From its Friday Feature:
Liz Halloran is a senior writer for U.S. News, which she joined in ’05. Before hitting the WH ’08 campaign trail, she covered the SCOTUS, the media and wrote news features. Prior to U.S. News, she worked in the Washington bureau of the Hartford Courant as well as the paper’s Hartford’s newsroom, where she was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize for breaking news. Halloran also worked for the Waterbury Republican and American, and the Bloomington Daily Pantagraph. But today she’s our Friday Feature: …
What is your biggest weakness (and not your job interview biggest weakness)?
Movie comedies — marginal or brilliant, doesn’t matter. I’m a cheap laugh. From “Airplane,” and “Big Momma’s House,” to “Young Frankenstein” and, my all time favorite, “This is Spinal Tap.”
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