Tuesday, October 02, 2012

KTAR Professional Blogger Gayle Bass: Dickens Wrote Romeo and Juliet, Henry V, and Richard III

By Nicholas Stix

Note that five-and-a-half days after blogger Gayle Bass’ faux pas, her editors at KTAR have yet to correct it. Maybe they don’t know any better, either.

Fortunately for me, I have a 12-year-old by my side who read Romeo and Juliet last year in the sixth grade.

I had read the entire “Band of Brothers” speech from Henry V to him about six years ago, one night during a storm that knocked out my computer, but left just enough power for our lights.

But still—who the h-e-c-k confuses Shakespeare with Dickens?

Daily Show on Strike
By “Click Chick” Gayle Bass
Thursday, September 27, 2012 @ 6:25am

“Daily Show on Strike: ‘The Daily Show’ poked a little fun at the NFL referee lockout Wednesday night. The staff went on strike and were replaced by scab reporters -- one in the form of wig-wearing Patrick Stewart pretending to be John Oliver using ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ as inspiration for his report on the referee lockout. This is why the show gets Emmys:”

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