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Sunday’s NYT: The Drive-by Edition

Liza.jpgThis should be interesting.

This is unbelievable, terrible, and disturbing, truly.

Raise your hand if you’re surprised by this: “When Donna Campiglia learned recently that a genetic test might be able to determine which sports suit the talents of her 2 1/2 year-old son, Noah, she instantly said, Where can I get it and how much does it cost?

Can this possibly be a surprise to anyone?

Publishing is over…again. Good stories, not so much.

Arguably these are three of the most powerful people on earth.

Maybe the only sort of mathematical equation that makes sense to us. Also, from time to time the City Section is a beautiful thing.

Could there be a better metaphor for what has lead to this financial crisis?

Mumbai in review.

We are our own big brother.

You Can Come and Go. They’re Staying Awhile.

“So What!” The worse the news gets the more we enjoy the Style Section.

Slowly but surely the Real Estate section succumbs to the weight of reality.

Of course if they ran stories like this every week we would quit our complaining immediately!

She’s had us since her cameo in The Muppets Take Manhattan.

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