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NY Times staffers near mutiny as paper continues to slide into oblivion
American Thinker ^ | 12/28/11 | Rick Moran

Posted on 12/28/2011 8:32:21 AM PST by Nachum

The rocky, rickety boat that is the New York times has long been in peril of sinking. Now the Times staffers have sent a letter to publisher Arthur Sulzberger expressing "profound dismay" at the direction the company is headed.

Huffington Post:

The letter calls attention to several grievances. Last week, Times brass notified foreign citizens employed in the paper's overseas bureaus that their pensions would be frozen. In the letter, Times staffers dismayed by this decision point out to Sulzberger that some of these foreign employees, working alongside Times reporters in war zones, have "risked their lives so that we can do our jobs."

The open letter may have been prompted by this and other recent decisions, but it brought to the surface long-simmering tensions. In the past several years, staffers have faced temporary pay cuts, layoffs, and buyouts. They have worked since March without a new contract. Regarding ongoing negotiations, the letter notes that Sulzberger's "negotiators have demanded a freeze of our pension plan and an end to our independent health insurance." O'Meara said staffers did not receive a raise this year.

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TOPICS: News/Current Events; US: New York
KEYWORDS: carlosslim; dbm; eljefe; mutiny; newyork; newyorkcity; newyorkslimes; newyorktimes; ny; staffers; times
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1 posted on 12/28/2011 8:32:29 AM PST by Nachum
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To: Nachum

May they all kill each other!

2 posted on 12/28/2011 8:35:03 AM PST by E.K. Crossbow
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To: Nachum

Good news at last.

3 posted on 12/28/2011 8:36:00 AM PST by Christian1
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To: Nachum

Good news at last.

4 posted on 12/28/2011 8:36:07 AM PST by Christian1
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To: Nachum

Welcome to the real world guys. Be glad you’ve got a job - a whole lot of people don’t.

5 posted on 12/28/2011 8:36:49 AM PST by circlecity
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To: Nachum

Small fiddle.

6 posted on 12/28/2011 8:36:58 AM PST by Anti-Bubba182
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To: E.K. Crossbow

Now, if CNN and MSNBC would just follow suit...

7 posted on 12/28/2011 8:37:06 AM PST by achilles2000 ("I'll agree to save the whales as long as we can deport the liberals")
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To: Nachum

For years I bought books usually based upon the NYT bestsellers lists of which dominated the market shelves and bookstores.

Now that I have converted to E-books the NYT lists are meaningless, what I search for is independent authors with introductory or even free books, just to get themselves heard.

Die NYT, die in a blaze of old wrinkled yellow paper. You ate the the cookie on socialism plate.

8 posted on 12/28/2011 8:37:12 AM PST by Eye of Unk (Castigo Cay by Matt Bracken, check it out. And his other works.)
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To: Nachum

Death to the Old Gray Whore. NYT-Obama must go!

9 posted on 12/28/2011 8:37:11 AM PST by Old Sarge (RIP FReeper Skyraider (1930-2011) - You Are Missed)
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To: Nachum

The problem with the NY Times shrinking readership is its op ed page. Staffers should demand their heads.

10 posted on 12/28/2011 8:37:37 AM PST by y6162
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To: Nachum

The Times, like all dead-tree news outlets, is simply being replaced by technology. Their internal fights are death spasms.

That they are left-leaning is not so much the cause but the laugh line in the story.

11 posted on 12/28/2011 8:37:46 AM PST by lurk
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To: Nachum
O'Meara said staffers did not receive a raise this year.

Oh boo hoo...many Americans saw their salaries go down this year or their job completely gone.

12 posted on 12/28/2011 8:38:07 AM PST by BookmanTheJanitor
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To: Nachum

I feel for them? NOT! I love how karma works. =.=

13 posted on 12/28/2011 8:38:16 AM PST by cranked
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To: Nachum

Now that the internet has exposed them as the whorenalist libtard propogandists that they are, they are going to whine and complain?

Too bad- you caused your OWN downfall.

14 posted on 12/28/2011 8:38:16 AM PST by Mr. K (Physically unable to profreed <--- oops, see?)
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To: Nachum

A suggestion for the Slimes... try reporting NEWS without a slant for a change. You’d be surprised at the money you’ll make doing that.

15 posted on 12/28/2011 8:38:19 AM PST by Keith in Iowa (No Mit Sherlock. No Mit, not now, not ever. | FR Class of 1998 |)
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To: Nachum

Think of the left as a Jim Jones cult except you can leave thru the front gate and go home. Well since the cult left has been taken over by psychopaths who love nothing better than to call its 95% white readership racist for the smallest infraction of PC it is no suprise people are leaving. Everyday on the Left is a Mall of America and you better damn well not notice, but you damn well better suffer in silence.

16 posted on 12/28/2011 8:39:59 AM PST by junta ("Peace is a racket", testimony from crime boss Barrack Hussein Obama.)
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To: Nachum

NYT = Communist Kamikaze.

17 posted on 12/28/2011 8:40:35 AM PST by MarineBrat (Better dead than red!)
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To: Nachum
What a terrible, terrible shame. Or is it a tragedy?

Whatever. I guess if the NYT goes out of business, no news really will be good news.

18 posted on 12/28/2011 8:41:30 AM PST by trisham (Zen is not easy. It takes effort to attain nothingness. And then what do you have? Bupkis.)
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To: Nachum

What a caricature of liberal attitudes. They are mad because they aren’t getting enough and resentful of other employees who are getting more than they do.

19 posted on 12/28/2011 8:41:30 AM PST by DManA
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To: Nachum

What, any of these whiners plan on giving up their gold plated pensions and health care plans? Perhaps even reduce their health care plans to something that ONLY costs $1000 a month? No?

Typical liberal ideology... Give them loads of stuff, but don’t you dare take one of my benefits away. When they look at those fellows who were risking their lives in war zones who might not get a pension now, I sure hope that at least one pauses to realize that this is probably JUST from the addition of sex change operation benefits to the company insurance plan. And when these guys hear the sad stories that health benefits are being slashed, they can take comfort that 12% of the staff claims to be gay to give roommates a free ride on the company health plan.

Once again, it is the unacknowledged personal greed that is hurting others.

20 posted on 12/28/2011 8:41:59 AM PST by kingu (Everything starts with slashing the size and scope of the federal government.)
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21 posted on 12/28/2011 8:42:21 AM PST by mkjessup (Jimmy Carter is the Skidmark in the panties of American history, 0bama is the yellow stain in front.)
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To: BookmanTheJanitor

“O’Meara said staffers did not receive a raise this year.”

I didn’t get a raise this year either. Nor did I get one last year, and the year before that I took a 5% cut. Forgive me if I am less than sympathetic to their plight...

22 posted on 12/28/2011 8:44:15 AM PST by ZirconEncrustedTweezers (There are two kinds of people: those who divide people into two kinds and those who don't.)
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To: Nachum

How’s being a lying Marxist immoral propaganda yellow journalist sheet working out for ya NYT?

23 posted on 12/28/2011 8:45:42 AM PST by jpsb
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To: Nachum
These jerks can't even let the “Food” section of the NYTimes alone. Now they're putting all measurements into the metric system rather than the imperial. So now instead of half a cup of flour, you have to get...what? 2,000 grams of flour or something? All to toady up to European sophistication!
24 posted on 12/28/2011 8:46:18 AM PST by miss marmelstein
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To: Nachum
Sulzberger's "negotiators have end to our independent health insurance."

That's the funniest thing I've read in years. The communists at the Times are wailing that the eeeevil capitalists won't subsidize their health care.

Welcome to Russia, comrades.

25 posted on 12/28/2011 8:46:18 AM PST by NativeNewYorker (Freepin' Jew Boy)
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To: achilles2000

Rat On!

26 posted on 12/28/2011 8:47:04 AM PST by E.K. Crossbow
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To: Nachum
I'd love to see Krugman, Friedman and Dowd try to find anyone interested in their opinion without the NYTimes logo on their name tag.
27 posted on 12/28/2011 8:47:21 AM PST by Tex-Con-Man (T. Coddington Van Voorhees VII 2012 - "Together, I Shall Ride You To Victory")
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To: Eye of Unk

[Now that I have converted to E-books the NYT lists are meaningless, what I search for is independent authors with introductory or even free books, just to get themselves heard.]

I now have three titles in publication on Amazon that NEVER would have seen the light of day given the liberal bent of publishers in general. There are 11 bios of Nancy Pelosi, I wrote the only bio of Harry Reid (think about that for a moment, why no one would consider the third most powerful man in the US bio worthy).
Die NYT, die a horrible death, and your little book reviews too!

28 posted on 12/28/2011 8:48:28 AM PST by DaxtonBrown (
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To: Nachum

Always appreciate good news to brighten up my day. Thanks.

29 posted on 12/28/2011 8:48:46 AM PST by Signalman
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To: Nachum

Pinch and the family is in preparations to sell the paper to Carlos Slim.

In order to make the numbers work for Senor Slim, Pinch is slashing costs and dumping assets.

The best part is that 50% of the paid newsroom staff will be eliminated in order to right-size the NYT to the new operating environment.

2012 at the NYT will be fun to watch as Pinch moves forward on his sale to Senor Slim.

30 posted on 12/28/2011 8:50:46 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: Nachum

Trouble in Leftyland?

31 posted on 12/28/2011 8:51:40 AM PST by Leep
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To: Nachum

32 posted on 12/28/2011 8:53:00 AM PST by Beowulf9
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To: Tex-Con-Man

Carlos Slim could care less about a bunch of whiny liberals. He wants to make money. And Pinch and the family want to cash out to Senor Slim.
33 posted on 12/28/2011 8:53:25 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: Nachum
Oh, boohoo, Pinch is being squeezed from all sides. While the mutineers are restless, agitated and out for blood, Pinch concerns himself with finding the missing strawberries.
34 posted on 12/28/2011 8:55:04 AM PST by JPG (Growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional.)
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To: Nachum

end to our independent health insurance....they shouldn’t worry about this. obamacare, which they supported, will cover them.

35 posted on 12/28/2011 8:56:05 AM PST by Terry Mross (I'll only vote for a second party)
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To: Nachum

They should get all their rich lefty friends together and buy it. Looks like $1 billion should give them ownership. Then they can run it non-profit for the good of the employees. If their ideas for running a company are so great, show us how to make them work.

I wish unions and rich democrats would take this approach rather than complaining about how other people run companies. I’d guess unions could have bought up GM (with government dollars of course) and now be paying employees what ever they want.

36 posted on 12/28/2011 8:56:16 AM PST by LostPassword
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To: jimbo123

I hope Slim converts it to an all Spanish language paper.

37 posted on 12/28/2011 8:57:16 AM PST by Harley (Will Rogers never met Harry Reid.)
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To: jimbo123

Can’t wait to see how Senor Slim remakes the Times. Just what NYC has always needed—a Mexican tabloid. If you want to see the Old Gray Lady in a couple of years, check out El Nuevo Alarma, which features graphic photos of Mexican drug violence (warning: some of the shots are extremely gory).

Alarma only has a circulation of about 80,000, but one of every four copies is sold in the U.S. I’m sure that’s come to Senor Slim’s attention. Mo Dowd’s column next to a full-color shot of a headless corpse? Sounds like a winner to me. But then again, how can you tell the difference?

38 posted on 12/28/2011 8:59:21 AM PST by ExNewsExSpook (uoted)
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To: Tex-Con-Man

Here are the (soon-to-be unemployed) NYT staffers who signed the letter to Pinch. Looks like they’ve given Pinch a nice starting point for the 50% staffing cutbacks that will be needed in order to make the sale to Carlos Slim work.

1. Bill O’Meara, NY Newspaper Guild President

2. Grant Glickson, Unit Chair

3. Reed Abelson, Reporter

4. Michael Abrams, Culture backfield editor

5. David Alinkofsky, Staff Assistant

6. Craig Allen, Photo Producer

7. Richard Aloisio, Art Director

8. Lizette Alvarez, National correspondent

9. Benjamin Anastas, Contractor / Staff Editor

10. Daphne Angles, European photo editor

11. Peter Applebome, Reporter, Metro

12. Randy Archibold, Foreign Correspondent

13. Crystal Arroyo, News Assistant

14. Nancy Bachrach, Retiree

15. Jessica Bagdorf

16. Marlene Bagley, Staff Editor

17. Charles Bagli, Reporter

18. Vikas Bajaj, Foreign Correspondent

19. William Baker, Technology

20. Nada Bakri, Cotnract writer

21. Zena Barakat, Video Journalist

22. Walter Baranger, Assistant to the Editor

23. Deborah Barbagallo, Digital Production Manager

24. Michael Barbaro, Political Reporter

25. Alexei Barrionuevo, Foreign Correspondent

26. Dan Barry, Columnist

27. Ellen Barry, Foreign Correspondent, Moscow

28. David Barstow, Reporter

29. Barry Bearak, Reporter

30. Howard Beck, Reporter, Sports

31. Ginia Bellafante, Columnist

32. Pam Belluck, Science reporter

33. Ken Belson, Reporter

34. Joseph Berger, Reporter

35. Stephen Berman, Photo editor

36. Tara Siegel Bernard, Reporter

37. Nina Bernstein, National correspondent

38. Peter Blair, Staff Editor

39. Ralph Blumenthal, Retiree

40. Sam Borden, Reporter, Sports

41. Kassie Bracken, Video Journalist

42. Ben Brantley, Chief theater critic

43. William Broad, Science reporter

44. George Bronner, Pagination

45. Joshua Brustein, Web Producer

46. Natalia Bubenova, Office manager

47. Herbert Buchsbaum, Editor, Foreign Desk

48. Cara Buckley, Reporter

49. Diane Cardwell, Reporter

50. Benedict Carey, Science reporter

51. Bill Carter, Media Reporter

52. Damien Cave, Foreign Correspondent

53. Tony Cenicola, Photographer

54. Kenneth Chang, Science Reporter

55. Linda Chon

56. Thomas Coffey, Staff Editor

57. Micah Cohen

58. Alison Colby, Production Manager

59. Phyllis Collazo, Permissions

60. Glenn Collins, Reporter

61. Charlie Competello, Assistant to the Editor

62. Nick Confessore, National Correspondent

63. Charles Conway, Retired

64. Michael Cooper, National Correspondent

65. Ray Cormier, Staff Editor

66. Joao Costa, Former News Editor

67. Kelly Couturier, Web Producer

68. Stephen Crowley, Staff Photographer

69. Dan Cuff, Retired editor and reporter

70. Cynthia Curry, News Designer

71. Manohla Dargis, Co-chief Film Critic

72. Andrew Das, Staff Editor

73. Jessica De Witt, Photo Editor

74. Suzanne DeChillo, Photographer

75. Bernard Delgado, Staff artist

76. Shaila Dewan, Reporter

77. Harvey Dickson, Staff Editor

78. Sam Dillon

79. Kelly Doe, Art Director

80. Jake Doherty, Staff Editor

81. Joyce Dopkeen, Retired staff photographer

82. Cate Doty, Home Page Producer

83. Lillie Dremeaux, Web Producer

84. Christopher Drew, Investigative reporter

85. Jillian Dunham, Staff Editor, Magazine Research

86. David W. Dunlap, Reporter

87. Jim Dwyer, Columnist

88. Erik Eckholm, Domestic Correspondent

89. Bettina Edelstein, Assistant to the Editor

90. James Estrin, Photographer

91. Bassey Etim, News Assistant

92. Darcy Eveleigh, Photo Editor

93. Kareem Fahim, Reporter, Metro

94. Celina Fang, Photo Producer

95. Sean Patrick Farrell, Video Journalist

96. Robin Finn, Reporter Science News

97. Lisa Foderaro, Reporter

98. Amanda Forrester, Telesales Rep

99. John Fortner

100. Henry Fountain, Reporter

101. Margalit Fox, Reporter

102. Grace Frank, News Design

103. John C. Freed, Staff Editor

104. Milt Freudenheim, Reporter, retired

105. Dan Frosch, Denver bureau

106. Christoph Fuhrmans, Web Producer

107. Trip Gabriel, Reporter

108. Carlotta Gall, Senior Correspondent, Afghanistan

109. Louis Gambarini, Security

110. Caryn Gelsomino, Marketing

111. Catherine Gilmore-Barnes, Art Director

112. William Glaberson, Reporter

113. James Glanz, Investigative Reporter

114. Sheila Glaser, Staff Editor

115. Daniel Gold, Staff Editor

116. Francisco Gonzalez, COF CSR

117. David Gonzalez

118. Erica Goode, National Reporter

119. J. David Goodman, Reporter

120. Laurie Goodstein, National Correspondent

121. Elissa Gootman, Reporter

122. Michael Gordon, Reporter

123. Denise Grady, Reporter

124. Laurel Graeber, Assistant Desk Head, Culture

125. Penelope Green, Reporter

126. Steven Greenhouse, National correspondent

127. Linda Greenhouse, Retired Washington correspondent

128. Jane Gross, Retired correspondent and blogger

129. Michael Gross, Former reporter and columnist

130. Karen Grzelewski, Pagination

131. Susan Guerrero, Staff Editor

132. Pat Gurosky, Editor

133. Elena Gustines, Staff Assistant

134. Eileen M. Guzmich, Compiler

135. Clyde Haberman, Columnist

136. Gregory Hagan, Data Center

137. Emily Hager, Video Journalist

138. Danny Hakim,

139. David Halbfinger, Reporter

140. Mike Hale, Television critic

141. Rusha Haljuci

142. Nakyung Hang, Photo editor

143. Chris Harcum, News Assistant

144. Amy Harmon, National Correspondent

145. John Harney, Society News

146. Rob Harris, Staff Video Journalist

147. Shayla Harris, Video Journalist

148. Anemona Hartocollis, Metro Reporter

149. Christine Haughney, Metro Reporter

150. Todd Heisler, Staff Photographer

151. Karin Henry, Staff Editor

152. Caroline Rand Herron, Retired Staff Editor

153. David Herszenhorn, Foreign Correspondent

154. Dennis Hevesi, Reporter

155. Jan Hoffman, Reporter

156. Laura Holson, Writer

157. Boun Homratsamy, Advertising

158. Rodrigo Honeywell, Art Director

159. Hilary Howard, Editorial Assistant

160. John Hyland, Editor

161. Andrew Jacobs, Reporter

162. Paul Jean, Art Director

163. Jennifer Jenkins, Web Producer

164. Alissa Johannsen-Rubin, Foreign Correspondent

165. Gabe Johnson, Reporter, Video

166. Kirk Johnson, National Correspondent

167. Monica Johnson, Advertising Account Manager

168. Wayne Kamidoi, Art Director

169. Andrea Kannapell, Web Editor, Foreign Desk

170. Leslie Kaufman, Reporter

171. Randy Kennedy, Culture Reporter

172. Brian Kennedy

173. Ned Kilkelly, Staff Editor

174. Sonny Kleinfield, Reporter

175. David Kocieniewski, Business Reporter

176. Michael Kolomatsky, Web Producer

177. Niko Koppel, Photo Editor

178. Allan Kozinn, Music Critic

179. Sara Krulwich, Photographer

180. Nicholas Kulish, Foreign correspondent

181. John Kurdewan, Art Production

182. Joyce Laskowski, Staff Editor

183. Becky Lebowitz, Photo Editor

184. Chris Lee, News Assistant

185. Linda Lee, Retired editor, House & Home

186. Deborah Leiderman, Editor

187. Anne Leigh, Art Director

188. John Leland, Reporter

189. Michael Leone, Staff artist

190. Cheryl Levenbrown, Staff Editor

191. Rita Levine, News Assistant

192. Tamar Lewin, Domestic Correspondent

193. Michael Lewis, Staff Editor

194. Thomas Lin, Senior Producer, Science

195. Steve Lohr, Reporter

196. Elias Lopez, Staff Editor

197. Elaine Louie, News Assistant

198. Meghan Louttit, Multimedia Producer

199. Michael Luo, Reporter

200. Jim Luttrell, Senior web producer

201. Toby Lyles, News Researcher

202. Janet MacDougall, Former Designer

203. Neil MacFarquhar, United Nations correspondent

204. Anne Mancuso, News Assistant

205. John Markoff, Senior Writer

206. Bill Marsh, Graphics Editor

207. Andrew Martin, Reporter

208. Jennifer Mascia, Editorial Assistant

209. Mindy Matthews, Copy Editor

210. Micheline Maynard, Former Detroit Bureau Chief

211. Kristie McClain, Editor

212. Carmel McCoubrey, Staff Editor

213. Brent McDonald, Video Journalist

214. Jennifer McDonald, Book Review

215. Patrick McGeehan, Reporter, Metro

216. James McKinley, Reporter

217. Alan McLean, Graphics Editor

218. Donald G McNeil Jr, Reporter Science News

219. Jennifer Medina, Reporter

220. Jigar Mehta, Video Producer

221. Aviva Michaelov, Art Director

222. Lia Miller, Research Editor

223. Andrea Mohin, Staff Photographer

224. Steve Moore, Security

225. Chris Morales, Copy Clerk

226. Peter Morance, Art Director

227. Dolores Morrison, Photo Editor

228. Julia Moskin, Reporter

229. Michael Moss, Investigative Reporter

230. Jad Mouawad, Reporter

231. Ozier Muhammad, Staff Photographer

232. Art Mulford, Retired - Former Unit Chair

233. Ronnie Munder, Ret./ADV. ACC’T. MGR.

234. Peg Murphy, Advertising

235. Patrick Murphy, Former Editor, Online Services, NYT Magazine Group

236. Howell Murray, Staff Editor

237. Steven Lee Myers, Diplomatic Correspondent, Washington

238. Corinne Myller, Art Director

239. Eric Nagourney, Staff Editor

240. Anthony Napoli, Customer Service Representative

241. John Napoli, Customer Service

242. Mireya Navarro, Environment reporter

243. William Neuman, Reporter

244. Andy Newman, City Room Bureau Chief

245. William Niederkorn, Retiree

246. Paul Nielsen, Retired

247. Rachel Nolan

248. Fred Norgaard, Art Director

249. Adam Nossiter, Foreign Correspondent

250. Stu Nudelman, Distributor

251. Frank O’Connell, Editor

252. Joan O’Neill, Editor

253. Erik Olsen, Video Producer

254. Nori Onishi, Foreign correspondent

255. Matthew Orr, Video Journalist

256. Sharon Otterman, Reporter

257. Dennis Overbye, Science Correspondent

258. Mark Pargas, Editor

259. James Pearson, Art Production

260. Richard Perez-Pena, Reporter

261. Natasha Perkel, Artist

262. Richard Perry, Photographer

263. Jeremy Peters, Reporter

264. Christopher Phillips, Staff Editor

265. Erik Piepenburg, Senior Producer

266. Arthur Pincus, Former Deputy Sports Editor

267. Joe Plambeck, Staff Editor

268. Anick Pleven, Magazine Production editor

269. Robin Pogrebin, Reporter

270. Lydia Polgreen, Foreign Correspondent

271. Michael Pollak, Editor

272. Eduardo Porter, Reporter

273. Justin Porter, News Assistant

274. Glen Porter, Publisher NYT Regional

275. Michael Powell, Reporter

276. Missy Prebula, Foreign/National desk

277. Julia Preston, National Correspondent

278. Rosalie Radomsky, News Assistant/Writer

279. Eleanor Randolph, Editorial board

280. William Rashbaum, Reporter

281. Claiborne Ray, Deputy obituary editor (retired)

282. Lisanne Renner, Staff Editor

283. Aaron Retica, Staff Editor

284. Motoko Rich, Reporter

285. Clay Risen, Staff Editor

286. Liz Robbins, Reporter

287. Sam Roberts, Reporter

288. Campbell Robertson, National correspondent

289. Trina Robinson, Production Editor

290. Robert Roday, Former Sr. Network Engineer

291. T Rogers, Superintendant

292. Larry Rohter, Culture reporter and former Foreign Correspondent

293. Librado Romero, Staff Photographer

294. Simon Romero, Foreign Correspondent

295. Michael Roston, Producer

296. Jeffrey Roth, Picture desk

297. Alton Rourk, Culture News Assistant

298. Emily Rueb, Senior Producer

299. Eric Russ, Photo Editor

300. Karl Russell, Graphics Editor

301. Stephanie Russell, News Assistant

302. Jim Rutenberg, Political Correspondent

303. Angela Rutherford, Design Manager

304. Justin Sablich, Senior Producer

305. Kevin Sack, Reporter

306. Rachel Saltz, Staff Editor

307. Merrill Saltzman, Retiree

308. Richard Sandomir, Reporter

309. Marc Santora, Reporter

310. Fernanda Santos, Reporter

311. Susan Saulny, National Reporter

312. Cornelius Schmid, Photo Editor

313. Eric Schmitt, Washington correspondent

314. Arlene Schneider, Staff Ediitor

315. Douglas Schorzman, Assistant Foreign Editor

316. Katherine Schulten, Senior Producer

317. John Schwartz, National Correspondent

318. Elaine Sciolino, Foreign Correspondent, Paris Bureau

319. Mosi Secret, Reporter

320. Lew Serviss, Editor

321. Desiree Shoe, Web Producer

322. Vijai Singh, TV/Video

323. Daniel Slotnik, News Assistant

324. Roberta Smith, Co-chief art critic

325. Carl Sommers, Staff Editor

326. Sandra Stevenson, Photo Editor

327. Sheryl Stolberg, Washington correspondent

328. Darrell Stout, Communication Sales Consultant

329. Peter Szekely, Guild Secretary-Treasurer

330. Hiroko Tabuchi, Tokyo Correspondent

331. John Tagliabue, Retiree

332. Nadia Taha, Web Producer

333. Chris Tatti

334. Sabrina Tavernise, National Correspondent

335. Teresa Taylor, Telesales Rep

336. Oriana Tejada, Telesales Rep

337. Ginger Thompson, Reporter

338. Beau Tidwell, Pagination

339. Judy Tong, Web Producer

340. Vivian Toy, Reporter

341. M. Amedeo Tumolillo, Producer

342. Don Van Natta, Former National Correspondent

343. George Vecsey, Retired

344. Helen Verongos, Staff Editor

345. Victoria Vila, Former Staff Editor at the Times

346. Mitch Vinicor, Staff Editor

347. Paul Vitello, Reporter

348. Carol Vogel, Culture Reporter

349. Joyce Wadler, Reporter

350. Daniel Wakin, Reporter

351. Matthew Wald, Reporter

352. Savannah Walker, Editor

353. Mary Walsh, Reporter, Business

354. Joe Ward, Graphics Editor

355. Nancy Wartik, Community Moderator

356. Ruby Washington, Staff Photographer

357. Bruce Weber, Reporter

358. Emily Weiner, Graphics Editor, Retired

359. Emily Weinstein, Producer

360. Ben Weiser, Reporter

361. Sarah Wheaton, Mobile Politics Editor

362. LeAnn Wilcox, Society News

363. Timothy Williams, Reporter

364. Damon Winter, Staff Photographer

365. Alex Witchel, Staff Writer, Magazine

366. Edward Wong, Foreign Correspondent, Beijing

367. John Woods, Staff Editor

368. Robert Worth, Reporter

369. Milton Wrigley, Security Officer

370. Lee Yarosh, Art Director

371. Marilynn K. Yee, Staff Photographer

372. Roberta Zeff, Staff Editor

373. Flora Zhang, Web Producer

39 posted on 12/28/2011 9:00:32 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: miss marmelstein

I was watching the Food Network the other day and there was some gal with a British accent on. She said (something like) Add one cup of flour and 10 grams of oil. Mixing the two systems together in the same breath.

40 posted on 12/28/2011 9:01:32 AM PST by DManA
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To: Nachum

HMMM..... The presstitutes are disgruntled with the madam. What’s worse, the Old Gray Whore is shown to be syphilitic.

41 posted on 12/28/2011 9:01:48 AM PST by bert (K.E. N.P. +12 ..... Crucifixion is coming)
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To: Nachum

All the news that’s fit for room temperature.

Calor ambiens tyrannis.

42 posted on 12/28/2011 9:02:41 AM PST by dagogo redux (A whiff of primitive spirits in the air, harbingers of an impending descent into the feral.)
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To: Nachum

Let them all eat from dumpsters.

I look forward to seeing the same destruction of FOX news.

43 posted on 12/28/2011 9:03:13 AM PST by Gator113 (~Just livin' life, my way~.. Newt/Palin-West-2012."got a lot swirling around in my head.")
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To: Harley

The first thing Carlos Slim is going to do is convert 50% of the editorial NYT product to the Huffington Post model of using slave labor.

The cost savings will be used to fund the NYT outstanding pension obligations.

44 posted on 12/28/2011 9:05:27 AM PST by jimbo123
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To: Nachum

The staff at the NYTimes are all life-long committed leftists.

They thnk that there’s money somewhere so that they can all be paid even though no one wants to pay to read their drivel.

Hope they all end up unemployed and their pensions lost to the NYTimes’ bankruptcy.

45 posted on 12/28/2011 9:07:06 AM PST by <1/1,000,000th%
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To: E.K. Crossbow

May they all kill each other!

Have some compassion -

Donate to the "Guns and Cutlasses For NY Times Mutineers" fund today.

46 posted on 12/28/2011 9:08:16 AM PST by Iron Munro ("Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight he'll just kill you." John Steinbeck)
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To: jimbo123
We have an interesting thing going on in the Pittsburgh region. The Post-Gazette which owned the town for years has been hemorrhaging subscribers to such an extent that it is now trying to virtually give away the print edition and charge for premium on-line content with little success. Last year, it was forced to sell the naming rights for a large concert venue to an out of town bank moving into the Pittsburgh region which it had owned since its inception.

Meanwhile, its once minor suburban counterpart, the Tribune-Review has moved in from the suburbs to scoop up subscribers, a television station, several radio stations and acquire and/or create other regional newspapers and specialty publications. Its on-line content is free and, what's more, it is actually making money to support this expansion.

What's the key difference in the business models between the Tribune-Review and the Post Gazette?

Well, I can't say for sure. But the Tribune-Review does actual reporting even if it sometimes drifts into crazy Pat Buchanan/Ron Paul worldviews on some of its editorial positions. The Post-Gazette, OTOH, faithfully serves up your usual liberal pablum. They cannot seem to figure out if there is any connection.

47 posted on 12/28/2011 9:14:24 AM PST by Vigilanteman (Obama: Fake black man. Fake Messiah. Fake American. How many fakes can you fit in one Zer0?)
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To: Nachum
Expressing profound dismay at the direction the paper is heading?

Dear Emperor Hirohito: I am at the controls of a modified Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa (Type 1 Fighter) with a pair of BOMBS attached to my wings. I am drawing all kinds of enemy flak as I approach American ships. Can you please get me out of this? Sincerely yours, Flying Low in Nakajima
48 posted on 12/28/2011 9:15:18 AM PST by righttackle44 (I may not be much, but I raised a United States Marine)
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To: Nachum

Awesome!! Schadenfreude BUMP!

I hope all of those “staffers” lose their jobs, their homes, their life savings, and their families. For the damage they and their Democrat newsroom have done to America over the past several decades they deserve nothing less. The ironic part about all this is that the New York Times’ impending death is a slow, excruciating death, much like the state-sanctioned starvation murder of Terri Schiavo that the liberals enjoyed so much.

49 posted on 12/28/2011 9:16:30 AM PST by Lancey Howard
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To: Keith in Iowa

“A suggestion for the Slimes... try reporting NEWS without a slant for a change. You’d be surprised at the money you’ll make doing that.”

Please don’t give Pinch any good ideas. this turd is taking it’s final turns around the bowl and we don’t want anything to slow the death spiral. Besides, it will be fun to watch Pinch’s relatives (you know all the worthless trust fund kids who haven’t worked a day in their lives) hang him in the public square for pi$$ing away their “inheritances!” As for the angst of the Slimes employees, ask me if I give a rats’ a$$; they’ve sold out their country to Marxism!

50 posted on 12/28/2011 9:16:37 AM PST by vette6387 (Enough Already!)
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