Monday, May 19, 2003

Jayson Blair, 27, had a history of problems with accuracy throughout his journalistic career.
How does one with 'a history of accuracy problems' manage to carve out a career in journalism? That would be like me trying to carve out a career in accounting. (By this analogy, I mean that though I am honest, I am not particularly gifted when working with numbers. Though rounding all checks up to the nearest dollar keeps a pad a money in my checking account that prevents close calls near pay day. One should not be in a career in which one has particular problems.)

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