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Secretary Right & The Hoff

By Alexander Russo — September 13, 2007 1 min read

Seething with indignation (if, as usual, not entirely making sense), here’s what Andywonk has to say about his love of Hoff, my loose grasp of time and space, etc: Hoff, Russo, & Interns.

The subtext [of Andy’s post], as per usual: “I must be right. I am always right. Right, right, right. No one can be more right than I am. I am...Mr. Right. No, that’s not right. I am...King Right. No, no one likes kings. I am...Secretary Right? Yesss.”

Then, in practically his next breath, Andy swoops in with a late, long, and obvious post about the NEA and Miller. Oy. Who’s paying for him to do this, again?

UPDATE: Andy takes note of this post but doesn’t seem to recognize that the “I must be right” bit (above) is a lampoon of his always-rightness, not a tantrum on my part. You got that, I know, but I’m adding brackets and quotation marks to help out the others.

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