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.