Saturday, September 29, 2012

The Times embraces (not quite) the Culture of Cheating concept

The New York Times is edging closer to acknowledging the Culture of Cheating, though I don't think they'll ever get there.

From today's New York Times, For Brooklyn’s New Arena, Day 1 Brings Hip-Hop Fans and Protests:
Yet none of the other buildings have risen, and many concerns persist about them and the levers used along the way by Mr. Ratner and his Forest City Ratner Companies.
From the Sept. 27 New York Times, Nets Helped Clear Path for Builder in Brooklyn:
His willingness to change plans — abandoning an expensive Frank Gehry design and building a smaller railyard — solidified his reputation for promising anything to get a deal, only to renegotiate relentlessly for more favorable terms.

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