Sunday, September 21, 2008

The Globe's journalism program for the developmentally disabled keeps rolling along.

Shorter Christie Blatchford: "All of this criticism of Gerry Ritz is quite unbecoming and unfair since the only way we could know whether that's how he truly feels is if he said what he did in private, not making a public statement, not speaking publicly, and assuming he was having a private discussion and ... and ... hmmmm ... didn't really think that one through, did I?"


Ti-Guy said...

Two more days and I'm done with The Globe and Mail.

Print journalism is dead, and the moldering corpse of Christie Blatchford is more than compelling evidence of that.

sooey said...

Tsk, tsk. He couldn't even resist a pun, the lowest forum of comedy.

Ti-Guy said...

He who? What pun? Christie's Ritz Crackers?

You're being cryptic, I'm confused...waaah!

sooey said...

"Death by a thousand cold cuts". And I doubt Ritz even thought it up himself. He's not smart enough. A staffer came up with it and he repeated it. Because? He. Just. Couldn't. Resist.