January 11, 2005
On the Kinsey scale. And he thinks the Tripp book is "engrossing" but "uneven." And he denounces the Weekly Standard piece as "a useful exhibit in the degeneration of conservative discourse." Yet Nobile's attack on Tripp's book is carefully spelled out, while Sullivan's attack on Nobile is detail-free namecalling. So which is more of "a useful exhibit in the degeneration of ... discourse"?