That’s the name of a popular “Saturday Night Live” skit in which “anchor” Seth Meyers reports the latest news of the day with incredulous skepticism and disgust. The piece plays on the old comedy maxim that things are funny because they’re true. But it turns that truism on its ear by simply using the news itself as the butt of the joke.
Anyone who’s seen the latest Anthony Weiner headlines (Weiner — Really!?! ) can see why it works so well. You just reach…Continue
Here's our letter we wrote to Jeffrey Collins of the Associated Press in response to his pre-Memorial Day story which you can read at this link. Tell us what you think!
June 9, 2011
A wonderful example of traditional adult swimming instruction was published May 26, 2011 in the New York Times. It's a 10-day diary of sorts of a man who's afraid in water, has been all his life, and who decides to give lessons a whirl again at a local swim school.
Added by Melon Dash on June 7, 2011 at 6:30pm — No Comments