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Saturday, September 6, 2014

Papers, Papers, Come and Get Your Papers (Either on T or M Level)

Perhaps the New York Times is giving away their newspapers, or perhaps this is just a new delivery method, or perhaps "whatever," but the Times is now being dumped on the M or T levels, and today, not even in the hallway, but outside. Pictured is the weekend edition which still needs the Sunday news of the day, so perhaps tomorrow someone will come around to work that into the weekend edition and deliver appropriately to each resident who orders the Times. Perhaps. I know if I were a subscriber and if one of those papers were mine, I'd be furious. Another example of luxury living at its finest.

UPDATE 9/7/14

NY Times subscribers have to rummage through the papers to find their own:

This can't be approved by CWCapital. Newspapers are not supposed to be dumped like this in front of the building door. Another instance of "project living."


Anonymous said...

Not sure if this is a NY Times or a CWC issue? Anyway, those who subscribe for the hard copy for their “Home Delivery” rates should be calling the NY Times ASAP and find out what is going down. So much for a holiday gratuity to the grunt delivery guys, who I believe are not at fault here.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

Everyone who subscribes and has to pick up their paper on the T or M level--and shuffle through the other papers there to find their own--should definitely be calling.

Anonymous said...

The USPS is back to dumping packages in the lobby on some days.