From Slate’s Dear Prudence column:
I am five years younger than the newest hire [at this newspaper], and I am infinitely more efficient, clear with my writing, and communicative with my sources than the new reporter. [She] constantly works overtime, is defensive to managers, and is overall awkward and completely aloof to her bizarre treatment of sources, other reporters, and bosses. I wonder why nobody ever suggested to this girl that she pursue copyediting instead of reporting.
(You can read Prudie’s snippy response here.)
As a colleague of mine said in her email, I’m laughing too hard to be offended.