Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Nick Kristof goes satire-mode to imagine what life might be like if the news industry were more like the healthcare industry:

By the way, columns such as this one about health care reform are out-of-network. Your insurance plan fully covers columns about many important topics, such as nephrology and Gregorian chant. But politics, health care, international affairs and anything that I might actually write about are all out-of-network.
Quite well done, overall (and significantly more entertaining than the last time I thought Nick Kristof was going satire-mode).

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