This must be one the stupidest, most asinine things I have ever encountered. "PITTSBURGH — It was not the first time prosecutor Lisa Pellegrini had been enraged by the sight of the T-shirt with the traffic-sign message: STOP SNITCHING. But this guy was about to wear one into court, with matching baseball cap." "Worse, he …
Tag Archive: ethics
So much for accountability. Frey won’t admit he lied. Oprah won’t admit she was duped, nor that Frey is ultimately responsible, not the publishers (though they are somehwat culpable as well). Larry King won’t admit he’s a has-been and a suck-up.
I’ve never thought much of Oprah’s book club, having tried to read one of her horrible recommendations (It was a gift.). It seems her latest “must read” is a load of baloney being passed off as autobiographical. I wonder if she’ll admit she’s been had.
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