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Lila Rose’s anti-abortion group Live Action sent a 23-weeks-pregnant woman to a Bronx abortion clinic where the woman was advised that if she wanted an abortion and the baby were born anyway, she could carry out infanticide. More in my Sunday column.
Should Anthony Weiner run for Mayor of New York? Sure, why not. Why on Earth wouldn’t he? More in my Sunday column.
The Post got so much mail about my column about why waiters are annoying that my editor invited several letter writers into the office to pose for photos. The Post printed a generous selection of their letters today.
But beneath all the anger, is there not some agreement? Waiters don’t like performing like trained seals any [...]
People write in to tell me I’m a troll. Am I?
To me a troll is one who, as it were, goes to his neighbor’s house and urinates in the shrubbery. I, on the other hand, write for my own site and for that of my employer. The New York Post is known for its attitude, [...]
If anyone in New York City wants to say they agree with my waiter rant, let me know how to reach you. You can use my kyle.smith@nypost email if you want. We may want to quote you in the Post next week. (We already have plenty of volunteers to quote from the anti- side, thanks.)
I don’t actually tip 11 percent. I just thought that was a funny kicker. Generally I just tip double the tax and round up to the nearest dollar. Relax with the threats, it’s just a little comic rant.
Oh, and no profanity is allowed on this site. I can’t edit out all the swearing, so any [...]
My Sunday column has activated the hate sensors of the “service industry.” A sampling of this morning’s hate mail:
YOU were the abortion I was supposed to go through with that summer! I had a hunch you would grow up to be a half-assed sensationalist for the Post, and not a real human being with [...]
In my Sunday column, I ponder what’s so annoying about New York City waiters. Answer: Everything!
In my Sunday column, I wonder why New Yorkers are turned into savages the minute they enter the subway system.
The bodega, or small grocery store, is a quintessential New York City small business, typically owned and operated by an immigrant. Alas, it is disappearing, thanks in part to Mayor Bloomberg and an anti-small-business bureaucracy. More in my Sunday column.« Previous Entries