David Simons Eyecare Phone and Map of Address: Shop 8 Glenvista Shop Ctr, Sneeuberg Rd, Glenvista, Gauteng, , South Africa, Johannesburg, Business Reviews, Consumer Complaints and Ratings for Optometrists in Johannesburg. Contact Now! Just over a quarter century ago, when I was a young scribbler traipsing around the metro desk of the Baltimore Sun, I had an early opportunity to learn a lesson about money, about ethics, about capitalism and, in particular, about the American entertainment industry. And Dorothy Simon, she raised no fools. I only needed to learn it once. I learned about something called 'packaging.' And now.
Did You Know Trivia. A Former Baltimore Sun crime reporter, David Simon is the author of the book, "The Corner", and is also the creator of both the Baltimore-based show, The Wire (), and the inspiration behind the show, Homicide: Life on the Street (). The Wire Forever: David Simon on the Quarantine Favorite and His Equally Pissed-Off New Show, The Plot Against America “You either fight now, or there will be nothing to fight over.” By.
40 quotes from David Simon: 'My standard for verisimilitude is simple and I came to it when I started to write prose narrative: fuck the average reader. I was always told to write for the average reader in my newspaper life. The average reader, as they meant it, was some suburban white subscriber with two-point-whatever kids and three-point-whatever cars and a dog and a cat and lawn furniture. Including his masterpiece "The Wire," David Simon's HBO series have garnered critical acclaim while appealing to a small if discriminating slice of viewers. If ever the latter deserved to change.
David Judah Simon (born February 9, ) is an American author, journalist, and television writer and producer best known for his work on The Wire (–08). He worked for the Baltimore Sun City Desk for twelve years (–95), wrote Homicide: A Year on the Killing Streets (), and co-wrote The Corner: A Year in the Life of an Inner-City Neighborhood () with Ed Burns. With regard to this week's miserable performance by the New York Times in its gotcha-til-we-squee, front-page, lead-column scoopfest on Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein's supposed Trumphunting, I think the whole mess requires something a little more detailed than the generalized contempt I've already offered on Twitter. So here we go: Dear men and women of the Times. From all that has been.