Classic pajama in silky satin charmeuse with a subtle luster. An everyday luxury, for sleeping or blogging, from Victoria's Secret.
When former CBS executive v.p. Jonathan Klein dismissed bloggers as "a guy sitting in his living room in his pajamas" on FOXNews Friday night, he was the one who should have been wearing pajamas. While Old Media sleeps, New Media is on the case. Instapundit broke the story within minutes of the broadcast. It replicated exponentially throughout the Pajamasphere -- Andrea Harris' warm and fuzzy term -- to hilarious effect over the weekend and showed up in John Fund's op ed in this morning's Opinion Journal, where he called it "a watershed media moment."
It's but the latest yearning-to-breathe-free example of what we described during Sandy Berger's Trousergate scandal last July as "an inversion of Winston Churchill's famous comparison of the speed of lies vs. truth."