Monday, March 16, 2009

The wages of what?

I have trouble seeing this as much of a lead story; it looks like a grab for anything that looks like News2Use, just to keep that pesky international news off the front page. But the really interesting thing is the verb in the last sentence in the deck: "But consumers could see fewer choices as the war wages."

As the war wages what?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

As the war wages welentlessly, I suppose.

9:16 PM, March 16, 2009  
Blogger The Ridger, FCD said...

No, no, no. "Fewer choices" are the "wages of war". Like "death" and "sin".

9:37 PM, March 16, 2009  
Blogger Strayhorn said...

I suppose war waging is like waxing wroth.

Wagstaff: Is Roth out there, too? Tell Roth to wax the Dean for awhile. ...

12:38 PM, March 17, 2009  

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