Not much happening in the movie world today, so how about this? Slate‘s Mickey Kaus has spotted an error in a 4.23 N.Y. Times profile of billionaire Ron Burkle‘s chummy relationship with Bill Clinton. The Times story traces their relationship back to the L.A. riots in ’92, when then-candidate Clinton, touring around the damaged areas of L.A., noticed that some supermarkets were untorched. This was “because the owner, Mr. Burkle, treated his customers and employees fairly,” the ,em>Times story says. Kaus did a NEXIS search and learned that Burkle’s markets, operated by his company Food4Less, “sustained some $25 million to $ 30 million in riot-related damage [togroceries]” and that “at the height of the riots, 44 of its stores had been shut down.”