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Of course the answer is C. Let’s say you come across a photograph in a magazine of a bearded man walking down a sidewalk in a flannel shirt and a beanie. You’re looking really closely at this photo, because somehow it looks familiar. So you ask yourself, who is this guy? Is he: A. A […]
I was busy Monday and forgot to mention Krugman’s great column. Bob Somerby summarizes for the non Select: “Authenticity” became the press corps’ favorite buzz-word in 1999, along with its silly handmaiden, “comfortable in his own skin.” And let’s state the obvious: When the press corps adopted such subjective markers as key standards of measure, […]
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