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Hey, NY Times, 2006 is calling. They want their narrative back.

I can’t do food blogging this week—it’s been insanely busy, and I just didn’t have time. I don’t really have time now to blog, because I’m going to the WAM! conference in New York, but I thought I’d tell you a little story about the history of blogging, which is…

NY Times gets it almost right

Round two on the NY Times struggling with the shocking! information that some men will actually allow themselves to be married to a woman with more education or income. Round one featured blatant denial—even though the research indicated that the number of marriages where women make more is rising, the…

Shorter NY Times: Screw the stats, women are desperate

I’ll confess; when this article came out in the NY Times about how more marriages are ones where the wife makes more/has more education, I didn’t read it. I thought, “Duh.” I read Matt write about it, and made fun of the wingnut in his comment thread who tried to…

A week at the LA Times

In a pure coincidence that is nonetheless pretty damn funny, the same day I put up a satirical bleg asking for the NY Times or some similar magazine to profile me, I got a request from the LA Times to do their week-long Dust Up column. It’s one of those…

Once again, choadery trumps quality

I couldn’t get past this first line of a “conversation” between David Brooks and Gail Collins at the NY Times. David Brooks:Gail, I watched “Recount” on HBO the other night and learned a bunch. For example, did you know that Republicans are evil yet efficient, while Democrats are noble but…

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