The New York Times is publicizing the fact that they've exceeded their goal of getting 100,000 ... fans on Facebook.
Considering the facts laid out here regarding the company's stock price and circulation, lauding the fact that you got people to push a button on Facebook seems a little like praising the lounge act on the Titanic.
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Your periodic reminder that Sheldon Whitehouse is a conspiracy theorist unable to interpret any events except through the lens of hidden puppet masters. https://twitter.com/SenWhitehouse/status/1639697924467597313
When you look at this “woke ESG” Republican nonsense, think of a stage production with a script, paid actors, and big investors behind the show.
And look to the fossil fuel industry as scriptwriter, director and funder. It’s a fake. Wake up.
Why do these leftists not want young people to learn about the Holocaust?
Not sure you're helping your argument
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The 100M world record for women, set by Florence Griffith-Joyner, is 10.49 seconds.
The HIGH SCHOOL boy's record is under 10 seconds.
The evidence is rather overwhelming. https://twitter.com/NPR/status/1639375297970855937
The international governing body for track and field will ban trans women athletes from elite women's competitions, citing a priority for fairness over inclusion despite limited scientific evidence of physical advantage.
BREAKING: Lauren Boebert just attacked the ATF rule banning pistol braces. She said the ban is “extremely dangerous” because “it’s causing millions of boating accidents nation wide.”
She really is that stupid. Pistol braces allow people to turn pistols into short-barreled… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1638670975305764865
[...] campaign almost universally praised the effort, though Matthew Hoy of the San Diego Union-Tribune likened the Times’ Facebook presence to “the lounge act on the Titanic.” Gaylor said he was hoping to extend the [...]
[...] potential cash flow squeeze.” Rumor has it that the Times first tried to get a loan using its Facebook fans as collateral, but the banks wanted something with more intrinsic [...]