Saturday, September 19, 2009

James Macintyre calls New Statesman readers "freaks"

Should anyone be interested in reading some weak argument by a professional journalist, followed by the same professional journalist throwing his toys out of his pram when his readers tell him he's wrong, then I can highly recommend a blog post at the New Statesman by James Macintyre.

The post has been pulled from the New Statesman website (presumably due to shame), but currently sits in Google's cache here (including comments). It gets especially funny when Macintyre responds to what he considers abuse by sugessting his readers by asking them if they're "scared of daylight" and "only come out at night", and then suggetss they're probably not "normal".

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