Monthly Archives: April 2007
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery: “Paris Hilton’s simple life might soon become slightly more simple if she becomes an inmate in one of the area’s several “pay-to-stay” city jails. On Thursday, the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office announced … Continue reading
I’m starting to like plain spoken, and media savy, Bill Richardson because of quotes like these: “You guys have been considered as ATM machines,” New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, one of the candidates, said Sunday. “Now you’re important,” and “Richardson, … Continue reading
Steriods in Met’s clubhouse?
I’m not really sure why this person canceled their subscription. And I’m even less sure why the person would take both the Daily Bulletin and SGVT, since, for the most part, we cover different areas. I do wonder where he … Continue reading
A person who says he is Eric Stoltz, the actor, left a comment today. He says, ” I spoke to share [sic] shortly after I heard of Rusty’s death and we decided to make a donation for $100,000 to UCLA … Continue reading
Wikipedia’s contributions during the day of the Virginia Tech shooting and days after apparently was a clearinghouse of information, according to the NYTimes: “The problem with Wikipedia is that it only works in practice. In theory, it can never work.”
For a bit of levity, reader Paul remarks that “The more pressing concern of the day is a question you should be asking your readers: Do they prefer Phil Spector in his current blond bob or was his bushy brunette … Continue reading
For whatever reason journalism groups are jumping on the bandwagon of inhibiting speech or using doublespeak to fit their agendas. NAHJ calls for the use of “undocumented workers” instead of “illegal immigrants”; the NABJ calling for the firing of vile … Continue reading
It’s what you are going to be hearing and reading for days after the horrific killings in Virginia. The media is going to swamp you with talking heads analyzing Cho Seung-Hui’s motives, past history and psychological makeup. Since the man … Continue reading
Rich McKee’s latest. Montebello has made some curious choices lately, and we’ll be watching closely as things develop.