Monday Mess

March 31, 2008 at 11:58 pm Leave a comment

First, what I’d like to call the Switcheroo, the New York press covering the D.C. region, and the D.C. press covering the NY region:

Times article on Smith Island cake. I just wish it came with an audio of the great accents (and maybe a taste of cake…).

A Post article on the abundance of (white) children in Manhattan. (credit: Dad)

Another one from The Post (and Dad), that virtually reads like a conversation we had a week ago. In sum: the fourth hour of the Today Show SUCKS. Oh, and now they’re adding Kathie Lee Gifford. This is supposed to be an improvement?

Surprised that no one has e-mailed me this article yet, but I am a TOTAL book cover snooper on the subway, it’s my new hobby. Somehow, I’m not so worried about digital books. That can’t be satisfying.

The oddest book titles of 2007 have been announced, with the winner: “If You Want Closure in Your Relationship, Start With Your Legs.” (Actually, that’s very good advice.)

yay! (And we won today too, with 2-0, we have the best record in Major League Baseball! [Insert joke here you Mets and Yankees fans])

A final snippet: There is a photo of a man in the Metro section with the name Abel Oonnoonny. I think I might propose marriage. How does Emily Oonnoonny sound?

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Entry filed under: baseball, D.C., Maryland, Nationals, New York City, New York Times, Reading, Television, Washington Post.

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