In a stellar example of evergreen journalism, the Philadelphia Inquirer also had a little fun.
Tired of celebrities, politcians and other public figures taking the same route of recovery after some scandal, most usually of their own making? Well, apparently so is the Inqy.
They’ve set up a “Redeemability Quotient,” a mathematical formula to see how well or if at all someone could clean their name up after a public relations stumble.
Check it out, well worth the time.