And you wouldn't dare insult me, sir,
If Jack were only here.
Well, of course. Providing lower utility => charge a lower price.
The Journal has been cheaper than The Times for many years now, I am pretty sure. I don't think I qualified for any special pricing last year, but my subscription to The Journal was about $225, whereas a year-long subscription to The Times would cost almost $1000.
how is times going to make people pay for what's been free and what you can get free written by other people -- washpost, mcclatchey, latimes? seems i recall years ago NYTimes wanted to be paid, and then i paid, but the deal dissolved. so little time to read all -- NYtimes is going to give way.
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