Friday, October 21, 2005

Career advice in the Op-Eds

The Post's Gene Robinson:

The other is something everybody in Washington media circles knows: Judy Miller is a real piece of work.

And I mean that in a good way, because pieces of work make the world a far more interesting place. There's one at every workplace, a larger-than-life figure who gets away with anything, who inspires others to shake their heads in outrage or admiration, who causes bosses and underlings alike to mutter or scream: "That So-and-So is a real piece of work."

If you disagree with that sweeping statement -- if you're thinking there's nobody who remotely fits that description at your office -- then I'm afraid the piece of work is probably you.

Why's everybody looking at me? What do you mean, what do I mean?


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