To Secretary Pena Fix your busted airport and leave bikes alone and the commuting to us sociopathic drivers.
Regardless, I did rise to the editorship before embarking on a freelance career in the late '60's.
My father, Raymond F. Yates, was a successful writer of technical nonfiction and such a life seemed a reasonable alternative to real work.
More books, more racing and more foolishness with cars and motorcycles are in the works.
I admit to wasting my life messing around with fast cars and motorcycles.
Had I been more responsible I might have made something of myself as a junk bond trader, long-haul trucker or perhaps a plumbing contractor.
Poor, darling fellow - he died of food. He was killed by the dinner table.
In a Balenciaga you were the only woman in the room - no other woman existed.
Right, but there's expertise and then there's inside information. And I think we have to make a distinction.
Now, I think the likelihood of it failing on something like WMD again is very slight because everybody is aware of how we in the press blew it.
Keep public editors around, give readers more access to the editors of the paper, constantly challenge itself, and be aware of its own history.
It's a very complicated issue about when is a fact not a fact in the context of opinions.
I'm saying that the WMD reporting was not consciously evil. It was bad journalism, even very bad journalism.
I was probably being a little cocky, which I do when I feel that I don't know what I'm talking about.
I think on civilian casualties they could do more. It's actually something I've discussed with the editors involved. They're aware of it, and I'm hopeful that there will be more reporting on that.
I know there are reporters who ridicule pundits.
You have to check out 'March of the Penguins'. Penguins are the really ideal example of monogamy.
Message to Obama Fighting the Clinton machine won't be as easy as picking up favorable press clips.
John Kerry couldn't even order a Philly cheesesteak properly.
It is Hillary's lot in life not to be able to fake it well.
In person, George W. Bush is extremely forceful. He has a restless energy when he sits in a chair, and nearly leaps out of it when making certain points.
If Bill was all id, Hillary is all superego.
Clinton's fakery was so deft and deeply ingrained that it was impossible to tell where it ended and the real Bill Clinton began. This constituted a kind of political genius.
Calculation has its advantages, but no one likes naked calculation.
Almost all political campaigns involve falsity and playacting.