Did you want to read the California Supreme Court's opinion that lawsplains at you forever why Stephen Glass, who showed us all how to spin a bright shining lie into a New Republic career, cannot be a lawyer there? No you do not, but you totally want to read our summary of it, because we went to all the trouble of reading the thing. Besides, when is the last time you let yourself remember Glass's greatest hits of journalistic malpractice, which were legion and, to be honest, really impressive in their scope and breadth? If Glass had worked half as hard on writing as he did on faking, he would probably be running Wonkette right now. OK, that's a lie because Stephen Glass probably does not know how to make a good dick joke or a ridiculous neologism, but you know what we mean.
<i> you&rsquo;re the guy that is too vicious, mean-spirited, and lacking in compassion to be a lawyer.</i>
But he&#039;ll make an ideal TP candidate for governor.
What? The Used Car Sales Association wouldn&#039;t have him?
The farce is strong with this one.
It&#039;s a strange new day when I feel bad for the New Republic over how badly one of their employees behaved, instead of expecting them to reward him for it.