[Cross-posted] It may be best to ﬁght ignorance with kindness: I have arranged for Jennifer Siebel’s 2005 article on conservation to be put up at Lucire’s online edition. They may discover the real Jen through that: it’s in her words.
She is not the only person who ran into trouble defending the one she loves through a blog. It has happened to the best of us, though I wasn’t dating a mayor. But whatever the case, I expect to speak freely. I have done in my interviews. It is 2007, something that Jennifer’s (and my) critics do not seem to realize when we talk about our love lives. Freedom of speech, holding an opinion, treating blogs as democratic media—surely San Francisco, the capital of Googleland, Liberalia and American progressiveness, understands this?
Or does the city really prefer sinking in standing and becoming ’Frisco again? Posted by Jack Yan, 10:28
I didn't think it was possible. Ms. Siebel comes across as even more vacuous in that article. Touche - non!
# posted by Anonymous: 3/17/2007 12:00:00 AM
If you’re the same Anonymous as the one earlier this week, I must say you are establishing a record of dodging the point. If not, everyone is entitled to their opinion, coloured (oh, that is spelled correctly, by the way) by their prejudices or not. (Don’t you mean touché? Non?)Post a Comment
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