Then I bought a boring book and started taking The Fake Paper from the outstretched hands of the plucky homeless guy at my metro stop once again. Boredom: 1, Principles: 0.
I was going to make an entry on Tuesday highlighting my Favorite Blatant Liberal Bias Quote of the day, but upon searching the internet for a link to provide, I found that The Fake Paper is not published online. The first Yahoo result I *did* find was to a fellow Livejournaler who shares a similar disdain for The Fake Paper, and a few fantastic articles about it. Then I got distracted by stuff about Batman.
Favorite Blatant Liberal Bias Quote of December 9, 2003 you ask?:
"Republicans pushed a tardy $373 billion spending package through the house on Monday despite conservative objections that the measure had to many hometown projects and Democratic complaints that it would hurt workers." Tardy? For what? Dinner? When was it due? Will we be losing a letter grade for each day the package is tardy?
After a particularly outstanding gem of a photograph in yesterday's edition, I did a little more digging and found that The Fake Paper is available for download in PDF form. I couldn't let a picture like this lie. Granted, the folks at the FP decided to caption it all wrong. I'm not sure if it should be called "1000 Words on Why The Democrats Will Lose 2004" or "Young Democrat In Wool Hat Shouts At Poster". Feel free to supply your own caption.
I think it's safe to say I'm fast becoming obsessed with this thing. Last night's purchase, Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community, may take a little longer to read than anticipated.