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The hardworking staff, recidivists that we are, has recovered from the sad demise of Google Reader and now subscribes to G2 Reader, which served up this yesterday: But wait – there’s more: Full disclosure: The hardworking staff read none of … Continue reading
First off, let’s stipulate – as they say on Law & Order – that Boston is lucky to be not only a Two-Daily Town, but also a Two-Editorial-Cartoonist Town. And we have a couple of really good ones – Jerry Holbert at … Continue reading
Boston is blessed not only with two daily newspapers, but with two very talented editorial cartoonists: Dan Wasserman at the Boston Globe, and Jerry Holbert at the Boston Herald. (You can count on two hands the number of daily newspapers … Continue reading
Splendid reader Michael Pahre just sent this message to the hardworking staff in response to our recent WeinerWorld: New York Tabloids Edition (VIII) Last edition? Ha! The NY Post decided to put their covers to a public vote as to which … Continue reading
Slim pickin’s on Sunday in Gotham, but at least we get these two – one okay, the other much better: The dirty laundry shot: Doesn’t get much better than that.
The latest mishegoss for Anthony “Can’t Control My” Weiner (via Fox News): Exclusive: Police Investigate Weiner’s Messages to Teenage Girl in Delaware NEW CASTLE, Del. — Police here are investigating direct online communications between New York Rep. Anthony Weiner and a 17-year-old … Continue reading
And then there were two: Weiner front-coverage, er, shrinking. Two outta five on the Tabometer – maybe Weiner Boy will weather the firestorm.
Once around Central Park, James, and don’t spare the weiners: Got a favorite? That’s what the Comments section is for. Jump right in!
Say, that’s some beatdown Margery Eagan puts on New York Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-Scheisskopf) in her Boston Herald column today, no? What does she call him? Oh, yeah – “that sleazy, skin-crawling, Ichabod Crane look-alike.” Yikes. Eagan helpfully points out … Continue reading