White Noise

Friday, June 24, 2005


If you’ve been watching TV news recently, you know about the vacationing teenager who went missing in Aruba. On the broadcast networks alone, there have been nearly 200 news segments on Natalee Holloway; on cable there have been many more. Network execs apparently see this kind of story as a recipe for success, and so they’re joining forces to give the people what they want. With a nod to the blogger who calls himself “The Poor Man,” we introduce the new network devoted to tracking the every move of white women, around the clock and around the world.

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