I know that many on this board are angry with the Free Press, and many have vowed not to read it again, starting a "boycott" of the paper.
I'd suggest, for the general readability of the board, that if this is a stance you've taken, you need not reiterate it everytime someone mentions the Free Press, links an article, or refers to a writer. You have chosen to ignore the paper - we'll respect that. Respect the choice of others to do what they want as well.
Recently, a thread about Dontrelle Willis was completely hijacked and the OP pointlessly negged because he linked to a Free Press article - can't people have enough respect for the decisions others make to just let it go? Watching legitimate topics of conversation get stymied or ignored because of the "YOU LINKED TO THE FREEP!!!!" brigade is nearly as tiresome as Rosenberg's columns. If you choose not to read or link to the paper, fine - but please respect the point of view of people who don't choose to do so as well.
I'm not going to change what I wrote, as people have already responded, and I don't want to invalidate things they wrote, but I do want to revise: I intend this more as a "proposal" - as I realize I've been as strident, as recently as today, about making fun of the vocal proponents of the boycott. What I'm saying is this: rather than yelling at posters for posting a FREEP link, and then having me, or someone else, make fun of the boycott, how about the boycotters understand that not everyone agrees with with, and I'll respect your decision to read what ever paper you want.