BELFAST — The New York Times
writes off Fibber Magee as "a touristy place where a duet called Finnegans Wake played familiar Irish tunes to a crowd almost exclusively made up of Americans, Canadians and Britons," and the writer sniffs that "it didn't take long before I found my way to more authentic hangouts."
The same newspaper has twice
devoted valuable column inches to the verbal excreta of one Paul Hewson, known to many as Bono.
Can someone tell me why the New York Times deserves to exist?
© Peter Rozovsky 2009
Labels: Ireland, New York Times, Northern Ireland, what I did on my vacation