Skip to comments.How Could We Live Without the New York Times?
Posted on 07/31/2011 9:59:55 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
The murders of nearly a hundred Norwegians last week were a dream come true for Pinch Sulzberger and his left-wing minions at the New York Times.
Not the deaths themselves, of course.
Rather the fact that, at long last, a terror attack had been committed by someone other than a Muslim or member of the far left.
Of course Times journalists immediately embraced the notion that Anders Breivik was a right-wing, fundamentalist Christian gun-lov[er] obsessed with the threats of multiculturalism and Muslim immigration.
After all, a few months earlier, the Paper of Record had hoped to transform Jared Lochner into a Limbaugh-inspired member of the Reagan revolution,but had to swallow hard when that narrative didnt hold water.
Descriptions of Lochner by friends as very liberal, a pothead and left wing, coupled with the fact that he is proud 9/11 truther who nonchalantly killed very conservative Federal judge John Roll, forced even the Times to drop that line of attack.
Nevertheless, the 1500 page manifesto left by Breivik provided the Times something Lochner had not a journal which could be distorted, misrepresented and stretched to fit virtually any meme the liberal media desired.
And though the Times has tried to do just that, facts continue to get in the way.
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I’ve lived without the NYT all my life.
Haven't needed NYT since my parrot died - had no need to line the cage anymore!
How Could We Live Without the New York Times?
Countless NY liberal birdcages would go unlined for defecation capture.
Ah Yes, The New York Times. “ All the news thats fit to Skew”
I wouldn’t wipe a sick dog’s fanny with the NYT.
Here’s what I want to see a Conservative ask the NYT on TV...
Since you make such a big deal of a white “Christian” committing an act of terror against other white “Christians,’ that directly implies they are of more value than brown muslims who are killed in far greater numbers by other brown muslims whom you report on only in passing.
How then you justify your obvious racism?
Life would be do much better without it.
easy.......I have no puppies or bird cage....
How can we live without the New York Times? My family, my relatives, and my neighbors are all finding out after canceling our subscriptions. The answer: quite well, actually. Thanks for asking.
NYT comic page: Paul Krugman column and blog
I stopped lining the parakeet cage with the NYT after a couple weeks when I noticed the bird starting to lean left on her perch.
“How Could We Live Without the New York Times?”
Easy...I’ve lived my entire life without the NYT.
One thing people don’t realize is that, even using the NY Times for bird-cage lining or fish-wrap, helps them. They count every paper that is sold or distributed, as part of their circulation totals. And, circulation helps their bottom line when they quote that number for advertising sales. I wouldn’t buy the paper, and I wouldn’t even accept it for free, or even if they paid me to take it. By the way, that is exactly what I said to the St. Pete Times every time they called to get me to subscribe; they’ve stopped calling me.
My answer is to simply go completely without the NY Times or without similarly biased publications.
“All the News That Fits Our Views.”
Well I’m sure we would find a way to muddle through with out the’’ Old Gray Lady’’ but you’d come to miss the Sunday edition that’s for sure. You would miss it because if you’re ever toilet training a puppy the Sunday edition of The Slimes is about five or six pounds of newspaper that you can just spread out all over where ever you need it all week long.
One of my favorite shows, Red Eye, would lose a good character (Pinch).
I’ve been doing just fine for the past eight years.
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