To: sarcasm; Cathryn Crawford
guided him to the understaffed national desk,
The New York Times can't get reporters
to do national news? Who [k]new?
He did not respond to messages left on his
cellphone, with his family and with his union representative
I thought one of the purposes of unions was to see
that only qualified people could join and do the work
of that union. Fancy that.
``The New York Times,'' she said. ``You would expect more out of that.''
And that's what is so funny about this chicanery. Anyone with two neurons
to rub together knows that the reporting side on the NYT is so poisoned by
the editorial vision of what the news ought to be rather than what it is, nothing the
NYT prints can be read with any expectation of truth, including the logo with
its backwards 'Y.'
posted on 05/10/2003 2:53:27 PM PDT
(Vice is nice, but virtue can hurt you. --Bill Bennett)
Expect more out of the New York Times?!?!?!
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