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9 thoughts on “Marshall: We’re entering an era of ‘mcnews mcnuggets’

  1. No tears shed on my part about the PI sinking. No matter what history they claim as a newspaper, in the recent past the paper has become a jaundiced rag howling about business and average citizens doing normal pursuits. The PI dug their own hole and it is time for them to jump in.

    Adios PI!

  2. I found it surreal to visit Rochester’s Eastman House and realize film stock is history. I haven’t taken a morning paper in years, but sad to see it go with the dinosaurs.

  3. Elliot,Yes,I,m afraid that’s true.Not many people know how much Jimmy secretly loved Clark. And Superman. But then again, he seems to be upset about a lot of things these days.

  4. I didn’t know Jimmy’s love for Clark was supposed to be a secret. After all, he brought Clark flowers after that article you and Clark co-wrote on the Lynwood pederasty case.

  5. Great Ceasar’s ghost! as my mentor Perry White used to say.More evidence of Clark’s duplicitous nature! He told me those flowers were from him,to me.Perry,being somewhat of an uber-thinking man ahead of his time, had a strict ‘Don’t ask,Don’t tell’ policy in force at the Planet back in the day,as in ‘don’t ask Jimmy anything, and for God’s sake, don’t tell Jimmy anything,especially about your relationship with Kent’. Clark won me over with those flowers and now I don’t know what to think about him. Or Jimmy.

  6. Lois,

    As you can probably tell by the “Shining City Media” (whatever that is) tag, Jimmy no longer works for The Planet. His fate there was sealed when he was accused of perjury a couple of years ago. I was told that Mr. White fired Jimmy shortly after that and suggested he go work for Fox News. I guess he didn’t catch on there, either.

    I imagine it’s tough to find work for a boy reporter with no credibility.

  7. My Dear Elliot,

    Yes, it’s a sad story when no one wants you.Maybe someday someone will write it. Even though Perry wore nicely polished Wing-Tips,and they were RightWing-Tips,he never liked Jimmy Olsen or his brand of politics.In fact, Clark and I saw him do a little GWB soft-shoe in those shining shoes on the day he fired Jimmy. He seemed to walk with a lighter step from that day on.
    I heard a rumor from a friend of mine who used to work for one of the Seattle papers,the PI,I think,or was it the Times?,that Jimmy is planning a run for the Mayor’s job on Bainbridge. That’s not McNews McNuggets,that’s just McNuts.
    Ciao fro Metropolis,
    Lois Lane

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