Yesterday, the Times' Sarah Richards treated us all to an examination of the gentile infidels who use online Jewish dating service JDate (she includes herself in this gang of online love insurgents). In her piece, Richards profiled several users, but failed to include her interview with official NYC ladies' man Chris London. Chris London will not stand for that, nuh-uh, and he'll use a mass email to tell us so:

Just FYI, while I was initially disappointed that the NY Times Editorial Staff decided to cut me from being profiled in the Fashion & Style piece by Sarah Richards on Non-Jews dating Jews on JDATE, I sort of now feel worse in retrospect for the writer and NY Times readers.

Whoa. Sarah Richards made a big mistake not using this guy in her piece. Why would she discard what must've been some great material from her interview with London? Oh, maybe it's Gawker's fault:

Because in your view, [I am] overexposed in the media for having been quoted in NY Times twice and in New York Magazine a multitude of times by seeemingly serious and accomplised writers who are not in any way journalistically lazy. I sense your fear had somewhat to do with the Gawker piece penned last year... Perhaps the fear was that Gawker or another Media Blog would [mock] again.

Yeah, we bet the Times is afraid being made fun of by us and our violent bunny-slippers. But if London's argument doesn't have you convinced of the blog-born conspiracy to keep him out of the press, let him give you a final thought:

A better question to ask the NY Times or New York Magazine is why then am I not a contributing editor on your staff.

Let's all sleep on this one, shall we?