Monday, November 15, 2004
No one left to lie to.
Having stopped thinking back in the eighties, William Safire has finally elected to stop writing...his columns that is.
He plans to continue his Sunday New York Times Magazine "On Language" feature, which began in 1979, Mathis said, but he will end his syndicated column.
After hiring David "Columning is hard work" Brooks, one cringes at the thought of who will replace Safire. Of course one of the Corner Kids has his hopes up
If the New York Times would like to make me an offer, I'm all ears.
Actually, he's all fat ass...