The stationery costs alone make it a terrible idea.
The smarty-pants over at The Christian Science Monitor, an internationally read publication of some renown, are sticking their noses squarely where they do not belong.
They are sticking them in Western Pennsylvania's business.
Apparently finding unappealing the prospect of covering that boring war in Afghanistan or the stupefyingly dull health care reform proposal, the Mon -- as its bohemian, clove-cigarette smoking readership often refers to it -- is suggesting Pittsburgh needs a new nickname.
In its less-than-humble opinion, "The Steel City" doesn't cut it anymore. As if anyone asked Laurent …