...of a Washington Times reporter:
The finances are so tight that the newspaper hasn't paid some of its bills or tended to basic maintenance issues -- such as hiring an exterminator to deal with mice and snakes sneaking into the building on New York Avenue in Northeast.
"The feeling everyone feels is that it's a totally rudderless ship," said Julia Duin, the paper's longtime religion reporter. "Nobody knows who's running it. Is it the board of directors? We don't know. There was a three-foot-long black snake in the main conference room the other day. We have snakes in the newsroom -- the real live variety, at least. One of the security people gallantly removed it."
It was probably there for the mice. In fact, I think I see an answer to the WT's "exterminator" problem.
I thought the reporters were the rats and the snakes....
Her bellyaching may be pointless as apparently the Washington Times is going to be sold.
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