“Here is a list of popular endings to New York Times pieces. It’s totally free.” A few of my favorites… (via)
- The apartment is really that small, and people really do live there, but somehow it just works for them.
- The old restaurant/bar is unaffected by changes to its neighborhood.
- Though restaurant’s use of sustainable ingredients attracts a young, creative clientele, buttoned-up, more conservative patrons will also enjoy the food.
- The neighborhood’s recent gentrification has not always been a smooth cultural and economic transition for longtime residents.
- The situation in that country you’ve been hearing about is even worse than you thought.
- It’s not worth it to spend 36 hours in a place to which roundtrip airfare is $2,500.
- Maureen Dowd disapproves.