Editors, and how bad ones are ruining the newspaper business
Hee-hee, I bet AnnArbor.com won't link to THAT!!
What the hell does Hiroshima have to do with it? Even when I agree with this guy's main point, it's hard to take his opinion seriously.
Except for poor graphics and a lack of a new headline for the second part of the column, I don't think they were meant to be connected.Sort of like one column with two thoughts, at least that's how I read it.Jack is out there, but a great writer.
Pretty sure a subhead was missed and the nuclear bit was a completely different essay. Threw me for a loop as well.So the AA.com bit ends with Kwame and Monica stealing the pavement off the streets.-30-
Okay, then, one good column and one crazy daft column. My bad.
It was confusing.....It stopped me for a minute too.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204619004574324373352808620.html?mod=djemEditorialPage A good look at people like Jack.
When my late father-in-law visited the Truman library in Missouri, he penned a note in the guest book.My father-in-law was a member of the Army's 75th Division. They had just slogged their way to Germany, but were to be reassigned to the Pacific to take on the stubborn Japanese.The bomb effectively ended that plan.My father-in-law penned this note in Truman's guestbook."You saved my life."
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