Today’s copy editing lol: The National Ledger masthead

Because I hate freedom, bitter asswipe etc., I bring you this gem from the National Ledger’s masthead:


Chris Adamo has edited and wrote for “The Wyoming Christian”, the state newsletter for Christian Coalition of Wyoming.

Well I suspect he has done wrote, but anymore we won’t be using him as editor.

The rest of the masthead is a gallery of rogues, idiots, and the genuinely evil that includes Michelle “bring back Manzanar” Malkin and Paul Weyrich.

Also this guy:

who describes himself thus:

JB Williams is a business man, a husband, a father, and a writer. A no nonsense commentator on American politics, American history, and American philosophy. A hard hitting columnist, attacking the socialist cancer plaguing America today. He has a pragmatic “common Joe” approach to even the toughest issues facing our nation. He has a degree in BS from the school of hard knocks, and a uniquely entertaining way of helping even the most liberal among us, to discover the obvious. He is published nationwide and in many countries around the globe, and is currently working on a book.

There sits JB, cellphone cradled on his shoulder, laboriously tapping out sentence fragments and malformed clauses. Type on, JB! Type on!

6 thoughts on “Today’s copy editing lol: The National Ledger masthead

  1. The only way he could be any more an encyclopedic plate of the stereotype that he is, is if that were a nascar hat cradled on his head.

    1. I guess it’s what happens when you try to call yourself an “average joe” but you’re a below-average joe and don’t know the phrase.

  2. A BS [in Pre-Pussy Inspection, no doubt!] from the the School of Hard Knocks? What a cut-up!
    Oh, “a degree in BS” — I get it. It’s even less funny, but I get it.

      1. …why is there a comma after “among us?”
        it says he is working on a book…meaning there’s still a few pages that he hasn’t colored yet.

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