WHAT HAPPENED to the bland magazine of yore? Now you are a publication on steroids. First, you incur the wrath of the Law Society of Upper Canada with your Aug. 6 cover story “Lawyers Are Rats,” and then you engender the displeasure of U.S. Ambassador David H. Wilkins with your Oct. 1 cover “How Bush became the new Saddam.” That was well and good, but now you’ve really gone too far.
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