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Still No Sign of Arnold Story on The Drudge Report

Matt Drudge just got a major write-up by David Carr in the New York Times, with people like The Atlantic‘s Gabriel Snyder praising his ability to sniff out the best coverage of a breaking news story and cap it with a sensational, can’t-miss headline.

But as of this moment – 10:25 a.m. PT – there is still no sign of the Arnold Schwarzenegger love child story on the monochrome one-sheet. A reminder perhaps that Drudge’s personal motto remains “Some of the News That’s Fit to Print.”

Mitt Romney‘s impressive ability to fundraise for a 2012 Presidential run is more important to Drudge than California’s seismic love child. OK, fine. But not even a mention at this late hour, below the browser fold?

C’mon Matt. That’s crazy. Unless you have been asleep at the Miami condo wheel, Arnold should be there somewhere, alongside a certain IMF honcho biding his time at Rikers Island.

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