Fire Every Editor At the New York Times…

For allowing a reporter to use the phrase “high capacity ammunition“.

The commentary at The Real Revo [High Praise!] nails it:

It’s like listening to your high school girlfriend talk about cars: “Is my brother’s 351 engine faster than your 350 engine?”

Or your grandma talk about drugs: “Are you kids shooting up marijuana?”

Or grandpa talk about the Internet: “How much does it cost to get on to the wicky-pedia to deliver Eddie and Pearl an email?”

Or your sister talk about tools: “I need a screwdriver with an X on the end but I don’t know if I need metric or the other kind.”

You may now begin substituting the phrase “New York Times reporter” in blonde jokes.

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  2. Let’s all get on a high horse and start talking about how the First amendment was created during a time of hand powered printing presses and the power of the un-amplified voice. The Founding Fathers had no idea of electronic communication so the First Amendment does not apply to powered printing and television. When they start to sputter tell ’em that’s what you’re saying about firearms. Watch their heads explode.


  3. Q: Why couldn’t the NYT reporters ever make kool-aid?
    A: They couldn’t get 8 oz of water in that little envelope.

    Q: What do you call a smart NYT reporter?
    A; A myth

    Q: What did the NYT reporter get on his SAT?
    A: Drool


  4. How many NYT reporters does it take to change a light bulb? Two…one to hold the light bulb and one to turn the high capacity ladder.


  5. Vrrom… screech…. Vrroom….screech….Vrroom…Screech…

    A NYT Reporter driving through a blinking red light.


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