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The Ann Coulter Experience

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Eight highlights to watch for in The World According to Ann Coulter, the conservative author/columnist’s March 29 show at Kingsbury Hall:

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8. Opening act Rush/Limbaugh, a hybrid tribute band setting the talk-show host’s favorite quotes to the music of 2112.

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7. The still-popular Bill Clinton “Slick Willy” penis piñata in the kids’ area.

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6. Full merchandise table featuring Coulter’s books, action figures and “Rockin’ the Red States Tour 2006” T-shirts.

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5. “Krazy Kooky Kquotes” improv skit with local celebrities Chris Buttars and Super Dell.

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4. “Which University of Utah Professors Are Sleeper-Cell Terrorists?” slideshow and torch-lit audience march on the quad.

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3. “Liberal Media Shootin’ Gallery” for concealed-carry permit holders: “Michael Moore: 1,000 points; that Ocho guy: 500 nn

2. Musical interlude: Coulter singing “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” while washing a tank in a tube-top and Daisy Dukes.

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1. Exclusive preview of next book: My Roots Aren’t Brown, and Neither Are America’s.

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