Tuesday, June 19, 2007


I like to celebrate—as well as practice, when possible—good writing. The following, however, is not an example of it. Here’s the lead, reprinted verbatim, from Robert Everett-Green’s review of the White Stripes’ new record, Icky Thump, in today’s Globe and Mail:
“For a people that takes prides in knowing who among the famous is more or less secretly Canadian, we sure were fooled by Jack White.”
The White Stripes: Icky Thump (mp3) from All Things Go

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