Time Magazine has become not so much nasty, though there has always been that aspect to it, but simply unprofessional and lazy; to call it superficial would impute to it an obesity of content and substance vastly in excess of the diaphanous current product. Time never grasped the ability, that Maclean's magazine in Canada, so long a pious and parochial lap-dog of national media group-think, as soporific as dried parsley, demonstrated under Ken Whyte, of plucking interesting things and people to focus on each week.
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