Dos de Mayo--Seis de Mayo

BTdingbat3.gifYour humble coëditor, Geoff Wolinetz, will hold your hand as you cross the week.
"Incoming! May 2, 1955," a La Mesa Negra.


Frankly, Mr. Stingley

Good sir, all electronic mail bearing your address bounces back whence it came. Prithee fix it.

Exceedingly Cagey and Awfully Precocious

This month (um, circa) the Y.P.R. Book Club solicits your clever tricks satirizing or inspired by Jonathan Safran Foer's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, whether you've read the book or not.

Foer This!

Please point your ingenuity this-a-way:
hasselhoff@yankeepotroast.org.

Recycled but relevant: "Everything is Translated."

& Recently . . .

As Reviewed by Ben Brantley by Mick Stingley

Blog Never Written by Mommy Who Had Baby in the Days Before Blogs by Gail Konop Baker

Dear Abba by Jonathan Shipley

A.I. Wanna Rock and Roll All Nite by Daniel Nester

If the Republicans Were Making GEICO Commercials by Will Layman

Airbag Warnings by Angela Genusa

Polish Fact

Zloty Exchange Rate:
(04/2004)

1 USD = 3.95 PLN
1 Euro = 4.67 PLN

Learn a Foreign Tongue!

Habla Español!
Los talentos de Andy Richter se pierden totalmente en "Quintuplets."
Andy Richter's talents are completely wasted on "Quintuplets."

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Tuesday, May 2, 2000   |    Letter from the Editors

The New York Post-Times

Mr. Panopticist poynted toward an article exploring the pandemic tabloidization (or de-broadsheetification) of newspapers, illustrated by a fanciful tabloidic mockup of The New York Times.

Luckily, Y.P.R. subscribes to home delivery of the Bizarro World Sunday papers, where The Times is Postified and The Post is Timesized. Whatever, it all ends up Sploided in the end.

Behold! May Day, 2005's newspaper mashup. Take Kaopectate as needed.


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