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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Margaret Atwood schools the Sun hacks

Once again, she shows why she's a national treasure.

Clear, straightforward and witty. Bet it'll go right over the heads of most Sun readers, though. Nuance, shades of meaning and facts that depart from the narrative the rag feeds them aren't something they're used to.

In fact, that goes for pretty well anything that requires actual thought. It's a paper written by morons for morons. They'd have trouble debating Margaret's turnip, and then they'd start shrieking about what a condescending elitist root vegetable it was. It lives in the Annex, for chrissakes.

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