And attention was plural

I was never happier that I had chosen a trek to the New Amsterdam Market over finishing the Sunday Times than when I started spotting the scorn online for that monster whine about the Park Slope co-op. I remember Panchito’s successor once saying the place made his fingers twitch, so maybe it’s no coincidence the hardy perennial was trotted out yet again now that he wields real power. But it’s no wonder circulation is dropping precipitously when the paper chooses to run that megaturd at a time when more people than ever are on food stamps and food pantries are hurting big time. The editors must believe the advertising and think all readers can afford mother-daughter coats at $1,350 and $665. Don’t they realize no one cares if a privileged twit can’t spare a little time?