The pundit's first target is Larry Litle, keeper of Simple Thoughts of a Complex Mind. Litle's sins include typos and unkempt writing. It's all pretty petty; at one point the alleged cognoscenti tees off on Litle for using "204" instead of "2004" in a sentence about the last presidential election. The pundit types:
We feel George W. Bush has been in office for an eternity, but clearly he could not have been president since 204. The U.S. didn't become the U.S. until the late 1700s. But perhaps that's too complex for Litle's simple mind.
Some bloggers worry the pundit will screw up a good thing with this sort of "nonsensical hissy-fitting" (a fine phrase coined by another local writer). Not a chance.