Wednesday, March 09, 2005

Schrecklich Schwein

The Jets' owner Woody Johnson just cropped up on NY1 calling New York City "a nasty place to do business". We imagine here that by "business" Mr. Johnson means "shaking down municipal authorities for below-market real estate prices by convincing them that my building is an essential public work". Which is certainly different to the other business in the City, which consists of using markets to buy and sell things.

Pat Kiernan just informed us he's got a cameo in the new movie set at the UN, the Interpreter. Anyway, damned if this is turning into a liveblog, and a low-impact day job session beckons.


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