I sent numerous flyers and e-mails to writers and staff at the NEW YORKER about last week's Carnival, and about my recent Monday Report, yet no one at that large bureaucracy was able to muster the mental energy to post a defense. Among the possible reasons:
A.) They don't know how to use the Internet.
B.) They agree with everything I said.
C.) They don't think their publication worth defending.
D.) The NEW YORKER staffers are stuffed dummies.