This is why you hear the new public intellectuals grinding on about the necessity of civility and “good-faith” arguments. They feel disrespected by anyone who does not treat them as the head of the household[,]

wrote Mr. SICHA, the just-appointed Styles editor of the New York Times, who had described in several interviews midnight moves and raiding couch cushions for change. All that is rather quite over and done with now.

(“I assume your staff treat you like their boss, however,” I asked him. “I don’t let them make eye contact, obviously,” Mr. SICHA top-posted back.)

Some people are better than other people.

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