You know, we hate to be so skeptical, but after Dan Rather’s superscript problems, and Jayson Blair, and that time that some random Sub Pop employee convinced the Times that “swingin’ on the flippity flop” was what people in Seattle said instead of “hanging out,” wouldn’t the alleged authorship of this little bit of stagecraft raise an eyebrow or three?
But perhaps the liberal media types over at the Times are in on the joke? Exhibit A:
“Ms. Buttram doesn’t quite know when to stop; the momentum she builds is squandered by a drawn-out denoument.”