Friday, December 11, 2015


When we decided to suspend our publication in 2012, we thought we had left you in reasonably good shape.  Three years later, it is clear that, having made a hash of everything at home and abroad, you are once more in desperate straits.  Thus we have returned, with our crack team of editors and reporters but in a new format that, not to put too fine a point on it, requires even less work than before. 

As a result of the new format we were able to flog off our magnificent headquarters and printing plant and are now subleasing space in a former Ames Department Store in Old Sludgebury, Mass., but hey if it's good enough for the Washington Post and the Boston Globe, it's good enough for us.  Unlike the current owner of the Post, we have provided fully functional windows for our staff in an effort to reduce the incidence of summer heatstroke.

-- The Editors

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