Thursday, June 28, 2007

TW For World Domination! Or, at Least, Superior Writing

Posted By on Thu, Jun 28, 2007 at 6:01 PM

So I'm sipping on coffee and munching on strawberries this morning up here in Snobsdale when I come across an interesting article on the front page of The Arizona Republic. I couldn't help but smile as I read the article on how horrifying wait times are in AZ emergency rooms.

I'm sure you all remember Dave Devine's well written article State of Emergency, which he wrote on the same issue ... but way better and more interesting. It's really funny how much the Republic's attempt on the same issue is not only uninteresting but redundant at parts. Situations like this never fail to bring a smile to my face and evoke an overwhelming feeling of pride for the good old TW.

Here's to alt-weeklies and Dave Devine!

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