Even David Foster Wallace misused a word.
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Publications have always done mostly aggregation, after all. Unless something is a scoop (or “exclusive” in modern parlance I guess) everything in a newspaper or magazine is that publication’s take on old information. A beat story consists of taking information available to anyone and writing it up with a particular body of knowledge to provide readers with insight about the world around them….
The important thing with all of these examples is that the aggregation or curation exists side-by-side with other kinds of information.
But none of this really matters. Procreation for the sake of the parents is ethically unacceptable. “To have a child in order to benefit oneself is a moral error,” Overall writes.
Enough ladies. I get it. You have periods.
Lee Aronsohn, co-creator of “Two and a Half Men,” offers this incisive commentary on the rise of female-centric comedies on television. Lee Aronsohn’s Nobel Prize for Gender-Based Comedy is in the mail.