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Not to mention having to work in a building (built with ill-gotten 9/11 funds) where maggots and dead rats fall from the ceiling onto the maggots and rats who work at the paper...

Written By: shark
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And which Libertarian newspapers do you support? I keep forgetting their names.

Written By: kindlingman
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Starbucks strikes me as being more business savvy than that.

Written By: Jeremy Bowers
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And which Libertarian newspapers do you support? I keep forgetting their names.
Well, I used to have subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal and The Economist, back when they were within shouting distance of libertarian. Unfortunately, both wandered into the same mushy morass of "moderate" mediocrity as all the rest.

Written By: Billy Hollis
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Starbucks strikes me as being more business savvy than that.
But they still won’t carry the WSJ. Of course, the WSJ has a profitable online model.

Written By: Ryan
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The building is worth some money. The paper is worth what I pay for it, and I don’t subscribe. If insanity is doing the same thing, repeatedly, and expecting a different result, then the management of the Times is insane.

If the Times didn’t have a non-voting stock setup, Pinch and crew would be on the street already. The stock price will continue to decline, until the total value of the outstanding stock equals the worth of the building.

Written By: MarkD
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"Starbucks is famous for making their coffee experience repeatable"

"coffee experience"??



Written By: timactual
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The entire newspaper industry is in collapse for similar reasons to the recording industry or the movie theater industry. You could write something interesting on that, but you’ve written nothing but offensive and pointless snark. Filler.

Written By: glasnost
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De gustibus non est disputandum...

Written By: Billy Hollis
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