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Thursday, September 29, 2005
A lack of diversity: I hate to say it, but I think if you had a Christian on the copy desk -- or even someone who once went to a church for a long wedding and got bored and started flipping through the Bible in the back of the pews -- you wouldn't have made this error.


The About New York column yesterday, about an imagined conversation with God at a Manhattan diner, referred incorrectly to the Bible to which the thickness of the menu was likened. It is the King James Version, not St. James.


The New York Times newsroom apparently needs to work on diversity hiring that is more than skin deep.

12:59 PM

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You wonder whether, over at the NYT, anybody's embarrassed.
 
You know how you can take pride in not knowing the lyrics to some Brittany Spears song... Thats probably how they feel about this mistake.
 
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