Skip to comments.Taiwanese Animators Parody Inept NYT Publisher Pinch Sulzberger
Posted on 04/28/2012 4:53:21 AM PDT by PJ-Comix
New York Times publisher Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger Jr has suddenly become the moose in the room that everybody now wants to talk about, including his disgruntled staffers...and Taiwanese animators who have produced an hilarious video about his bizarre management style (below the fold). The Taiwanese parody is based on a recent email sent by Times science and health reporter Don McNeil to about 150 fellow staffers.
Reading McNeil's explosive email, one gets the impression that Sulzberger's primary qualification to helm the Times was to live through birth:
(Excerpt) Read more at newsbusters.org ...
Maybe “anonymous sources” at the Old Gray Streetwalker have some buds over there and are slipping them the dirt.
I guess because they don’t have our media to confuse them
That was a treat! So, the rest of the world apparently isn’t drowning in koOl-aid.
What’s with the black eye? Someone give him an a$$whipping?
An old pic.
Sulzberger victim of bike-by punching
Posted: Sunday, April 21, 2002
NEW YORK (AP) - New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. has sported a black eye for several days after he was apparently the victim of a bike-by punching in midtown Manhattan.
(Quix, I am pinging you because the article under the link from the Daily Mail would never be published in an American journal and it is right up your alley.)
Violence should only occur for self defense. The perp should be located and arrested...
Although, that shiner sure looks good on little Pinch.
Will check it out.
Thanks PJ-Comix. McNeil is a Berkeley alum who may never have heard a piece of leftist drivel he didn’t saddle up and ride out. For example, he wrote a screed about “patent monopolies” on AIDS drugs — the other term for “patent monopoly” is “patent”.
New York Times Reporter Blasts Boss In Email to 150 of His Best Friends
The NYT has been a shill for the left since before Walter Duranty. This could not have happened to a nicer guy. Pinch’s father once asked him, “If a young American soldier comes upon a young North Vietnamese soldier, which one do you want to see get shot?” Pinch responded, “I would want to see the American get shot. It’s the other guy’s country.”
Since the NYT have been shilling for the ChiComs from Mao Tse-tung to the present, it shouldn’t be surprising that free Chinese on Taiwan have long since gotten Pinch’s sorry number.
That’s a truly hateful thing he said about wishing the death of American soldiers. Right up there with Mike Wallace. Down there, I mean.