So how does The New York Times play the story? One column inch on the bottom of today's Page One, with the full story on an inside page. And what story takes up one-fourth (yes, one-fourth!) of Page One, and above the fold, to boot? A profile of Chelsea Clinton, who may again be the nation's first daughter.
A year and a half ago, I canceled one of my two Vonage VoIP lines and switched back to a Verizon land line. Yet, every month, despite my regular calls to Vonage, Vonage bills me for its non-existent service. And, every month, I call American Express, and American Express credits my account for the Vonage absurdity. I now understand why 'Vonage the Dog' (as per the 'Mad Money' man) has plummeted to two dollars and change from its offering price of 17.