Thursday, September 29, 2005

The paper of record

Many of you may already know of my extreme disdain for the New York Times and the fact that people still actually give credence to what they publish. Well, just so you can rest assured that they love the Bible as much as you or me, this entry in the corrections section from today.
The About New York column yesterday, about an imagined conversation with God at a Manhattan diner, referred incorrectly to the Bible to which the thickness of the menu was likened. It is the King James Version, not St. James.

Odd, I thought everyone always went with the Ryrie Bible when making the "that thing is a thick as..." joke. Screw me. How can I argue with the "paper of record?" (HT - Powerline)

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