So the LA Times has an op ed column today entitled, "Hedgehog Nation
." So I click on the link to it, figuring it'll be about porn star and cultural icon Ron Jeremy (aka "The Hedgehog"), maybe something telling me that "We are all Ron Jeremy now." But it turns out it's just a silly little column by some Angeleno liberal, who, to overcome her guilt at having missed the Half-million Mexican March in LA the other day, has decided that it's not her fault she didn't know about it, it's the fault of the interweb. Apparently having too many choices is a bad thing: instead, we should be spoonfed what we need
to know. Who decides this, you ask? (Well, I
ask, anyway.) She doesn't say, but I'm gonna go ahead and guess that it's some unholy combination of NPR, the BBC, Moveon.org and The Nation.
But I digress. The main point of this post was my utter disappointment that the column wasn't
about Ron Jeremy, and the deep despair I now find myself in.
Thanks a lot, LA Times. You're on my list
I'm on to you, LA Times. And I would say this to you: Fool me once, shame on.. shame on you... eh.. um.. fool me can't get fooled again!