired United States Army four-star general Eric K. Shinseki, who currently serves as the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, writes about providing futures for today's veterans.

My Message for Michelle Malkin: Michelle Malkin says Meghan McCain needs to shut up. Meghan says she has more Twitter followers (oooooh!) than Michelle. Malkin vs. McCain -- I'd pay good money to see this cage match.

New Zealand's 1st Korean MP: Nice story out of New Zealand on Melissa Lee, a former broadcast news reporter who became the first Korean elected to parliament on the ruling National Party list.

Vania King shows off her talents in two fields on one day: 20-year-old tennis player Vania King can not only beat you in a tennis match, she'll go sing the national anthem at Dodger Stadium on the very same day.

Thirst for film: Brief but cool interview with South Korean director Park Chan-wook, whose crazy vampire flick Thirst is now in theaters. If you haven't seen it, the movie is not for the faint of heart, but it's a pretty wild trip.

Action star Maggie Q ordained for 'Priest': Not sure when Maggie Q became simply identifiable as an "action star," but she's been cast as a vampire hunter in the horror western comic book adaptation Priest.

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