Catherine Specter: Hypocrites Shouldn't Point Fingers

   This week, I found Catty's advice to be fairly benign.  She does still deliver a healthy dose of hypocrisy along with a rather nasty scratch at a reader.  Overall, she continues to fall far short of the bar set by the advice goddesses, Ann and Abby.  How much longer will the Post-Gazette force us to endure her clumsy attempts to channel Sex in the City? 

Note to PG:  Sex in the City is off the air.  If you want to deliver a saucy pop-culture influenced dose of advice, find us an Earl or a Dwight Schrute. 

Correspondent's Call:  When she writes ” Why should it be the right of a self-selected group of people to determine the proper attire at a social function,”  Catty should take a long hard look back at her comments on the proper attire for women to wear on dates.  I guess it is different for someone paid by the PG to dish out obnoxious advice. 



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