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Metrorail/MARTA comparison: Ridiculous


Another one from the files of “readers who should have thought twice before sending a letter to editor at the Washington Post” (Previous take-down: Tourists complaining about the Metro). Honest query: Do editors run these letters ironically or because they … Continue reading

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Not For Tourists Guide to Washington, 2011: The Metro


Don’t people from Wisconsin have their own problems? Guess not, judging by Christine Connel of Siren, Wis. (pop. 988), who was motivated to write to the Post this week about the squalid transit conditions in D.C. I often wonder what prompts … Continue reading

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Reid quietly slips into Wilbon’s old role at the Post


On Dec. 7, Michael Wilbon said goodbye to The Post. The man, now a national media figure, had an amazing 30-plus year run with the paper and proved along with Tony Kornheiser that even average-looking journalists could find a place … Continue reading

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If you don’t get it, then get it.


I’ve been a Washington Post “Sundays only” subscriber since I graduated college. For a while I subscribed to the dead-tree edition every day, but found it overwelming and started to associate newspaper reading with a daily chore rather than a … Continue reading

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