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'In the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.'
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Sunday, September 02, 2012

This Is Rich

A guy who writes for a company that kills trees, the refined product from which is used for the purpose of applying ink and communicating with the citizenry - a la 220 AD - has this snotty comment about those who write to a medium of more recent invention:

"It's one thing for some ignorant yahoos to trumpet phony history online. Most of us realize by now that the Internet is a bottomless well of numskullery."

And the op/ed page of the Roanoke Times is a paradigm of virtue, forthrightness, and brilliance.  A site where one will never find ignorant yahoos.

Gimme a break, Dan.