Friday, November 09, 2007

Where I Stopped Reading

by Ken Houghton

was the opening paragraph:
One of the more pleasant outcomes of the slowly growing trend toward highly involved fatherhood has been, I’ve found, the ability to plainly see that total ninnyishness is not a uniquely female thing.

On a day where David Brooks is interesting, if strange, the NYT reminds us that being able to write is not a requirement for their writers.

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