That, ladies and gentlemen, was The Subway Issue. Thanks for riding along with us these past three weeks. With the cost of printing an actual issue so astronomically impractical, we’re glad to see that it can work online, perhaps even better than in print. We get to gradually put things together, you get to gradually read them and the commenters get to gradually pick it apart. It’s also a good thing we didn’t have to print an actual issue, because right now we’d probably be out quite a bit of money. For all the support we’ve received this month, it would seem that the Internet still doesn’t want to shine the full power of its traffic rays on us just yet.
Our next stop will be, The Endangered Issue. Because in a city that changes so fast, something is always on the verge of extinction. By late October you can expect an in-depth look at the tenuous states of everything from our kittens to our neighborhoods to ourselves.
Providing this puts us back on track, we’d like to hear what you think the next issue should be:
The Snow Issue
A hard-hitting look at where it comes from, who it thinks it is and why it’s so damn appealing to piss on.
The Shopping Issue
More than just a glorified holiday catalog, this issue would bring you the nasty truths about what happens in our stores and our Santa chairs.
The Swoboda Issue
A chronicle of our efforts to travel around the city and ask for donations to the Swoboda Fund, an organization dedicated to getting Jeff Swoboda back to New York. We do know the mayor after all…
The Alliteration Issue
In which we examine Cole’s sudden tendency to alliterate issue titles.
Send your votes and any other ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!