Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Brinkley in TOA

The Times finally comes up with a cover story that they could possibly take a little pride in, and it (or at least the online version; I haven't seen the paper yet) is so full of typos that it's almost unreadable. Speaking of unreadable, Gene Williams keeps most of the focus on Doug Brinkley's words, which is a good thing, since Gene on his own tends to write lines like "Brinkley doesn't look the part of a staid college professor, which he is." I'm surprised (No, that's a lie - I'm not surprised) that Gene doesn't bring up the controversy surrounding Brinkley's vicious treatment of Nagin, and whether it contributed to Nagin's reelection. Maybe Gene just doesn't read the newspapers.

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