Former New York Times plagiarist and fabricator Jayson Blair has a new job, according to his Twitter profile.
@jaysonblair7 Centreville, Virginia
Managing Partner and Certified Life Coach at Goose Creek Consulting; former reporter for The New York Times; Human Listening Post
I’ve never understood what exactly a life coach does — I’m sure there are some sincere ones. Blair wasn’t even that good of a liar, so what guidance does he have to he offer?
The AJC’s reporting on the Atlanta Public Schools scandal demonstrates once again why the so-called old media is as relevant as ever.
After The Atlanta Journal-Constitution began reporting evidence of possible cheating in Atlanta Public Schools, the school system commissioned an expert to challenge the findings. The results, issued in May, validated the AJC’s reporting, but the system never made the report public.
The Casey Anthony verdict serves as a reminder: Never give Orlando the benefit of the doubt.
As I write this Dr. Drew is opining on the Casey Anthony verdict. Is there anything he doesn’t know?
I wonder what Dr. Ruth thinks.
There is an upside to all this salaciousness: Nancy Grace‘s head just exploded.
As usual, a manufactured controversy misses the point.
America Online published an article a few days ago which hasn’t been very well received by many readers. They suggested that many men fake orgasms and that those who have problems getting stimulated should masturbate to help ‘discover what stimulates you’.
Is there a man alive unaware of what stimulates him?
“Why is this door locked? What are you doing in there?”
“Arianna Huffington says I need to masturbate more often.”