Saturday, August 02, 2008

Patterico's L.A. Novel Noir

In an original piece of investigative reporting, Patterico wends his way through a maze of perjury, extortion and journalistic malfeasance, spiced with murder and arson, worthy of a James Elroy novel except that it happens to be real life.

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Blogger dualdiagnosis said...

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Sat Aug 09, 12:41:00 AM  
Blogger dualdiagnosis said...

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Sat Aug 09, 12:42:00 AM  
Blogger dualdiagnosis said...

What are the odds? LOL!

Patterico linking to you as an example: "Hmm, let’s see:

A husband and father, without any indication that he was ever anything but a very good one until the National Enquirer started saying otherwise. Very successful attorney. United States Senator. Major party candidate for Vice-President.

A mother.

A baby.

Versus,

The National Enquirer. The best argument for repeal of the freedom of the press clause of the First Amendment. Owned by a Clintonista.

I wonder to whom I should give the benefit of the doubt."
http://patterico.com/2008/08/06/john-edwards-love-child/#comment-369064

pwned or beclowned that is the real question.

Sat Aug 09, 12:45:00 AM  
Blogger nk said...

I had't noticed. Now that you brought it to my attention, I see that it was NOT Patterico. It was Justin Levine. I neither read nor comment on Justin Levine posts.

Sat Aug 09, 02:20:00 AM  

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