Editor at Washington Post Claims “Charticle” is Last Straw

All hell broke loose over at the Washington Post last Friday when features editor, Henry Allen, shoved and punched one of the Post’s Style writers, who called him a very naughty name that rhymes with rockpucker.

Allen was less than pleased with a piece of journalism presented at the weekly meeting held between the writers and the editors of the Style section of the Post. Following the meeting, Allen got “all up in” Style writer, Monica Hesse’s face over an article he described as a “charticle,” forcing Hesse’s co-writer, Manuel Roig-Franzia, Read more Editor at Washington Post Claims “Charticle” is Last Straw

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Middle Kingdom (China) Makes Green Energy 1st, Holds the Lead

Chinese car maker BWB today announced it is about to release a prototype electric vehicle capable of revolutionizing the world of motoring.

Senior BWB (Big Wheel Barrow) design engineer Dr. Flip Flop Fong – the man responsible for power steering on Mongolian roller blades – informed reporters from the Shit or Bust Gazette that the company’s new E6 electric car – due to hit European and US markets before the end of the year – will do 250 miles (400km) on a single charge – and even further if left plugged in. Read more Middle Kingdom (China) Makes Green Energy 1st, Holds the Lead

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2003 Photo of Cheney May Explain Plame ID Outing

Since 2003, many groups have claimed that Dick Cheney was the person at the forefront of leaking the name of CIA agent Valerie Plame to the media, thereby blowing her cover and forcing her to end a long and successful career with the CIA. Although Cheney denies this claim, a recently surfaced photo may help to explain Cheney’s inability to recall certain events leading up to the outing of Plame’s name. Read more 2003 Photo of Cheney May Explain Plame ID Outing

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