The return of the Monotonous Voice

Perhaps it's just me, but for a while it seemed as if James Howard Gibbons had forgotten about that "Another Voice" feature, in which the Chronicle editorial page rips blurbs out of the newspapers from which the editorialists frequently take their cues.

Gibbons seems to have rediscovered the magic.

Yesterday, there was a Monotonous Voice from the New York Times. Today there is a Monotonous Voice from the Washington Post

Since Gibbons seems to like to crib from the LA Times editorial page also (as we've seen from how he's been putting the Sunday editorial pages together recently), it would only be fitting if there's a Monotonous Voice from that newspaper tomorrow.

UPDATE (07-27-2005): No LA Times Monotonous Voice today. We're disappointed with Mr. Gibbons.

Posted by Kevin Whited @ 07/26/05 09:03 PM | Print |

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