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People will pay through the nose for 200 channels of high definition flatulence but won't give up a dime to stay reasonably informed about the world around them. Then fuck them. The NY Times and any other source with a decent product should have started charging a long time ago.
But executives of The New York Times Company said they could not yet answer fundamental questions about the plan, like how much it would cost or what the limit would be on free reading
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