In your icy Tuesday media column: Michael Wolff vs. David Carr vol. 89, a belated apology for the "worst deal of the century," a Christian is found in the liberal media, and the NYT luvs Kim Kardashian (maybe).

The amusing-to-us Michael Wolff vs. David Carr battle continues today with yet another column of Michael Wolff saying things about David Carr's latest column, like:

"I haven't been this excited about buying something since I was eight years old and sent away for the tiny seahorses I saw advertised in the back of a comic book," you say. (Just one more difference between us: I was interested in the glasses in the back of the comic books that let you see through girls' dresses.)

So, horndog Michael Wolff calls David Carr gay, basically. An analytical media mind in action!

Jerry Levin, the man who helped engineer the Time Warner-AOL merger from hell, took the time yesterday to apologize for what he called "the worst deal of the century." Good for him. See, Wall Street? It's not impossible.

Well well, the truth comes out: NBC's Lester Holt is a Christian. Not just any Christian, but an admitted church-attending, baptized Christian whose own mother alleges "he is not ashamed of the gospel of Christ." We liberal atheist media types are coming to get you now, Lester Holt! We haughtily run your kind right out of the business! Only Bernie Goldberg can save you now!

The New York Times Media Group's chief advertising officer tells Ad Age the paper is "taking a bit of a wait and see approach" on inserting paid advertisement tweets into its official Twitter stream, implying that the New York Times might be using Kim Kardashian as a media role model.