After nearly 40 years, I’ve finally actually enjoyed (almost) reading an issue of PAW (April 7). For one thing, in the letters section, several writers, including older alums, suggested, albeit much too genteelly, that despite his Princeton degree, Andrew Schlafly ’81 is an idiot (but then, the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree, does it?). But wait, there’s more! In the article “Nothing succeeds like failure,” individuals from Princeton actually admitted that they were not infallible.
Hell finally has frozen over.
Browsing Letters 2009-2010