It’s a Friday afternoon and the internet is acting spooky, so you tell me, who among us currently has anything better to do than stroll into a White House press briefing? Not Bill Murray, erstwhile elusive curiosity and recently ubiquitous man of the people. In town to pick up the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Sunday, Murray made a detour while visiting President Obama, wandering in to the White House press corp. He talked sports, specifically the Cubs’ World Series chances and how he thinks they’re good. And come on — that face, behind that podium? Now, there’s an America you can believe in.