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20 October 2019


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I like that saying.

When I taught research writing, one of the sources that students could check for what was being said in regard to issues in the past (since many students picked topics that required they find contemporary news reports in regard to their issues) was the NYT. Almost every research library has copies of that rag from its beginning.

As far as I could tell, the NYT has always been worthless for anything but lining birdcages or wrapping fresh fish.

Maybe if those birds and the fish get their way, the NYT will finally die away, as it should have long ago.

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