That's a book that I wish to see in bookstores someday. Well, it may actually happen. Apparently, Crown Books are curious about the charge that the New York Times didn't acknowledge Dale Earnhardt's death until two days after his death. She would be referring to this article by Rick Bragg, which of course she slanders royally, but even worse is that she somehow missed these NY Times articles (which appear to have been published two days before the Bragg article — The short obit on page D3, and the feature article that was printed on the FRONT PAGE that day. — the very two days which she claimed that the Old Grey Lady ignored ol' Dale. Now, if she just overlooked the article, I'd have to question her research methods. As a columnist, I'd assume she'd have access to the Nexis database. Now, that I managed to find a bunch of Earnhardt articles, from my laptop at home without the aid of Nexis, but rather just Google and the NY Times pay-per archives, it makes you question what she did learn at that fancy journalism school at Cornell.