You know how newspapers write obits on people long before they die? Usually it leads to hilarious screw-ups when it gets sent to the web early. But today's New York Times rembrance of Sunny von Bülow (a good a candidate as any for an advance obit given she was in a coma since 1980) briefly had a very different kind of error, running a very non-Timesian byline "ENNEMY." (Says the tipster who spotted this: "The final insult to Sunny. Her obit was written by a member of eminem's posse.") When it was corrected, the actual byline turned out to be Enid Nemy, a feature writer who started at the paper in 1963 and retired around 2002.