Monday, January 24, 2005

Galganov GETS it.

Howard Galganov, a Montreal editorialist reflects on his exhaustion with the Canadian MSM, and and the especially "reality-based" Neil MacDonald who drools over conspiracy theories that are worthy of this boner smuggled out of Deutschland by those superb stadium packing blog-stars Ray and David who author David's Medienkritik. Some of their pearls, I'm told are written on the butcher paper wrapped around a pumpernikel loaf and nervously smuggled across a dank bridge in an aged and inconspicuous briefcase.

I've seen MacDonald around town doing his stand-up at various locales. Like all of them, using the White House, the Capitol Building, and the Smithsonian as his backdrop. Ironically, this gives the reporter an air of Authority by using the venerable looking symbols of a nation that they despise, and in order to repeat their irrational expectations of it. What do they seem so worked up about? Yup, you guessed it. Authority, even if it's borne of responsibility and used to the benefit of the poor worldwide.

Still think that reporters aren't adolescent?

Undercut THIS, Mac. Talk to the hand.

The U.S. MSM is bad enough.

Get lost and take your stuff with you.

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