And why not? It’s real. It’s actual.
Paul Farhi tells us (March 16) The Washington Post suspended one of its most seasoned reporters Wednesday after editors determined that “substantial” parts of two recent news articles were taken without attribution from another newspaper.
Oh, but wait. That implies purpose, a big no-no, if you go by Darwinist rules.
Still, the guy was suspended.
Does anyone other than me get sick of the hypocrisy?
That incident the reporter was covering (Jared Loughner), by the way, led to a huge demand among our moral and intellectual superiors for control over private speech. I deal with the threat here.
What keeps me going is a chance to serve coffee here.