From Sunday's NYT (my apologies for being so late at this, and--really, to Helmut--for not spelling him during the hard academic work he does (also: does Helmut really need to learn Spanish, too? I mean, can't I have--even if in a half-assed way--one language he doesn't?), much more devoted and important stuff than those of us teaching freshman composition and sophomore lit surveys . . . ):
Should the following really be headlines? On the front page?
"Competitive Electricity Markets Fail to Deliver Promised Savings"
"'I'm no Terrorist' Finds Deaf Ears"
I didn't forget to link the stories. I just didn't see any point.