- Make a trite "Elvis-on-velvet" quip, like he did here and here.
- Criticize a Play you have never seen. It's not the first time, and likely will not be the last.
- Create a false premise by claiming the police budget was being cut by restoring funding for the arts, which it wasn't.
- Finish off by slamming downtown, yet again, then get out the paper (aka more cops dogma) to cover up the crime problem.
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Bronson: Van Go I Ain't
In what can best be described as a column by numbers, Peter Bronson has made it clear he is artistically tone deaf. Here's his formula for his mendacity: