Mr. Wrong

Mr. Wrong By Joe MacLeod
Mr Wrong: Enjoy the Silence

The Mr. Wrong Column has been Fired from City Paper, Baltimore's Least-Wrong Alternative Weekly. I can't complain, though, seriously, this thing has been running, on and off, since Sept. 30 of The Year Nineteen Hundred and Ninety-Eight, can you believe that?

I thank—and you may thank, or blame—Mr. A.

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Mr. Wrong: My Money is Taking a Bank Holiday in the Toilet

There is a new radio station here in town called the Bloomberg Radio, and it is all about Business, and you can get at it on a radio via Frequency Modulation (FM) at 99.1, and there's traffic and weather for Baltimore and the D.

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Mr. Wrong: Beep-beep Young American

This episode of Baltimore's Most Inebriated Alternative Weekly is all about the Alcohol, "booze," if you will, and also at the same time about David Bowie, who is a famous popular musician, even though he is recently deceased, that's how good he is at being David Bowie. Accordingly, this iteration of The Mr.

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Mr. Wrong: The sweetness is my weakness

Man, I was having myself a pretty good 2016 A.D.

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Mr. Wrong: Totally Top Ten Time

This episode of City Paper, Baltimore's Top 10 Alternative Weeklies, is all about Top 10, or at least that's what they told me (and you know who They are), and here at The Mr. Wrong Column we are always pleased to Harmonize with the Theme of a particular issue, when we know what it is, and it is what it is: Top 10! Let's go!

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Mr. Wrong: Bill of Wrongs

Hey Citizens, I still think America is a good Idea, as long as We The People own up to the fact that a lot of the Theories of America are steeped in Cognitive Dissonance, which, in Psychology, is "the state of having inconsistent thoughts, beliefs, or attitudes, especially as relating to behavioral decisions and attitude change."

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