I love the New York Times, but sometimes they are so tone-deaf it is stunning. If you would like to feel really, really sorry for a guy who has fallen on hard times, don't read this.
Labels: fall from affluence, new york times, somebody needs a smack upside the head
posted by Lorraine at 2:35 PM |
Boo-hoo... we only got $14 million... boo-hoo.There are many times when I truly believe that some media outlets are so detached from reality; uless this is a satirical piece with tongue planted oh-so-firmly in cheek. But I very much doubt that.Time for a reality check.
And no comments on spelling; I'm especially fragile this afternoon having 'lost' the final draft of an article I had written.
But what about his novel? That's usually a sure fire way to make money!
I have to say, I came away thinking "I soooooooo need to find a copy of that novel...."
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I only by 649 or Lotto Max tickets when it's over $30 million. This is exactly why. $14 million doesn't even buy laundry soap anymore.
This guy's a jerk. They should go back to eating spaghetti. I could teach a course in making a nickel scream for dear life.
good lord, what stupidity (and narcissism.) Three kids and he didn't pause just once to think about their education?
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