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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Rejected But Not Dejected

Here's an article rejected by the chareidi mainstream media (Hamodia, Yated, etc).
Contest: Why was it rejected?
  • Bad writing (specify)
  • Mentions Clint Eastwood
  • Mentions saliva
  • We don't pay taxes
  • Tax lawyers and accountants torpedoed it
  • Someone suspected the author knows a blogger
  • They never print anything stupid
  • Other
  • All of the above

I've posted it on a separate blog (shortschrift.blogspot.com) because I didn't want to put such a a large post here.

Commenting is turned off there but very welcome here.

The author of the article has published numerous times in chareidi MSM in the past, including last week.

(Liberal blogging brethren: yes the article is conservative in outlook and yes, you can comment on that, but that's not why it was rejected)

Any body else with a chareidi MSM reject? Be my guest to post it! E-mail me at leapa@gmail.com.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like an article more fitting for economic journal than an average 'frum' newspaper or magazine.

10:40 AM  

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