I'd pay Frank to shoot pit bulls. I know he likes shooting dogs, and it's a new source of revenue.
Frank, you know where to reach me.
I'll bet they could make a up the difference in no time if they started running ads from escort services and massage parlors.
Print revenue is down. So are sales of VCRs. Online revenue (while still a small portion of the business) is growing rapidly.
All newspapers are going down in revenue. this isn't an exclusive to The Seattle Times. At least they are being proactive.
Oh my God, that's so funny.
It's not really a scoop. Employees knew about this earlier. And it's not just dailies. The Stranger box outside my building has lots of copies spilling out of the box and onto the sidewalk because there are no takers.
This is what you get when you post a neoconservative rag in a liberal town.
The market ain't interested.
Capitalism owes no one a free ride, least of all the Blethens or their comrade GWB.
What, are you waiting for more comments? This story was boring yesterday, and it's boring today.
I'm glad you bumped this up so that I could read it twice. It's like they need 12 million now.
@8, naw, he's just got to take the obligatory daily shot at the Times, and this was the best he could manage today.
i dropped the Times for the PI a year ago, and i'm about to drop the PI because it sucks just as bad.
i'd miss the mayhem reporting, though.
Reposted because...? Oh, I get it now: Josh figures, "Hey they'll be so desperate to get someone in there who will work for $30K a year that they'll actually consider hiring me! Big time, here I come!"
See, Josh actually buys this myth that America still has a middle class, that's his prob, @12.
It's easier to read the comics page and the classified ads in a real newspaper.
It's nicer to not have to take the online version down to the recycling bin, though.
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