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I suspect that Lacey considers this column "investigative journalism." New Times should consider a new marketing strategy. Perhaps it can be marketed alongside National Enquirer and the Star at supermarket check-outs since its content certainly complements the "investigative reporting" of those fine periodicals (such as the dogged pursuit and investigation of numerous Elvis sightings and revealing that world leaders are conferring with aliens). Lacey's column has proven, however, that the principles of a free-market economy are still applicable--New Times is certainly worth every penny one pays for it.
Thomas J. Salerno
Editor's note: Take a deep breath, Mr. Salerno. Envision yourself on a Tahitian beach. Now repeat after us: New Times believes Donald Gaffney is a good lawyer. That's it. Again: New Times believes...