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December 9, 2006

Is Mrs. X a Ghostwriter for the WSJ?

Filed under:   by Xrlq @ 9:30 am

I can think of no other rational explanation for this.

Hat tip: Insty.

UPDATE: OK, maybe one other explanation.

5 Responses to “Is Mrs. X a Ghostwriter for the WSJ?”

  1. Patterico’s Pontifications » If a BlackBerry Is a “CrackBerry,” Then What Is a Treo? Says:

    [...] Xrlq links to this highly amusing Wall Street Journal article about the widespread addiction many have to their BlackBerries (or “CrackBerries”) and/or Treos — and the costs that this addiction imposes on the families of the addicts. My favorite parts are this passage: In Austin, Texas, Hohlt Pecore, 7, and his sister, Elsa, 4, have complicated relationships with their mother’s BlackBerry. “I feel very annoyed,” says Hohlt. “She’s always concentrating on that blasted thing.” (Hohlt says he picked up the word “blasted” from the film “Pirates of the Caribbean.”) [...]

  2. Outside The Beltway | OTB Says:

    BlackBerry Orphans…

    WSJ reports on “BlackBerry Orphans,” a phenomenon so serious that they’re letting non-subscribers read about it.
    As hand-held email devices proliferate, they are having an unexpected impact on family dynamics: Parents and their childr…

  3. nk Says:

    Me Johny-come-lately. I have been thinking about upgrading from my Pentium III ThinkPad to something with longer battery life, better screen and a as-fast-as-you-can-get WiFi modem but you guys have piqued my interest for those little gadgets with these posts. Even Laura Ingraham had a segment on her show about them today. So if I got a Treo, I could blog while driving?

  4. Xrlq Says:

    Please don’t.

    [Posted from my Crackberry - while NOT driving.]

  5. nk Says:

    Seriously, is WiFi or wireless the way to go?

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