A Roundup of Morning Roundups

An Arlington judge rules that Virginia’s abusive-driver fees are unconstitutional. What we can expect: a long fight with lots of news coverage. D.C. residents continue to be terrorized by manholes. (DCist)

If you dance awkwardly, your song will be popular. Wes Scantlin learns that pools are to be looked at, not touched. (Rock and Roll Daily)

Things are getting messy in Myanmar; the junta is breaking up demonstrations and reportedly shooting monks. Almost as crazy: Paris is going to Rwanda. (The Ag)

Hillary is fickle, Clarence Thomas is lonely, and Blackwater is scary. (Wonkette)