Jan

13

The new New York Times glowers on 8th Avenue,

chill end of '07, since they moved last

month from their musky centenarian

digs on dingy W. 43rd, infamous

for streetworn lunch-pails and the deadcold

coffee styros of restive strikers.

Betimes, as you grind uptown nightly,

there it squats, the balky Times upright in its im-

posing blackish-pewter cladding, a hulk-

ing virtual vegetable scraper

Pushy on its erratic, dit-dah horizontal

haunches, dispersing its jotted tremble-lights

for all the world, so mind-fill-

streaky:

Mostly, however, it glowers

like a stiff-backed,

pissed-off

peppermill.


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