Some timely events (North Korea's nukes, small plane crashing into N.Y. building) have pushed the Mark Foley story, to the GOP's relief, off the frontpages.

However, 107.7 The End, a Seattle radio station, is keeping the story alive with a "Mark Foley Weekend" promotion. All weekend long, whenever listeners hear an instant message ring on the air, they can call in to win Mark Foley-related prizes. Each winner gets a ruler, a pair of boxers, a T-shirt, a towel and some lotion and some concert tickets. It's a twisted, creative promotion, I must say.