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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Dick Cavett: The Wild Wordsmith of Wasilla

From the New York Times, Dick Cavett posts a piece called The Wild Wordsmith of Wasilla, which starts out as follows:

"Electronic devices dislike me. There is never a day when something isn’t ailing. Three out of these five implements — answering machine, fax machine, printer, phone and electric can-opener — all dropped dead on me in the past few days.

"Now something has gone wrong with all three television sets. They will only get Sarah Palin. . . ." (Link to the rest of this piece.)