Warren Kinsella in today's National Post: Graffiti is ubiquitous; it's everywhere. And one paragraph later, in case you didn't get it: It's all over the place. . . . Kinsella is always tiresome. Tedious too.
Archive for August, 2007
Can reading a book rot your brains? Last week's article in the New York Times about the children's book series, Junie B. Jones, got me thinking. The journalist does a good job of drawing the controversy over the books to battles over phonics and "whole language." And her summary of Junie B. Jones' voice is […]