"This city [New Orleans] is famous for its gamblers, prostitutes, exhibitionists, Antichrists, alcoholics, sodomites, drug addicts, fetishists, onanists, pornographers, frauds, jades, litterbugs, and lesbians, all…
I love Generationals. Galactic would be interesting, too.
Sorry. Typo. Fixed.
Mark - you're right that the tab will be available electronically for subscribers. Your company has said that; I've reported that. I'm addressing subscriber delivery of the print product here -- papers in driveways, on porches -- not electronic delivery for the laptop, desktop or tablet.
I'm glad you're happy with the decision. I've spoken to many of your colleagues who are not, and who didn't see the decision as "fighting back."
TP Street may be a fine product; it's certainly being produced by some fine people in an unfortunate situation not of their making. I hope it succeeds. I'd like New Orleans to have one, two, 10 great daily papers.
We'll have to disagree on some of this, but I owe you a beer, and more important, a conversation.
@JO - The names of the other victims have not yet been released by the New Orleans Police Department. We just came from a press conference at NOPD headquarters, and the police are still working the case.
We released Deborah's name only after confirming it and after rumors were rampant in social media. We have not, and will not, be sharing details of her condition beyond what is provided by the hospital, her family, or Deb herself.
By the way: Since the poll was posted, the two major bills both were scuttled. We'll keep the poll going as a hypothetical.
I had a drink there last night and it was already packed, even though the official grand opening isn't until May 15. The space looks great.
Beer aficionados might want to know that 5 of the 6 taps were south Louisiana or Mississippi brews.
Hey @goodjoog - This was supposed to have a Spotify playlist when it went up! Thanks for pointing out that it didn't. Fixed now.
All Comments »
Powered by Foundation