There are two things I look forward to the most when I carry on my religious routine of going to Eli’s Bagels in Aberdeen every Friday morning: the bagel, of course, and reading through the New York Post. Yes, the archaic, age-old practice of actually turning pieces of paper to read a story rather than pressing a button. Anyway, I am always amused by Phil Mushnick’s column, which he has had for nearly thirty years, one where he takes shots at people on radio and television for the greater good of the viewer. He is a media watchdog, so to speak, and generally, I agree with what he has to say, save for his redundant I-Told-You-So’s and attacks on Mike Francessa. This past Friday though, Mushnick said something that the casual reader, or someone new to his way of writing, might be offended and alarmed by, and that was in a joke comparison that the now-Brooklyn Nets should be more like their owner, the rapper Jay Z.