Monday, November 12, 2007

The Writers Strike

My friend Rachel Axler writes for The Daily Show and, in her free time from marching around in front of Rockefeller Center next to a giant inflatable rat (?) she wrote a piece for the New York Times. It's not an in-depth argument for the necessity of profit-sharing from New Media income streams, but it is free Daily Show humor until the strike ends. Enjoy!

2 comments:

cjKennedy said...

See, the strike threatens to deprive us of gems like this:
"Writers are not a naturally combative species. We’re used to sitting in front of our computers and crying. Fresh air is like poison to us."

That was awesome.

erik said...

Wow. Go Rachel! Stick it to the man!