The dog ate our contents.

The dog ate our contents.

The dog ate our contents.

Policy made plain.
Jan. 26 1997 3:30 AM

The dog ate our contents.

(290 words; posted Saturday, Jan. 25; to be composted Saturday, Feb. 1)

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--Michael Kinsley

Michael Kinsley is a columnist, and the founding editor of Slate.