Thursday, November 11, 2010

The Slow Death Of The Dishrag

Dana Loesch notes that even the New York Times editors think paying for delivery of the dead tree version of the left-wing dishrag is dumb (hat tip: Instapundit).  It's been at least a decade since I paid for home delivery of a newspaper, and other than the occassional purchase in an airport on travel, I might have bought a newspaper twice in the last eight years.  Outside of habit, I'm not sure why people still get delivery.  As to the dish-rag, I might need to start referring to it as something other than a dishrag whenever it goes all digital.

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