No fewer than 6 days after we stole Gawker's "Unethicist" idea, it struck back by copying our suggestion that, just perhaps, people were submitting phony letters to Emily Yoffe's "Dear Prudie" column. Don't get us wrong: we thoroughly approve of Prudie's inclination to select easy targets of mockery. But we're concerned that in her effort to get in a good line, she's letting some totally fake letters in through the cracks. We only wish we were clever enough to write some of these doozies. (Our new guess for the fake-letter-bandit is Kenji Yoshini, who dressed up one of the questions on the final exam he gave us to make a tidy little piece for Slate).
Sorry for the short post, but it's not even our day to blog and we're too busy getting ready for spring fling to keep Le Blog in order while FHC relaxes poolside solving some sort of make-believe world health crisis. [NDLR: Being oceans away doesn't seem to have kept FHC from adding Friendsters...]