Regarding U.S. newspapers chief Bob Dickey's announcement of President's Rings for 10 publishers of Gannett's 82 U.S. newspapers, Anonymous@7:15 p.m. writes:
Prince William demanded costs be kept down for his wedding and his wife-to-be be forgiven for not being a virgin. He changed some things to adapt to today's world. Nice going, William.
GCI chiefs, on the other hand, clung to their ring ritual like a dim-witted coach handing out MVPs to members of a zero-and-50 basketball team. The biggest star of all? A guy whose recent poor judgment and lapse in ethics embarrassed serious journalists throughout the country. It's like saying it's okay to cheat as long as you win the game.
With Gannett, everything seems within reach except good judgment, integrity and the ability to tell right from wrong.
GCI should have given the ring thing a vacation this year, promising to bring it back when there is something worth celebrating.