Thursday, February 17, 2005

Ticked off at the MSM

Peggy Noonan has a good piece on the so-called "salivating morons" of the blogosphere in the WSJ today. The last graf is particularly nice:

Finally, someday in America the next big bad thing is going to happen, and lines are going to go down, and darkness is going to descend, and the instant communication we now enjoy is going to be compromised. People in one part of thecountry are going to wonder how people in another part are doing. Little by little lines are going to come up, and people are going to log on, and they're going to get the best, most comprehensive, and ultimately, just because it's there, most heartening information from . . . some lone blogger out there. And then another. They're going to do some big work down the road.

The blogosphere: Saving the world, so you don't have to.

Typical blogger. Posted by Hello

(via Instapundit)

Update: But why didn't Peggy or her editors bother to check the spelling of Drew Pearson's name? Who does she think she is, Frank Nelson?

Update II: Oops, somebody sneaked in and fixed it (they originally spelled it "Pierson"). My first bloody scalp, no doubt.

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