Posts tagged "Chicago Tribune"
Only days before Halloween, before Days of the Dead…Be afraid. Be very, very afraid. For the Australian crypt keeper is trolling the streets and rivers of Chicago in search of fresh newspapers to chew up, spit out and destroy. Rumor has it, Rupert Murdoch has his gimlet eyes on Chicago and LA. http://mediamatters.org/blog/2012/10/25/chicago-tribune-la-times-veterans-fear-possible/190927 Given the... Read more »
Having spent the past two months mentoring various friends and family in social media as we traveled about the USA, The Husband turned to me this morning after tea to say–”You know, you should write a blog (or book) about it.” About what? I asked, truly puzzled. About social media-because a lot of our friends... Read more »
There you go–again–Mitt. Grousing on the op-ed page of the Chicago Tribune that, golly gee, so few of our NATO posse want to spend at least 2% of their budget on the military, i.e. welfare for the military industrial purveyors of death and destruction, or as I think of it “Billions for Boeing” . Silly Europeans,... Read more »
What a headline! The Chicago Tribune posts RECORD profits!! Didn’t see it, neither did I. And now I know, you never will. All I tried to do was put the hard copy subscription of my Chicago Tribune on hold, for about 40 days. Hadn’t www.nytimes.com let me put my New York Times hard copy subscription on hold?... Read more »
Stop right there. What are you, a teenager? The argument that it is okay to do something that it is most assuredly not okay to do because “every body does it,” sounds like the reasoning of an adolescent wanting a later curfew. Really. America I hate to give you any factual information, but no. Everybody... Read more »
(All quotes are from the Chicago Tribune article of January 22, 2012) When I opened my Sunday Chicago Tribune to the headline, “Remap driven by race issues, self-preservation” I felt physically ill. A large gulp of hot black tea mixed with a dash of almond milk brought me back to my senses as I glanced... Read more »
It’s my age, I like a hard copy of the newspaper. And I like it in hand, not on some gizmo…a newspaper. Remains of a tree. So yes, I pay through the nose to get the New York Times–the hard copy of it, daily. What joy. Like chocolate, rich and creamy writing–without the calories. And... Read more »
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