Monday, November 27, 2006

in praise of goo-goo dolls; in critique of the mayor’s puppets

What is it they say about trusting people who refer to themselves in the third person?

Well, in the case of “the writer Tom Wolfe,” who used an opinion column in Sunday’s New York Times to take it to Landmarks Preservation Commission chair Robert Tierney, you can believe every word.

As noted many time in the past year (here, for example), the only thing that Tierney has proven to be interested in preserving is his own job.

The blogger guy2k applauds Mr. Wolfe’s column, and hopes it isn’t the last of his attacks on the moribund LPC.

(hat tip: gem spa)


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