This is pretty damn funny
In New York, Scrappy Local Newspaper Struggles For Survival
By David Burge
June 13, 2003
New York, N.Y. - Like the corpses that lazily bob along in the nearby East River, life obeys its own pace in this isolated island community of 8 million in southern New York State.
It is an ancient pace, its cadence dictated by the steady whirr and click-a-clack of word processors, plied by the gnarled hands of skilled opinion craftsmen who once supplied nearly eighty percent of the world's refined punditry output.
It would be even funnier in the right font, but, you know, those who can't write criticize and all that.